Rave Master

Season 2 Episode 15

Origins: Sir Plue

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Aired Unknown May 07, 2005 on Cartoon Network
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Origins: Sir Plue
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Griff tells the story of how Plue and him met in the summer of 0065. He also reveals why he calls Plue, Sir Plue.

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  • Sir Plue, the carrot-nosed dog, on a wacky adventure on a wacky island with wacky inhabitants fighting wacky pirates.

    10
    BEST EPISODE EVER! A MUST-SEE! This gets my vote for favorite episode because, while there always was a little comedy in a series with a carrot-nosed dog, this episode is nothing BUT comedy, not only shown from Sir Plue's point of view, but also including many wacky oddities that can only be from the world of Sir Plue. Rave master has been replaced on SYFY's ani-monday, and it deserves to be remembered by the very best episodes, like this one. So come on all you Sir Plue fans out there and join me in voting! And if you didn't see it, write some letters and demand it back on the air!moreless
  • I never knew pudding hurt so much.

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    While Griffu and the horse guy who can't stop shaking his head travel to where Haru and Elie are, the horse is wondering why he's calling Plue, Plue-sama. He then dates back a year before Plue and Haru met, where he found Plue stranded on his island. Griffu caught him in time before getting hurt by some seals. He then recruits him to the Griffu Kato; a gang of badass warriors currently in conflict with the pudding gang who are defending their swirly loli pop factory. The pudding gang started attacking them with their huge battleship, and commit serious injury to the five members in the Griffu Kato. However, Plue does something heroic and stop the battleship from proceeding any further (when in reality it was a large rock that was stopping it rather than Plue, who happened to be floating atop one). And that's the story why Griffu calls Plue, Plue-sama.



    This episode is pretty much a filler episode like the previous, except that this is just those fun episodes to make you laugh. You can immediately tell when you know that the gang members consist of a crying kitten, a snake that's constantly shaking his head (like that horse), and a guy that really isn't sophisticated enough to give him a catagory of his own. It was a fun episode, but it kind of got into the ridiculous zone when one of the members faints from getting hit by pudding. I mean, aren't you suppose to be happy when you get hit by pudding? I know I would, but I guess it has to do with pride. Though what gave me a good chuckle was when the rock stopped the pudding gang's battleship, and Plue got all the glory.moreless
  • Plue episode

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    This episode actually takes place at the end of Manga Volume 6. In the anime this episode takes place during the six months in between the Enclaim and the next episode. The Pudding Heads evencully die from the explosion. This episode is about how Gliff and Plue first meet and beat the puddie heads.

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