Digimon: Digital Monsters

Season 3 Episode 32

Shibumi Speaks

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Mar 02, 2002 on TV Asahi
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Lost underwater, Takato, Henry and Terriermon look for a way out. Shibumi one of the "Wild Bunch" appears, and they learn more than what they wanted to.

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  • In this episode Takato, Henry, and Terriermon learn a lot about the digital world and the existence of the digimons.

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    In this episode Takato, Henry, and Terriermon are stuck under water and don't know what to do.

    After thinking for a while Henry comes up with an idea: If they will belive that they can breath underwater then they could do it, and it worked.

    They found a place where a group of Otamamons lived and were attacked by Divermon who thought they were trying to hurt the Otamamons. The Otamamon show them a pipe which is said to lead to another world. After the Otamamon help them get into the pipe they found themselves in a giant library there they find Shibumi who explains them a lot about the creation of the digital world, the digimon and a lot of other stuff. After that Shibumi sends them away in an "Ark" to where they can find their friend.

    This is a very good episode which helps us understand a lot of things we didn't understand until now.moreless
  • I don't care what these morons say. The informative episodes of Digimon are the best, like it or not.

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    This episode was pretty good. It started out with Henry and Takato being trapped in the cave underwater, but something dawned on Henry: Why didn't Yamaki's Com-Device malfunction when it touched the water? It was something that only Digimon could think up: The Com-Device couldn't think that so it didn't get wet. Awesome. Digimon is the best anime ever for the stuff they imagine.



    Then when "Shibumi speaks," we learn of Digignomes, and the algorithms in the Blue Cards. This told of a lot of info in the show, and you can't call yourself a true fan unless you appreciate the sci-fi flair Season 3 had.moreless
Bob Papenbrook

Bob Papenbrook

Mr. Katou

Guest Star

Tifanie Christun

Tifanie Christun

Mrs. Kitagawa

Recurring Role

Neil Kaplan

Neil Kaplan

Divermon

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Dan Lorge

Dan Lorge

Mr. Kitagawa

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