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This is a ''[[SarcasmMode completely accurate]]'' recap page for the ''Sailor Moon'' series. ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'' has its own [[Recap/SailorMoonCrystal recap page]]. Main episode titles are from Creator/VizMedia's uncut release, as are titles for the films and ''[=SuperS=] Special'' Segments; the alternate titles are from the original English dub of the series in the format: (aka, "[DIC/Cloverway episode title]").

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This is a ''[[SarcasmMode completely accurate]]'' A recap page for the ''Sailor Moon'' series. ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'' has its own [[Recap/SailorMoonCrystal recap page]]. Main episode titles are from Creator/VizMedia's uncut release, as are titles for the films and ''[=SuperS=] Special'' Segments; the alternate titles are from the original English dub of the series in the format: (aka, "[DIC/Cloverway episode title]").


#"Pegasus's Secret: The Boy Who Protects the Dream World" (aka, "Pegasus Revealed"): In which Usagi and Chibi-Usa switch bodies, [=PallaPalla=] auditions for a job on ''Series/WonderShowzen'', and the villain of the week is a gum... bunny... thing that can turn into a Playboy bunny. And is blue. And spits out creepy gum baby things. The other Sailor Team members only appear in their Guardian identities in a filler episode, a rarity even for ''Super S''.

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#"Pegasus's Secret: The Boy Who Protects the Dream World" (aka, "Pegasus Revealed"): In which Usagi and Chibi-Usa switch bodies, ages, [=PallaPalla=] auditions for a job on ''Series/WonderShowzen'', and the villain of the week is a gum... bunny... thing that can turn into a Playboy bunny. And is blue. And spits out creepy gum baby things. The other Sailor Team members only appear in their Guardian identities in a filler episode, a rarity even for ''Super S''.


#"The Crybaby: Usagi's Beautiful Transformation" (aka, " A Moon Star is Born"): Thanks to the powers of a talking cat from the moon, a clumsy, overemotional teenage girl with weird hair gets superpowers. Thanks, cat. Also, she encounters a monster that's an utter horror and starts getting a crush on a man in a tuxedo who throws roses.

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#"The Crybaby: Usagi's Beautiful Transformation" (aka, " A "A Moon Star is Born"): Thanks to the powers of a talking cat from the moon, a clumsy, overemotional teenage girl with weird hair gets superpowers. Thanks, cat. Also, she encounters a monster that's an utter horror and starts getting a crush on a man in a tuxedo who throws roses.


#"Usagi's Eternal Wish: a Brand New Life": Sailor Moon redeems Endymion, becomes the Princess, and presses the ResetButton located directly in Queen Beryl/Metaria's face. That's the Power of Love, folks![[note]] In the [=DiC=] dub, this and the previous episode aired as one episode – "Day of Destiny" – due to all the scenes of death and violence that had to be cut. Buncha cowards.[[/note]]

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#"Usagi's Eternal Wish: a Brand New Life": Sailor Moon redeems Endymion, becomes the Princess, and presses the ResetButton located directly in Queen Beryl/Metaria's Beryl/Metalia's face. That's the Power of Love, folks![[note]] In folks![[note]]In the [=DiC=] dub, this and the previous episode aired as one episode – "Day of Destiny" – due to all the scenes of death and violence that had to be cut. Buncha cowards.[[/note]]
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#"Catch Pegasus: The Amazon's Trap" (aka, "Baiting The Trap"): The Amazon Trio has a clever plan to capture the Pegasus which involves herding it into a box. And Naru (the annoying redhead named "Molly" in the English dub) comes back and, once again, gets seduced by the villain.

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#"Catch Pegasus: The Amazon's Trap" (aka, "Baiting The Trap"): The Amazon Trio has a clever plan to capture the Pegasus which involves herding it into a box. And Naru (the annoying redhead named "Molly" in the English dub) comes back and, once again, gets seduced by the villain.


#"Usagi's Parental Love: The Curry Romance Triangle" (aka, "A Curried Favor"): Usagi still can't cook, Minako nearly goes to the hospital, and the droid for this episode is a slightly racist JosephineBaker expy.

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#"Usagi's Parental Love: The Curry Romance Triangle" (aka, "A Curried Favor"): Usagi still can't cook, Minako nearly goes to the hospital, and the droid for this episode is a slightly racist JosephineBaker Creator/JosephineBaker expy.


