Digimon: Digital Monsters

Season 3 Episode 47

His Kingdom For A Horse

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM May 18, 2002 on TV Asahi
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Jeri's dad becomes determined to get his daughter back. The Tamers must protect him from 2 of the D-Reaper's agents.

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    Bob Glouberman

    Bob Glouberman

    Shibumi

    Brian Donovan

    Brian Donovan

    Narrator

    Barbara Goodson

    Barbara Goodson

    Seiko Hata

    Michelle Ruff

    Michelle Ruff

    Antylamon, Lopmon

    Melissa Fahn

    Melissa Fahn

    Rika Nonaka, Sakuyamon (shared)

    Brian Beacock

    Brian Beacock

    Takato Matsuki, Gallantmon (shared)

    Bob Papenbrook

    Bob Papenbrook

    Mr. Katou

    Guest Star

    Bridget Hoffman

    Bridget Hoffman

    D-Reaper (Paratice Head), Mrs. Katou

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Shibumi: Grani's original data was damaged when it returned to the Digital World. It could have dispersed into the Digital Streams, but Grani is self-aware, and wouldn't let that happen. Grani held on to an image of itself that Daisy was able to rebuild. But it still exists as data only, until we give it a form in the real world. That's where the Digivice comes in; It teaches data to behave.
        Terriermon: Kinda like you.
        Henry: Except you don't listen.

      • Terriermon: Mr. Mizuno, not to be rude or anything, but aren't you done with that thing yet?
        Shibumi: Momentai.
        Terriermon: That's a really irritating thing to say!

      • (The D-Reaper keeps repeating the same phrase about the term "father" after analyzing Jeri's Dad)
        Takato: What's it saying?
        Renamon: It doesn't understand the word. The D-Reaper and we Digimon don't have parents, so it's a different concept to it.

      • Daisy: Grani was a mythic war horse.
        Shibumi: You people are weird!

    • NOTES (5)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Episode title:

        Comes from one of Shakespeare's plays: King Richard III. At the end of the play, before Richard is killed, he cries out 'A horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse!'

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