Immortal Grand Prix

Season 1 Episode 17

The Final Battle

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Aired Saturday 12:00 AM Jan 28, 2006 on Cartoon Network
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The time has come for Team Satomi to go up against the sport's greatest team, Team Velshtein, with both teams preparing to unleash their fiercest weapons.

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • This episode incorrectly used the closing credits from the previous episode ("And Then..."), and listed them as being from "Episode 11" instead of "Episode 12."

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Andrei: That was one heck of a move you guys pulled off. Very impressive. But why just stop there? Go all the way.
        Takeshi: Well, yeah, if we can.
        Andrei: Takeshi, you're a fan of The Rocket, aren't ya? Well, if you win, I'll introduce you to him.
        Takeshi: Really?!
        Andrei: Yeah, really. But you've got to win.
        Takeshi: You got it!
        Liz: Yeah, that works out great for him. But what's in it for me and Amy?
        Andrei: My love and affection.
        Liz: Ew! No thanks! I think I'll pass.
        Amy: Me, too.

      • Liz: What do you think you're doing back there, Takeshi?
        Takeshi: Oh, sorry. I was thinking about something else.
        Amy: At a time like this?
        Luca: Don't worry, he's all right. His mind just works like a cat's.
        Amy: Is that a compliment?
        Luca: Of course.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Ms. Satomi: Let's go kick their ass.

        The first show on the toonami block that aired an episode to contain a swear word heard briefly (no bleeps). Toonami is aimed at teen audiences, yet all its other shows, especially the Justice League, have only implied swearing or tendency to swear before being interrupted.

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