Black Jack TV - Full Episode 28 (Official & HQ with subtitles)

Uploaded by TezukaAnime on 11.09.2012

I saw your image in the flower that is blossoming sorrowfully
I love rain, yet it felt frosty today
The season changed, the forest was colored,
The wind played a tune, memories gushed out
Gather the pieces of the moon, decorate the dream, and sleep
Even if I sprinkle the sand of time, I cannot return to the past
Those searching for the meaning of life are all travellers
I set my course on this endless journey
for the place beyond the thorny path....
The artist of life who produces miracles with his godlike scalpel skills.
The genius surgeon whom the era has yearned for.
Black Jack.
A Contagious Disease in the Wild
Originally by Tezuka Osamu "Dingo"
Look Doc, there are so many kangaroos out there.
Being in a kangaroos's pocket,
hugging a koala,
and swimming with a duckbill platypus!
Pinoko, we're not here to have fun.
Doc, is the patient's place still far away?
It will take us a while to get to the Carreras Ranch.
Then let's finish it up quickly and go see koalas!
We're suffering from high fevers as we speak.
Your operation failed!
The operation went perfectly!
Many doctors have examined me, but nobody can figure anything out.
On top of it, now I'm getting red spots all over my body.
Red spots?
Anyway, get here immediately!
Or else, I'll make it an international issue!
Doc, look!
There must be many koalas and kangaroos there!
I want to go!
Don't joke around.
We're here for a job.
Hey! Pinoko!
Let's go!
No problem!
I'll take good care of your daughter!
I'm Doc's wife.
Depending on the situation, I may not be back for two or three days.
Once you're done here, wait for me at the hotel.
Let's go see the koalas!
W-wait up!
W-w-wow! Don't go inside the fence!
Wait up!
Wait up!
Hello there, koalas.
Can I hold her too?
Hey! Don't climb the tree!
Just a little bit?
I've driven for five straight hours and still no gas station.
I'm running low on gas.
What happened?
Are they dead?
Mr. Carreras!
Anyboby home?!
What are you doing here?
Heart failure?
Or was it brain damage from some type of strong poisonous substance?
Are you the doctor he was waiting for?
You're too late.
He had a seizure just a little while ago.
And who are you?
I was employed by him.
I'm the only one left here now.
Even all the sheep and horses died from this creepy disease.
The doctors themselves got scared and hightailed it out of here.
Wait! Where are you going?
Let me go!
Let go of me!
You too?
Hey! Wait!
Hey! Where are you going?!
I don't wanna die here!
I'm gonna escape!
Running away, man!
There's a good chance you're infected too!
Dang! I'm out of gas!
The koalas were so cute.
Now, let's head to the hotel.
Not to the hotel.
Go to the patient's house.
The patient?
Just go.
Fine, fine.
So, where do I need to go?
For now, keep driving straight.
What's the address?
I don't know.
What's their name?
I forgot.
It's completely out of gas.
This is as far as I go.
Darn, there are still 500 km left to reach the town.
Wait there for a minute!
I'm going to buy ice cream!
Give me a break!
I don't want to go any further!
I'm back!
Oh, my goodness!
I guess I was being too optimistic.
I was hoping that a car or a private plane would go by, but...
Doc, where are you?
O-o-o-oh God!
That was really close.
You scared me even more.
I thought you were a lion or a bear or something.
Sorry about that.
I called the hotel, but your companion doesn't seem to be back yet.
I asked them to relay the message, so it should be fine.
What were you doing back there?
I was patrolling for dingos, which are wolf-like creatures.
This is Fol, my partner.
I think Doc's hopelessly lost without me,
so can you look for him with me?
But it's difficult without knowing his patient's name.
Don't worry.
I'll ask around to all my friends.
The dingos aren't around today...
Are dingos that bad of an animal?
Yes, for those of us who own ranches.
Dingos were brought here by people long ago,
then they returned to being wild,
and started attacking people and cattle.
That's why we patrol for them in the morning and evening.
Oh, Fol.
