Total # of Volumes: 1
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Languages: English VHS, Japanese w/subtitles VHS, or Multilingual DVD
Video: 4:3 NTSC Standard Aspect Ratio
Audio: Dolby Digital
American Release Status: Unavailable
Creator: Photon Project
Director: Kouji Masunari
Character Designer: Masaki Kajishima
Music: An Fu
Animation Director: Shinya Takahashi
Animation Studio: AIC
American Producers: US Manga Corps/Central Park Media
Title: The Idiot Adventures
Running Time: 180
Number of Episodes On This Volume: 6
1: Aun is an Idiot
2: The New Bride Keyne
3: Lashara Leaves Home
4: Pochi's Feelings
5: Papacha Turns The Key
6: Photon On The Green Planet
Episode 1: Aun is an Idiot
The story opens with a battle between two spaceships. They are chasing one another, and the pursuer seems to have the upper hand. He manages to sneak into the smaller craft and proceeds to chase the captain, an attractive young woman called Keyne, throughout the craft. Eventually, she realizes that he must have some sort of tracking device to be able to continually locate her no matter where she hides.
Keyne dashes into a bath chamber and proceeds to strip off her clothes in search of the homing signal. She finally discovers it, conveniently stitched into her panties. She destroys the device, and the attacker is repelled.
But, her ship is mortally wounded and heads for a crash landing on a nearby planet. As it begins to breakup, Keyne places herself into a life support chamber and small pieces of the ship begin to rain down on the local inhabitants. One of them, a black magic maker, which ends up in the hands of a village leader, plays a crucial role later on.
Time passes, and the next scene depicts the high priest of a small village on the planet named Sandy Planet, entering the shrine. The walls have been covered with graffiti, and the "holy object" (the aforementioned magic marker) is missing. The priest recognizes it as the work of his daughter, Aun.
Aun, it seems, has developed a crush on a local rock star and has decided to head off and become a groupie. She has taken the holy object as her "dowry" for their eventual wedding. The priest decided to retrieve his wayward child and sends for Photon. He tells the young man of Aun's escape and he heads out after her.
Along the way, Photon encounters a version of Sandy Planet "truckers" who ask what he is up to. When he replies that he is out to bring Aun home, the truckers react nervously and scramble to turn around. A few moments later, we learn why the truckers were in such a hurry.
While Photon was trying to catch up to her, Aun had run into some trouble with local thugs. They discover the holy object and decide to take it. Then they figure it would be best to quiet the girl by killing her. They step back always and launch a boulder at her. But just then, Aun screams that she does not want to die and a strange blue light radiates from her body. This light freezes everything in a large radius around Aun.
The only person unaffected is Photon, who dashes in and thwacks Aun on the head. This releases her "time stoppage" and they escape. The truckers, though are not so lucky, as half of their fleet is caught, and destroyed, by the effect.
Aun and Photon camp out that night in the desert. But after they go to sleep, Aun wakes up, writes "idiot" on Photon's forehead with the marker and takes off again in pursuit of her dream man. Photon awakes the nest morning and starts off after her again.
But this time, Aun is ready. She picks a spot on the far side of a canyon and waits for Photon to appear. When he does, she uses her power to cause his craft to plummet into the canyon. Now with Photon gone, she heads off again.
Meanwhile, in the canyon, Photon tries to climb out. But, before he can even get up, he and his supplies fall through the floor and end up inside the wreckage of a spaceship. Two mecha try to defend the craft but Photon quickly defeats them.
Photon then begins an exploration, which eventually leads him to the chamber where Keyne lies in suspend animation. After examining the body, he, for unexplained but plot necessary reasons, writes "idiot" on Keyne's forehead. Of course, this causes Keyne to awake. Keyne is unhappy to find this strange little man lying next to her and is even more upset to realize that she is buck naked. She quickly arms herself and proceeds to chase Photon around the room, blasting at him. Photon avoids the shots and Keyne eventually crashes into the highly polished walls.
