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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Galileo ガリレオ Episode 2 Screen Caps

Uemura Hiroshi played by Koichi Mantaro (Attention Please, Sailor Fuku to Kikanju) calls into work because his son has fever. Takeda Yukie played by Abukawa Mihoko wipes away sweat as she walks to their apartment in record September heat. Uemura’s son Tadahiro wakes from a fever to tell his dad that Takeda is coming, just as she knocks on the door. Takeda and Hiroshi notice a drawing done by the boy of a red car by the river, Hiroshi says that it is impossible. Four weeks later Utsumi Kaoru played by Shibasaki Kou (Orange Days, Good Luck!!) is at the lab door of Yukawa Manabu played by Fukuyama Masaharu (Meguri Ai, Perfect Love) but the professor is playing squash. Kaoru finds Fukuyama at the squash courts as he beats his opponent, Fukuyama starts explaining the physics of the game, but tells her that he will refuse to help her. She pulls out Tadahiro’s drawing and explains to the professor that this might be evidence of a murder suspect’s alibi but Tadahiro’s claims to have drawn it after leaving his body. An out of body experience is interesting enough to Fukuyama that he agrees to help. Kaoru explains that four weeks ago a female judo champion was strangled in her apartment the prime suspect claims that he was asleep in his red car by the river when the crime was committed, the only support to his claim is the picture drawn by Tadahiro, but that isn’t credible because of his claim that it was drawn after an out of body experience.
Yesterday I posted about the perfect Halloween movie for fans of the holiday GeGeGe no Kitaro, today I’m posting about the drama that debunks myths. Even though each episode is random the chemistry between Fukuyama and Shibasaki is enough to hold this drama together and I’ve always liked science so the debunking is pretty interesting to me. It seems that the fall drama season has been dominated by mystery or police shows and this drama is the slickest of them all and I really enjoy it along with Yukan Club which has the most manga like fun.

Download the bit torrent file for the first two episodes of the SARS hardsub release here.




































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