Dai-Guard

Season 1 Episode 2

The Fort at Night

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Aired Unknown Oct 12, 1999 on TV Tokyo
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The Fort at Night
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Against the wishes of both the Army and 21st Century Security, Akagi and the rest of PR Division decide to help those hurt in the Heterodyne attack by flying them to a hospital. As if dealing with army and company politics wasn't enough, the situation only gets worse when the Heterodyne resurfaces for a second attack.moreless

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    Edwin Neal

    Edwin Neal

    Chief Haruo Oosugi

    Jennifer Juniper Haley

    Jennifer Juniper Haley

    Rika Domeki

    Akiko Hiramatsu

    Akiko Hiramatsu

    Ibuki Momoi (Japanese version)

    Rumi Kasahara

    Rumi Kasahara

    Shizuka Irie (Japanese version)

    Michiko Neya

    Michiko Neya

    Noriko Oyama (Japanese version)

    Yukari Tamura

    Yukari Tamura

    Fuuka Tanigawa (Japanese version)

    Michael D'Alonzo

    Michael D'Alonzo

    Soldier/Cynical Boy #2

    Guest Star

    Steve Flanagin

    Steve Flanagin

    Director Matsushita

    Guest Star

    Margaret Cassidy

    Margaret Cassidy

    Refugee Girl

    Guest Star

    David R. Jarrott

    David R. Jarrott

    Director Nishijima

    Recurring Role

    Karen Kuykendall

    Karen Kuykendall

    Director Mutou

    Recurring Role

    Don Toner

    Don Toner

    Director Watanabe

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (5)

      • Ooyama: Left shoulder, three scratches; left arm, five scratches, one dent.
        Nakahara: What happens when Dai-Guard's expense account runs out?

      • Shirota: This name is repeated, as is this one here- and this one, and this one.
        [Shirota hands back the report and walks away: Akagi struggles to hold in an outburst.]
        Ibuki: He just can't help pointing out other people's imperfections, can he?
        Akagi: Mmm hmm.
        Ibuki looks at the report.
        Ibuki: This name and this name are repeated too.
        Aoyama: This one too, and this one- the same name's down here three different times.

      • Oosugi: Well my boy, what's the difference? We either get yelled at for one thing, or yelled at for two things.

      • Akagi: [to interviewer] After twelve years of peace, Dai-Guard just wound up as nothing more than a company mascot, like those cuddly animals on breakfast cereal boxes.
        Ooyama: Animals on breakfast cereal boxes? He's lost it.
        Irie: What's sad is that he's a PR guy.

      • Akagi: I don't even know the meaning of the word fear, sister, in fact, I don't even know how to spell it.

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