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* The songs that [[Michiru Kaiou|Michiru]] played on her violin at the beginning of the episode were "Liebesleid" and "Liebesfreud" by [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fritz_Kreisler Fritz Kreisler].
 
* The songs that [[Michiru Kaiou|Michiru]] played on her violin at the beginning of the episode were "Liebesleid" and "Liebesfreud" by [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fritz_Kreisler Fritz Kreisler].
  
# The song the targeted violin player played in concert on his violin was Minuetto by Luigi Boccherini.
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* The song the targeted violin player played in concert on his violin was Minuetto by Luigi Boccherini.
  
 
* In the group shot of [[Sailor Moon]] and the [[Inner Senshi]] as they faced off against [[Octave]], Sailor Moon's [[odango]] covers were missing.
 
* In the group shot of [[Sailor Moon]] and the [[Inner Senshi]] as they faced off against [[Octave]], Sailor Moon's [[odango]] covers were missing.

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Episode Data
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Usagi seeks help from Michiru
Original Episode
Name (Kanji/kana): うさぎの憧れ! 優美な天才みちる
Name (Romaji): Usagi no Akogare! Yuubi na Tensai Michiru
Name (Translated): Usagi's Idol! The Graceful Genius Michiru
Name (Viz Dub): Usagi’s Idol: The Graceful Genius Michiru
Episode Number: 93
Director: Hiroki Shibata
Writer: Megumi Sugihara
Animation Director: Taichi Nakamura
Air Date: April 23, 1994
Previous Episode: A Beautiful Boy? The Secret of Haruka Tenou
Next Episode: Protect the Pure Heart! A Three-Way Battle
English Dub Episode
Name: Bad Harmony
Number: 86
Company: Cloverway
Air Date: June 152000
Previous Episode: Driving Dangerously
Next Episode: Swept Off Her Feet

Concerned that she is not intelligent enough for the sophisticated Mamoru, Usagi seeks advice from Michiru.

Summary

Coming soon.

Episode trivia

  • The songs that Michiru played on her violin at the beginning of the episode were "Liebesleid" and "Liebesfreud" by Fritz Kreisler.
  • The song the targeted violin player played in concert on his violin was Minuetto by Luigi Boccherini.
  • In the Spanish dub, when Sailor Neptune attacked Octave, the first word of the original audio from her attack ("Deep...") could be heard before "Mares y océanos," the Spanish name of Deep Submerge.
  • The first time this episode aired in the Italian dub, Sailor Neptune called Sailor Moon by her civilian name, "Bunny." This was corrected when the episode aired again, however.

Cast

Previous episode:
92
Season
Sailor Moon S
Next episode:
94


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