Enemies? Allies? Starlights and Sailor Senshi

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Taiki invites Makoto to appear on a cooking show with him, and Usagi invites herself along, with disastrous results.


Episode Data
Sailor Moon is distracted by Sailor Chef's offering
Original Episode
Name (Kana): 敵? 味方? スターライツとS戦士
Name (Romaji): Teki? Mikata? Sutaaraitsu to Seeraa Senshi
Name (Translated): Enemies? Allies? Starlights and Sailor Senshi
Name (Dub): Friend or Foe? Star Lights and the Sailor Guardians
Episode Number: 179
Director: Yuji Endo
Writer: Genki Yoshimura
Animation Director: Minako Ito
Air Date: June 29, 1996
Previous Episode: Luna Saw it! The True Idol Yaten
Next Episode: Brightness of Calling Stars! Haruka and Michiru's Entry into Battle

Episode trivia[edit]

  • The cover of the book Taiki was reading at the beginning of the episode showed the title "die Schärfe von Vernunft" (the Sharpness of Reason).
  • The poem Taiki recited was "The Sick Rose" by William Blake. Usagi misinterpreted "Blake" as "break," and asked if he wanted to join her and Makoto for a "coffee break," because both words are pronounced "bureiku" (ブレイク) in Japanese.
  • In the German dub, Taiki did not mention the name of the poem's author, and instead said that it was black poetry. Bunny thought he meant black coffee.
  • In the German dub, Yoshi Tetsuro referred to Taiki as "Taiki Hikaru" ("hikaru" being an alternate reading of the kanji "kou" (光; light) in his given name), even though the booklet of the first DVD said his name was "Taiki Kou," and in the subtitles of the Blu-ray and second DVD, it was "Taiki Light."


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