#"In Search of the Silver Crystal: Chibi-Usa's Secret" (aka, "Trouble Comes Thundering Down"): Usagi and Chibiusa are roughly equally afraid of lightning… and an obnoxious, drum-playing droid. And Usagi? [[Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick On behalf of all the men in this city: Thanks for wearing a short skirt while flying. You've given me a lot to think about.]]

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#"In Search of the Silver Crystal: Chibi-Usa's Secret" (aka, "Trouble Comes Thundering Down"): Usagi and Chibiusa Chibi-Usa are roughly equally afraid of lightning… and an obnoxious, drum-playing droid. And Usagi? [[Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick On behalf of all the men in this city: Thanks for wearing a short skirt while flying. You've given me a lot to think about.]]



#"Protect Chibi-Usa: Clash of the Ten Warriors" (aka, "Naughty N' Nice"): Somebody gets peed on for the second time this season. We finally learn a bit about the villains and why Chibiusa is here. The entry of a late comer (thanks as ever, Tuxedo Mask) makes a lie out of the titular battle's name.

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#"Protect Chibi-Usa: Clash of the Ten Warriors" (aka, "Naughty N' Nice"): Somebody gets peed on for the second time this season. We finally learn a bit about the villains and why Chibiusa Chibi-Usa is here. The entry of a late comer (thanks as ever, Tuxedo Mask) makes a lie out of the titular battle's name.



#"A UFO Appears: The Sailor Guardians Abducted" (aka, "Rubeus Evens the Score"): Chibiusa steals the Silver Crystal and basically hands it over to the villains. [[WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} Usagi devours cookies too quickly for the animation to follow]] and, for some reason, Mamoru owns a tiny Tuxedo Mask puppet.

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#"A UFO Appears: The Sailor Guardians Abducted" (aka, "Rubeus Evens the Score"): Chibiusa Chibi-Usa steals the Silver Crystal and basically hands it over to the villains. [[WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} Usagi devours cookies too quickly for the animation to follow]] and, for some reason, Mamoru owns a tiny Tuxedo Mask puppet.



#"The Mysterious New Guardian: Sailor Pluto Appears" (aka, "The Secret of the Luna Sphere"): The Sailor Scouts take a journey into Chibiusa's mind to save her from a demon. Usagi must have spent her experience points from defeating Rubeus because she swordfights Death, gives an awesome speech, and is generally bad-ass the entire episode. Wait, is this the right show? Did someone send a fanfic of this show as a script by mistake?

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#"The Mysterious New Guardian: Sailor Pluto Appears" (aka, "The Secret of the Luna Sphere"): The Sailor Scouts take a journey into Chibiusa's Chibi-Usa's mind to save her from a demon. Usagi must have spent her experience points from defeating Rubeus because she swordfights Death, gives an awesome speech, and is generally bad-ass the entire episode. Wait, is this the right show? Did someone send a fanfic of this show as a script by mistake?



#"The Dark Gate Is Completed? The Targeted Elementary School" (aka, "Child's Play"): The villains turn Chibiusa's grade school into Thunderdome. The Sailor Scouts straight up murder the bad guys this week. No, they weren't demons or robots, but they just got Moon Princess Eliminated for real.
#"Journey to the Future: Battle in the Space-Time Corridor" (aka, "Future Shocked"): The gang do the time warp again, meet Sailor Pluto, and get lost in space-time forever. Chibiusa finally stands up for herself in a shockingly ineffective manner.

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#"The Dark Gate Is Completed? The Targeted Elementary School" (aka, "Child's Play"): The villains turn Chibiusa's Chibi-Usa's grade school into Thunderdome. The Sailor Scouts straight up murder the bad guys this week. No, they weren't demons or robots, but they just got Moon Princess Eliminated for real.
#"Journey to the Future: Battle in the Space-Time Corridor" (aka, "Future Shocked"): The gang do the time warp again, meet Sailor Pluto, and get lost in space-time forever. Chibiusa Chibi-Usa finally stands up for herself in a shockingly ineffective manner.



