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View Poll Results: Hidan no Aria - Episode 5 Rating
Perfect 10 7 13.73%
9 out of 10 : Excellent 13 25.49%
8 out of 10 : Very Good 8 15.69%
7 out of 10 : Good 8 15.69%
6 out of 10 : Average 7 13.73%
5 out of 10 : Below Average 3 5.88%
4 out of 10 : Poor 3 5.88%
3 out of 10 : Bad 0 0%
2 out of 10 : Very Bad 0 0%
1 out of 10 : Painful 2 3.92%
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Old 2011-05-18, 09:54   Link #161
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A little rushed, but it was enjoyable. I can't wait until the plot develops more!
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Old 2011-05-18, 13:44   Link #162
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Originally Posted by Master Chibi View Post

Don't take offense to it, but this is pretty much some late 90's Van Damme B action flick leftovers. I'm not scrutinizing it either, if I did that I'd be picking apart things left and right. I'm just having my laughs and enjoying it regardless of all the silly shit and the mediocre quality of the show.
i still think thats a little harsh lol
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Old 2011-05-20, 16:55   Link #163
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not really clear on what Shirayuki's 'superpower' is.
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Old 2012-01-01, 23:10   Link #164
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Originally Posted by Wild Goose View Post
If you look carefully you'll see that the plane is only 3300 feet up; hardly thin air. It's when you go beyond 10,000 feet that you need oxygen. Also, the ID tag for the plane is wrong - it's most likely supposed to be a 707, not a 737 - the 737 doesn't have the range to go anywhere significant from Japan, and it has only 2 engines; a 707 has longer legs and can travel further distances without refuelling.
Sorry for the bump, but I too was puzzled by the plane's exterior model and the transponder info when I first saw this episode back in early June. I decided to do a once-over of the plane model and here's what I found:

Exterior model is a 737 Classic (300/400/500), with 2 extra engine slapped on the wings
Cockpit and avionics/instruments are from one of the next-gen 737 variants (600/700/800/900).

Wild Goose is mostly right about the range issue. There is only one 737 variant that can fly non-stop from Haneda-Heathrow, the 737-700ER, which has winglets, that are not found on the 737 model JC Staff made. Other than the -700ER, only certain variants of the next-gen 737 have them and are not found on either the 100/200 or the classic series variants (the other 2 737NGs that have winglets, the -800 and the -900, don't have the range for that flight). Also, the 707s look different from the 737s, first having a longer fuselage, plus its trademark forward-facing antenna on its tail (fun fact: only the -320's would have the range for this flight).

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