Witch Hunter Robin

Season 1 Episode 12

Precious Illusions

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Aired Unknown Mar 04, 2004 on Cartoon Network
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Precious Illusions
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To Michael's chagrin, a hacker has broken through his defenses and entered the STN-J's systems; a Witch's symbol is being broadcast from Robin's terminal. Meanwhile, Robin had spent the night talking to the mysterious old woman she met in the Walled City. Is she a "Methuselah", a Witch rumored to be immortal? And will Robin be able to accept what she is telling her?moreless

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      • From the appearance of the clothes of Young Methuselah, and looking about 8 to 10 years old at the time of the Salem Witchcraft Trials, Methuselah is now around a decade over 400 years old.

      • Michelangelo's Pieta:
        The statue Methuselah shows Robin praying in front of is Michelangelo's Pieta. The statue is of the Virgin Mary holding the body of Christ, shortly after he was taken down from the cruxifix. It was carved from a single piece of marble and is Michelangelo's only signed work. It is located in St. Peter's basillica in Rome, behind a protective wall of bullet proof glass to keep vandals from destroying it.

      • Goof: Saturn as a Greek God
        Amon mentions that Saturn is a Greek god. Saturn is actually the Roman name for the Titan Cronos who was the father of the Greek gods.

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      • The Salem Witch Trials
        In the vision Robin receives from Methusula, there is a quick scene of one of the Salem Witchcraft Trials that took place in 1692. This was a dark time in the history of the United States, where many innocent people were sent to their death because they were accused of being a Witch. To correct this great injustice, the credo of 'Innocent Until Proven Guilty' was born into the American judicial system.

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