Black Jack TV - Full Episode 57 (Official & HQ with subtitles)


Uploaded by TezukaAnime on 11.09.2012

Transcript:
Pinoko makes a huge hassle!
I get in the middle of a school entrance exam!
Just watch, Doc.
I'll work hard and get accepted!
I want to go to school.
Can't Pinoko make that wish?
What's your point?
I see your situation.
So, does she excel academically?
In anything, you must start at the basics.
I don't have enough fingers.
Start!
But Pinoko is different from regular people.
Black Jack, Today's Karte - Pinoko's School Entrance Exam Journal
I'm going to fly to where you are.
I know I can spread my wings when I want to see you.
Nobody knows
when a miracle might occur,
but it feels like my wish is finally coming true.
Because there's only one place I want to go,
I gather my feelings whose colors never fade,
and now it seems I'm dreaming.
I'm living for your sake.
I will be your strength,
no matter how far apart we are.
So Freedom. So Freedom.
I will send you
the beautiful blossom of this flower.
So let's look for shooting stars.
So Freedom. So Freedom.
Signature please.
Miss,
can you sign for this?
N-No problem!
"Diploma - Pinoko"
Yay!
I graduated!
I really graduated!
Yay!
I graduated!
Hooray!
Um, sign, please...
Pinoko's School Entrance Exam Journal
Originally "Pinoko's Challenge" by Tezuka Osamu
There.
Graduation! Graduation! Congratulations!
My dear Pinoko, congratu–
Pinoko, let's play!
What's this?
Is there something to celebrate?
W-What?
Sharaku-kun.
Yes?
You are still in junior high, right?
I am.
What about it?
I already graduated junior high.
See?
What's that?
"Diploma."
"Pinoko
has completed all coursework provided by the school with excellent results and is,
therefore, certified as a graduate of this school."
When did you go to school?
It's a school by mail.
I kept it a secret.
Not even Doc knows about it.
I'm going to shock Doc!
School by mail, huh?
That's really awesome!
"No refunds under any circumstances."
"Distance Education of Evil and Wicked."
I paid the tuition up front and they let me graduate right away.
Graduation as soon as the money is paid?
It's bogus.
See, look!
"Exam Qualifications"
"Anyone with the academic ability of a junior high graduate."
That's me!
Pinoko, I think that school by mail is–
Yes?
Well–
Look, look.
Their uniform is so darling.
And these are stylish and more mature, so they're perfect for me.
Come on. Help me out, Sharaku.
Which high school do you think is best for me?
This is good too.
What about this one?
"Oana High School"
Miss, stop joking around with me.
What's so funny?
You can't just bring this piece of paper and ask me to let you take our entrance exam.
It's not just a piece of paper!
It's a diploma!
You see, a diploma from a legitimate correspondence school is recognized as valid,
but there are also bogus diplomas by mail services who let anyone graduate as long as they get paid.
This diploma also doubles as the receipt for the money transferred to their account.
I have no idea what you're talking about!
Hey!
I graduated from junior high!
So I can become a high school student, can't I?
I want to enter this high school,
so I want the exam application and stuff.
You see, even if this diploma is real,
you're only in kindergarten, right?
Do your parents know about this?
I'm not in kindergarten!
I'm eighteen years old!
You just can't tell!
Stay out of this!
Man, I can't spend all day dealing with this.
No!
I'm going to enter this high school!
I graduated from junior high, so I'll go to high school!
You need to go home before it gets dark.
It's not safe walking after dark.
No!
Wait!
No, I won't!
Fight-o! Fight-o!
Fight-o! Fight-o! Fight-o! Fight-o!
Wait!
No!
I'll go to this school!
Let me go, dummy!
Pinoko!
Ms. Wato!
What's the matter, Pinoko?
Pinoko...
I see.
You graduated junior high through a correspondence school, huh?
So I can enter high school.
I want to become a high school student.
I'm eighteen years old.
I want to go to school.
Pinoko, are you here?
What's the matter? Why are you sitting in the dark?
Did something happen?
A diploma...
What's this?
I want to go to school.
I'm eighteen years old, so I'm supposed to be a college student.
Right, Doc?
But I know I can't start with college.
Even I know that.
So...
So...
I understand what happened.
Sorry for the bother.
Wait.
I didn't come here to complain about the trouble she caused.
She didn't cause any trouble for me.
We came to talk to you because we know how she feels.
She really wants to go to school!
She's eighteen, right?
I don't like studying all that much -
actually, I hate it -
but I like school
because I made many friends there,
and I found things I love, like club activities.
There are sports and culture festivals too.
We get to work together.
We eat lunch together, and there're school trips too!
What's your point?
I-I'm sure that Pinoko would love to experience all those things too.
Can't Pinoko be granted that wish?
Just because she is different from other people
doesn't mean she's not allowed to experience any of that, right?
That's too mean!
I don't think that's right.
She was inside her older sister for eighteen years?
"Principal's Office"
You want me to believe such a wild story?
I understand you situation,
but she was never registered with the city office, right?
Therefore, we cannot allow her to enroll here.
There's no precedent.
There is.
There are even cases of academically accelerated elementary schoolers accepted by universities.
Yes, there is a system which permits skipping grades.
So, does she excel academically?
Let her take the exam and you can judge for yourselves.
If she possesses the basic academic skills that will allow her to study here,
permit her to enroll here,
just like any other student.
But still, even if you claim she's eighteen...
At my last check up, my health age came out to be eighty years old.
