Girls Bravo

Season 2 Episode 8

Bunny Ear is Bravo!

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Aired Unknown Mar 10, 2005 on
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In this alternate reality, the setting is in England. Kirie, Miharu, and Koyomi are managers of the Cafe Nap Rabbit by day and are part of the group of thieves known as the Phantom Rabbit by night. Tomoka works at the Cafe Nap Rabbit and wants to be a Phantom Rabbit member, but nobody will let her be part of it. Fukuyama is Stockland Yard's top detective who is bent on capturing Phantom Rabbit. Machida is a millionaire who is targeted by criminals for his valuable Golden Mamo Ranger Mask. Lisa is Machida's daughter, and she has been kidnapped by the Phantom Thief Black Snow. As for Yukinari...moreless
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      • Koyomi: (very nervously pulls Fukuyama close to her by his tie) So, uhhh....Fukuyama, uhhm...I bought some new lipstick. Well, what do you think?

        Fukuyama: Uhh... it's rather sexy.

        Koyomi: D-D-D...D-Don't work too hard on this case. (jittery) All work and no play.

        (Koyomi's eye twitches several times before she gives Fukuyama a wink and a smile.)

        Fukuyama: Okay...

        (Fukuyama leaves the pub. Koyomi wipes her brow and sighs relief. Then, she holds up the CD she swiped from his pocket.)

        Kirie: You pulled it off!

        Miharu: Koyomi, that was really amazing!

        (Koyomi swoons, then passes out, hitting the floor pretty hard.)

      • (from the Japanese version)
        Fukuyama: (in Engrish) I got it!

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      • This episode is a spoof of the anime series, Cat's Eye, a series about three sisters who are thieves and steal items.

      • "Water Field," the name of the setting for this episode, is the literal Japanese-to-English translation of Mizuno, which is where the characters normally live.

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