Hey, that tickles!
Wait! Wait!
Come play with me!
I just wish dingos and people could be friends like you two!
On this nameless planet, I walk on an endless road.
I cure my hunger with grasses clustered along the path,
and sleep while the breeze of the wilderness caresses me.
There is no time to relax.
At 13:20, I feel an acute pain in my lower left abdomen.
I recover from it an hour later.
The same day, at 18:40, I feel a dull pain in my lower right abdomen.
I have a slight fever too.
It could be appendicitis or perforated pan-peritonitis.
I examined myself with the instruments I had.
But there are no abnormalities.
I injected myself with an antibiotic, but it didn't help.
The abdominal pain has gone away, but I've had a high fever since early this morning.
I can't move well either.
Could it be...
Carrots and potatoes, all simmering in a pot.
Put in some curry powder and simmer it some more.
Just wait a bit longer, Fol.
I'm making some yummy curry-rice.
Curry? the Carreras Ranch.
I remembered!
What's all the yelling about?
The name of the patient Doc went to see was Carreras!
I think he has a ranch 300 km south of here.
These are...
the same red spots!
I knew it was contagious.
And now I'm...
Dang! What is this?!
What's happening inside of me?
Think calmly!
Left first, then right.
The pain moves around.
I've never had such symptoms.
Will I die here?
It moves?
My assumption was very wrong!
I must reexamine my analysis.
Just like what I thought.
This is a piece of some organism.
It's an echinococcus!
I get it!
The abdominal pain and the fever were all caused by it!
A parasite was moving around, trying to pierce through my stomach!
Yeah, let me know if you hear anything.
It's no good.
He said that they haven't had any contact with Carreras for two or three days.
Maybe something's happened to Doc.
It produces red spots, moves around the host's body, and secretes a poisonous substance.
This is a new type of echinococcus.
That's why they couldn't figure out what it was at the local hospital.
At 24:15, I initiated an open abdominal operation to extirpate the echinococcus.
I'd never dreamt that I'd be operating on myself in a place like this.
Begin the operation.
How I wish Pinoko was with me!
Is this it?
Just stay in there.
I'll drag you out of there soon enough.
It should be behind the peritoneum.
It's in my body, so I know where it is.
What's this?
It's huge!
This is the one!
I'm safe now.
What's that?!
They're dingos!
Darn, they smelled my blood and followed it here.
Just stay there.
I'll play with you as much as you want once I'm done.
If they attack all at once, I'm done for.
I'll be done with the stitching soon.
Wait until then!
Doc! What are you doing here?!
He's stitching his own belly!
Operation completed.
The cause of the epidemic in the southern region, which caused the deaths of twenty-two victims,
has been identified to be a mutated form of the parasite echinococcus;
the mutation was caused by its encounter with strong farm chemicals.
This aggressive type secretes a strong poison inside the animals it infects.
It was first spread by wild dingos,
and was spread even further by the irrigation systems on farms - this caused a widespread outbreak.
I really appreciate this.
You helped us a lot already and now here you are taking us to the airport.
Don't mention it.
To those of us who live here, you're a lifesaver.
Anyway, those darn dingos are spreading diseases!
But are the dingos really to blame?
What people left behind has come back to attack us.
That's ironic.
Hey, you can come visit Largo with Fol.
Sure, I'd love to.
I love you, darling; If I can be united with you,
I couldn't be happier...
I wanted to see you forever
I'm laying on the grill,
being heated up by you,
so much that I change color
I dress up with sparkly grains of decorations
I love you, darling; Please love me more and more
I love you, darling; If I can be united with you,
I couldn't be happier
How does it taste?
A year is all I ask for!
Please save Sono!
The flower...
I want to become the head of this school before I die.
My daughter is sensitive to light.
When she's exposed to sunlight, her skin burns,
and her life is shortened.
I'm dying, right?
How can you assume that?!
I want to live.
Pinoko, let's begin.
Ms. Sono...
Next Karte - Arranging the Flower of Life.
Is he dead?