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Out of fuel, out of food, and sideswiped in a spaceborne hit-and-run incident, the Bebop crew are stranded in the wilds of Europa. A haul of suspect mushrooms causes trouble among the crew, with Spike accosted by a talking frog, Faye swimming in the toilet, and Jet trying to teach his bonsai trees the meaning of life. It’s up to Ed and Ein to save the day, and that entails catching fugitive pusher Domino Walker, unless rival bounty-hunter Coffee or avenging bad-mother brother Shaft catch him first.
Sunday October 28th, 2001
The Bounty Information
Name: Domino Walker
Reward: 1,200,000 Woolongs
Height: 5' 10''
Weight: 243 lbs
Criminal Record: Selling illegal mushrooms
When this episode first aired on Adult Swim, there was a sound problem that resulted in the sound of bullets being fired getting muted out (which some mistook as an act of censorship). When this episode reran, the sound was fixed.
|Artist||Song Title||Played When|
|The Seatbelts||Socks|| |
|The Seatbelts||American Money|| |
|The Seatbelts||The Egg and You|| |
|The Seatbelts featuring Masayoshi Furukawa||You Make Me Cool|| |
|The Seatbelts featuring Sydney Thiam||Give and Take|| |
|The Seatbelts featuring Sydney with Sister R||Chicken Bone (Instrumental)|| |
|The Seatbelts featuring Tulivu-Donna Cumberbatch||Mushroom Hunting|| |
Spike: At this point, even Ein looks good enough to eat.
Faye: Watch it Spike, I bet you're lookin' pretty good to him too.
Spike: Obnoxious little frog.
The name for Coffee is named after the movie "Coffy".
The name for Shaft comes from the movie "Shaft".
Shaft's coffin dragging habit pays homage to the movie "Django".
Spike's hallucination comes from the song "Stairway to Heaven" by Led Zepplin.
The Mellon Man's character design comes from the song "Watermelon Man" by Herbie Hancock.