The Adventures of Mini-Goddess

Season 1 Episode 46

Deluxe Game of Life -- Satellite Version

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Aired Unknown Mar 15, 1999 on TBS
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Deluxe Game of Life -- Satellite Version
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Gan-chan and the Goddesses play a life-size game of Life, where the results of the spinner turn into reality!

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Slight differences: As Skuld looks out to the stars, Belldandy's still memorizing the periodic table (or the order of the Dynasties in the Japanese dub).

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    • ALLUSIONS (4)

      • When Belldandy sits down to study for her exams, her outfit changes to mimic that of model student Naru Narusegawa of the Love Hina manga which also ran during this time period, Belldandy even wears swirly glasses.

      • Jumanji and Life-sized games
        1. Real events happen to the players.
        2. The players can't leave the game until they finish as Gan-chan finds out the hard way.

      • The Game of Life is directly referred to in this episode with some obvious twists, but some basic similarities are:
        1. The spinner is the same and has 10 slots.
        2. Each square has a different fortune.
        3. You can declare bankruptcy.
        4. You can get married and have kids.
        5. Early in the game you choose a career, so that as you progress through you receive a salary. Belldandy is stuck in University though.

      • Urd: Lady Hilary, died and buried here. (English subtitles)

        Urd makes a reference to Sir Edmund Hilary, who with his sherpa guide Tenzing Norgay, were the first to reach the top of Mount Everest in 1953. Urd's turn in the game was to climb Mount Everest in an evening gown and high heels, so it makes sense she calls herself Lady Hilary when she returns exhausted.

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