There, she sees the "idiot" on her forehead but does not know what it says. But, she does recognize that it is the same markings as on Photon's forehead. This means, according to the customs of her society, that she and Photon are married. Her attitude then changes, and she drags her new husband off to the baths.
While all this has been going on, a signal from the crashed ship has made it back to the hunter we saw at the very beginning of the film. At the time of its arrival, he, Papacha, was engaged in a little womanizing. His retainers, the Pochi, come in to inform him and we are treated to an extended scene of gratuitous male nudity. Papacha them orders his ship prepared and he heads out to confront Keyne again.
Meanwhile, Aun has reached the home of her heartthrob and is dismayed to learn that he has a girlfriend. Aun then decides to wish on a falling star, which is none other then Papacha's ship coming in for a landing and this is where the episode ends.
Episode 2: The New Bride Keyne
Episode two opens with Keyne and Photon in the bath. After bathing, Photon takes a nap and Keyne checks the status of the ship. She is horrified to learn that the energy signal of her ship has been detected by Papacha. She orders the ship shut down and prepares to recover the missing "brain crystal unit" so that she may escape. She grabs Photon, they head for a shuttle craft and take off.
Meanwhile, Papacha sends a number of his Pochi crew members to the wreck. Pochi after Pochi is attacked by strange creatures but no sign of Keyne is found. They have made their escape, though not far, due to mechanical problems. They stop and Keyne makes repairs using a marker. When Keyne's marker runs out, Photon offers "the holy object" which is nothing more than a repair marker that fell from the ship along time ago.
A picture that Photon carries as fall out of his pocket at this time and Keyne asks him who the ladies in the picture are. Photon tells her that it is Aun and her older sister. Keyne asks whether Photon loves her and he blushes. Keyne gets jealous but cools off after Photon tells her that the older sister is married and that he watches over Aun at her request. Keyne asks whether Photon will watch over her the same way but Photon is asleep.
Later, they go on a quick shopping trip and use a "holy object" to barter for food. Keyne is mystified at the laughs and strange looks they get and Photon points to the writing on their foreheads. "What, they've never seen newlyweds?" she asks, still unaware that she has "idiot" scrawled on her face.
While this is going on, Aun has managed to meet Papacha and his crew. Papacha recruits Aun to help him find Keyne. Aun takes the Pochi to town and there they learn of a Keyne and Photon's visit. Aun is enraged to learn that Photon has been hanging out with some lady instead of rescuing her. She blasts back to the ship in a rage. She orders Papacha to launch his ship and search, but soon they crash in the desert.
They are still digging out when Photon and Keyne pass by. Photon makes them stop because the law of desert requires them to help. Keyne makes Photon wear dark glasses, which she dons herself, to disguise themselves. Photon walks over to the huge ship and lifts it out of the dune. Aun, who had been pouting nearby, recognizes Photon and soon Papacha realizes that the woman is Keyne.
Keyne and Photon try to make their escape but Papacha orders them to stop, or he will kill Aun.Aun then cries out and uses her power to freeze time. Photon runs in, whacks Aun on the head and runs off with her and Keyne. They get in their ship and make a run for it. Papacha recovers and gives chase. Soon, he catches up to them. He sends down attack troops which disable the shuttle. He tells Keyne that if she surrenders, Photon and Aun can leave unharmed. But, as soon as Keyne is close to Papacha, he orders the attack.
But, things don't go as he expected. It seems that Photon is invincible to the attack, and he easily defeats the forces. He then tosses the final assault craft into Papacha's ship, destroying it.
As Photon, Aun and Keyne leave, Keyne asks how he did it and Photon answers that everyone on the planet has some power. Then Aun awakes from the blow and demands to know who "that woman" is. Keyne introduces herself as Photon's wife and squabbling breaks out between the two women. Photon retreats to his box and goes to sleep and that is where the episode ends.
Episode 3: Lashara Leaves Home
The episode opens with Lashara, the daughter of the Galactic Emperor, begging her father to allow her to leave and join her love, Sir Papacha. The emperor refuses her request and Lashara retreats to her room. There. her handmaiden, Bulan, a rather strange woman with a huge hat that not only covers her face but sports a large smiling mouth, tries to comfort her.
