Garo 17

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Episode 17
Fish Tank 水槽
Garo episode
Writer
Director Kaneda Ryuu
Original air date February 3, 2006 (2006-02-03)
October 29, 2016 (2016-10-29) (HD Remaster)
Viewership 1.2%
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Air date: February 3, 2006 (2006-02-03)

Summary[edit]

  • After telling Gonza about what Amon told him about a means to save Kaoru, still hiding the truth from the girl as he promised to protect her, Kouga learns that a Horror named Haru appeared.
  • Entering the body of a goldfish, Haru takes advantage of a man named Tonuma Mitsuru to have him feed it women in order to assimilate their features to gain a human-like appearance.
  • After being unable to find the Horror, Kouga is forced to use Kaoru as bait. But temporary halted by the other Horrors attracted to Kaoru, Kouga is barely able to get to her in time as she was about to be fed to Haru.
  • Kouga shatters the glass with the incomplete Horror revealed as it is breathing heavily before beheading Haru and restraining himself from killing Tonuma.
  • However Haru's head reveals Kouga's intention for Kaoru as Horror bait in its dying breath, with a heart-broken Kaoru running off.

Horror[edit]

Haru[edit]

ハル
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Sayaka, Haru's haman form.

A Horror that possesses a fish, she uses a shut-in programmer Tonuma Mitsuru whom she befriends to get her prey, killing women dumped into her tank and taking their attributes to become more human and move about on land without trouble.

Guest Stars[edit]

Music[edit]

CM (HD airing)[edit]

  • Frisk - Woman spy in disguise
  • UQ Mobile - Sisters
  • Topvalu stretchy pants
  • Y!mobile cat singing Runner parody
  • JAM Project "The Brave"
  • Heparize tablets with Jay Kabira
  • Hoshi no Dragon Quest with Honda Tsubasa - Popping balloon with Gremlin

Trivia[edit]

Staff[edit]

Staff
Writer:
Director: Kaneda Ryuu (金田 龍)
Action Director: Yokoyama Makoto (横山 誠)