Witch Hunter Robin

Season 1 Episode 6

Raindrops

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Aired Unknown Feb 25, 2004 on Cartoon Network
9.1
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Raindrops
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When Robin's Vespa runs out of gas during a rainstorm, she is picked up by a kind-hearted motorist. Shortly after dropping Robin off, the woman is killed in a horrible accident. Upset over her death, Robin senses that a Witch may have been involved. Together with Amon, Robin pushes forward to uncover the truth.moreless

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  • Raindrops shows more about the truth behind witches, and another side of Amon.

    9.8
    I love this episode. It's soo sad, and haunting in a way. Robin was just going home when her car breaks down in the middle of nowhere. Luckly, a nice lady comes by and gives her a ride home. The next day, Robin goes to the STN-J just to find out the lady had died in a car accident. She is shocked, and managed to purswade Amon to come with her to investigate the mysterious girl the lady went to visit.



    This episode is so sweet and scary when you look at it that way. Imagine youself getting a lift by a mysterious lady, just to find out she died about an hour later. And the ending of the episode shows another side of Amon that is never noticed before: him taking a walk with Tokou. Is that a sign of them having an relationship?moreless
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn

Mary Elizabeth McGlynn

Jeanne

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Karen Strassman

Karen Strassman

Chie

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Tony Oliver

Tony Oliver

Custodian

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Dorothy Elias-Fahn

Dorothy Elias-Fahn

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Dave Mallow

Dave Mallow

Shohei Hattori

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    • When Chief Kosaka and Hattori have their tea drinking ritual interrupted by Sakaki, the English voice actor for the Chief, Doug Stone, says his subordinates name by pausing on the first 'a' in Sakaki's name. In English, it may not be such a big deal. However, in Japanese, a pause on a vowel sound creates a lengthened vowel and actually changes the person's name.

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