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The Culture Fest is for Me?! Queen Rei Sings With Passion
Ep54
文化祭は私のため!? レイ女王熱唱
Bunkasai wa watashi no tame?! Rei joō nesshō
Season

2, Sailor Moon R

Air date

May 8, 1993

Writer

Katsuyuki Sumizawa

Director

Harume Kosaka

Monster

Seiren

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Mamoru and Usagi's Babysitting Mayhem

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Is Seijuurou the Moonlight Knight? Mako-chan Falls in Love

NORTH AMERICAN DUB
Title

“Raye's Day in the Spotlight”

Air date

December 1, 1995

Monster

Amphibia

Previous

Much Ado About Babysitting

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Food Fetish

"The Culture Fest is for Me?! Queen Rei Sings With Passion" is the 8th episode of Sailor Moon R and the 54th episode overall. It first aired in Japan on May 8, 1993. The English dub title for this episode is "Raye's Day in the Spotlight" and it first aired in North America on December 1. 1995.

Summary

Rei goes into song writing for her school and Ail and An target the event for its source of energy, but end up getting a part in the play themselves.

Plot

Changes

Changes From the Manga

  • These events never happened in the manga.

Dub Changes

  • I Can't Leave Her Alone, the song that played when Rei is singing solo before yelling at the girls controlling the lighting, was replaced by Call My Name in the English dub.
  • Although this episode was dubbed into Swedish, it was never aired in Sweden. The apparent reason is becasue the studio in charge of the dubbing couldn't cut the songs from the original tapes.[1]

First Appearances

Trivia

  • The Moonlight Knight says he would like to hear Rei sing again, a dead giveaway that he knows that she is Sailor Mars. Nobody took any notice of this for some reason.

Gallery

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References

  1. Sailor Moon in Sweden: Q&A

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