Black Jack TV - Full Episode 25 (Official & HQ with subtitles)

Uploaded by TezukaAnime on 07.09.2012

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 through his godlike scalpel skills.
The genius surgeon whom the era has yearned for.
Black Jack.
Whiteair Flight 203 from New York has just arrived at Gate 36.
Is it done already?
I'm so busy.
Who would be so rude as to call when I'm so busy?!
Yes. Yes.
Yes. Yes. Yes.
Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.
Oh, Doc!
Yeah, I'm at the airport.
I'm about to head home.
Doc, did you get me a souvenir?
Did you get the chocolate I wanted from America?
Yeah, I did.
That makes me happy!
Also, someone called wanting to schedule a checkup.
Let me get home first.
I'm sure you're exhausted,
so I'll prepare the bath and a meal for you.
I'm not exhausted.
You're working too hard.
You've been away in America for a whole week, so you need to...
That's it!
You need to relax with me in front of the TV!
Don't be silly, Pinoko.
I'll see you soon.
Oh yeah, the pot...
Is it doctor again?
It's not?
You're a patient?
The Cholera Epidemic
Originally by Tezuka Osamu "The Cholera Epidemic"
Hey, Black Jack!
Long time no see!
Is that you, Andoh?
I haven't seen you since our class reunion two years ago.
Where'd you fly in from?
From the US.
I see.
I was just in Southeast Asia.
It was the usual thing I do with the Japan Medical Association.
Let's go out for a quick drink,
and catch up a bit.
But aren't they waiting for you?
After staying with them for five days and nights, I'm tired of them.
Come on. Don't be a stranger.
Sorry, but I'm exhausted.
Oh, come on! We're old classmates, aren't we?
Gosh, did I miss Japanese food.
This is really good too!
Come on. Eat!
The food over there was good, but it was so hot.
It really got to me.
Did you undergo quarantine?
It's not like I'm sick or anyhting,
so I didn't bother.
Are you sure you're OK?
You're too cautious.
Doctors are supposed to be cautious about these things.
That doesn't sound like something an underground doctor should say.
So, I hear you're making good money.
Exactly how much?
Who knows?
You're so twisted.
Excuse me for a moment.
What's wrong?
No, it's nothing.
I'm going to head home now.
What's the rush?
Shouldn't you go home soon too?
Um, I have to...
What the...
And now the news.
Numerous doctors who were on Blueriver Airlines flight 607 from Southeast Asia
have been diagnosed with cholera.
This group was comprised of thirty-eight doctors.
The number of those confirmed to have been infected is now up to...
Dang. I might have been infected!
Hey, I'm sorry, but can we change the destination?
It must be Doc!
Doc! Welcome home!
So, this is Dr. Black Jacks's clinic?
It's small.
Who are you?
I called earlier about the doctor giving me a checkup?
He's not home yet.
He's coming back soon, right?
I'll wait until then.
He'll be tired, so he won't be seeing anyone.
He's the one who'll decide that.
That's not something you should decide!
Go home!
Who are you anyway?
The doctor's kid?
I'm his wife.
I don't care, as long as he can treat me.
I hear he asks for a crazy amount of money though.
But it doesn't look like he's making that much.
Hey! That's Doc's seat!
What's wrong?
The usual dizziness...
Oh no!
Keep the change.
It might be too late for the vaccination to work.
Doc, where are you?
Something came up, so I can't come home tonight.
You can't?
No, I can't.
I can't for at least a few days.
That's too mean!
I've been waiting for you with the bath all prepared.
Also, a patient is in trouble.
A patient?
She fell unconscious all of a sudden.
What's going on?
She just barged in after I told her you'd be home soon.
She has a fever?
And her pulse?
Does she have a pulse?
There's no pulse?
What about her blood pressure?
Did you check it?
Blood pressure...
That's quite high.
Of course.
It should be the same on both arms.
You must have mismeasured it.
Doc, please come home.
I can't handle this by myself.
Hush! Don't be so negative!
You're my assistant!
Ensure that the patient lies still.
It's better not to do anything rash.
And make sure she lays on her side.
I can't do it!
I can't come home for a few days.
Take care of the patient until then.
It may be pulseless disease.
Call for an ambulance immediately if something goes drastically wrong.
Doc, that's so mean!
Sheesh, what's all that noise about?
Where's the medical ward?
The medical ward?
I'm a patient.
I'll be staying here.
I'm not allergic to any kind of food, so just bring something soon.
Oh, my goodness!
About that cholera epidemic.
Can you check into what happened to Andoh?
Andoh? You mean our former classmate?
I might have caught cholera from him.
Yes, I'm alone.
It's the office in the small clinic I used to use when I first started practicing.
I have quite an array of patients, so I've kept this place just as it was back then.
I never dreamed I'd be using it like this though.
Do you have any antibiotics in case it develops?
I'll ask you for them if it happens.
Anyway, let me know about Andoh.
It's me.
He was infected.
He's been hospitalized along with the other doctors.
I see.
The number of those known to be infected with cholera has increased by six,
making the total number now thirty-four...
Staff at the emergency center are worried that those who had contact with the doctors may also be infected.
There isn't any evidence of the presence of cholera bacteria for now.
If I am infected, signs should show up either today or tomorrow.
You're not a good cook, are you?
If you don't like it, go somewhere else.
