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When Ryoga rescues the ghost cat Maomolin, the feline phantom decides to repay Ryoga's kindness... by possessing Ryoga and proposing to Akane on Ryoga's behalf.
Relation to the Previous EpisodeEdit
Cast in Order of AppearanceEdit
|Character Name||Japanese Voice||English Voice|
|Ryoga Hibiki (human, piglet)||Kōichi Yamadera||Michael Donovan|
|Maomolin||You Yoshimura||Samuel Vincent|
|Ranma Saotome (male)||Kappei Yamaguchi||Richard Cox|
|Akane Tendo||Noriko Nagai||Myriam Sirois|
|Yuka and Sayuri||Masami Toshima (Yuka)|
Yoshiko Kamei (Sayuri)
|Cathy Weseluck (Yuka)|
Willow Johnson (Sayuri)
|Kasumi Tendo||Kikuko Inoue||Willow Johnson|
|Genma Saotome (panda)||Kenichi Ogata||Robert O. Smith|
|Soun Tendo||Ryūsuke Ōbayashi||David Kaye|
|Nabiki Tendo||Minami Takayama||Angela Costain|
|Ranma Saotome (female)||Megumi Hayashibara||Venus Terzo|
- Even though Maomolin was in control of Ryoga's body, he still has a poor sense of direction, not arriving in Nerima until seven days had passed.
- In the dub, the teacher refers to Ranma by his last name, but the sub has him called out by his first name. The dub is more accurate to Japanese sensibilities surprisingly.
- This begins the trait of the show recycling some music from Rumiko Takahashi's previous series, Maison Ikkoku. The track where Maomolin and Ryoga are talking about Akane is lifted from late in the latter series. This trait would carry on into future episodes of the TV series.