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Episode 20

KIDDY GiRL AND   20   01 KIDDY GiRL AND   20   02 KIDDY GiRL AND   20   03
KIDDY GiRL AND   20   04 KIDDY GiRL AND   20   05 KIDDY GiRL AND   20   06
KIDDY GiRL AND   20   07 KIDDY GiRL AND   20   08 KIDDY GiRL AND   20   09
KIDDY GiRL AND   20   10 KIDDY GiRL AND   20   11 KIDDY GiRL AND   20   12
KIDDY GiRL AND   20   13 KIDDY GiRL AND   20   14 KIDDY GiRL AND   20   15
KIDDY GiRL AND   20   16 KIDDY GiRL AND   20   17 KIDDY GiRL AND   20   18
KIDDY GiRL AND   20   19 KIDDY GiRL AND   20   20 KIDDY GiRL AND   20   21
KIDDY GiRL AND   20   22 KIDDY GiRL AND   20   23 KIDDY GiRL AND   20   24


Q-feuille joins Letuchaia and Pauki on a trip to the hospital to visit their grandmother, but things quickly turn sour when various people mention how Q-feuille replaced Letuchaia as Geacht’er’s little sister princess. This confuses Q-feuille because her altered memories tell her that it’s only ever been her, and in frustration, Letuchaia tells Q-feuille the truth about her GTO ES-member origins. This leads to Q-feuille remembering Ascoeur and Di-air, but her hair ornament causes her to lose consciousness. Shade and Torch then take her back to her room, and Shade makes her forget all about this incident. Meanwhile, over at GTO headquarters, Ascoeur and Di-air decide to move out to go get Q-feuille back, and this time Hiver lets them because she’s also ready to act on the frozen time space. After saying goodbye to their friends, Ascoeur and Di-air take the Mistral to G-Society’s Erde Meteor and sneak onboard while their ship keeps the defense forces occupied. On the way in, Ascoeur gets the feeling that she’s been there before and experiences several flashbacks, including one of her brother. The girls soon get attacked by Q-feuille who’s there with Geacht’er. He calls Ascoeur by the Lieselotte name, but she declares that she’s Q-feuille’s partner Ascoeur.

Episode 21

KIDDY GiRL AND   21   01 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   02 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   03
KIDDY GiRL AND   21   04 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   05 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   06
KIDDY GiRL AND   21   07 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   08 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   09
KIDDY GiRL AND   21   10 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   11 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   12
KIDDY GiRL AND   21   13 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   14 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   15
KIDDY GiRL AND   21   16 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   17 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   18
KIDDY GiRL AND   21   19 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   20 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   21
KIDDY GiRL AND   21   22 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   23 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   24


As Ascoeur tries to convince Q-feuille that she’s being deceived, the Erde-Meteor suddenly initiates warp and starts moving towards the frozen time space. Geacht’er then tries to have Q-feuille capture Ascoeur, and the other Shadow Workers surround the girls. Once Q-feuille freezes Ascoeur, Geacht’er leans in to kiss her, but Di-air stops it with her power, and Ascoeur uses the opportunity to teleport both her, Di-air and Q-feuille away. Di-air’s power further grants Ascoeur the chance to try to talk some sense into Q-feuille, but Q-feuille isn’t happy since she now knows that Ascoeur is Geacht’er’s real sister. Before anything major can happen, Geacht’er finds them again and wants to kiss Ascoeur to make her remember her past. Ascoeur tries to escape again, but the other Shadow Workers tie her up to stop her. Seeing Ascoeur in so much pain and calling out to her causes Q-feuille to start crying again, and Ascoeur eventually loses consciousness.

This allows Geacht’er to kiss her, and that in turn restores in Ascoeur the memories of how her parents sent her away to be a test subject so that she could survive and how she had found her brother there. The experiments he had been subject to had affected his sanity, but she had promised to be with him forever and had kissed him. That caused a reaction that blew up part of the research station they were on, and the two got separated when it appeared that Ascoeur got buried under some debris. In truth, she had teleported to safety and had escaped in a pod, but she lost her memories in the process. Geacht’er had also escaped and had vowed despair and pain on the universe for all that happened to him. Back in the present, Ascoeur has regained her memories, but Q-feuille then instinctively attacks Geacht’er, so he orders her to be dealt with. Saphir has no qualms about doing this, but Ascoeur saves her partner and kisses her. Even Geacht’er’s power can’t stop this, and Q-feuille returns to normal.


