Ranma ½

Season 2 Episode 7

Behold! The Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire Technique (3)

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Aired Unknown Nov 17, 1989 on Fuji Television
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Having been made hyper-sensitive to heat by Cologne, Ranma is trapped in his girl form until he promises to marry Shampoo. Refusing to give up, Ranma takes a job at her diner, hoping for a chance to grab the "Phoenix Pill" that's supposed to cure him.

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Megumi Hayashibara

Megumi Hayashibara

Ranma Saotome (Girl-Type)

Venus Terzo

Venus Terzo

Ranma Saotome (Girl-Type)(english dub)

Angela Costain

Angela Costain

Nabiki Tendo (Seasons 1 - 5, Movies, OAVs)(english dub)

Minami Takayama

Minami Takayama

Nabiki Tendo

Kikuko Inoue

Kikuko Inoue

Kasumi Tendo

Willow Johnson

Willow Johnson

Kasumi Tendo (english dub)

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • While Ranma is fighting with Cologne near the koi pond, Ranma's hair is black in one shot even though Ranma is in his girl-form throughout this episode.

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Akane: Out with it Shampoo! Why are you telling us this?
      Shampoo: Shampoo love boy-type Ranma. Maybe pervert girl like only girl-type Ranma? Tell truth now.
      Akane: Who are you calling a pervert girl?!
      Shampoo: Calling you.

    • Girl Ranma: What the heck am I wearing?!
      Nabiki: That old thing? It's just something I had lying around. You can have it if you want.
      Girl Ranma: But I'm a guy.
      Nabiki: Right now, you're a girl. So, lighten up, okay? That color is so you.

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • When Ranma goes to face Cologne after mastering the Chestnut Fist, she is attacked by illusions depicting Monkey, Horse, Piggsy and Sandy, a mythical group of reformed monsters who helped bring Bhuddist scrolls from the East to Japan alongside the monk Tripitaka.

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