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1 WHO IS PETER PAN? (15-Jan-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro, Man Shimada
Siblings Wendy, John and Michael have the same dream about a scary captain of the pirates named Hook and a strange flying boy named Peter Pan who saves them.  The three children live a rather monotonous life in late 19th century London, going to school, and sneaking laughs about their father at breakfast, but Peter Pan begins to infiltrate their life.  They ask their mother about him, and go on a search in the library.  They soon come to the conclusion that Peter Pan really exists and appears only to children—fading away from adults’ memories.  They start leaving their nursery window open, even though it is winter.  Peter Pan indeed visit their room, but all three are asleep despite efforts to keep awake.  Nana, the canine nursemaid, bites off the shadow of the intruder.  Wendy wakes up, and frantically hides the strange object in a drawer.  Peter Pan must return for his shadow, Wendy reasons, and she and her brothers eagerly await the next evening.  Later in the day, Mr. Darling becomes angry with Nana and ties her up outside before leaving with his wife to a party.  The children are alone… and excited.
***  Short but classic fight scene (in the dream)

2 THE LOST SHADOW (15-Jan-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro, Man Shimada
Peter Pan indeed comes looking for his shadow, helped by his faithful fairy Tinkerbell.  Wendy wakes up when he starts making a racket, pulling almost all the clothes out of her closet.  He is very happy to find it, but cannot reattach it to himself.  Tink offers to help with a bar of soap, but even this powerful substance (hehe) cannot keep it attached.  Peter is completely devastated and starts bawling, until Wendy approaches him.  She sews it back on, and the boy gives her an acorn necklace as thanks.  Wendy gives him a kiss, but this infuriates Tinkerbell (Tink stays angry at Wendy for about 20 more episodes).  Peter teaches the Darlings to fly and takes them to Neverland
NOTE: This is similar to the Disney version, but it’s oh-so-much funnier
****

3 NEVERLAND (22-Jan-89)
Script by: ?
Wendy, John and Michael arrive in Neverland.  Before Peter can take them home, Hook begins firing cannons at him.  As Wendy heads after Tinkerbell to the treehouse, the fairy tells the lost boys to shoot the ‘Wendybird’ down.  Tootles hits her, realizes that he has shot down a girl, and faces Peter’s wrath (…well, it’s about as angry as Peter ever gets).  It turns out that Wendy is unharmed, however, because the arrow hit straight into the acorn necklace Peter gave her.  The Darlings slowly become accustomed to living in the treehouse, while the lost boys are mesmerized by how a good a mother Wendy is.  Neverland seems all fun and games, until the pirates get close to the treehouse at night.  The lost boys prepare to defend themselves, but Peter has the territory covered.
****   AWESOME fight scene!

4 THE CAPTAIN (29-Jan-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
John and Michael attempt to fly once again (unsuccessfully), and are saved by Peter just before they hit the ground.  Afterwards, the Darlings and Lost Boys go looking for mermaids.  After hours of waiting for the girls to appear, Slightly, Curly and John go looking for more adventure someplace else (preferably having to do with pirates).  Upon their leaving the mermaids take Michael and Wendy down into the water, and, being the only one else present, Tootles dives down and saves them.  At the tree house, Tootles shows them a cute little raccoon named Rascal.  Meanwhile, John gets his first look at the pirates-- and gets caught by them, along with Curly and Slightly.   On the ship, Captain Hook appears for the first time and puts John up on a plank high above the water.  Before he gets to laugh, Peter appears.  Unable to fly away, with his friends held hostage and Hook coming at him with a sword, there seems to be no chance for Peter to get away alive.  But fortunately for him, this episode also includes the first appearance of the ticking crocodile.
****

5 SMEE’S SEWING MACHINE (5-Feb-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
While Peter ‘modestly’ presents his flying abilities to John and Michael, Tink decides to prove to the two gullible boys that Peter can also turn day to night.  After Tink persuades them to close their eyes, Peter hangs a blanket above them.  It doesn’t take long for John to understand the prank that was played on him, but when he does come out from under the covers, Wendy is already enraged.  After the lost boys fight over who gets to bring the blanket to her to stitch it up, Wendy tells them about a marvelous machine that makes sewing easy and quick.  Slightly instantly goes to try building the contraption with Curly, but neither of them knows what such a machine even looks like.  They really lose hope after Wendy inadvertently tells them that a sewing machine can’t be made solely from wood.  But Slightly is determined.  Meanwhile, Hook gets very irritated by Smee’s off-key singing about mothers as he is sewing—mothers being a touchy emotional subject for the captain.  Smee is sequestered off to shore to continue his chore, which presents Slightly and Curly with the perfect opportunity to see a sewing machine in action.  But although Smee is more grandfather than pirate, Hook’s crew arrive on shore just as the two lost boys get comfortable.
*****   Mini-fight scene (more of a rock throwing contest)

