Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040

Season 1 Episode 9

My Nation Underground

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Aired Tuesday 8:30 PM Dec 03, 1998 on SBS One
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When reports come in of boomers disappearing around the 28th Ward, Sylia begins an investigation, sure that there must be something strange going on. But she is not the only one who is interested in the disappearances- Genom Executive Officer Brian Mason is also looking into the case. Can the Knight Sabers solve the mystery first?moreless

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    Yu Asakawa

    Yu Asakawa

    Priss Asagiri (Japanese version)

    Laura Chapman

    Laura Chapman

    Sylia Stingray

    Satsuki Yukino

    Satsuki Yukino

    Sylia Stingray (Japanese version)

    Kelly Manison

    Kelly Manison

    Linna Yamazaki

    Rio Natsuki

    Rio Natsuki

    Linna Yamazaki (Japanese version)

    Hilary Haag

    Hilary Haag

    Nene Romanova

    Randy Fox

    Randy Fox

    Sewer crew 5/Boomer

    Guest Star

    Jason Lee (V)

    Jason Lee (V)

    Sewer Crew 4

    Guest Star

    David LeMaster

    David LeMaster

    Sewer crew 3

    Guest Star

    Matt Greenfield

    Matt Greenfield

    Supervisor

    Recurring Role

    Kira Vincent-Davis

    Kira Vincent-Davis

    Additional Voices

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    Randy Fox

    Randy Fox

    Additional Voices

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (9)

      • Leon: You hanging out at a club called Hot Legs?
        Nene: I've been there once or twice.
        Leon: Oh, I think you must have been there more than once or twice, if they let you in when it's closed.
        Nene: No, I've only done that once. But how would you know about that, Leonardo?
        Leon: (blushes) Hey, don't call me that!
        Nene: Why? It is your real name and it sounds so cute, Leonardo. And why have you been following me to night clubs, Mister Stalker?
        Leon: I wasn't! I was looking for Priss!

      • Priss' lowdown on the ADP:
        Priss: I hate them because they're just another lie. They're supposed to protect the people, but the truth is, they don't give a crap about how much damage they do, or whose lives they destroy.

      • Sylia: Screw up one more time and you're out, Nene. We don't need any dead weight.

      • Nene: I just realised that you're not as tough as you pretend to be.
        Priss: You wanna find out how tough I am? Buzz off!

      • Leon: Just how well do you know her?
        (Nene giggles.)
        Nene: Well, enough to know her personal email address, Leonardo. Do you want it?
        Leon: Mmm, I don't think Priss would like it if you did that.
        Nene: Good! Because I'm not gonna. She told me a long time ago that I shouldn't give her address out to any weirdoes, boyfriends, or strange men. People like you.
        Leon: Boyfriends?! Hers or yours?

      • Misae: Well, it's just a rumour. If it was real, it'd be on TV, right?

      • Linna: I'm serious. What if someone is controlling all of the media?
        Misae: You know, I think I've heard more than enough about your conspiracy theories. Come on Linna; if we're late, the bosses will be conspiring to take away our jobs.

      • Sylia: I though I hated boomers, but is it hatred, or fear?

      • (on phone)
        Linna: No way! Priss is dating a cop?
        Nene: Not just a cop. An AD Police officer. I mean, who would have ever expected that?
        Linna: Um, isn't that a bad idea?
        Nene: Why? Leon's a nice guy.
        Linna: No, that's not my point. Think about it.
        Nene: Well he is a late bloomer, but so is Priss. I think it's cute.
        Linna: Nene, have you forgotten that the AD Police have been trying to kill us for the last three weeks? This is not a good idea.
        Nene: Oh, a little antagonism is good for a relationship.

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