The Adventures of Mini-Goddess

Season 1 Episode 19

Kitchen Fighters

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Aired Unknown Aug 24, 1998 on TBS
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Kitchen Fighters
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The Morisato Rats hold a Martial Arts tournament which focuses mainly on boxing. But with Bruce Gan-chan fighting with nunchucks and Little Fighting Banpei from Skuld's Gym entering the tournament, this could be a colossal battle for the ages.

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Tony Oliver

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Jose Mendoda

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Kirk Thornton

Kirk Thornton

Kagero, Sambo the First

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    • Gold's Gym
      Although there aren't any explicit logos, the name Skuld's Gym in the English dub is pronounced like Gold's Gym.

    • Jose Mendoza
      There are some folks named Jose Mendoza that are related to boxing. One is from Tijuana. The winner of the match is "Jose Mendoda", who is dressed in a poncho and hat.

    • Rambo
      One of the fighters is named Sambo the First. This is related to Rambo from First Blood, a movie series starring Sylvester Stallone as a former combat veteran.

    • Bruce Lee
      Gan-chan is named Bruce Gan-chan in this episode. He even makes the trademark Bruce Lee yell, but he yells too early in the fight since his opponent hasn't been knocked down yet!

    • Drunken Master
      In the final round, Urd revives Gan-chan with a bottle of sake wine, and Gan-chan stands up in a stupor. Skuld remarks, "Jacky Chan?"

      This refers directly to Jackie Chan's most notable kung-fu movie Drunken Master, made in 1978, which was directed by Yuen Wo Ping, who later did choreography for The Matrix and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

    • Rocky:
      1. Two quotes referencing Rocky's most famous "I did it!" line.
      2. In the final match, the music played at the beginning intentionally resembles the theme song for Rocky.

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