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「陰謀という名の列車」 (Inbou to Iu Na no Ressha)
“The Train Named Conspiracy”

 

Next Episode:
「装甲車に向って撃て」 (Soukousha ni Mukatte Ute)
“Attack the Armored Vehicle Head On”

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Impressions:
Given how this series is so jam-packed with plot elements, I guess I should’ve known that the reference to Allison’s father, Major Oscar Whittington, last episode would play a notable role in this arc. It seems Stork has a past with Oscar, which makes me wonder if he was the subordinate who killed him in order to save him from being tortured for information. I would say that the possibility of this is fairly high, seeing as Stork wonders if Oscar is still cursing him for his actions after finding out that his daughter is here.

As evident in the episode title, there’s more to this train as suspected and the true culprits of train conductor chief Welch’s murder seem to be Terreur and his bodyguard Ian. As for their true objective, it appears to be none other than Benedict and Fiona, which makes me believe that Stork is also in on it. In the last episode, Stork was quick to notice Benedict after all, despite his drastic change in appearance and this time around, he was quick to agree to Terreur’s suggestion of detaching the trains and traveling along without the other passengers. However, I get the feeling that Stork will change sides before this arc is over, thanks to Allison serving as a reminder to him of his past with Oscar. Wil, being the clever person that he is, already seems to be onto their scheme, so I foresee him playing a key role in foiling their plans.

Next time, armored trains exploding, Fiona attacking with her miniature camera, and Benedict getting into a scrap with Ian.

 

Cast:
- Allison (アリソン) / Mizuki Nana (水樹 奈々)
- Wil (ヴィル) / Kumai Motoko (くまい まとこ)
- Benedict (ベネディクト) / Yamadera Kouichi (山寺 宏一)
- Fiona (フィオナ) / Noto Mamiko (能登 麻美子)
- Stork (ストーク) / Tanaka Hideyuki (田中 秀幸)
- Terreur (テロル) / Suzuki Kiyonobu (鈴木 清信)
- Ian (イーアン) / Sasaki Seiji (佐々木 誠二)
- Train conductor chief Welch (ウェルチ車掌長) / Asakura Eisuke (朝倉 栄介)
- Cabin crew A (客室乗務員A) / Nishina Youhei (仁科 洋平)
- Cabin crew B (客室乗務員B) / Konno Jun (金野 潤)
- Female guest (女性客) / Oomura Kana (大村 歌奈)

June 7, 2008 at 11:45 pm
2 comments »
  • June 8, 2008 at 12:01 amSam

    Looks good.

  • June 8, 2008 at 12:23 amAznLegacy

    Thank GOD!, Benedict got rid of that hideous beard’n’stache combo he was sportin’. Looks like Will and company have found themselves in another lovely predicament. XD