#"Wiseman's Evil Hand: Chibiusa Disappears" (aka, "Jealousy's Just Reward"): Chibiusa wanders off and gets kidnapped (yup, definitely related to Usagi). Meanwhile, Esmeralda goes to Wiseman for a power-up, and enjoys it for all of two seconds.
#"The Dark Queen: Birth of Black Lady" (aka, "Birth of Wicked Lady"): Wiseman casts some hypnosis whammy on Chibiusa and ages her up to Evil (on the plus side, Chibi-Usa cleans up very nice as a young woman). Sailor Moon used The Power of Love! It's not very effective…

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#"Wiseman's Evil Hand: Chibiusa Chibi-Usa Disappears" (aka, "Jealousy's Just Reward"): Chibiusa Chibi-Usa wanders off and gets kidnapped (yup, definitely related to Usagi). Meanwhile, Esmeralda goes to Wiseman for a power-up, and enjoys it for all of two seconds.
#"The Dark Queen: Birth of Black Lady" (aka, "Birth of Wicked Lady"): Wiseman casts some hypnosis whammy on Chibiusa Chibi-Usa and ages her up to Evil (on the plus side, Chibi-Usa cleans up very nice as a young woman). Sailor Moon used The Power of Love! It's not very effective…



#"The Final Battle Between Light and Dark: Pledge of Love for the Future" (aka, "Final Battle"): Sailor Moon and Tuxedo Mask use The Power of Love to cure Black Lady Chibiusa! It's Super Effective! Wiseman's Evil Dark Crystal is no match for ''Silver Crystal Double Trouble!'' Chibiusa bids a sad goodbye, gets in her [=deLorean=] and goes back to the future.

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#"The Final Battle Between Light and Dark: Pledge of Love for the Future" (aka, "Final Battle"): Sailor Moon and Tuxedo Mask use The Power of Love to cure Black Lady Chibiusa! Chibi-Usa! It's Super Effective! Wiseman's Evil Dark Crystal is no match for ''Silver Crystal Double Trouble!'' Chibiusa Chibi-Usa bids a sad goodbye, gets in her [=deLorean=] and goes back to the future.



#"The Arrival of a Small Pretty Guardian" (aka, "Hello, Sailor Mini Moon"): At a local festival, the new arrival from the Witches 5 dispenses with the B.S. and employs drive-by shooting. Chibiusa pops back in from the future with Baby's First Special Attack on a drummer monster.

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#"The Arrival of a Small Pretty Guardian" (aka, "Hello, Sailor Mini Moon"): At a local festival, the new arrival from the Witches 5 dispenses with the B.S. and employs drive-by shooting. Chibiusa pops Chibi-Usa gets out of her TARDIS and comes back in from the future with Baby's First Special Attack on a drummer monster.



#"The Perfect Couple: Usagi and Mamoru's Love" (aka, "Perfect Couple"): Mamoru, Usagi, and Chibiusa re-enact ''Back to the Future''. The monster of the week is a balloon that gets popped, so there's that...

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#"The Perfect Couple: Usagi and Mamoru's Love" (aka, "Perfect Couple"): Mamoru, Usagi, and Chibiusa Chibi-Usa re-enact ''Back to the Future''. The monster of the week is a balloon that gets popped, so there's that...


#"Night of Destiny: Ordeals of a Guardian": In which Sailor Teleport is nothing compared to hurled shards of a wine glass, a random party split causes the most humorous pairings possible, and that Ami could've been a basketball coach in another life.

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#"Night of Destiny: Ordeals of a Guardian": The Sailor Guardians’ Ordeals": In which Sailor Teleport is nothing compared to hurled shards of a wine glass, a random party split causes the most humorous pairings possible, and that Ami could've been a basketball coach in another life.



#"Moon Power of Love: End of the Nightmare": The long battle between Nehellenia and the Sailor Guardians finally comes to an end by giving her another chance to start again... But in turn the final enemy surfaces. Oh, and Super Sailor Moon permanently evolves to Eternal Sailor Moon! Sadly though, it's also the end of the road for Chibi-Usa and Diana in the series. *sob*

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#"Moon Power of Love: End of the Nightmare": The Nightmare Ends": The long battle between Nehellenia and the Sailor Guardians finally comes to an end by giving her another chance to start again... But in turn the final enemy surfaces. Oh, and Super Sailor Moon permanently evolves to Eternal Sailor Moon! Sadly though, it's also the end of the road for Chibi-Usa and Diana in the series. *sob*



#"A Fighter's True Spirit: Shocking Super Transformation": Seiya enters into the exciting world of musical theater, but his director is the kind of Sister who puts on an act.

