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'''A Fish Called Kine''' (known as '''The Fish Who Loved Me''' in Japan) is an episode of ''[[Kirby: Right Back At Ya!]]''. It is episode 15 (16 in Japan) of the series' run and is noteable for the first appearances of the [[Tornado]] Copy Ability, as well as the Animal Friend, [[Kine]].
 
'''A Fish Called Kine''' (known as '''The Fish Who Loved Me''' in Japan) is an episode of ''[[Kirby: Right Back At Ya!]]''. It is episode 15 (16 in Japan) of the series' run and is noteable for the first appearances of the [[Tornado]] Copy Ability, as well as the Animal Friend, [[Kine]].
   
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==Trivia==
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*The Japanese episode title is a reference to the James Bond film, [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0076752/ The Spy Who Loved Me.]
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*This is the first major appearance of the [[Animal Friends|Animal Friend]] [[Kine]].
* The Japanese episode title is a reference to the James Bond film, [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0076752/ The Spy Who Loved Me.]
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*This is the first time that Kirby uses the [[Tornado]] Copy Ability.
* This is the first major appearance of the [[Animal Friends|Animal Friend]] [[Kine]].
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*This is the first time that [[King Dedede]] uses an invention made by Escargoon, rather than order something from [[Nightmare Enterprises]]
* This is the first time that Kirby uses the [[Tornado]] Copy Ability.
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*[[Dyna Blade]] makes a cameo appearance in this episode.
* This is the first time that [[King Dedede]] uses an invention made by Escargoon, rather than order something from [[Nightmare Enterprises]]
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*The shark that appears chasing Dedede and Escargoon at the end of the episode is [[Joe]], the Shark from [[Kirby's Dream Land 3]]. Joe would later appear in [[Island of the Lost Warrior|Episode 020]].
* [[Dyna Blade]] makes a cameo appearance in this episode.
 
* The shark that appears chasing Dedede and Escargoon at the end of the episode is [[Joe]], the Shark from [[Kirby's Dream Land 3]]. Joe would later appear in [[Island of the Lost Warrior|Episode 020]].
 
 
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I've heard that opposites attract, but I ain't never seen a couple this opposite!
— King Dedede • A Fish Called Kine
A Fish Called Kine

A Fish Called Kine (known as The Fish Who Loved Me in Japan) is an episode of Kirby: Right Back At Ya!. It is episode 15 (16 in Japan) of the series' run and is noteable for the first appearances of the Tornado Copy Ability, as well as the Animal Friend, Kine.

Episode Plot


Trivia

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