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  • Overall, this episode was pretty good, not the best, but it did give inspector Lunge some character insight as to how his family feels about him constantly working all the time and how he ignores them
  • It was interesting to see how Eva feels about what happened between her and Dr. Tenma

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      Monster Episode 14 begins with Inspector Lunge questioning a politician’s secretary about an affair the politician had with a murdered prostitute. Eva Heinemann comes to him wanting to know if he’s captured Kenzo Tenma yet. Meanwhile she also has an affair with her gardener.

      If you thought this sounds like a soap opera, it basically plays out like a soap opera. It’s a decent episode, considering the fact that


      the main protagonist is not in the episode. It’s also nice to see what has been happening to the other supporting characters in the story, like Inspector Lunge and Eva Heinemann.

      This episode was okay, but I didn’t really like the subject matter of this episode but it was okay. I did like that Texas voice actor Travis Willingham played the gardener, he’s been in a lot of Funimation dubs ...


      • but you don’t see him in a lot of L. A. dubs, so this was a nice surprise.

        Overall, this episode was pretty good, not the best, but it did give inspector Lunge some character insight as to how his family feels about him constantly working all the time and how he ignores them. It was interesting to see how Eva feels about what happened between her and Dr. Tenma.

        Even though this episode doesn’t seem relevant to the story, it helps establish character motivations and that’s very helpful to the story because it means that all the characters aren’t just one-dimensional.

        Monster is currently airing on the SyFy Channel and the first box set of the first 15 episodes is available on DVD from Viz Media at your local Wal-Mart or Best Buy, you can also buy it from Amazon.com and RightStuf.com.




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