KIDDY GiRL AND   21   Preview 01 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   Preview 02 KIDDY GiRL AND   21   Preview 03

As expected, a lot of plot got fleshed out in these two episodes, though mostly in episode 21. Episode 20 comparatively felt a bit more dragged out because I could barely stand the angst and melodrama between Letuchaia and Q-feuille and because it seemed like it took Ascoeur forever to leave GTO headquarters. But she did eventually get to Erde-Meteor (past the G-Society’s laughably bad defenses) and got to confront Q-feuille in the latter episode.

I was amused by the idea that kisses restored memories because it meant that we saw an incest kiss and a girl-on-girl kiss in the same episode, but it did serve as a catalyst for plot development each time. The one between Geacht’er and Ascoeur led to us finally learning what happened in the past and why Geacht’er seems to want to destroy the galaxy, and the one between Ascoeur and Q-feuille led to Q-feuille finally remembering her true self (that scene, incidentally, was the first time I actually noticed and liked the soundtrack). With all of the problems that kisses solve, including all the past situations that Di-air helped the girls through, maybe all that Ascoeur needs to do to stop her brother is to kiss him. I say that jokingly, but sadly I could actually see that happening. For the time being though, it looks like the story has finally returned what I consider to be the overarching plot with the space where time is frozen, and I assume that’s what the final three episodes will be all about.

March 19, 2010 at 2:03 am
  • March 19, 2010 at 2:53 amAnime Junkie

    “With all of the problems that kisses solve, …, maybe all that Ascoeur needs to do to stop her brother is to kiss him.”

    Ah, if only all real life problems can be solved with kisses too. :P

  • March 19, 2010 at 3:08 amBROOKLYN otaku


  • March 19, 2010 at 3:15 amAnonymous

    It’s yuri!!! ^______________^

  • March 19, 2010 at 3:25 amAnonymous

    (past the G-Society’s laughably bad defenses)

    Remember, the whole point was to lure her there in the first place…

  • March 19, 2010 at 3:48 amAlec



  • March 19, 2010 at 8:27 amsamu

    This is getting good…heh. Yuri and incest indeed, with jealous Saphir aside.
    Funny how Ascouer got some of her powers kissing Geacht’er all those years ago. Geacht’er is a crazy, and he’s gonna die horribly. Saphir can join him, so he won’t be alone in hell.
    Looks like Eclair and Lumiere are going to return! They better say their catchphrases or I’m gonna be disappointed.

  • March 19, 2010 at 10:54 amuipt

    Which do like better for Eclair:
    Chan Chan! (tada or whatever)
    I have one of the hottest female body ever to be drawn but yet i’m just a little girl so I don’t understand adult stuff…

  • March 19, 2010 at 11:05 amSomeKindaNick

    @Anime Junkie: Yeah I know right?
    Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could stop a great long running feud with your father BY KISSING HIM?
    O___o Seriously man, kissing everyone you have trouble with… God would that be horrible.

  • March 19, 2010 at 1:58 pmWingZeroZXT

    that….. was creepy

  • March 19, 2010 at 8:12 pmyuriness

    damn this anime has almost everything, yuri, incest, little girl kissing. whats next?

  • March 19, 2010 at 9:22 pmBROOKLYN otaku

    @Alec…SNAAAAAAAKE!! i love dat crap, used to set the “shutdown” music on my old laptop to play that wave file. BUT SERIOUSLY i just want to chime in again “because by looking at the # of posts, nobody really gives a damn”…all i gotta say is this. we are watching this show for a bit of space type action/..something.,..something….HUH!? well I’m not really sure why we’re watching this, but IF YOU WANT SPACE ACTION!!! i got one word. COBRA, the animation!!!!!!! okay that’s 3 words, but have yall peeped this?? cobra is bad ass, funny too. the art style may turn some people off but i feel the entertainment is rock solid. check it

  • March 19, 2010 at 10:24 pmakani

    Yeah, I think Kiddy Girl-and is definitely inferior to the epicness that was Kiddy Grade. Eclair and Lumere are much more likeable as characters (and the plot actually made SENSE and wasn’t cliched – seriously, a character’s memory being manipulated by someone into become an enemy of her former friends, how predictable can you get?)

    However, I will finish this. I at least want to know if they’ll surprise us at the end (and PLEASE show Eclair and Lumiere pwning everyone and saving the day) or not.

  • March 20, 2010 at 4:11 amAlec

    @Brooklyn Otaku

    hmm..i never considered watching Cobra, and while im typing this, i researched cobra… damn..it wasnt what i thought it would be…I thought it would be a prequel/sequel/remake of G.I. JOE… GI JOE!!!…its G.I JOE, why the F*** would i wanna watch that…

    anyways… i realized it wasnt a G.I. Joe, and im planning to watch an episode or 2 of this anime and see if it interest me, but given ur compliments to that anime, i doubt il drop it.

  • March 23, 2010 at 10:36 ammarla