History Trivia / CowboyBebop

16th Oct '16 5:55:09 PM Contrafour
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* GossipEvolution: Some fans claim that ShinichiroWatanabe enjoys the English dub of the series more than the original. This stems from a Q&A where he said of the dubbed movie, "My English isn't that good, but I thought it sounded very good."



* GossipEvolution: Some fans claim that ShinichiroWatanabe enjoys the English dub of the series more than the original. This stems from a Q&A where he said of the dubbed movie, "My English isn't that good, but I thought it sounded very good."
16th Oct '16 2:54:18 PM Contrafour
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* WordOfGod: ShinichiroWatanabe himself has stated that he enjoys the English dub of the series more than the original. To be precise, he thinks the Japanese cast does a good job in their own right, but the English actors really add a lot of emotion and depth to the characters that just can't be matched.
** Music/YokoKanno herself was much more blunt. An extra on one of the DVD's quoted her thus: "Our Spike, good. Your Spike, sexy!"

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* WordOfGod: GossipEvolution: Some fans claim that ShinichiroWatanabe himself has stated that he enjoys the English dub of the series more than the original. To be precise, original. This stems from a Q&A where he thinks said of the Japanese cast does a good job in their own right, dubbed movie, "My English isn't that good, but I thought it sounded very good."
* WordOfGod: One of
the English dub's voice actors really add a lot of emotion and depth to the characters claimed that just can't be matched.
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Music/YokoKanno herself was much more blunt. An extra on one of the DVD's quoted her thus: told him, "Our Spike, good. Your Spike, sexy!"
22nd Sep '16 2:25:56 AM 59Efra
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** Former Trope Namer for PercussiveMaintenance (aka Spike Spiegel School of Repair).
13th Sep '16 4:56:02 AM Az_Tech341
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* DeFictionalization: The tape' and player for it, (which arrives a day later) in ''Speak Like a Child'', are delivered by helicopter-like robots. Delivery robots showed up around 2011 or so (although only a few companies use drone deliveries).

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* DeFictionalization: The tape' tape and player for it, (which arrives a day later) in ''Speak Like a Child'', are delivered by helicopter-like robots. Delivery robots showed up around 2011 or so (although only a few companies use drone deliveries).
26th Jul '16 5:11:30 AM gjjones
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* TheOtherDarrin: In the Mexican Spanish dub of the movie, Yamil Atala voiced Spike due to his original voice actor Genaro Vásquez living in Canada now.
13th Jun '16 10:33:58 PM dvorak
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* DeFictionalization: The tape in ''Speak Like a Child'', is delivered by a helicopter-like robot. Delivery robots showed up around 2011 or so (although only a few companies use drone deliveries).

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* DeFictionalization: The tape tape' and player for it, (which arrives a day later) in ''Speak Like a Child'', is are delivered by a helicopter-like robot.robots. Delivery robots showed up around 2011 or so (although only a few companies use drone deliveries).



** Another centers around getting a [=BetaMax=] cassette player for a tape containing [[spoiler: one of Faye's family's home movies]]-[=BetaMax=] players being completely subsumed by VCR's in the 90's; VCR's themselves taken down by DVD players, Blu-Ray's, Netflix, and video game consoles since around 2005. Of course, this is on a holo-screen 80+years removed from the format, and it's presented as a minor miracle they find one at all, on top of getting it to work.

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** Another centers around getting a [=BetaMax=] cassette player for a tape containing [[spoiler: one a movie Faye shot with her colledge class as part of Faye's family's home movies]]-[=BetaMax=] a time capsule]]-[=BetaMax=] players being completely subsumed by VCR's in the 90's; VCR's themselves taken down by DVD players, Blu-Ray's, Netflix, and video game consoles since around 2005. Of course, this is on a holo-screen 80+years removed from the format, and it's presented as a minor miracle they find one at all, on top of getting it to work.2005.
13th Jun '16 9:53:37 PM dvorak
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* DeFictionalization: The tape in ''Speak Like a Child'', is delivered by a helicopter-like robot. Delivery robots showed up around 2011 or so (although only a few companies use drone deliveries).



* DeFictionalization: The tape in ''Speak Like a Child'', is delivered by a helicopter-like robot. These robots showed up around 2011 or so.
13th Jun '16 9:38:29 PM dvorak
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* DeFictionalization: The tape in ''Speak Like a Child'', is delivered by a helicopter-like robot. These robots showed up around 2011 or so.



** Another centers around getting a [=BetaMax=] cassette player to work-[=BetaMax=]'s being completely subsumed by VCR's in the 90's; VCR's themselves taken down by DVD players, Blu-Ray's, Netflix, and video game consoles since around 2005. Of course, this is on a holo-screen 80+years removed from the format, and it's presented as a minor miracle they find one at all, on top of getting it to work.

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** Another centers around getting a [=BetaMax=] cassette player to work-[=BetaMax=]'s for a tape containing [[spoiler: one of Faye's family's home movies]]-[=BetaMax=] players being completely subsumed by VCR's in the 90's; VCR's themselves taken down by DVD players, Blu-Ray's, Netflix, and video game consoles since around 2005. Of course, this is on a holo-screen 80+years removed from the format, and it's presented as a minor miracle they find one at all, on top of getting it to work.
13th Jun '16 8:20:35 PM dvorak
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* TechnologyMarchesOn: One episode hinges on Analouge TV's less-than-perfect signals. Faye gets Spike mixed up with her mob contact because all ahe can make out from the static is the guy's suit and 'do. Which Spike shares.

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* TechnologyMarchesOn: One episode hinges on Analouge TV's less-than-perfect signals. Faye gets Spike mixed up with her mob contact because all ahe she can make out from the static is the guy's suit and 'do. Which Spike shares.
13th Jun '16 8:19:51 PM dvorak
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** Another centers around getting a BetaMax cassette player to work-[=BetaMax=]'s being completely subsumed by VCR's in the late 80's; VCR's themselves taken down by DVD players, Blu-Ray's, Netflix, and video game consoles since around 2005.

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** Another centers around getting a BetaMax [=BetaMax=] cassette player to work-[=BetaMax=]'s being completely subsumed by VCR's in the late 80's; 90's; VCR's themselves taken down by DVD players, Blu-Ray's, Netflix, and video game consoles since around 2005.2005. Of course, this is on a holo-screen 80+years removed from the format, and it's presented as a minor miracle they find one at all, on top of getting it to work.
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