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#"A Fighter's True Spirit: #"Fighter's Secret Identity: the Shocking Super Transformation": Seiya enters into the exciting world of musical theater, but his director is the kind of Sister who puts on an act.



#"Countdown to Destruction: The Sailor Guardians' Final Battle": Whoops, the Inners are down! And so is 99.9% percent of the population. But hey, the Outers are coming, so it can't get worse, right? Right? Also, Usagi finds out the reason why Mamoru never replied back...

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#"Countdown to Destruction: The Sailor Guardians' Final Last Battle": Whoops, the Inners are down! And so is 99.9% percent of the population. But hey, the Outers are coming, so it can't get worse, right? Right? Also, Usagi finds out the reason why Mamoru never replied back...



#"Usagi's Love: The Moonlight illuminates the Galaxy":[[labelnote:RATED TV-14]] [[Creator/{{Hulu}} "The following is intended only for mature audiences. Viewer discretion advised."]] This is despite Hulu having ran the Mercury naked scene in episode 151 without any disclaimer. When it was first posted, they rated the episode TV-MA.[[/labelnote]] AKA "The episode where Usagi gets nekkid [[BarbieDollAnatomy but she doesn't have anything]]." Also, EveryoneLives! YAY! In fact, the Sailor Starlights have the distinction of not dying even once. It's the last of Sailor Moon on television at that point in Japan... [[Series/PrettyGuardianSailorMoon until 2003]], and the last Sailor Moon animation produced [[Anime/SailorMoonCrystal until 2014]]. Next week: ''[[Anime/CuteyHoney Cutey Honey Flash!]]'' [[labelnote:*]] The aforementioned show was the next series to air in its timeslot after the ''Sailor Stars'' season and shared a lot of the same production staff. [[/labelnote]]

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#"Usagi's Love: The Moonlight illuminates Illuminates the Galaxy":[[labelnote:RATED TV-14]] [[Creator/{{Hulu}} "The following is intended only for mature audiences. Viewer discretion advised."]] This is despite Hulu having ran the Mercury naked scene in episode 151 without any disclaimer. When it was first posted, they rated the episode TV-MA.[[/labelnote]] AKA "The episode where Usagi gets nekkid [[BarbieDollAnatomy but she doesn't have anything]]." Also, EveryoneLives! YAY! In fact, the Sailor Starlights have the distinction of not dying even once. It's the last of Sailor Moon on television at that point in Japan... [[Series/PrettyGuardianSailorMoon until 2003]], and the last Sailor Moon animation produced [[Anime/SailorMoonCrystal until 2014]]. Next week: ''[[Anime/CuteyHoney Cutey Honey Flash!]]'' [[labelnote:*]] The aforementioned show was the next series to air in its timeslot after the ''Sailor Stars'' season and shared a lot of the same production staff. [[/labelnote]]


#"Usagi in Tears: a Glass Slipper for My Birthday" (aka, "Birthday Blues, Part 1"): I'm not saying she's a gold digger, but she ain't messing with no broke...uh, Usagi gets Mamoru to buy her some Cinderella-style glass slippers as a birthday present, and then they immediately get turned into a demon. This is why the dumb broad can't have nice things.
#"The Stolen Pure Heart: Usagi's Crisis" (aka, "Birthday Blues, Part 2"): Picking up from the previous episode...without her transforming trinket, Usagi can finally be replaced as Sailor Moon by somebody competent. She won't because StatusQuoIsGod, but while she's out of commission, the new Sailor Scouts take out the first of the villains. Only a heck of a lot more to go!

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#"Usagi in Tears: a Glass Slipper for My Birthday" (aka, "Birthday Blues, Part 1"): I'm not saying she's a gold digger, but she ain't messing with no broke...uh, Usagi gets Mamoru to buy her some Cinderella-style glass slippers as a birthday present, and then they immediately get turned into a demon. This is why the dumb broad we can't have nice things.
#"The Stolen Pure Heart: Usagi's Crisis" (aka, "Birthday Blues, Part 2"): Picking up from the previous episode...without her transforming trinket, Usagi can finally be replaced as can't transform into Sailor Moon by somebody competent. She won't because StatusQuoIsGod, but while Moon. While she's out of commission, the new Sailor Scouts take out the first of the villains. Only a heck of a lot more to go!



