Trigun

Season 1 Episode 20

Flying Ship

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Aired Weekdays 1:30 AM May 01, 2003 on Cartoon Network
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With Jacqueline the Typhoon (a literal one this time) striking New Oregon, many folks stay indoors to weather the storm, but not Vash the Stampede, who hitches a ride on a piece of scrap metal that hurls him up into the skies. He ends up on a floating fragment of one of the Project Seeds ships where some of his friends, whom he hasn't seen in 13 years, reside. But they are strongly suspicious of Wolfwood who has tagged along, and things get dangerous when crew members get murdered, and one of the folks is kidnapped.moreless

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  • another great episode

    8.0


    “Flying Ship” sees Vash return to the spaceship he was originally on. The ship never crashed and it is suspended in the air, and people still live on board it. Wolfwood follows him and is framed for murder. Meanwhile, Millie and Meryl are stranded because of a typhoon that has hit the town they were staying in. The episode finishes with Vash being told that there are members of the Gung Ho Guns aboard. This is another great episode as we see what the people on board thing of Vash, Wolfwood and the outside world. Vash gets a new arm. Overall 8 out of 10

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Hironori Miyata

Hironori Miyata

Vash the Stampede (young)

Guest Star

Bryce Papenbrook

Bryce Papenbrook

Vash the Stampede (young)

Guest Star

Masamichi Ohta

Masamichi Ohta

Millions Knives (young)

Guest Star

Bridget Hoffman

Bridget Hoffman

Rem Saverem

Recurring Role

Aya Hisakawa

Aya Hisakawa

Rem Saverem

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Kuroneko Sightings
      At the beginning of the episode, when Meryl looks under the bed, Kuroneko and a friend look back at her.
      Later, Meryl opens the door and the wind rips it off. Kuroneko-sama flies by briefly.

    • Leonof the Puppetmaster takes action in this episode but his Gung-Ho Gun number is unknown. In the manga, he is Gung-Ho Gun number 4.

  • QUOTES (1)

    • (Vash jumps off a cliff during the typhoon.)
      Vash: (talking to himself) If you're wrong about this, you crazy old geezer, I'll haunt you 'til the grave!
      (Hits his head on some large metal fragment that is flying up. He grabs on.)
      Vash: Feels like I get a heart attack everytime I do this. This thing's going Bada boom, bada boom.
      Wolfwood: I thought you were commiting suicide?
      Vash: Suicide? No, I strongly disapprove of suicide, it's just a...Wolfwood?! What are you doing here?

  • NOTES (3)

    • English Cast
      Johnny Yong Bosch, Dave Footman, Dorothy Melendrez, Julie Maddalena, Jeff Nimoy, Alexis A. Edwards, Michael McConnohie, Liam Mackenzie, Meghan Mackenzie, Buck McCarth, Alexis Doogan, Kit McCall, Anne Sherman, Pilar, Arney Hanks, Cody Mackenzie, Bo Williams, Lee Kelso, Thor, Sparky Thornton, John Smallberries, Ian Hawk, David L. Smith, Ruby Marlowe, Alfred Thor, Richard Barnes, Richard Hayworth, Joseph Freedman

    • Original Japanese airdate: August 19, 1998.

    • Manga Corollary: Trigun Maximum, Volume 2, Chapters 6.
      In Chapter 6, Vash and Wolfwood use a gondola to cross a sand ocean to reach Vash's home, only to find that his friends were replaced by Leonof's puppets.

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