Rika Nonaka, Sakuyamon (shared)
Mother D-Reaper/D-Reaper [Jeri-Type]
The above it not true. While marine Angemon is one of the many possible evolutions of Zudomon, it is not his true final form. Plus, Marine Angemon has no offical line. None of the other season one children's Digimon have confirmed Mega forms. With the exception of Tai, Matt, Tk, and Kari. However it is widely accepted by the Digimon community that Plesiomon is Gomamons most likely form. Marine Angemon did not de-evolve at the end of this episode. The fact he has no true line makes that perfectly clear.
About Marineangemon not dedigivolving: HE DID! Marineangemon is the Gomamon's mega form. Joe (in season's one and two) Only got Gomamon to the ultimate level, Zudomon, but when Zudomon digivolves, he digivolves into Marineangemon, who actually looks like Bukamon, which is Gomamon's in-training form. He did in fact dedigivolve, hence the lack of wings, no heart on chest and pink color... he was purple in the end!
To the 'effecting all the digimon' thing, I think that data sphere the Tamers slashed the Red card in made a lage 'bubble' that extended for miles around, thus changing all the digimon in the area while it was up.
in responce to the one above, MarineAngemon, compare to the other, hid in his pocket, so maybe it was like protection to the dedigivolving.
In response to MarineAngemon-
MarineAngemon was a concept that never really worked. The series tried to make him seem like a Rookie level Digimon, to make his parternering with Kenta less unnatural. But, at the same time, he was clearly a mega, as Kenta was even the first to say "Wow! I'm a Tamer!? To a Mega!?"
Why were all the digimon affected by Juggernaut?
Why didn't MarineAngemon de-digivolve?
Henry: The park's never looked more beautiful.
Kazu: Dude, everything's beautiful! I could kiss the dirt!
Calumon: Jeri, wakey-wakey.
(Jeri wakes up noticing that she is in Takato's arms)
Takato: Can you hear me? Jeri, it's me.
Jeri: (Wakes up) Takato...you came.
Takato: Well of course I did. What do you think? I'd leave you?
Jeri: (Smiles) I can't tell you. How good it is to see you.
Takato: I'd miss you too.
(Jeri hugs Takato's head as he blushes)
Henry (as MegaGargomon): Terriermon, what's happening?
Terriermon (as MegaGargomon): We're outta' ammo, not that it matters because our last attack did as much damage as a water balloon!
Jeri: Calumon, come over here, quick.
Calumon: You don't have to tell me twice.
Janyu: The whole world was in danger and we had no other option. We had to take it. Even if it meant losing the Digimon.
Ryo: What do you mean lose? Where are they going?
Janyu: They have to return to the Digital Plane or they'll disappear forever, like the D-Reaper. They were never meant for this world.
Takato: (crying) But Guilmon's meant to be with me! He's a part of me. I promised him we'd always be together. I promised!
Rika: No. This can't be. I won't let it happen!
Henry: You knew didn't you? You knew this would happen when you scanned Terriermon!
Janyu: I had no other choice. The fate of the world was at stake. I couldn't let everything and everyone we love be destroyed!
Terriermon: Henry? Momentie.
Henry: Oh, Terriermon, no. Don't go! (lets go of Terriermon)
Rika: Renamon, stay! You can fight this, can't you?
Renamon: Rika, I know we'll see each other again some day.
Rika: No, Renamon, please! I love you! (lets go of Renamon)
Guilmon: We'll play again soon, won't we, Takato?
Takato: Yeah, yeah. (let's go of Guilmon and the Digimon go through portal one by one)
Kazu: Guardramon, I love you, man!
Ai and Mako: Impmon, we'll miss you.
Jeri: Thank you Calumon.
Susie: Lopmon, don't go!
Terriermon: Momentie, Henry!
Renamon: Stay strong, Rika!
Guilmon: Remember, Takato. You promised, you promised! Takato!(digipost closes)
Susie: Henry, where'd they all go? Where's Lopmon? I want my Lopmon and Terriermon! I don't want them to go! (starts crying)
Janyu: Henry, I know it hurts now son, but in time, it'll get better. You'll see. (Henry shakes his head) Oh, Henry, I....(starts crying) I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.
Takato: I promise Guilmon. Just you wait. We'll be together again soon.
MegaGargomon: Who needs ammo when you're a whoopin' machine?!
Takato: Even though I thought I'd never be the same, the world soon went back to normal, and after awhile, so did I. Life became exactly what it was before I met Guilmon. Kazu still made bad jokes and Ms. Nami still gave too much homework. Sometimes I'd go by our old hangouts just to see if he's there. I don't know why I bother, cause he never is. Most times I'm OK, but there's the one thing that bugs me. A promise I made to a friend. A promise I don't think I can keep...(a digi-gnome passes by from behind) (later, in Guilmon's old hiding place) Actually, scratch that. (notices a digital gate in Guilmon's hole) I think I'm going to keep that promise after all!
Yamaki: The nightmare finally ended. It still seems strange that a misguided program could cause so much damage-believing it was doing the right thing. Maybe we have more common with the D-reaper than we'd like to believe. But today we won coming together. Which makes me believe there's hope for us-all of us!
Rika: He's just doing that to impress me.
Ryo: Well, is it working?
Ryo (to Rika): That's one less person to poke fun at you, right Pumpkin?
Rika: Ryo may be out of his pompous mind, but he's also right.
This episode was published in the manga Digimon Tamers Volume 4.
Japanese Title: Dreaming Power Is Our Future! The Biggest Dreamer!
In the original version, Janyu explains that if the Digimon stayed they could've become something like the D-Reaper.
Final appearance of the D-Reaper.
In the orginal the song "Primary Colors" plays in the BG when the Tamers are saying goodbye to thier Digimon.
Final appearances of Justimon, MegaGargomon, and Sakuyamon.
This is the last season to use partner Digmon until season 5.
When Guilmon de-digivolves to Gigimon, you notice at first that Gigimon doesn't have a tail but later he does.
It may have been a lousy ending, but it was explained in the manga that the digimon had to go back to the digi-world with the black hole that sent the D-reaper back
This episode has the most romance in one episode (Takato/Jeri and Ryo/Rika).
An episode of Takato/Jeri romance, when Jeri just reaches up and hugs Takato
Debut: Gigimon (Guilmon's In-Training form), Viximon (Renamon's In-Training form), Kapurimon (Guardromon's In-Training form), Hopmon (Cyberdramon's In-Training form), Yaamon (Impmon's In-Training form)
The pattern of Digimon has gone like this: Seasons 1 and 2 occurred in the Digital World, then the fighting moved over to the real world, then ended in the Digital World. Season 3 began in the real world, moved to the Digital World, and ended in the real world.
This was the last episode to air on Fox Kids Saturdays.
In addition to being a Shakespeare reference, the title also has a double meaning. Parting is such sweet sorrow, you see, and it's referring to the parting between the kids and their Digimon at the episode's conclusion, and also the parting between the audience and the cast of the show, as this is the finale.
Episode Title: Such Sweet Sorrow
This is part of a quote from William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet (Act II, scene II): Parting is such sweet sorrow That I shall say good-night till it be morrow.
When Takato rescues Jeri, he carries her like Superman when he rescues Lois Lane.
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