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Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Episode 101 __EXCLUSIVE__



  • Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's - Episode 101KanjiフォアザチームRōmajiFoa Za ChīmuJapanese translationFor The TeamEnglishThe Edge of Elimination, Part 2Number101Air date (ja)March 17, 2010Air date (en)April 16, 2011MusicOpening (ja)"FREEDOM"Ending (ja)"-OZONE-"Opening (en)"Hyper Drive"Ending (en)"Hyper Drive"StaffAnimation dir.Hiroyuki Yanagise

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Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Episode 101


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This is a complete list of episodes for the Japanese anime series Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX (changed to simply Yu-Gi-Oh! GX in the 4Kids dub, due to the previous anime not using "Duel Monsters" in the title), based on the Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters anime.


There are four different music themes set accompanying the opening animation and ending credits. For episodes 1-33, they are Rising Weather Hallelujah for the opening animation and Genkai Battle for the ending credits. From episode 34 through to episode 104 they are 99% and WAKE UP YOUR HEART respectively, episodes 105-156 contained Teardrop and The Sun, and for the final episodes, 157 to 180, they were Precious Time, Glory Days and Endless Dream. When dubbed into English they were all replaced by the same song, Get Your Game On!!, by 4Kids Entertainment. The fourth season was not dubbed into English by 4Kids, due to the pressure to begin airing Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's before the end of 2008.


Ah, Adult Swim. What other nonsensical scheduling chicanery will you get into when The Click is gone? Perhaps airing Tagalog-dubbed episodes of Fullmetal Alchemist interspersed with a documentary on flightless birds at 3:46 on Tuesday mornings? Moving premiere episodes of Bleach to a hollowed-out cave in the East Andies? Shucks. But, for once, this is a schedule that kinda sorta makes sense. They're obviously not about to give top billing to any of them, strangely, but it's nice to see the new season of Code Geass and the surprisingly engaging Moribito during at least somewhat viewable hours. And they brought back Shin-chan, instead of simply letting the rest of their episodes expire hastily on their website! Hot damn!


Aw, and I'll never see Pokémon eclipse over 600 individual episodes, either! Now I'm just making myself sad. I need to turn this sadness into another emotion. Let's try; irrational anger. Here's another stupid episode of Pokémon, in case you're either twelve years old or attempting to become romantically involved with twelve year olds. It's about Ash and an old friend rescuing an endangered Riolu from Pokémon Poachers, except all Pokémon are technically "captured" anyway so the whole lesson is quite hypocritical. 041b061a72


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