6 JOHN THE PIRATE (12-Feb-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
John is sick and tired of doing chores in the treehouse, and complains about having to wash the floor while Peter Pan amuses himself all day.  He decides to join the pirates, on a whimsical suggestion from Tinkerbell.  As he heads towards the ship he meets the Indian girl Tiger Lily (in a rather violent encounter hehe).  She offers to present him to the Captain.  On the pirate ship, Hook has sent off all the pirates to shore to celebrate his mother’s birthday in peace.  When John boards the ship, Hook is less than pleased with the aspiring buccaneer, and assigns him to wash the deck (John is apparently destined for cleaning jobs).  Tiger Lily, who has snuck unto the ship after John, suddenly attacks Hook from behind with a knife intending to kill him.  Luckily for Hook, Cecco returns and distracts the girl enough for Hook to subdue her.  Tiger Lily, and John as her conspirator, are cast into the man-made sandpit for their insolence.  Only Peter Pan can save them from here, but he does it without even flying.
***

7 THE NEVERBIRD EGG (19-Feb-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
Early one morning, Wendy follows Peter to see something new he has found.  Beyond the flying crystals and the source of the rainbow, Peter brings Wendy to the Neverbird’s nest.  The boy wants to give it to Wendy as a present, but she refuses after finding out that the Neverbird laid one egg only every three years.  Offended, Peter flies away, leaving Wendy with the egg.  Soon, Tiger Lily comes looking for the egg, but Wendy hides it in the most unexpected place so that even the pirates could not find it.  Hook also wants the egg, to eat it and fulfill his desire for eternal youth.  When the pirates see smoke up in the mountain from the girls’ campfire, Hook goes up with Smee to investigate.  Will Peter appear at the last minute, or will Tiger Lily and Wendy be caught with the egg?
***  Fight scene!

8 THE CLOCK (26-Feb-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
Wendy wishes she had a clock in order to organize her household.  Peter Pan immediately suggests extracting the clock inside the ticking crocodile.  The ensuing silliness results in Capt. Hook losing his wardrobe, the crocodile being subjected to a Hook “puppet show,” and a firing of projectiles full of laughing gas into the poor croc’s jaws.  Meanwhile, Hook is sure Peter’s reason for trying to remove the clock is to eliminate the warning sound of the crocodile’s approach, and starts getting a little psychotic. 
****

9 BIRTHDAY EVERYDAY (5-Mar-89)
Script by: Man Shimada
After celebrating Michael’s birthday, Peter Pan declares every day everyone’s birthday, and gives Wendy the task of baking five cakes for the occasion.  Wendy complies only because she thinks this will make Peter happy.  Peter, however, soon forgets all about his decision, and brushes her efforts off as an unimportant trifle compared to the new exciting adventure he just had.  Wendy gets very angry and locks herself up in the attic.  John advises Peter to apologize, but this is something the boy can’t imagine doing in any circumstances.  When the two do talk, the situation only gets worse, and Wendy announces she wants to leave Neverland and runs out into the woods.  Peter is chased out of the tree house by a mutinous band of Lost Boys and is left to grapple with his conflicting self-pride and friendship to Wendy.  A sacrifice of this pride must be made to get Wendy back, and piranhas only complicate the situation.
*****

10 JOHN FALLS IN LOVE (12-Mar-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
John wants to pursue a relationship with Tiger Lily and is interested in meeting her father.  Only after being invited to her village, does he find out that the Chief is a frightening man.  John is extremely nervous the next day, but when he finally meets the Chief he learns that Tiger Lily’s father is a friendly, albeit imposing, man with a knack for singing British songs.
**

11 HOOK’S MOTHER (19-Mar-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
As Wendy is telling the story of Cinderella to the Lost Boys one night, they ask what a stepmother looks like.  Since there are no old people in Neverland, Peter resorts to stealing the Hook’s treasured portrait of his mother to show them an old woman.  Hook is furious when he finds the picture missing, and blames it all on Cecco who fell asleep on the watch as usual.  The pirates all sympathize with their fellow pirate, and guess that it was only Peter Pan who could (or would) steal the portrait.  They fail in their attempts to catch Peter, but they take Michael, and soon Wendy, prisoners.  Peter Pan has no choice but to give himself up, and everything looks pretty hopeless for a moment.  Meanwhile, Slightly and Curly have been trying to build what they think is the carriage from the Cinderella story as a gift for Wendy, and this device happens to come in very handy in the dire situation.
****   Mini-fight scene


12 SCARY STORIES (26-Mar-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
It rains all day, and everyone in the tree house is bored to tears.  Peter Pan suggests a game of telling scary stories.  Meanwhile, Alf and Robert are caught in the rain and accidentally discover both the tree house and the secret entrance into it.  They are soon hiding behind furniture, getting just as scared of Peter’s story as John and the Lost Boys are.  Wendy, hoping to scare Peter out of his pants, decides to load the deck and enlists Michael’s help in creating a ghostly apparition.  Both Peter and Wendy get more than they’d bargained for in the end.
****

13 PETER PAN CAPTURED (16-Apr-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
Captain Hook’s lifelong wish comes true when he suddenly manages to catch Peter Pan.  Wishing to inflict cruel and unusual punishment, Hook decides to feed Peter to the crocodile as an ultimate revenge on his nemesis.  The crocodile fails to show up near the pirate ship for some time, however, giving Wendy and the Lost Boys a chance to try to rescue Peter.  This plan ultimately fails, and Hook decides to give the boy the traditional beheading, but his plan is thwarted at the last second by a mysterious woman.
*****     Fight scene!