Back on Sandy Planet, Aun and Keyne are up and getting ready for the coming day. As they brush their teeth, they continue to squabble over Photon. Keyne insists that the mark Photon place on her forehead designated her as his wife (though she remains unaware that it says "idiot") while Aun just wants Photon and her to head back home.
The sun rises and Photon awakes. This prompts more fighting among the women as they head to the kitchen to prepare breakfast. At first, it looks like Keyne might be a world-class chef, but soon it is apparent that she has no skill in the kitchen. Aun watches in fascinated horror as Keyne prepares her love's breakfast while Photon just drools with hunger.
Meanwhile, Papacha has concocted another plot to capture Keyne. This time, he has assembled what he believes to be an impenetrable Aho barrier. He launches one of his Pochi to send his greetings to Keyne and company in preparation for his attack.
Back at the center of the galaxy, Princess Lashara and Bulan have decided to go to Papacha despite her father's orders. They take a ship and head out. But, they are pursued by a huge fleet which tries to stop them. The two women counterattack and destroy the pursuers. They then make a space warp towards Sandy Planet.
By this time, breakfast is nearly ready. Aun tries to warn Photon by forcing the small pet of the ship to eat some of the foul cooking but even that does not deter either Photon or Keyne. They move outside to a table and prepare to eat. It is then that the Pochi arrives and sets up a small projector. After an elaborate (and obvious ripoff on Batman) opening, Papacha appears, sweeping all the food off the table and into the desert sand.
Keyne reacts immediately but cannot penetrate Papacha's barrier. Photon then rises from his spoiled breakfast and raises his spoon in a fist of rage. He slowly marches toward Papacha who sneers at Photon and his puny weapon. But to Papacha's surprise, not only does Photon's spoon breech his barrier but his fist as well and Papacha is sent flying by the uppercut.
In the aftermath of the battle, Keyne wonders how Papacha could find them so easily. She spies Aun and figures out that she must have a tracking device planted on her somewhere. She begins to strip Aun down but stops as soon as she locates the small compact that Papacha had given Aun previously. Keyne destroys the device and Aun tries to zap Keyne for the act. But, Keyne is ready and she slips a bracelet that suppresses Aun's powers onto her wrist.
Stilling trying to get a meal into Photon, Keyne heads to town to buy more groceries. Aun tags along and picks up a snack for herself. One of the Pochi overhears Aun's desire to get even with Keyne and quickly erects a fake pharmacy. Inside, Papacha, in disguise, gives Aun a bottle of "sleeping pills" which contain yet another tracking device. She and Keyne then head back to the ship.
Once again, Keyne prepares a feast for her beloved and just as they are about to sit down to eat, Papacha appears right in the middle of the table, destroying the meal. While Papacha brags, Photon rises and knocks him skyward with a mighty blow.
Poor Photon still hasn't had a meal and now the girls have decided to make breakfast a contest. Both Aun and Keyne will prepare meals and whoever Photon chooses has the best cook gets to stay on the ship, and the loser is banished. Photon heads up to bed while the ladies head into the town again to buy ingredients. There, they encounter an ailing Papacha, heavily bandaged from his last battle with Photon, posing as the pharmacist again. Both girls take the "sleeping pills" and head back to the ship.
The meals are quickly prepared and Photon readies himself to eat. Of course, Papacha appears and ruins the meal. This time, the girls assist Photon in abusing Papacha.
Soon thereafter, Papacha, bandaged from head to toe, kicks Pochi number one off his ship into a raging sandstorm. He tells the Pochi to never come back. Pochi tries to plead for forgiveness but Papacha will not listen. He rises up into his ship and flies away. The Pochi watches with sad eyes. It then bites its finger and uses a special power to use the drop of blood and few hairs of Papacha to see into Papacha's heart. There, it learns that Papacha has a secret desire to rule the universe and claim all its women as his own. Pochi even learns that Papacha already has 13 wives and that he desires only Princess Lashara has a sex slave.
