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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: On the revived Toonami broadcast and the official streams, the first opening is replaced by [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ER1OCDjKhl8 Hanyou]] from the OST instead of "CHANGE THE WORLD" due to the rights to use the song expiring, this affects ''ALL'' releases of the series both internationally and ''even in Japan'' because this began with the Japanese rebroadcast of the show and this also means that an inevitable Blu-ray release won't have "CHANGE THE WORLD" either. Averted with the 2020 North American Blu-Ray release and the Channel 4 streams in the UK, which features "CHANGE THE WORLD" as the first opening. Hopefully, this could mean that future prints of the series will also restore the song.

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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: On the revived Toonami broadcast and the official streams, the first opening is and fifth openings and eight ending are replaced by [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ER1OCDjKhl8 Hanyou]] music from the OST instead of "CHANGE THE WORLD" due to the rights to use the song expiring, this songs coming from Johnny's Entertainment. This affects ''ALL'' ''all'' releases of the series both internationally and ''even in Japan'' because this began with the Japanese rebroadcast of the show and this also means that an inevitable Blu-ray release won't have "CHANGE THE WORLD" them either. Averted with the 2020 North American Blu-Ray release and the Channel 4 streams in the UK, which features "CHANGE THE WORLD" as the first opening.them intact. Hopefully, this could mean that future prints of the series will also restore the song.


* ScrewedByTheLawyers: On the revived Toonami broadcast and the official streams, the first opening is replaced by [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ER1OCDjKhl8 Hanyou]] from the OST instead of "CHANGE THE WORLD" due to the rights to use the song expiring, this affects ''ALL'' releases of the series both internationally and ''even in Japan'' because this began with the Japanese rebroadcast of the show and this also means that an inevitable Blu-ray release won't have "CHANGE THE WORLD" either. Averted with the 2020 North American Blu-Ray release and the Channel 4 streams in the UK, which features "CHANGE THE WORLD" as the first opening. Hopefully, this could mean that future prints of the series will also restore the song.



* ScrewedByTheLawyers: On the revived Toonami broadcast and the official streams, the first opening is replaced by [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ER1OCDjKhl8 Hanyou]] from the OST instead of "CHANGE THE WORLD" due to the rights to use the song expiring, this affects ''ALL'' releases of the series both internationally and ''even in Japan'' because this began with the Japanese rebroadcast of the show and this also means that an inevitable Blu-ray release won't have "CHANGE THE WORLD" either. Averted with the 2020 North American Blu-Ray release and the Channel 4 streams in the UK, which features "CHANGE THE WORLD" as the first opening. Hopefully, this could mean that future prints of the series will also restore the song.


*** She's since come back to her part for her cameo in ''YashaHime''.

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*** She's since come back to her part for her cameo in ''YashaHime''.''Yashahime''.


** [[https://twitter.com/HelenaWayneBlog/status/1279454784563675146 According to this tweet]], Stori didn't reprise the part due to the fans being unable to separate [[IAmNotSpock the character from her actress.]] This treatment also made Kikyo's actress, Willow Johnson, retire from voicework altogether after finishing the Final Act [[BaseBreakingCharacter with all the unflattering feedback from fans.]] *** She's since come back to her part for her cameo in ''YashaHime''.

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** [[https://twitter.com/HelenaWayneBlog/status/1279454784563675146 According to this tweet]], Stori didn't reprise the part due to the fans being unable to separate [[IAmNotSpock the character from her actress.]] This treatment also made Kikyo's actress, Willow Johnson, retire from voicework altogether after finishing the Final Act [[BaseBreakingCharacter with all the unflattering feedback from fans.]] ]]
*** She's since come back to her part for her cameo in ''YashaHime''.


** [[https://twitter.com/HelenaWayneBlog/status/1279454784563675146 According to this tweet]], Stori didn't reprise the part due to the fans being unable to separate [[IAmNotSpock the character from her actress.]] This treatment also made Kikyo's actress, Willow Johnson, retire from voicework altogether after finishing the Final Act [[BaseBreakingCharacter with all the unflattering feedback from fans.]]

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** [[https://twitter.com/HelenaWayneBlog/status/1279454784563675146 According to this tweet]], Stori didn't reprise the part due to the fans being unable to separate [[IAmNotSpock the character from her actress.]] This treatment also made Kikyo's actress, Willow Johnson, retire from voicework altogether after finishing the Final Act [[BaseBreakingCharacter with all the unflattering feedback from fans.]]]] *** She's since come back to her part for her cameo in ''YashaHime''.


