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* SkyHeist: Lupin's current problems were caused when he attempted to steal a medal from the chest of the Supreme Leader of Gehenia, Hutler (a [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed Hitler parody]]). He had used a fishing pole from a helicopter, and accidently [[FakeHairDrama stole Hutler's toupee]]. A humiliated Hutler orders Hess and the army to fire on Lupin's copter; they're hit and crash down in a field.

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* SkyHeist: Lupin's current problems were caused when he attempted to steal a medal from the chest of the Supreme Leader of Gehenia, Hutler (a [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed Hitler parody]]). He had used a fishing pole from a helicopter, and accidently accidentally [[FakeHairDrama stole Hutler's toupee]]. A humiliated Hutler orders Hess and the army to fire on Lupin's copter; they're hit and crash down in a field.

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* SkyHeist: Lupin's current problems were caused when he attempted to steal a medal from the chest of the Supreme Leader of Gehenia, Hutler (a [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed Hitler parody]]). He had used a fishing pole from a helicopter, and accidently [[FakeHairDrama stole Hutler's toupee]]. A humiliated Hutler orders Hess and the army to fire on Lupin's copter; they're hit and crash down in a field.


* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Provides another example between Lupin and Fujiko. She refuses to let him perform his [[YouShallNotPass Heroic Last Stand]] alone, later he tries to spare her his fate by insisting she leave him (at gunpoint, no less!), and in the end they decide that if they're going to die, they're going to do so together. In fact, they seem [[NightmareFetishist downright ecstatic at the idea]].



* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: A very rare episode where Fujiko never actively tries to screw Lupin or his gang out of anything.

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* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: A very rare episode where Fujiko never actively tries to screw Lupin or his gang out of anything. More so than that, she refuses to let him perform his [[YouShallNotPass Heroic Last Stand]] alone. Later he tries to spare her his fate by insisting she leave him (at gunpoint, no less!), and in the end they decide that if they're going to die, they're going to do so together. In fact, they seem [[NightmareFetishist downright ecstatic at the idea]].

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* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Provides another example between Lupin and Fujiko. She refuses to let him perform his [[YouShallNotPass Heroic Last Stand]] alone, later he tries to spare her his fate by insisting she leave him (at gunpoint, no less!), and in the end they decide that if they're going to die, they're going to do so together. In fact, they seem [[NightmareFetishist downright ecstatic at the idea]].


* ThoseWackyNazis: They're not Nazis! Really!

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* ThoseWackyNazis: They're not Nazis! Really!Really!
* YouHaveFailedMe: Hess' ultimate off-screen fate is to be executed, due to failing to eliminate Lupin.


Dawn comes, and the tanks begin firing on the castle. Lupin takes one of his remaining bullets and shoots the hat off of Hess' head. He's down to the last two in the gun, and asks Fujiko if she's sure about her choice. As the two share a last moment, a rose on a rope descends out of nowhere. The two look up to see Jigen and Goemon waving from their balloon. As Hess orders his tanks to fire on the balloon, it turns, revealing what Goemon has painted on the other side: a badly done picture of Hutler. As Hess cannot fire on an image of his supreme leader, no matter how goofy, he and his men are forced to salute the balloon as Lupin and Fujiko climb aboard and the gang flies to safety. Zenigata is set free, and Hess is left to deal with a furious Hutler, who orders the firing squad for the general.

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Dawn comes, and the tanks begin firing on the castle. Lupin takes one of his remaining bullets and shoots the hat off of Hess' head. He's down to the last two one in the gun, and asks Fujiko if she's sure about her choice. As the two share a last moment, a rose on a rope descends out of nowhere. The two look up to see Jigen and Goemon waving from their balloon. As Hess orders his tanks to fire on the balloon, it turns, revealing what Goemon has painted on the other side: a badly done picture of Hutler. As Hess cannot fire on an image of his supreme leader, no matter how goofy, he and his men are forced to salute the balloon as Lupin and Fujiko climb aboard and the gang flies to safety. Zenigata is set free, and Hess is left to deal with a furious Hutler, who orders the firing squad for the general.


* ShoutOut: Hutler's dance with the globe is a reference to a similar scene in Creator/CharlieChaplin's ''TheGreatDictator''.

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* ShoutOut: Hutler's dance with the globe is a reference to a similar scene in Creator/CharlieChaplin's ''TheGreatDictator''.''Film/TheGreatDictator''.


* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Hutler just ''might'' be a caricature of AdolfHitler. (and without his toupee, he looks a lot like Benito Mussolini)

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Hutler just ''might'' be a caricature of AdolfHitler.UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler. (and without his toupee, he looks a lot like Benito Mussolini)


* BigDamnHeroes: Jigen and Goemon.

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* BigDamnHeroes: Jigen and Goemon.Goemon, who arrive at the last minute in a hand-sewn hot air balloon.


'''"Lupin Up Against the Wall"'''[[hottip:*:追いつめられたルパン (''Oitsumerareta Lupin'')]], with the English title '''"Hell Toupee"'''. Released in 2003 by Geneon on ''Volume 4: Thieves' Paradise''.

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'''"Lupin Up Against the Wall"'''[[hottip:*:追いつめられたルパン Wall"'''[[note]]追いつめられたルパン (''Oitsumerareta Lupin'')]], Lupin'')[[/note]], with the English title '''"Hell Toupee"'''. Released in 2003 by Geneon on ''Volume 4: Thieves' Paradise''.


* IncrediblyLamePun: The English episode title ("Hell to pay.")

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* IncrediblyLamePun: The English episode title ("Hell to pay.")pay")



* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Hutler just ''might'' be a caricature of AdolfHitler.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Hutler just ''might'' be a caricature of AdolfHitler. (and without his toupee, he looks a lot like Benito Mussolini)


'''"Lupin Up Against the Wall"'''[[hottip:*:追いつめられたルパン (Oitsumerareta Lupin)]], with the English title '''"Hell Toupee"'''. Released in 2003 by Geneon on ''Volume 4: Thieves' Paradise''.

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'''"Lupin Up Against the Wall"'''[[hottip:*:追いつめられたルパン (Oitsumerareta Lupin)]], (''Oitsumerareta Lupin'')]], with the English title '''"Hell Toupee"'''. Released in 2003 by Geneon on ''Volume 4: Thieves' Paradise''.


* ShoutOut: Hutler's dance with the globe is a reference to a similar scene in CharlieChaplin's ''TheGreatDictator''.

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* ShoutOut: Hutler's dance with the globe is a reference to a similar scene in CharlieChaplin's Creator/CharlieChaplin's ''TheGreatDictator''.


'''"Lupin Up Against the Wall"'''[[hottip:*: 追いつめられたルパン (Oitsumerareta Lupin)]], with the English title '''"Hell Toupee"'''. Released in 2003 by Geneon on ''Volume 4: Thieves' Paradise''.

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'''"Lupin Up Against the Wall"'''[[hottip:*: 追いつめられたルパン Wall"'''[[hottip:*:追いつめられたルパン (Oitsumerareta Lupin)]], with the English title '''"Hell Toupee"'''. Released in 2003 by Geneon on ''Volume 4: Thieves' Paradise''.


'''"Lupin Up Against the Wall"''', with the English title '''"Hell Toupee"'''. Released in 2003 by Geneon on ''Volume 4: Thieves' Paradise''.

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'''"Lupin Up Against the Wall"''', Wall"'''[[hottip:*: 追いつめられたルパン (Oitsumerareta Lupin)]], with the English title '''"Hell Toupee"'''. Released in 2003 by Geneon on ''Volume 4: Thieves' Paradise''.

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