Coincidentally, it is just that moment that Princess Lashara's ship appears in the skies above Sandy Planet. As Lashara looks excitedly towards the surface and her love, Papacha, Bulan murmurs about the fact that Sandy Planet is the source of the anti-aho energy. This is where the episode ends.
Episode 4: Pochi's Feelings
The action starts with poor Pochi, sitting alone out in the desert. Pochi recaps the events that lead up to the present predicament and then finds itself the target of a hungry sand creature.
Meanwhile, Papacha has found a spa in a small village and has decided to live it up. He chases women, drinks excessively and devours all the available food. He also manages to wreck most the place while he is at it. The other Pochi tries to reign him in, but none are successful as the banished number one would have been.
Out in another part of the desert, Princess Lashara and her handmaiden have landed and are beginning their search for Papacha. But, there is something that is causing their instruments to malfunction.
Back out in the desert, night has fallen and Pochi is near to becoming the evening dinner. But luckily, Photon has caught the scent of a sand creature and dashes out to kill the beast. He throws his staff and slays the monster. Photon then rushes forward to claim the carcass. He doesn't even seem to notice the cowering Pochi. But, he does quickly cook the creature. While eating, he offers some the meat to Pochi, who defers until Photon has eaten.
Afterwards, they both head back the camp and Aun and Keyne. At first, Keyne does not want Pochi there, fearing that it will allow Papacha to track them down. But, Photon persuades them to accept Pochi and even Aun relents.
The next morning comes, and it finds the Pochi who remained with Papacha busy doing chores at the spa. It seems that Papacha's behavior of the night before broke the bank, and they now have work off the debt. Even Papacha is pressed into duty. Of course, he tries to weasel out but the innkeeper will have none of it and eventually send Papacha out to drum up more business for the spa.
It is into this very town that Aun, Keyne, Photon and Pochi travel. They soon find their way to the spa and Papacha, in disguise, persuades them to stay at the spa. Keyne and Aun rush in but Photon spies trouble up on the hill and dashes off.
What Photon has seen is Princess Lashara who has attracted the attention of a gang of thugs. Photon dashes up and quickly defeats the hooligans. The Princess is grateful and asks Photon to help get down into the town. Photon accommodates her by scooping her up and leaping down into the town off the shear cliff. Of course, he lands on top of Papacha.
So, with all these girls at a luxurious spa, it is now time for the obligatory hot springs silliness. The girls prance around in little to nothing with the camera lingering on the most provocative parts while the dirty old man (played by Papacha) repeatedly tries to spy on them.
Eventually, Papacha's efforts cause the destruction of the hot spring. Out comes the owner and she is unhappy. But, Photon rushes over and grabs her in a bear hug. Soon, it is revealed that this woman is actually Aun's older sister. Photon is overjoyed but Aun is horrified to realize that her sister, who was once so thin and sexy, is now a large, overweight woman.
As this episode comes to a close, Bulan, the mysterious handmaiden continues to work on her plot and we learn that the Pochi are all female. This is where the episode ends.
Episode 5: Papacha Turns The Key
The story opens at the spa with Keyne, Photon, Pochi, Aun and her sister all seated in a room. Sister comments on Keyne and tells Photon that he has a beautiful wife. She then suggests a feast in celebration. As she leaves to prepare the meal, she orders Aun to help her. But, Aun is still in shock at learning that her once thin and sexy older sister is now an overweight innkeeper. Sister also asks Photon to track down their other guest and invite her to attend the dinner.
Meanwhile, Papacha has been tossed out of the spa and forced to stay at a low-rent hotel due to his behavior in the hot springs. He vents his anger on the Pochi and complains about the lack of women and booze. It is then that Bulan, the mysterious handmaiden, enters and confronts Papacha. She reveals that Sandy Planet is the location where Professor Aqua, Keyne's grandfather, hid the anti-aho furnace. She also tells Papacha that Photon is the singularity at the center of the anti-aho energy. She encourages Papacha to find the key to the furnace and start the machine.
