Big O

Season 1 Episode 11

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Aired Unknown Apr 16, 2001 on Cartoon Network
8.3
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It’s almost Heaven’s Day, a day where people in love exchange gifts with one another. Dorothy wants to buy a tie for Roger, though Roger doesn’t celebrate the holiday and after he bashes the holiday and demands that nobody in his house celebrate it, Dorothy runs out. Later, Norman tells Roger that Dorothy’s birthday is on Heaven’s Day. Feeling bad, Roger goes out and gets a dress for her, despite the fact that he was reluctant to celebrate this tradition in the first place. Meanwhile, a saxophone player that Roger meets on the street is trying to get some money to get his blind girlfriend a Heaven’s Day gift. A strange passerby drops some jewelry into his saxophone case. The Paradigm Corporation soon hires Roger, as it is believed that a crazed scientist is attempting to ruin Heaven’s Day, though all of these scenarios soon tie together in an unexpected fashion!moreless

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  • Another great episode of The Big O

    9.1
    One of my favorite times of the year is Christmas, and one of the things I love to see the most is Christmas type episodes done in anime… that is if they’re done right. Fortunately, The Big O does do it right. Now, before you disagree with this review and opt to not read on thinking that this isn’t Christmas it’s Heaven’s Day, keep in mind they are quite similar.



    Not only is this episode based on one of my favorite holidays, but it also gives us character development for both Roger and Dorothy. This is the first episode in which I forgot Dorothy was an android. In this episode, she has developed more into a human.



    One of the reasons why I love this episode so much, might be it’s parallels to two of my favorite episodes of Cowboy Bebop, "Jupiter Jazz Part 1" and "Jupiter Jazz Part 2". From the jazz playing, to the snow at the end, I couldn’t help but think of Bebop, especially with Blum voicing both main leads in the two anime. Either way, this episode still sands out and is original enough to be one of my favorites of the series.moreless
Crispin Freeman

Crispin Freeman

Alan Gabriel

Lia Sargent

Lia Sargent

R. Dorothy Wayneright

Michael McConnohie

Michael McConnohie

Michael Seebach (Schwarzwald)

Peter Lurie

Peter Lurie

Major Dan Dastun

Richard Barnes

Richard Barnes

Norman Burg

Bob Buchholz

Bob Buchholz

Beck Gold

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