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Famous Detective VS Yabe Kenzou: The Turnabout Theory that Brings Death
|Keibuho Yabe Kenzou 2 episode|
|Original air date||August 16, 2013|
|Keibuho Yabe Kenzou 2|
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- Yamanoi Hideo - Muramatsu Toshifumi → 山野井英雄 - 村松利史
- Ayanokouji Hidemaro - Hamada Akira → 綾小路秀麻呂 - 浜田晃
- Ayanokouji Haruhiko - Murasugi Seminosuke → 綾小路春彦 - 村杉蝉之介
- Ayanokouji Natsuo - Tanahashi Nuts → 綾小路夏雄 - 棚橋ナッツ
- Ayanokouji Akie - Kawamata Shinobu → 綾小路秋絵 - 川俣しのぶ
- Ayanokouji Mafuyu - Shishido Miwako → 綾小路真冬 - 宍戸美和公
- Kasugai Fumie - Takagi Maria → 春日井文江 - 高樹マリア
- Tanimura Misuzu - Tomita Rio → 谷村美鈴 - 富田理生
- Nakada Onemi - Nakada Aki → 中田オネミ - 中田有紀
- Akuchi Kogorou - Miura Ryosuke → 渥池小五郎 - 三浦涼介
- Komatsu Yasushi - Komatsu Yasushi → 小松靖 - 小松靖
Kamen Rider References
- 02:04 Akuchi's actor, Miura Ryosuke, played Ankh in Kamen Rider OOO. He appears in a ghostly manner, a reference to how his character in OOO is dead.
- His habit of flipping a coin and catching it is also a reference to OOO having a medal/coin theme.
- 14:01 Hibiki Room is a reference to Kamen Rider Hibiki.
- 15:09 Kabuto Room is a reference to Kamen Rider Kabuto. OOO Room is a reference to Kamen Rider OOO.
- 15:11 Momo Room, Kin Room, Ura Room are references to Momotaros, Kintaros and Urataros respectively from Kamen Rider Den-O.
- 15:11 Fourse Room is spelt in kanji as 四世. It would normally be read Yon-se, but if the first kanji was read "Four" in English, it would become Four-se. A reference to Kamen Rider Fourze.
- 15:14 "Soundless" is the opposite of "hibiki" (reverberate).
- 15:14 Teikeido Room is a reference to Kamen Rider Decade. Teikeido -> Tecade -> Decade.
- 15:14 Kiba Room is a reference to Kamen Rider Kiva.
- 15:14 Blade Room is a reference to Kamen Rider Blade.
- 15:14 Train King Room is a reference to Kamen Rider Den-O. "Den-O" is a portmanteau of "train king".
- 15:14 555 Room is a reference to Kamen Rider 555.
- 27:31 This time, Akuchi throws 3 coins, a reference to the 3 coins system in Kamen Rider OOO.
- 29:05 Akiba says "Core! Cell!", a reference to Kamen Rider OOO.
- 04:08 Yabe says that he find the Ayanokouji estate "nostalgic". It's probably the same filming location from one of the Trick episodes, or that it's another rural mansion.
- 06:29 Akuchi flips a coin, a reference to the coins in Kamen Rider OOO.
- 09:58 This time, Mirai is reading about the Kameyama Poem Murder Case - Part II, which is Episodes 7 and 8 of TRICK -Troisième partie-.
- 15:11 Rome Style Bath is a reference to Thermæ Romæ, a manga series about a Roman architect and a Japanese bathhouse. The 2012 live-action film stars Abe Hiroshi (actor of Ueda Jirou) as the main character.
- 15:11 Atami Style Bath is a reference to Atami Murder Case, a play that also stars Abe Hiroshi.
- 15:11 The signboard was made by "Iburiya Signboard Shop". Iburiya was a bar ran by Inagaki Hisao, Trick's art director.
- 46:30 There is a poster on the window of the Toriku shop about a magic show by Yamada Naoko the week after. Yamada's only fan goes into the shop, only to be told the magic show is next week.
- 46:38 The man doing funny things in front of the M.P.D., probably Ishihara, is carrying a Toilet Flushing Movement sign, a reference to the first Trick movie.
- 02:04 Kikuchi, whose actor is Kyo Nobuo, says "Thunder of the Azure Sky!" This is a reference to his catchphrase as Kuwagaraiger in Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger.
- 05:09 Yabe says that Natsuo is "the guy on 100 yen bills", because Natsuo's actor, Tanahashi Nuts, was in a Sumitomo Mitsui Card CM parodying Noguchi Hideyo, whose face is on 1000 yen bills.