Up on a nearby hill, Princess Lashara stands heartbroken. She replays the moment when Pochi told her of Papacha's infidelity over and over in her mind but she just can't bring herself to believe it. It is then that Papacha appears and pleads for forgiveness. He claims that the stories are just rumors and that he is the victim of jealous people. He seals his act of contrition with a kiss on Lashara's hand, and she seems to forgive him. Papacha then asks her for a favor.
Down in town, Photon and Pochi search everywhere for Lashara but they just can't locate her. Just when they are about to give up, they spy her coming down the road and race to greet her. Photon grabs the hand that Papacha kissed and Lashara pulls back upset. Photon, not realizing the importance of the hand to Lashara, is crestfallen. But, he perks right back up when she agrees to come to dinner with them. Up at the inn, Keyne learns that there is a place deep underground that produced the hot water for the spa's spring and she wonders if it might be her grandfather's machine.
Back at the inn, the welcoming feast is ready. Everyone seems to enjoy the food except for Aun. Sister asks why Aun is not eating and Aun cannot tell her the truth. Keyne takes the opportunity to tease Aun a little and then turns to sister. She asks sister if the stories about the underground heat source are true or not, and Sister tells of an explorer who discovers a place deep in a cavern that is now off-limits to men and is called "God's Resting Place."
The next day, Keyne, Aun, Pochi and Photon head out for the cavern. They are pursued by Papacha, who is using Lashara as a tracking device. Once at the cave, Keyne and company head in. Soon, Aun and Keyne get into a squabble while Photon, followed closely by Pochi, is tricked into chasing a fake Sister. After falling down a shaft, Photon and Pochi encounter Lashara, who orders then to leave.
Lashara fires blast after blast at Photon and Pochi but they successfully dodge the missiles. Suddenly, Lashara stops as a massive buildup of energy begins in her bracelets. She finds herself suspended in the air and a holographic projection of Papacha appears above her head. He thanks Lashara for being such a willing pawn and informs everyone that he has set the bracelets to create a massive explosion. Papacha then vanishes.
Photon leaps into action and tries to break the bracelets. Meanwhile, Keyne and Aun rush towards them, attracted by the previous explosions. Lashara pleads for Pochi and Photon to leave and save themselves but Photon is determined to save the princess. He finally snaps the bracelets and throws the shards away. Unfortunately for Keyne and Aun, the shards fall right at their feet and they are caught in the huge blast.
As a result of the explosion, Keyne and Aun fall down into a deeper chamber and locate the lost ship of Keyne's grandfather. Keyne dashes forward excitedly, nearly causing Aun to be trapped outside. Inside, Keyne reaches up and with a single touch, activates the ship's robots. But, they seem to no longer recognize her as they begin to chase and attack Keyne. Keyne ends up begging Aun to use her Aho power to stop the robots and Aun relishes the moment. But, she eventually gives in and Keyne removes the Aho restrictor she had placed on Aun earlier.
With the robots stopped, Keyne and Aun enter the inner chamber. Keyne sends her small pet into the computer (think Ry-Oki of Tenchi Muyo) and a display activates. It's Keyne's grandfather, and he explains that he had created Aho to be a source of energy to be used peacefully by the entire galaxy. Unfortunately, a greedy and evil assistant hijacked the Aho and caused it to be contained completely within his body. This man became the Galactic Emperor. In order to return the Aho to its original intent, Keyne's grandfather built this anti-Aho furnace and Keyne is the one who must finish its programming and activate it. Just as the holographic image of her grandfather is about to reveal the finale component, the key, Papacha appears and tells Keyne that she is the key. He then ties her up. Aun tries to help but gets caught in a two-dimensional trap (think the crooks in the movie Superman & Superman 2) by Bulan, who has abandoned her Princess Lashara and is now working with Papacha. The episode ends with Keyne's cries for help landing on the ears of Photon.