Would you like some?
No, thank you.
So, can I ask for senior citizen tickets, claiming I'm eighty?
Nobody would take me seriously if I did that.
What's this?
It's money.
I want a special arrangement with this.
I'm an educator too!
I can't accept bribes to admit her through the back door!
I have my pride as an educator.
Please take it away.
I haven't mentioned anything about the back door.
I'm asking you only to allow her to take the entrance exam.
Allowing her to take the exam is the only thing that I want.
Is that really so much to ask?
Sign, please.
OK.
Exam Admission Certificate?
Exam Admission Certificate?
It's the exam ticket!
Um...
They mailed me the admission certificate!
This means I can take the exam, right?
Sign, please...
Yay! Yee, yah!
It's real!
Doc! I can take the entrance exam!
Yay!
Is it really real?
You can really take the entrance exam?
Yup!
See?
What're those?
They're exam good-luck charms from all over the country!
Also, talismans from around the world, and angel charms!
T-Thanks...
Then, let's study.
Are you going to take the exam too?
I'm not.
I'm going to help you study.
Really?
The active high school student will give you a thorough private tutoring.
You will definitely be accepted.
W-Why are you looking at me funny?
Considering your normal grades, where do you find such confidence?
Hey, now...
I'm currently in high school because I passed this exam once upon a time.
Please don't push her too hard.
Her body is no different from a one-year-old's.
Yes, of course.
All right, let's start with elementary school subjects.
In anything, you must start at the basics.
Sure thing!
Which problem are you on now?
The first one.
You can take your time.
Think carefully.
On headband: "Must Win"
Why are you looking outside?
I'm taking a break.
Pinoko couldn't even keep focused for five minutes.
It's her first time, so we can't blame her.
But she can support Dr. Black Jack for hours during his operations.
The one who is nervous, yet unable to make any mistakes, is Dr. Black Jack.
Pinoko trusts the doctor 100 percent, so she doesn't feel any pressure about failing.
But it's different for this exam, huh?
It's now Pinoko herself who cannot make any mistakes.
Do you think she can take the exam?
I want to let her, just like anyone else.
One, two, three, four, five...
I don't have enough fingers.
Pinoko, you need to be able to add without using fingers.
It's seven plus six, so it's twelve, right?
It's thirteen.
Sis, it's an elementary school problem.
It's just a simple mistake.
Of course, it's thirteen, silly.
So, you multiply this thirteen by three...
Let's see...
Come on, pull yourself together!
It's forty-one!
Oh, right!
It's thirty-nine!
I'll help you starting today.
OK! Thanks.
Thank you very much.
Done!
Pinoko, you fell asleep.
Now, can you do the rest of that problem set?
OK.
OK, done!
You were asleep again.
Should we take a break for a bit?
I prepared delicious iced coffee.
I'm really done this time!
I'll really make my way in.
Doc, I'm off now.
Don't forget to write your name on the answer sheet.
Even if you get all the answers right, they'll give you zero points if you don't put your name on it.
OK.
You may exit the room thirty minutes into the exam.
Please turn the answer sheet over when we signal the end of the exam.
Officials will collect the sheets at the back of the room.
Begin!
"Pinoko"
My tummy hurts...
Pinoko!
Doctor!
Apparently, Pinoko got a sudden tummy ache.
It's probably from psychological stress.
The stress was too great for Pinoko's undeveloped nervous system.
You can treat her, right?
We'll take her to my place right away.
You said, "just like anyone else",
but Pinoko is different from regular people.
Hang in there.
I'll get you well in no time.
Just as I suspected,
her tummy ache was caused by biliary dyskinesia.
It's not splanchnopathy, but a psychosomatic case.
As I thought, Pinoko cannot withstand the stress of exams.
How is she?
I'm sorry.
I pushed you too hard, didn't I?
The exam didn't work out.
Don't worry about anything for now.
Get some sleep.
I'll take it one more time.
Your body is different from other peoples', Pinoko,
so...
So I'll take the kindergarten exam next.
I need to start with kindergarten, right?
I did write my name on the exam sheet, Doc.
"Odazaki Kindergarten"
Pinoko, that was from your kindergarten.
They asked you not to come back.
OK...
Pinoko,
can you come with me for a minute?
Where to?
Pino High School?!
Let's study together.
Pinoko,
here!
I had to stay up all night to take it in.
Thanks.
Doc, look!
Now I'm a high school girl!
Now, Pinoko,
you are now admitted into Pino High School to be held once a month for an hour.
Please study hard.
Aye-aye!
Class is now in session.
As you look at the ground uncertainly,
I gently pull your hair closer to me.
You didn't speak but only sighed,
and wet my chest with your tears.
You longed to hear it, even if it were a lie.
But I couldn't give you the answer you wanted.
If I gave you that answer despite my cowardliness,
would we still be together?
That irregular breath my body was accustomed to,
I want to feel it one more time.
The breath of surprise when I lost everything,
and the pain that binds me every time I feel regret.
It's the fantasy between an old man and a big tree.
The big tree that has lived for a long time
uses its last remaining energy to give the old man a miracle.
Hey!
What are you trying to do to this tree?!
Of course, that zelkova tree will also be-
No! Please don't cut it down!
We'll squat around it.
I will protect him!
Come back, old man!
Perhaps both you and I have lived too long.
Black Jack, Next Karte - An Old Man and the Big Tree.
That's me!
Dang it, Sharaku!
Get it right!