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Skip Beat!: Stage 03: The Emotion She Lacks

The open auditions continue with Kyoko revealing an odd talent and impressing the judges, only to fail later in the auditions when she doesn't show the appropriate response during the acting portion. Defeated and upset Kyoko seems to be ready to give up on defeating Sho.

But the President of LME saw Kyoko's performance and has something special in mind for Kyoko.

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Episode Info


Episode number: 1x3
Production Number: 103
Airdate: Sunday October 19th, 2008

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)

Alternate Airdates:

Singapore Oct 24, 2008
Taiwan Oct 24, 2008

  • Currently 8/10
8/10 (2 Votes cast)
Guest Stars
Miho YoshidaMiho Yoshida
voiced Shou's Mother
Recurring
Gô ShinomiyaGô Shinomiya
voiced Chairman
Recurring
Kana UetakeKana Uetake
voiced Audition Participant
Recurring
Keiichi NakagawaKeiichi Nakagawa
voiced Matsushima
Recurring
Kenji AkabaneKenji Akabane
voiced Darumaya Customer
Recurring
Takayuki KondoTakayuki Kondo
voiced Nakazawa
Recurring
Yukiko MondenYukiko Monden
voiced Audition Participant
Recurring
Yuusuke KabutaYuusuke Kabuta
voiced Shou's Father
Recurring
Marie MiyakeMarie Miyake
voiced Audition Participant
Main Cast
Marina InoueMarina Inoue
voiced Kyoko Mogami
Mamoru MiyanoMamoru Miyano
voiced Shoutaro (Sho) Fuwa
Risa HayamizuRisa Hayamizu
voiced Kanae Kotonami
Kouji   IshiiKouji Ishii
voiced Lory Takarada
Hiromi KonnoHiromi Konno
voiced Maria Takarada
Haruo SatouHaruo Satou
voiced Taishou (Darumaya boss)
Midori KomiMidori Komi
voiced Taishou's wife

Recap

The episode begins with Kyoko standing onstage at the auditions, a Daikon radish in one hand and chef’s knife in the other...

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Episode Notes
The original episode title is Kaketeru Kimochi:
欠けてる気持ち



Cultural References
Daikon:

Daikon is a Japanese radish that is characterized by a thick carrot-like shape. Unlike other radishes, it is greenish at the top, tapering to white. It is common in Japanese cuisine and has a mild flavor.

In the episode Kyoko displays her mastery of the art of Katsuramuki, cutting Daikon into one continuous, paper-thin strip. Gourmet chefs use this technique to create roses for garnishments and it is extremely difficult to do.



Analysis
An Emotion She Lacks:

This refers to Kyoko's less then favorable views on love. In this episode it is explained that the need to feel loved is a crucial emotion for would-be celebrities. Being loved and loving ones fans is necessary to stay in the business. When Shou broke her heart, Kyoko cut herself off from that emotion. Love is the emotion she lacks.



Warning: Skip Beat! season 1 episode 3 guide may contain spoilers
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