** [[https://twitter.com/HelenaWayneBlog/status/1279454784563675146 According to this tweet]], Stori didn't reprise the part due to the fans being unable to separate [[IAmNotSpock the character from her actress.]] This treatment also made Kikyo's actress, Willow Johnson, retire from voicework altogether [[BaseBreakingCharacter with all the unflattering feedback from fans.]]

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** [[https://twitter.com/HelenaWayneBlog/status/1279454784563675146 According to this tweet]], Stori didn't reprise the part due to the fans being unable to separate [[IAmNotSpock the character from her actress.]] This treatment also made Kikyo's actress, Willow Johnson, retire from voicework altogether after finishing the Final Act [[BaseBreakingCharacter with all the unflattering feedback from fans.]]


** [[https://twitter.com/HelenaWayneBlog/status/1279454784563675146 According to this tweet]], Stori didn't reprise the part due to the fans being unable to separate [[IAmNotSpock the character from her actress.]]

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** [[https://twitter.com/HelenaWayneBlog/status/1279454784563675146 According to this tweet]], Stori didn't reprise the part due to the fans being unable to separate [[IAmNotSpock the character from her actress.]] This treatment also made Kikyo's actress, Willow Johnson, retire from voicework altogether [[BaseBreakingCharacter with all the unflattering feedback from fans.]]



** Young Miroku had three different actresses/actors. The first was Rieko Takahashi in Season 2, then Motoki Takagi in Season 4, and finally Chiwa Saito in The Final Act.

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** Young Miroku had three different actresses/actors. The first was Rieko Takahashi in Season 2, then Motoki Takagi Creator/MotokiTakagi in Season 4, and finally Chiwa Saito Creator/ChiwaSaito in The Final Act.


** The English dub followed suit by casting Creator/RichardIanCox as Inuyasha, after he previously voiced Ranma in the last four seasons of ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''.

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** The English dub followed suit by casting Creator/RichardIanCox as Inuyasha, Inuyasha after he previously voiced Ranma in the last four seasons of ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''.



** [[https://twitter.com/HelenaWayneBlog/status/1279454784563675146 According to this tweet]], Stori didn't reprise the part due to the fans being unable to separate [[IAmNotSpock the character from her actress.]]



* TalkingToHerself: Kagura and Kanna are both voiced by Creator/JanyseJaud.

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* TalkingToHerself: Kagura and Kanna are both voiced in English by Creator/JanyseJaud.



* ScrewedByTheLawyers: On the revived Toonami broadcast and the official streams, the first opening is replaced by [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ER1OCDjKhl8 Hanyou]] from the OST instead of "CHANGE THE WORLD" due to the rights to use the song expiring, this affects ''ALL'' releases of the series both internationally and ''even in Japan'' because this began with the Japanese rebroadcast of the show and this also means that an inevitable Blu-ray release won't have "CHANGE THE WORLD" either. Averted with the 2020 North American Blu-Ray release and the Channel 4 streams in the UK, which features "CHANGE THE WORLD" as the first opening. Hopefully this could mean that future prints of the series will also restore the song.

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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: On the revived Toonami broadcast and the official streams, the first opening is replaced by [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ER1OCDjKhl8 Hanyou]] from the OST instead of "CHANGE THE WORLD" due to the rights to use the song expiring, this affects ''ALL'' releases of the series both internationally and ''even in Japan'' because this began with the Japanese rebroadcast of the show and this also means that an inevitable Blu-ray release won't have "CHANGE THE WORLD" either. Averted with the 2020 North American Blu-Ray release and the Channel 4 streams in the UK, which features "CHANGE THE WORLD" as the first opening. Hopefully Hopefully, this could mean that future prints of the series will also restore the song.


** At the end of the series, Takahashi contemplated back and forth on whether Kagome should stay in the future or the past, [[spoiler:but ultimately went for the latter to make for a happier ending.]] Takahashi had been so stuck on this dilemma, in fact, that she turned to Kagome's Japanese VA to ask what her opinion was. Yukino's immediate reply? [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments "I want to stay with Inuyasha!"]]

