Drafted into the U.A. in 2060
Joined the U.A. SOF in 2062.
Last rank was FSG
Defeated at the Titan War II, in 2068.
6 feet 4 inches 174 pounds Age: 28
ID: H23234D55 Domi: Mars
Big Shots Cowgirl Hotline
Look close: As the credits roll, look at the clouds. There are two openings in the clouds, one resembles Ein, and the one directly above it resembles Ed.
When Jet speaks to Laughing Bull, we can see a Play Station on the floor of Bull's house.
Laughing Bull says that Jet's spirit name is Running Rock.
Jet makes a reference to Ernest Hemingway's short story "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" when he tries to talk Spike out of his suicide mission to kill Vicious
The man Faye sees meeting his mother at the train station is none other than the male host of Big Shot, Punch, whose real name is Alfredo. "[T]hat blonde cohost," his mother mentions is, obviously, Judy.
Andy Von De Oniyate
Height: 6 feet 2 inches
Weight: 174 pounds
ID #: Y99478LID
The rest of Andy's Profile is the same text as Zebra's from episode 6.
The movie, Knockin on Heaven's door, takes place after this episode.
During the initial run of the series on [Adult Swim], "Cowboy Funk" was one of three episodes (the othes being "Sympathy for the Devil" and "Waltz for Venus") that were not televised. This episode went unaired due to the 9/11 incident and the resemblence of the Twin Towers that Teddy Bomber targets. The episode did air during the second run of [i]Cowboy Bebop[/i] on [Adult Swim]. However, it did not run on the day it was supposed to, February 14th, 2002. [Adult Swim] apparantly made a mistake and aired the wrong episode, "Brain Scratch". "Cowboy Funk" aired the next evening.
Ruth's monitor as it sends virus to Bebop
Virus Mixing System Ver. 13.31
(list of different virus names including highlighted: AntiChrist, Black Monday, Do Nothing, Evil, Holland Girl, Magnituguru 2048, and MGTU )
Let's Go to Hell!!!
(picture of syringe)
The mechanic Doohan has a hobby of restoring "classic" aircraft of the 20th century including a Russian MI-24 Hind helicopter, a F-14 Tomcat fighter jet, and the Space Shuttle Columbia, the last of which had been completely destroyed during re-entry on Feburary 1, 2003 due to a piece of foam shedding and damaging the wing. The English dub also mentions tiles falling off on re-entry.
At the time of broadcast, the Beta videotape format was still actively used in Japan. However, in 2002, the last Beta videotape was produced. Faye would have been 8 years old using a soon-to-be obsolete recording method.
The shot of the "Old Asia" map is of Japan but upside down so South is on top, and North is on bottom. Some of the locations are hand written in to be readable on this map. On the right are South and North Korea. The pink ballooned caption in the middle reads:
Sinoba Building *2*
Faye's capsule information
Sleep Level: 3A Condition: NA
Safety Lock: AAA
Recent Open: 2019.11.23
Insurance Agent: Tortus.Co.,Ltd.2005
AR 52368 (rest of numbers covered)
In the Japanese sub, Spike says the reward was 19,800 Woolongs. Later, Jet says "It wasn't 198,000? I put an extra digit in there."
In the English dub, Spike mentions that the reward was 19,800 Woolongs. But then Jet says "So it wasn't 19,800. I kind of put an extra zero in there. (sigh)"
On the German official dvd release, as Spike wakes up after being shot, he says "this kevlar inner fodder is just worth gold!", so you get the impression he was shot by a real gun and the jacket saved him.
It turns out Ed didn't get bitten by the creature, she must've pass out due to hunger.
On the shelf of La Fin is a drinking bird and a statue of Mr. Peanut, the mascot from Planters.
Jet's pocket watch goes up to 15 "hours", suggesting a different time scale on Ganymede.
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