#"The Death of Uranus and Neptune: The Talisman Appears" (aka, "Destiny's Arrival"): Michiru gets executed by automated firing squad, prompting Haruka to commit suicide by shooting herself in the chest with a rifle, cruelly revealing that they carried the season's MacGuffin's in their hearts all along. The viewer may want to take a break from watching this show in favor of something more life-affirming, like the opening scene of ''Film/SavingPrivateRyan'' or that episode of ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' where Stewie destroys his time machine [[spoiler: just as Brian temporarily dies after getting hit by a car]].

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#"The Death of Uranus and Neptune: The Talisman Appears" (aka, "Destiny's Arrival"): Michiru gets executed by automated firing squad, prompting Haruka to commit suicide by shooting herself in the chest with a rifle, cruelly revealing that they carried the season's MacGuffin's in their hearts all along. The viewer may want to take a break from watching this show in favor of something more life-affirming, like the opening scene of ''Film/SavingPrivateRyan'' or that episode of ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' where Stewie destroys his time machine [[spoiler: just as Brian temporarily dies after getting hit by a car]].


#"Super Transformation Once Again: Pegasus's Power (aka, "No Ordinary Horsepower"): Rita (Andrew's girlfriend from ''way'' back in Sailor Moon Classic during the Rainbow Crystals arc) returns and gets targeted by Tiger's Eye, a hot redhead with razorblade earrings who shackles her to a board and forces her dream mirror out of her chest (and one of the aforementioned pick-up artist mini-bosses). And you thought ''Fifty Shades of Grey'' was needlessly and explicitly sexual.

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#"Super Transformation Once Again: Pegasus's Power Power" (aka, "No Ordinary Horsepower"): Rita (Andrew's girlfriend from ''way'' back in Sailor Moon Classic during the Rainbow Crystals arc) returns and gets targeted by Tiger's Eye, a hot redhead with razorblade earrings who shackles her to a board and forces her dream mirror out of her chest (and one of the aforementioned pick-up artist mini-bosses). And you thought ''Fifty Shades of Grey'' was needlessly and explicitly sexual.



#"Drive to the Heavens: The Dream Car Fueled with Love" (aka,"Driven Dreamer"): Ami gets a job as a car mechanic's assistant who is working on her deceased husband's car because, hey, it's cheaper than actual therapy. We got a very sadistic trapeze artist as the villain of the episode (and, once again, Usagi's fear of heights is triggered) and Hawk Eye's fake beard doesn't match his cotton-candy pink hair.

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#"Drive to the Heavens: The Dream Car Fueled with Love" (aka,"Driven (aka, "Driven Dreamer"): Ami gets a job as a car mechanic's assistant who is working on her deceased husband's car because, hey, it's cheaper than actual therapy. We got a very sadistic trapeze artist as the villain of the episode (and, once again, Usagi's fear of heights is triggered) and Hawk Eye's fake beard doesn't match his cotton-candy pink hair.



#"Pegasus Disappears: Wavering Friendship", (aka "Dream Believer"): Chibi-Usa and her classmates (and eventually the Sailor Team) help a fellow student prepare his entry in the next Flugtag competition. The plot of the series threatens to develop, but everything returns to normal by the end of the episode (the preview thankfully reveals that something will happen in the next one).

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#"Pegasus Disappears: Wavering Friendship", (aka (aka, "Dream Believer"): Chibi-Usa and her classmates (and eventually the Sailor Team) help a fellow student prepare his entry in the next Flugtag competition. The plot of the series threatens to develop, but everything returns to normal by the end of the episode (the preview thankfully reveals that something will happen in the next one).


#"Protect Mom's Dream: Double Moon's New Attack" (aka, "Sweet Dreams"): Hawkseye's "thing" turns out to be older women as he puts the creepy moves on Usagi's mom. Meanwhile, the viewer fights the urge to vomit, and the monster for the episodes is a human cannonball who (in the English dub) sounds like a Jewish-American princess from Staten Island.

