EyeShield 21

The Imprisoned Black Panther

Season 1, Ep 25, Aired 9/21/05
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  • Episode Description
  • Eyeshield wants to compete against Panther-kun that he works overtime to get him on the field but there is a problem the coach of the NASA Aliens benches any player that doesn’t fallow his instructions or strategy and Panther-kun is one of those benched players. After the second touchdown from Eyeshield the Deimon Devil Bats are two points behind the NASA Aliens. Panther-kun begs the coach to let him into the game to stop Eyeshield and the coach ignores him. And with another shuttle pass the NASA Aliens Extend their lead once again. But again with one of Hiruma tricky strategies the Deimon Devil Bats are able to score a touchdown. Eyeshield is able to intercept a pass giving the ball back to the Devil Bats, and with the Devil Bats are able to score another touchdown. Panther-kun asks the coach again if he can play in the games but this time the whole team is behind Panther-kun and the coach finally allows Panther-kun into the game. Now Eyeshield faces off against Panther-kun.moreless

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Notes (1)

    • Panther is finally put in the game.

    Trivia (1)

    • American Football Clinic Trivia Q & A of the episode: Q: What kind of technique is a bump? A: It's a technique to disrupt the reciever and prevent him from catching the pass. YA-HA!

    Allusions (2)

    • The Little Gonzales brother has a tattoo that says "shouben." He derives it from the "ben-" in "benri," which means "useful," and "shou," which means "small." He thinks that combining these two characters will mean "Big Help." In reality, "shouben" is Japanese for "urine or poop."

    • The Big Gonzales brother has a tattoo that says "daiben." He derives it from the "ben" in "benri," which means "useful," and "dai," which means "big." He thinks that combining these two characters means "Big Useful," when in fact, "daiben" is Japanese for "feces."

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