- 10:55 Then one of them says "The culprit is Muramatsu", a reference to the butler Yamanoi Hideo's actor, Muramatsu Toshifumi. Indeed, Yamanoi turns out to be the culprit.
- 10:53 The pond is named Ryoube Ike (Ryoube Pond), a reference to Ikebe Ryou, an actor.
- 15:09 Shinda Ike (Shinda Pond) is a reference to Ikeda Shin, an actor.
- 15:13 Yukio Hashi (Yukio Bridge) is a reference to Hashi Yukio, a singer and actor.
- 15:14 Tetsuhiroda Ike (Tetsuhiroda Pond) is a reference to Ikeda Tetsuhiro, an actor, director and screenwriter.
- 24:57 There is a stone named Ishi no Mako (Mako's Stone), a reference to Ishino Mako, who played DekaSwan in Tokusou Sentai DekaRanger.
- 27:59 There is another stone named Youko no Ishi (Youko's Stone), a reference to Ishino Youko, a talent, and sister of Ishino Mako.
- 29:51 There is a crow pecking a tiny man on the tree. The tiny man calls it a Yatagarasu.
- 31:36 Yabe calls Yamanoi a Youkai because he appears out of the blue.
- 37:29 Girolamo is a reference to Panzetta Girolamo, an Italian-born celebrity in Japan.
- 47:25 Komatsu Yasushi, a TV announcer, is playing as himself.
- 47:56 Yabe says that he will solve the next case faster than "Takahashi Meijin's 16 consecutive hits". Takahashi Meijin was famous for being able to fire 16 shots a second in the game Star Soldier. Sound from the game can be heard shortly afterward.
- 00:50 There is a new framed calligraphy that says "Bury the Past" in the conference room, a reference to how Ayanokouji Hidemaro wants to forget the past.
- 03:12 Yabe mispronounces Ayanokouji-ke (Ayanokouji family) as Asa no Omiotsuke (morning miso soup).
- 04:22 When Yabe rings the bell, the butler says "tada ima", which means "(coming) right away" in that context, but it can also mean "I'm home!" Yabe replies with the standard "okaeri" (welcome home) reply to that.
- 05:00 The children names are all named after seasons. Haruhiko (haru = spring), Natsuo (natsu = summer), Akie (aki = autumn) and Mafuyu (fuyu = winter). Therefore, Yabe thinks the last person (who is actually the maid) is Tsuyuko (tsuyu = rainy season).
- 05:47 500 million yen = ~$5,110,906.67 when the episode was aired.
- 05:53 When Yabe reacts to the 500 million yen reward, Rainmaker Dollars rain down. Rainmaker Dollars are fake money featuring wrestler Okada Kazuchika, and rain down when he makes his entrance.
- 07:51 There is a calligraphy saying "Reminiscence" on the wall in the flashback.
- 08:37 When Akuchi calls for "Ayanokouji-san", all the children respond, because they are all Ayanokouji.
- 08:55 Ayanokouji Hidemaro thinks that it is a murder because Misuzu had a calender page titled "The Four Seasons" in her pocket when she died. It would refer to the four children because they are all named after seasons.
- 09:33 Akuchi says "In the name of Archimedes".
- 10:02 This time, Mirai receives an "Evidence Collection Set" from Inference Weekly. The book is titled "Truth to that Famous Inheritance Murder Case", a reference to the plot in this episode.
- 10:09 The same nerdy actor is back as a cram school tutor again.
- 10:50 One of the tiny man is saying "Hibagon", which is the Japanese equivalent of the Bigfoot and Yeti.
- 12:52 There is a bald man making an expression like the sign behind him.
- 14:08 The cameraman makes a pun. "Africa zou wa ii zou." zou = elephant, ii = great/good. Usually, the ending particle here would be "zo", but he says "zou". So it can be parsed as "African elephants are great elephants."
- 18:32 Akuchi's catchphrase is "Eureka!" which is Archimedes's famous line.
- 42:04 In Japanese, characters can have different pronunciations. Therefore, Eiyuu can also be pronounced Hideo.
- 43:20 The poison bottle is the same as the one the waiter assassin had in Episode 5.
- 44:14 It appears that a stunt actor was used for this part, as Yamanoi looks noticeably different, which is why Yabe went "Who was that just now?"
- 46:42 A sign in front of the 9th Interrogation Room says "Team Yabe".
- 46:49 A new framed calligraphy in the interrogation room says "Don't revive, okay?", a reference to the events in this episode.
- Hamada Akira (Hidemaro), Murasugi Seminosuke (Haruhiko), and Tanahashi Nuts (Natsuo) were all guests on OOO, which starred Miura Ryosuke.