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** At the end of the series, Takahashi contemplated back and forth on whether Kagome should stay in the future or the past, [[spoiler:but ultimately went for the latter to make for a happier ending.]] Takahashi had been so stuck on this dilemma, in fact, that she turned to Kagome's Japanese VA to ask what her opinion was. Yukino's immediate reply? [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments "I want to stay with Inuyasha!"]]


* AdoredByTheNetwork: Beginning its run in 2002, ''[=InuYasha=]'' always had a prominent presence on the schedule pf Creator/AdultSwim for many years. New episodes were always heavily promoted by the block, usually being the flagship show of the anime block, and it would always seem to find a way to consistently remain on weekday nights in reruns until the end of 2008. You couldn't escape the hotheaded half-demon no matter how hard you tried. Even after Creator/{{Toonami}} came back in May 2012 and the show was pulled, it still found its way back to the lineup in November, where it remained until the rights finally expired in March 2014. It was the ''second most-aired show on the entire block'' in 2007, only behind ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' (and even then, it probably only took first place because of a huge five day marathon that occurred at the end of 2007 when [as] was about to lose the rights to the series).

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* AdoredByTheNetwork: Beginning its run in 2002, ''[=InuYasha=]'' always had a prominent presence on the schedule pf of Creator/AdultSwim for many years. New episodes were always heavily promoted by the block, usually being the flagship show of the anime block, and it would always seem to find a way to consistently remain on weekday nights in reruns until the end of 2008. You couldn't escape the hotheaded half-demon no matter how hard you tried. Even after Creator/{{Toonami}} came back in May 2012 and the show was pulled, it still found its way back to the lineup in November, where it remained until the rights finally expired in March 2014. It was the ''second most-aired show on the entire block'' in 2007, only behind ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' (and even then, it probably only took first place because of a huge five day marathon that occurred at the end of 2007 when [as] was about to lose the rights to the series).


** At the end of the series, Takahashi contemplated back and forth on whether Kagome should stay in the future or the past, [[spoiler:but ultimately went for the latter to make for a happier ending.]]

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** At the end of the series, Takahashi contemplated back and forth on whether Kagome should stay in the future or the past, [[spoiler:but ultimately went for the latter to make for a happier ending.]]]] Takahashi had been so stuck on this dilemma, in fact, that she turned to Kagome's Japanese VA to ask what her opinion was. Yukino's immediate reply? [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments "I want to stay with Inuyasha!"]]


** According to an interview, Takahashi apparently becomes so embarrassed by writing romantic scenes that she often prefers to go for the more comedic scenario instead, which would explain the infamous AlmostKiss.

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** According to an interview, Takahashi apparently becomes so embarrassed by writing romantic scenes that she often prefers to go for the more comedic scenario instead, which would explain a lot of Inuyasha and Kagome's moments including the infamous AlmostKiss.

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** Takahashi originally planned for Sesshomaru to die in a HeroicSacrifice to protect Rin, but decided against it when she found he was too good a character to kill off.

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** According to an interview, Takahashi apparently becomes so embarrassed by writing romantic scenes that she often prefers to go for the more comedic scenario instead, which would explain the infamous AlmostKiss.


* ScrewedByTheLawyers: On the revived Toonami broadcast and the official streams, the first opening is replaced by [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ER1OCDjKhl8 Hanyou]] from the OST instead of "CHANGE THE WORLD" due to the rights to use the song expiring, this affects ''ALL'' releases of the series both internationally and ''even in Japan'' because this began with the recent Japanese rebroadcast of the show and this also means that an inevitable Blu-ray release won't have "CHANGE THE WORLD" either. Averted with the 2020 North American Blu-Ray release and the Channel 4 streams in the UK, which features "CHANGE THE WORLD" as the first opening. Hopefully this could mean that future prints of the series will also restore the song.

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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: On the revived Toonami broadcast and the official streams, the first opening is replaced by [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ER1OCDjKhl8 Hanyou]] from the OST instead of "CHANGE THE WORLD" due to the rights to use the song expiring, this affects ''ALL'' releases of the series both internationally and ''even in Japan'' because this began with the recent Japanese rebroadcast of the show and this also means that an inevitable Blu-ray release won't have "CHANGE THE WORLD" either. Averted with the 2020 North American Blu-Ray release and the Channel 4 streams in the UK, which features "CHANGE THE WORLD" as the first opening. Hopefully this could mean that future prints of the series will also restore the song.

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