Beyblade

Darkness at the End of the Tunnel...

Season 1, Ep 32, Aired 10/20/02
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  • Episode Description
  • The Dark Bladers try once again to steal the Bladebreakers bitbeasts and turn them evil in a subway tunnel. Will they succeed?

  • Cast & Crew
  • Daniel DeSanto

    Ray

  • Gage Knox

    Max

  • Marlowe Gardiner-Heslin

    Tyson

  • David Reale

    Kai

  • Alex Hood

    Kenny

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (7)

    • Saguinex: (To Bladebreakers) A deal made in darkness is always a dangerous proposition.

    • Saguinex: We have chosen the tall one as your challenger. Kai: Not me. Saguinex: Afraid? Kai: I'm not afraid of you sideshow freaks. Cenotaph: So foolish. Your little friend is counting on you to save him. Kai: Yeah, sure, whatever. Enjoy your home-cooked Kenny-burgers.

    • Kenny: Dizzi! Dizzi: Who me? Uh, Dizzi's not here right now. Kenny: Come on, Dizzi! Dizzi: Uh, I'm sorry, you must have the wrong mainframe.

    • Max: (About the vampire movie) Oh, look, it's all so fake! Dizzi: What gave it away - the plastic fangs? Tyson: And the ketchup blood.

    • Tyson: Yo! Is that our ultra-modern super train? Kenny: Yup! Three hundred klicks an hour, it's mega-quiet. Hey, you even get a free breakfast. Tyson: Yeah, all right! You all know how much I like breakfast! Max: Or any other meal.

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    Notes (4)

    • Kenny says the ride is only 20 minutes while traveling 300 km/h. The train that travels the Chunnel at 300 km/h takes nearly 2 hours to go from London to Paris.

    • The depiction of the train station is surprisingly accurate. The 400 meter glass canopy is the most impressive feature of Waterloo International station, the current London terminus for Eurostar trains to Belgium and France.

    • Character Debut(s): Saguinex, Lupinex, & Zomb - Members of the Dark Bladers.

    • Lupinex's name comes from "lupin," another name for werewolf (like his bit beast).

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