An egotistical actor who tries to force large-breasted women to marry him even if it means resorting to criminal abduction. But enough about Kroze, this episode revolves around the infamous martial artist Jean-Claude Magnum (who really should have been called Jean-Claude Van Darn) and his duel with somebody who has never won an on-screen card game in her entire career. Also, you and me? We're done professionally.
After seeing Jean-Claude's deck, Yami asks "Why is everyone in this guy's deck a f*****g ninja?", a reference to the pilot episode of LittleKuriboh's side-project, Naruto: The Abridged Comedy Fandub Spoof Series Show. Naruto's appearance at the end of the episode is an inverted reference.
On a side note, this phrase has also cameoed in Linkara's review of Bimbos in Time #1, instead saying "Why is everybody in this show a f**king Bimbo?!"
The text overlay that states "This is what Jean-Claude Magnum actually believes" is a reference to a similar text overlay of "This is what Scientologists actually believe" in the South Park episode Trapped in the Closet. Jean Claude later references Ron Hubbard, who was the founder of Scientology. Xenu, a figure of the religion's belief, is also mentioned. Jean-Claude mentions famous Scientologists Issac Hayes, Jason Lee, and Rufus the naked mole rat (voiced by Nancy Cartwright, who is a scientologist).