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Irresponsible Captain Tylor - Collection 4 (2000)

Dan Green , Maria Kawamura  |  Unrated |  DVD


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  • Contains Episodes 21-26
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The metamorphosis of Justy Ueki Tylor is complete: he's no longer the passive dope who began the series, but a drunken wise fool out of a Zen fable. His transition is entertaining, but the filmmakers leave a lot of threads hanging when the 26-episode series ends. Tylor's not-quite romance with Raalgon empress Azalyn continues, although she rejoins her fleet. At the behest of her intriguing minister Wang, she orders an all-out assault on the United Planets Space Force but places the noble General Dom in command. He and Tylor contrive to end the war--to the strains of the William Tell Overture--with no bloodshed and with each side able to claim victory. His mission accomplished, Tylor tires of the military. The crew of the derelict Soyokaze are given promotions and assigned to the Aso, the UPSF's newest, most sophisticated cruiser, except for Yuriko, who's made a deputy of intelligence. Of course, Tylor returns triumphantly in the Soyokaze at the last minute, his crew unites behind him, and they set off in search of new adventures--which soon follow in an original animation video series. It's all played for laughs, but such major plot points as the outcome of Wang's scheme to usurp the Raalgon throne and the reasons for the UPSF admirals' attacks on Tylor are left unexplained and unresolved. Unrated: suitable for ages 12 and up: sexual humor, minor nudity, violence, alcohol use. --Charles Solomon

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