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#"Protect Mom's Dream: Double Moon's New Attack" (aka, "Sweet Dreams"): Hawkseye's "thing" turns out to be older women as he puts the creepy moves on Usagi's mom. Meanwhile, the viewer fights the urge to vomit, and the monster for the episodes is a human cannonball who (in the original English dub) sounds like a Jewish-American princess from Staten Island.


This is a ''[[SarcasmMode completely accurate]]'' recap page for the ''Sailor Moon'' series. ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'' has its own [[Recap/SailorMoonCrystal recap page]]. Main episode titles are from Creator/VizMedia's uncut release, as are titles for the films; the alternate titles are from the original English dub of the series in the format: (aka, "[DIC/Cloverway episode title]"). (Titles of the specials are translated from the original Japanese.)

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This is a ''[[SarcasmMode completely accurate]]'' recap page for the ''Sailor Moon'' series. ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'' has its own [[Recap/SailorMoonCrystal recap page]]. Main episode titles are from Creator/VizMedia's uncut release, as are titles for the films; films and ''[=SuperS=] Special'' Segments; the alternate titles are from the original English dub of the series in the format: (aka, "[DIC/Cloverway episode title]"). (Titles of the specials are translated from the original Japanese.)
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#"A Magnificent Transformation? Crybaby Usagi's Growth Diary": REEEEEECAAAAAAAAAAP! Yep, it's a recap of the past three seasons in case anybody missed it.
#"The Return of Haruka and Michiru! The Ghostly Puppet Show" Haruka and Michiru return... to defeat Chucky from ''Film/ChildsPlay'' and decide to stay out of the show until ''Stars''. Good for them.
#"Chibiusa's Adventure! The Dreaded Vampire Castle" Chibi-Usa meets a new friend. Spoiler: She's a VAMPIRE! Super-duper spoiler: She lives in the titular vampire castle! Super-duper times 2 spoiler: She gets beaten by a Guardian power-up involving garlic. Oh, and somehow she was working for the Dead Moon Circus or something like that.

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#"A Magnificent Beautiful Transformation? The Journey and Growth of the Crybaby Usagi's Growth Diary": Usagi": REEEEEECAAAAAAAAAAP! Yep, it's a recap of the past three seasons in case anybody missed it.
#"The Return of Haruka #"Haruka and Michiru! Michiru Return: The Ghostly Puppet Show" Play" Haruka and Michiru return... to defeat Chucky from ''Film/ChildsPlay'' and decide to stay out of the show until ''Stars''. Good for them.
#"Chibiusa's Adventure! #"Chibi-Usa's Adventure: The Dreaded Vampire Castle" Mansion of Terror" Chibi-Usa meets a new friend. Spoiler: She's a VAMPIRE! Super-duper spoiler: She lives in the titular vampire castle! Super-duper times 2 spoiler: She gets beaten by a Guardian power-up involving garlic. Oh, and somehow she was working for the Dead Moon Circus or something like that.


* ''Sailor Moon R: The Movie'' (aka "Sailor Moon R: The Movie: The Promise of the Rose"): Mamoru's ex-boyfriend returns with a vengeance… and he's bringing a giant asteroid that will destroy the Earth with killer flowers.

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* ''Sailor Moon R: The Movie'' (aka "Sailor ''Sailor Moon R: The Movie: The Promise of the Rose"): Rose''): Mamoru's ex-boyfriend returns with a vengeance… and he's bringing a giant asteroid that will destroy the Earth with killer flowers.



* ''Sailor Moon S: The Movie'' (aka "Sailor Moon S: The Movie: Hearts in Ice"): Luna falls for a human scientist and the Sailor Guardians get their asses kicked by ice demons. Way to sacrifice, Luna.

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* ''Sailor Moon S: The Movie'' (aka "Sailor ''Sailor Moon S: The Movie: Hearts in Ice"): Ice''): Luna falls for a human scientist and the Sailor Guardians get their asses kicked by ice demons. Way to sacrifice, Luna.



