Petshop of Horrors

Season 1 Episode 4

Dual

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Aired Unknown Mar 22, 1999 on Tokyo Broadcasting System
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The holy beast known as the Kirin, the legendly ruler of all animals, has the power to make a sovereign of her master. One of the most closely guarded secrets, the Kirin will choose her master carefully, grant one wish, and bestow the heavy yoke of realized ambition. In "Dual", two men are brought together to wield this awesome force, and only one will survive.

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    Matt McKenzie

    Matt McKenzie

    Roger T. Stanford

    Guest Star

    Denise Poirier

    Denise Poirier

    Nancy

    Guest Star

    Julia Fletcher

    Julia Fletcher

    Jill

    Guest Star

    Itsuki Yukino

    Itsuki Yukino

    Jill [J]

    Recurring Role

    Miho Yamada

    Miho Yamada

    Q-chan [J]

    Recurring Role

    Takeshi Watanabe

    Takeshi Watanabe

    Captain [J]

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • Kirin: My Sovereign... the King who has the power, wisdom and love... reach for your fate with your own hands.

      • Count D: How many rulers in history have made contracts with a Kirin? A communist who tried to free his country from colonial reign by waging war and losing half his land and one third of his people. A nationalist who tried to save his defeated nation from poverty and ended up massacring millions of other people. And, a President, wishing to end a war, pressed the switch to detonate a new weapon, turning the world into a living hell.

      • Nancy: I guess I'm one of those who was deluded by that charisma. I got married to him mistaking his assertiveness and conceit for manliness.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Kirin, Japanese spelling of Qilin

        A hooved, chimeric creature from Chinese mythology, known throughout Asia. It is said to arrive with a sage or other highly holy being and brings with it serenity and prosperity. It is sometimes called Byakko, the white tiger, in Japan when referred to as one of the Four Gods (Genbu, Byakko, Seiryu, and Suzaku).

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