Season 3 Episode 48

Beyblading Spirit

Aired Saturday 11:30 AM Apr 09, 2005 on YTV
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Beyblading Spirit
The fourth match between Kai and Brooklyn continues! Holding to the little faith he has left in his teammate, Tyson continues to cheer Kai on. As the battle wages on, with every move Brooklyn uses against him, Kai refuses to stay down! Brooklyn finally begins to lose composure to Kai's burning passion for Beyblade, but will the first win for G Revolutions come without a price?moreless

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  • One of the greatest and also the first episode i ever saw (from G-rev.) It's about Kai's and Brooklyns battle.

    when i first saw this episode it was in japanese. And all i can say is that i loved it... it was so full of passion and i remember how i cried in the end, when Kai was walking down the corridor and when his Dranzer blade broke. it was so much emotion in it and when you saw Tala crying in the hospital. it was almost too much for me to handle. then i saw the the american version and was clearly disapointed. i don't really understand why they changed the end. so it made me upset. But i still like this episode very much and it's really worth watching.moreless
  • Great opisode of Kai. But sadly, it was his last battle...

    Kai had tried his best and has given the bladebreakers a try at victory. The battle was intense and very nerve-wrecking, hoping if he was going to win or not. Dranzer and Kai work well together, and that\'s all that matters...

    Kai has clearly shown his best beyblading skills by defeating Brooklyn and proved he was worthy of being on the team and being captain. He has shown all his skills and power, and he has determination which shows us what he really cares about.moreless
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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Kai: Kai. That's my name. And I'm a beyblader. You might think that you are too, but you're not. You learned from the best but you forgot about a billion worth lesson, beyblading is not just about overpowering your opponent with fancy moves. That's only part of the game. There's more to it. Much more. That's why I have something you don't.

      I learned from every battle I've ever fought. Every friend, enemy and spectator has always had something to offer me. And I'm a student of this game and I always will be. Through the hards of training, competitions, the wins and losses, they all taught me something. And I'm taking this knowledge and use it to my advantage. That's why I can say that I'm a true beyblader. That's what keeps me going and that's my strength.

    • Ray: Kai won! Excellent!

  • NOTES (5)

    • Beyblade Anthem in this Episode: "Swing Low, Let It Rip"

    • Notice also that in each of Kai's final battles, he loses Dranzer at the end of the battle.

    • This is interesting. Episode 48 must be Kai's calling, because in all three seasons of Beyblade, Kai's last major battle in a season is always on episode 48. First was season 1's episode 48, "Victory in Defeat," next was VForce's episode 48, "Phoenix Falling" and now this episode.

      (Another interesting thing is in each series, Kai looses Dranzer. In the first two seasons, Dranzer is taken. In this season, the bit chip shatters after Dranzer gave the battle everything.)

    • Original Japanese Title: "This is Love...!"

    • Kai's final battle of the series.