Samurai Champloo

Season 1 Episode 2

Redeye Reprisal

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Aired Sunday 12:00 AM May 21, 2005 on Cartoon Network
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9.2
out of 10
Average
85 votes
  • When ever Meugun had sex... wow! Awesome, but the bad part is barley happened and didn't show anything. Great second episode with the characters and base.

    10
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  • A man wants to kill Mugen he hires a man to kill Jin and his follower kidnaps Fuu.

    9.1
    Well they are on their journey and problems start again. In the first episode Mugen cut off a mans hand and this man has come for his revenge so he gets a man that everyone calls a monster to kidnap Fuu in order to trap Mugen and he hires a man to kill Jin. It has unexpected twists which makes it worth watching. It shows that being nice goes a long way and can save your life in the end. You will have to watch it to find out what happens and you will want to its quite interesting
  • More trouble for the gang

    8.5
    After the opener, this episode... I would say it was just ok, not too bad, not too good, well, it was actually good, but it was just averaged kind-of. Last time, Mugen cut off a man's arm, now he decides to kidnap Fuu, along with a giant one. Mugen encounters them both, and the bad guys end up dead, but one of them, wasn't actually that kind of "bad."
  • Jin and Mugen have agreed to help out Fuu on her journey, but before they can even start, they're already facing little, or big, nuisances.

    8.5
    I liked this episode because it showed a softer side of Fuu. It turns out that the guy who got his arm cut off by Mugen from the previous episode wants revenge. He hires a big guy who's had his share of childhood bullying. Fuu is kidnapped and must be rescued by Jin and Mugen. While she's held hostage, Fuu gets close to the monstrous man who's captured her. In the end, he dies trying to protect Fuu. It was a sad episode, especially when Fuu asks why he protected her. He responds that she was the only one who ever treated him like a human being.
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