* ''Sailor Moon [=SuperS=]: The Movie'' (aka "Sailor Moon [=SuperS=]: The Movie: Black Dream Hole"): Prepare yourself for kidnappings, new love interests, and terrible dialogue (in the English version) as the Guardians battle the henchmen of an evil villain who doesn't show up until 25 minutes into the movie and Chibi-Usa forgets Pegasus and falls in love with some other guy who's never seen again. Also, the movie where Neptune said her infamous HoYay line to Uranus. Oh, and the Black Dream Hole only shows up for 7-8 minutes despite being in the title. The final theatrically released film of ''Sailor Moon''.

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* ''Sailor Moon [=SuperS=]: The Movie'' (aka "Sailor ''Sailor Moon [=SuperS=]: The Movie: Black Dream Hole"): Hole''): Prepare yourself for kidnappings, new love interests, and terrible dialogue (in the English version) as the Guardians battle the henchmen of an evil villain who doesn't show up until 25 minutes into the movie and Chibi-Usa forgets Pegasus and falls in love with some other guy who's never seen again. Also, the movie where Neptune said her infamous HoYay line to Uranus. Oh, and the Black Dream Hole only shows up for 7-8 minutes despite being in the title. The final theatrically released film of ''Sailor Moon''.


This is a ''[[SarcasmMode completely accurate]]'' recap page for the ''Sailor Moon'' series. ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'' has its own [[Recap/SailorMoonCrystal recap page]]. Episode titles are from Creator/VizMedia's uncut release, as are titles for the films. (Titles of the specials are translated from the original Japanese.)

Note that several episodes from the first two seasons were cut from the original North American run of the series – overseen by Creator/DiC and Cloverway – in the 1990's; they are noted below, with that version's titles in the format: (aka, "[DIC/Cloverway episode title]" ).

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This is a ''[[SarcasmMode completely accurate]]'' recap page for the ''Sailor Moon'' series. ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'' has its own [[Recap/SailorMoonCrystal recap page]]. Episode Main episode titles are from Creator/VizMedia's uncut release, as are titles for the films.films; the alternate titles are from the original English dub of the series in the format: (aka, "[DIC/Cloverway episode title]"). (Titles of the specials are translated from the original Japanese.)

Note that several episodes from the first two seasons were cut from the original North American run of the series – overseen by Creator/DiC and Cloverway – in the 1990's; they are noted below, with that version's titles in the format: (aka, "[DIC/Cloverway episode title]" ).
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* ''Sailor Moon R: The Movie': Mamoru's ex-boyfriend returns with a vengeance… and he's bringing a giant asteroid that will destroy the Earth with killer flowers.

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* ''Sailor Moon R: The Movie': Movie'' (aka "Sailor Moon R: The Movie: The Promise of the Rose"): Mamoru's ex-boyfriend returns with a vengeance… and he's bringing a giant asteroid that will destroy the Earth with killer flowers.



* ''Sailor Moon S: The Movie'': Luna falls for a human scientist and the Sailor Guardians get their asses kicked by ice demons. Way to sacrifice, Luna.

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* ''Sailor Moon S: The Movie'': Movie'' (aka "Sailor Moon S: The Movie: Hearts in Ice"): Luna falls for a human scientist and the Sailor Guardians get their asses kicked by ice demons. Way to sacrifice, Luna.



* ''Sailor Moon [=SuperS=]: The Movie'': Prepare yourself for kidnappings, new love interests, and terrible dialogue (in the English version) as the Guardians battle the henchmen of an evil villain who doesn't show up until 25 minutes into the movie and Chibi-Usa forgets Pegasus and falls in love with some other guy who's never seen again. Also, the movie where Neptune said her infamous HoYay line to Uranus. Oh, and the Black Dream Hole only shows up for 7-8 minutes despite being in the title. The final theatrically released film of ''Sailor Moon''.

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* ''Sailor Moon [=SuperS=]: The Movie'': Movie'' (aka "Sailor Moon [=SuperS=]: The Movie: Black Dream Hole"): Prepare yourself for kidnappings, new love interests, and terrible dialogue (in the English version) as the Guardians battle the henchmen of an evil villain who doesn't show up until 25 minutes into the movie and Chibi-Usa forgets Pegasus and falls in love with some other guy who's never seen again. Also, the movie where Neptune said her infamous HoYay line to Uranus. Oh, and the Black Dream Hole only shows up for 7-8 minutes despite being in the title. The final theatrically released film of ''Sailor Moon''.

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