I've seen many doctors, but there weren't any good ones.
Dr. Black Jack can treat anything, right?
Or is he just a quack and can't really do jack?
He's not a quack!
But, perhaps, not even Dr. Black Jack can treat me.
Yes, he can!
Then I have to see him.
But he's not coming home yet.
We don't even know where he is.
That must be Doc!
Doc, where are you?
Tell me!
Why can't you tell me?
Doc, you dummy!
You're with a girl, aren't you?!
Pinoko, listen carefully.
I may be infected with a contagious disease.
So if I operate on a patient now, I'll infect the patient as well.
Just come home soon, Doc!
If I'm really infected, the incubation period should end either today or tomorrow.
So I'll come home after then if nothing happens.
Well, then tell me where you are.
I'll come right there.
I knew you'd say that.
That's why there's no way I can tell you.
Just wait patiently for a day or two.
In any case, call for an ambulance and transfer the patient somewhere else.
But Doc!
Pinoko must be throwing a fit by now.
Oh, Pinoko.
Huh?! You want me to help you find Doc?!
It's Sunday today so you're free, right?
Actually, I have a lot of homework to do.
It's your fault for letting it all pile up.
You're not leaving until you finish all of it.
So just as you heard,
Sharaku, you dummy!
Hello, is this a private detective?
I need you to find Doc.
I don't like prank calls, Missy!
Don't treat me like a kid!
Largo, go find Doc.
Now, take me to Doc.
Even Largo's mocking me!
What's going on?
These are the love letters I was going to send Doc while he was away!
I hate them!
I hate them!
I hate them!
I hate them!
You're such a crybaby.
Sorry I'm crybaby!
Quit whining and go somewhere else!
The number of those infected with cholera is now up to sixty-eight and counting.
The emergency center has now...
If it's going to break out, it'll be soon.
When that happens, I'll be extremely dehydrated and have an acute pain in my stomach.
I wonder what Pinoko's up to.
Does it hurt?
I don't know what to do...
She has a fever,
her hands feel weak,
she gets tired easily,
she often feels dizzy,
she occasionally falls unconscious,
she has high blood pressure,
and no pulse.
What should I do when all that happens?!
I can't breathe...
Here. I brought something to lower your fever.
It'll bring your fever down, so take it.
I can't...
I can't see.
It's dark.
Where are you?
Where's the medicine?
I can't see.
What should we do?!
Hang on.
I'll go look it up!
Let's see... An illness that causes blindness...
I can't...
I can't move my arms!
Please don't have so many things going wrong at once!
I'll make medicine for you.
Hang in there!
I'm making medicine right now!
What's wrong?
Are you OK?
Come on!
Did you fall unconscious again?
Her pupils are dilated.
I can't hear a heartbeat.
She's not breathing.
Did she die?!
Please don't die!
I'm sorry!
It's too late.
Where have you been all this time?!
She's already dead!
Why didn't you transfer the patient somewhere else?!
She refused to go anywhere else.
She's not dead yet.
But she is in a coma.
She's not dead?
Pinoko, prepare to operate.
Preparing to operate.
Preparing to operate.
So busy.
So busy.
Give the patient a vasculat.
Pinoko, can I have something to drink?
To drink?
Here you go, Doc.
All right.
If she has a stroke, it'll be too late to do anything.
One of her carotid arteries has occluded.
Vascular graft.
Atraumatic needle.
Vascular clamp.
Her cerebral blood circulation should temorarily improve.
Is it done?
We've saved her life for now.
That's all we can do today.
We'll replace the bad artery in her abdomen tomorrow.
I see.
Doc, you were so mean.
I was so worried.
I put myself under quarantine.
I was afraid I might be infected with cholera.
Didn't you hear about it on the news?
Cholera breaks out two or three days after an infection occurs.
That's why I couldn't come home.
Are you fine now?
After three days, I didn't have either diarrhea or pains in my stomach.
I should be fine.
I feel kind of strange.
What's wrong, Doc?
Something feels odd.
Could it be...
What do you mean?
So I was infected with cholera after all?
Why now?!
You have cholera?!
Pinoko, we must put this house under total isolation.
Don't go outside no matter what.
Also, that patient...
She's probably infected too.
The operation was a failure!
It's my fault.
Doc, isn't there anything we can do?
We need antibiotics.
I'll call him and ask him to send them immediately.
Hang on. I can make the medicine.
No, don't get any funny ideas.
I'm good at making medicine.
Where's the medicine I left here?
I gave him the medicine I made for the patient!
You mean that juice earlier?!
It had a drug to lower a fever,
a pain-killer,
a stimulant,
anti-itching powder,
and hemorrhoid medicine all mixed together.
That's why...
Oh, my goodness!
Doc, would you like rice porridge for dinner?
Or maybe you should stay on the safe side and just have the leftover broth?
Or would you like one of Pinoko's special medical concoctions?
Never ever make that again!
But aren't you glad that it wasn't cholera?
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?
What's that?
The abacus wasn't for me.
If they laugh at you, laugh back at them.
He'll be depressed if he can't use the abacus, which he loves so much, again.
You're trying to be the best?
The sound of an abacus is like my dad's voice.
Please calculate seven-million, five-hundred fifty-seven thousand...
Keep going.
My finger...
Next Karte - The Abacus Prodigy
It must be Doc!
Doc, where are you?