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| Name (Kana)      = 美奈子のライバル、黒木ミオが転校生?
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| Name (Romanji)    = Minako no RAIBARU, Kuroki Mio ga Tenkousei?
 
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| Name (Translated) = Act 29 - Minako's Rival, Mio Kuroki, is a Transfer Student?
 
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| Writer            = [[Yasuko Kobayashi]]
 
| Air Date          = May 1, 2004
 
| Air Date          = May 1, 2004
 
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[[Category:Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Episode]]
 
[[Category:Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Episode]]

Revision as of 11:45, 17 October 2006

Summary

PGSM Episode

Name (kanji/kana): 美奈子のライバル、黒木ミオが転校生?
Name (romaji): Minako no RAIBARU, Kuroki Mio ga Tenkousei?
Name (translated): Act 29 - Minako's Rival, Mio Kuroki, is a Transfer Student?
Episode Number: 29
Director:
Writer: Yasuko Kobayashi
Air Date: May 1, 2004
Previous Episode: Act 28 - Welcome Back, Ami!
Next Episode: Act 30 - Mio Deceives Usagi

Episode Trivia

  • A song by Queen is used in this episode, reflecting the foreign band's popularity in Japan at the time due to a popular TV drama using one of their songs as its theme song.

Cast

References

Previous episode:
28
Season
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon
Next episode:
30