Episode 6: Photon On The Green Planet
The final episode opens with your standard cackling and gloating supervillian. Papacha has caught Keyne, imprisoned Aun in a two-dimension cell and Photon is nowhere to be found. Amid his celebration, Papacha reveals his plan to seize the Galactic throne for himself with Keyne's help. He then taunts Keyne to the whereabouts of her hero, Photon.
To Papacha's dismay, Photon appears. Papacha tries to blast Photon with Aho but Photon is immune to the energy. Papacha drops to his knees and begs for mercy. But, just as it appears that Photon will deliver the knockout punch, a figure emerges from the shadow of Princess Lashara. It is Bulan, and she fires a blast at Photon. Photon is trapped in bands of green energy and knocked unconscious. Papacha gloats at the turn of events but his celebration is short-lived.
Bolan recounts how Papacha arrived at this moment. She tells of his involvement in the capture and imprisonment of Keyne's grandfather and his attempt to kill the Galactic Emperor. The women are stunned at the revelations and Papacha is dismayed to hear his sins recounted. Then a man's voice begins laughing maniacally.
And so enters the Galactic Emperor. First, he attends to Papacha, banishing him from the scene after explaining that everything that has occurred did so by his (the Emperor's) plan. Secondly, the Emperor turns to Lashara. He reveals that her behavior, even her affections, had been determined and controlled by the Emperor. But, the Emperor goes one step further and announces that Lashara is not even his daughter. Lashara is crushed by the news and falls to the ground in a stupor.
Photon is upset that the Emperor made Lashara cry so he rushes towards him ready to delivery his most powerful punch. But, the Emperor deflects it easily. The Emperor then knocks Photon into the junk filled water nearby and rebinds him in the energy straps. Pochi has to fished the injured and bleeding Photon out of the water.
Seeing Photon hurt, Keyne attacks, firing blasts of Aho energy at the Emperor. The Emperor is not even bothered by the shots, and he turns his attention on Keyne. He reveals that Keyne is actually his own daughter (The Emperor had switched the two girls at birth) and Keyne refuses to believe him. But, the Emperor says that he has Keyne's mother with him and then proceeds to tear the front of his gown, drawing blood in the process, to display the head of a woman inside a tank that is the midsection of the Galactic Emperor. "Meet the original brain crystal," he cackles as Keyne is overwhelmed by the events.
The Emperor then causes a symbol to appear on the breast of Keyne and announces that he "carved" that symbol on her when she was young. He uses the symbol to control Keyne, and the poor girl transforms into a mindless zombie with a very scary face. The Galactic Emperor, clearly insane, then transports everyone outside to continue the battle.
There, he locks Photon and the possessed Keyne inside a special barrier that neutralizes Photon's abilities. Keyne, unaware of what she is doing, begins to pummel the helpless Photon. Memories of their past happy times flash up on the screen as Photon continues to be struck. Finally, Photon manages to force Keyne down to the ground and he lies atop her, begging Keyne to awake.
It is either the power of love or Photon's ability as an anti-aho singularity, but in any case, the spell of control over Keyne is broken. The Emperor congratulates Photon on his achievement and the proceeds to steal Keyne's soul out of her body. Photon, enraged, attacks the Emperor and the two wage a fierce battle. Unfortunately, Photon is outclassed and suffers many wounds. But, he does manage to get close enough to bite the Emperor on his neck and cause a gushing wound.
Keyne, meanwhile, prays to her mother to help her. Her prayers are answered as her mother, as a glowing, floating being, emerges and comforts Keyne. She then breaks the attachment between the Emperor and Keyne, causing the mark on Keyne's breast to vanish. Keyne's mother also causes the chamber containing her head to crack, weakening the Emperor. Photon uses the opportunity to lob his staff at the Emperor, driving right through his midsection.
The Emperor staggers around and curses at the change of fortunes. He then spirits away Lashara and begins a spell to use her as his shield. But, Pochi runs to her defense, transforming along the way from a dumpy, little, androgynous creature into a curvaceous young woman with long, flowing green hair. The new Pochi blocks the spell but loses her life in the process.
