History Trivia / CowboyBebop

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.
13th Jun '16 8:13:25 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.
** 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.
** Everyone smokes real cigarettes; not one vapourizer is seen.
17th Apr '16 3:29:37 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatVoice:
** In the English dub…
*** Creator/SteveBlum is Spike.
*** Faye is voiced by Creator/WendeeLee.
*** Creator/BeauBillingslea is Jet.
*** Creator/MelissaFahn is Ed.
*** Creator/SkipStellrecht is Vicious.
*** Creator/MaryElizabethMcGlynn is Julia.
*** Creator/KirkThornton is Mad Pierrot.
*** Creator/PaulStPeter is Punch.
*** Creator/DerekStephenPrince is Lin.
*** Creator/SteveStaley is Rhint.
*** Electra Ovilo in the English dub of TheMovie is voiced by Creator/JenniferHale (a rare anime role for her).
*** Also from TheMovie's English dub, Vincent Volaju is voiced by Creator/DaranNorris.
** In the Japanese dub…
*** Spike is Creator/KoichiYamadera, who was also [[Manga/GhostInTheShell Togusa]], [[Manga/RanmaOneHalf Ryoga]], and [[Manga/LupinIII the new Zenigata]].
*** Faye is voiced by Music/MegumiHayashibara, whose roles are far too numerous to mention.
*** Ed is [[Franchise/{{Digimon}} Terriermon]].
*** And Vicious is voiced by none other than Creator/NorioWakamoto.
** In the Mexican Spanish dub:
*** Spike in the TV series is [[Disney/TheLionKing Rafiki]] and [[Anime/SailorMoon Tuxedo Mask]]'s first voice and in the movie he's [[Manga/SaintSeiya Leo Aioria]] and [[WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory Dexter]].
*** Jet is [[Manga/SaintSeiya Taurus Aldebaran]].
*** Faye is [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Rarity]], [[Manga/CaptainTsubasa young Tsubasa Ohzora and Sanae Nakazawa in the 80s series]] and WesternAnimation/PepperAnn.
*** Ed is [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Naruto Uzumaki]], [[WesternAnimation/BenTen Ben Tennyson]] and [[Anime/DigimonAdventure Mimi Tachikawa]]
*** Vicious and Ein are [[Manga/SaintSeiya Phoenix Ikki]].
*** Judy is [[Manga/CardCaptorSakura Tomoyo Daidouji]].
*** Punch was [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Touji Suzuhara]], [[Manga/CardCaptorSakura Fujitaka Kinomoto]] and [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 Leonardo's first voice]].
*** Julia is [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Tsunade]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}} Princess Fiona]].
*** Vincent is [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Might Guy]], [[Anime/SailorMoon Tuxedo Mask]]'s second voice and [[Manga/DragonBall Frieza]].
16th Feb '16 5:33:06 PM GrammarNavi
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** There was a PS2 game all sent to be released in Japan and the States... then for some reason Namco-Bandai cancelled the English version and it never saw the light of day in the US. Fans are still scratching their heads wondering what happened to prevent its release. The game itself is the source of CowboyBebopAtHisComputer. There was another game for PS1 as well, which played a lot like ''VideoGame/StarFox'' and was also only released in Japan.

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** There was a PS2 [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 PS2]] game all sent to be released in Japan and the States... then for some reason Namco-Bandai cancelled the English version and it never saw the light of day in the US. Fans are still scratching their heads wondering what happened to prevent its release. The game itself is the source of CowboyBebopAtHisComputer. There was another game for PS1 [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation PS1]] as well, which played a lot like ''VideoGame/StarFox'' and was also only released in Japan.
21st Feb '15 12:38:56 AM Memetic
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*** Faye is voiced by MegumiHayashibara, whose roles are far too numerous to mention

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*** Faye is voiced by MegumiHayashibara, Music/MegumiHayashibara, whose roles are far too numerous to mention mention.


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*** And Vicious is voiced by none other than Creator/NorioWakamoto.
24th Aug '14 10:43:11 PM ZeroWizard
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** CowboyBeBopAtHisComputer: Via a really off-kilter print article about the series; see the page pic for more details.

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** CowboyBeBopAtHisComputer: CowboyBebopAtHisComputer: Via a really off-kilter print article about the series; see the page pic for more details.
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