Amid all the confusion, Papacha reappears and reasserts his role as the villain, now that the Emperor has been weakened. But, the Emperor is not out of the game yet and he vanishes to part unknown. Papacha takes the moment to seize Keyne and heads off for the anti-aho furnace.
Out of the ground, a pair of massive doors open and a huge robot emerges. It slowly lifts off, and the giant rocket on its back ignites. The monster races off into the night. Inside, Keyne (still unconscious) and Papacha ride. Meanwhile, in the rubble at the site where the robot arose from, Aun, now free from her prison, runs over to the unconscious Photon and begins to slap him around. She demands to know what he will do to save Keyne.
Back in the robot, Papacha and Keyne near the site where the furnace is located. The robot plunges into the water and dives down to the ocean floor. There, the machine grabs a hold of a pillar and launches skyward. The robot rockets up and up until it is floating space. The pillar it had attached itself to is actually a long "cord" which drags the hidden anti-aho furnace to the surface of the ocean. Papacha shouts with glee at the accomplishment but his joy is short-lived as the entire Galactic fleet appears and surrounds the massive robot.
The fleet fires but does even scratch the robot. Soon enough, the fleet is destroyed and the robot zeros in on the Emperor and his ship. The ship is destroyed in a spectacular explosion. Papacha and Keyne then turn to the planet and head for the anti-aho furnace. But, they encounter another ship, this one is coming from the surface and on the outside, in a space suit, is Photon.
Photon launches himself at the robot and Papacha laughs confidently, assuming a robot that can destroy the Galactic fleet will have no problem with Photon. But he is wrong. Photon penetrates the robot's shield and skin. Once inside, he moves towards the control room, smashing parts as he goes. Papacha tries to eject the section of the robot that contains Photon but only manages to detach the wrong parts. Not before long, the robot is plummeting towards the ground and Photon is "surfing" down on a plate of metal, not far behind.
On the ground, Papacha scoops up Keyne and heads for the furnace. He leaves an inflatable doll shaped like Keyne behind to distract Photon. Photon finds the doll and hugs it. But, the doll pops and Photon begins to cry over the "dead Keyne" (this guy makes Forrest Gump appear as smart as Bill Gates). Then Aun and Lashara come rushing up. Aun gives Photon the appropriate "boot to the head" to set him straight and sends him on to rescue Keyne. Lashara also takes the moment to reveal Aun's secret crush on Photon.
Inside the anti-aho furnace, Papacha has placed the naked Keyne in the "password chamber" and he dashes around, preparing to make himself a god. In enters Photon, rushing up to save Keyne. But, he is stopped short by an invisible wall. It seems that Papacha put a 1 meter thick crystal wall across the entrance to stop Photon. Papacha taunts Photon, secure that Photon could never manage to break through this shield. But, Photon does destroy the wall by smashing it with his staff. Papacha retreats but Photon soon realizes that there is a second wall and his staff was destroyed in breaking through the first wall. Papacha hastens through the remaining steps and activates the program.
Photon refuses to give up and continues to try to punch his way through the wall. Meanwhile, the computer is slowly running a scanner up Keyne's body, revealing an intricate pattern on her skin. This is the "password". Papacha laughs and counts down the final seconds to his ascension to god hood. But, the program fails in the last second. It seems that the "doodle" that Photon had drawn on Keyne's forehead altered the password. At the same moment, Photon smashes through the wall. Aun and Lashara rush up to join Photon and Papacha realizes that he is defeated. He makes his exit, claiming that he is not defeated yet (an opening for future episodes?).
Back inside Keyne cries because the computer erased the mark from her forehead, effectively "divorcing" her from Photon. Photon solves the problem by rewriting the mark (idiot in Japanese) on her forehead. The other women watch in disbelief and then in horror as Photon turns and writes the same mark on their foreheads as well. The women are stunned, and Photon stands in complete oblivion to what he has just done (he just made all of them his wives) and this is where the episode and series ends.