14 BRAVE LITTLE MICHAEL (23-Apr-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
One day Wendy is found sick in bed, and Peter goes to the Chief for help.  Although the Chief does not desire to help him (because Peter played some annoying prank on him just the other day), Tiger Lily gives him a plant that should be boiled and drunk as medicine.  But by the time he arrives, forgetful Peter does not remember what the Chief’s daughter had instructed him to do with the plant, so he makes up some foolish directions-- water it for a thousand days until fruit starts growing on it.  Michael knows Wendy would suffer for a long time before the plant was ready, so he decides to get ice to lower her high fever.  He sets out with Tink for Ice Mountain, far away from home.  All would have gone well, if Starkey and Alf hadn’t crossed the little traveler’s path.  They too were getting ice for their sick Captain.  When Michael comes back with the ice and snow in a jar, the heartless buccaneers snatch it from his very hands and walk away.  Michael is left crying in the desert land.  But Peter would avenge Michael, and both of them would cure Wendy… while Hook would be left to cure himself, hehe.
****

15 CECCO THE TRAITOR (30-Apr-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
Annoyed by Cecco’s unreliability at staying awake at the watch, Hook decides to put him in the man-made sandpit of death.  After the pirates leave, Peter saves Cecco by catching him in mid-air as he falls through the bottom.  When Peter returns to the tree house, the pathetic buccaneer comes trudging along with a white flag of truce.  It turns out that he wants to become a lost ‘boy’, and surprisingly, Peter allows him to join.  However, John has his doubts.  Innocently mopping the floors by day, and telling secrets to the pirates at night, Cecco manages to pass as one of Peter’s band- but for how long?
*****     AWESOME fight scene!

16 SNOW WHITE WENDY (7-May-89)
Script by: Man Shimada
Peter’s band is having fun with giant lizards in a meadow- that is, everyone except John who faints three times.  All the while, Wendy is annoyed by Peter’s behavior in not keeping his promise to pick flowers with her.  Before she knows it, Alf and Starkey catch her and take her on their boat.  On their long journey back to Hook’s ship, Starkey takes out a letter his sister had somehow mailed him.  Starkey has such literacy problems that Wendy decides to read it to him and the teary-eyed Alf.  She also starts telling them the story of Snow White when the letter mentions it, because the pirates do not recognize such a tale.  But after some time, the current begins to get rougher and faster, and Alf notices the waterfall up ahead.  Starkey lassoes a branch extending from a floating island and they are saved, while the boat is smashed between rocks.  Once on land, Wendy finishes the story and is offered a strange fruit from Starkey as a sign of friendship, which Alf immediately criticizes as ‘too nice’.  Instantly, Wendy falls into a deep endless sleep, while the two pirates are left confused and helpless.  When Peter arrives, though, Tink recognizes the fruit and claims there is an antidote that must be drunk by the victim before sunrise.  But if Peter doesn’t make it before sunrise, Wendy will remain asleep forever…
****

17 JOHN CAN’T SLEEP (14-May-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
Wendy wakes up and finds an irritated John counting sheep with circles under his eyes from lack of sleep.  He hasn’t slept the entire night and gets annoyed very easily.  Then Peter remembers the strange music he once heard on Hook’s ship that caused everyone to fall asleep instantly.  Later, Smee tells Peter that the music was no spirit, but the Captain’s harpsichord.  He sneaks Peter onto Hook’s ship and shows him the forbidden instrument.  But when Peter starts playing so loudly (and out of tune) that Hook comes barging in, Smee (being very, very nice) takes the blame so that Peter can escape.  But the Captain is not deceived, and he makes an ingenious trap, so that if one should play a certain key on his harpsichord, the seat blows up.  Wendy tries fooling Peter into thinking that John has fallen asleep, so that he wouldn’t go back for the harpsichord and get into any more trouble, but she fails.  Peter is determined to get John to sleep, but most importantly: to annoy Hook.
*****

18 TOOTLES THE BRAVE (21-May-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
When Tootles takes a flower for Wendy, he almost causes his friends to fall from a floating island, and each of them, including Peter, are angry with him.  They decide to leave him at home when they go on their adventures, and only Wendy is by his side.  Then, when Tink introduces the idea of capturing Hook’s flag to prove he is worthy to participate in Peter’s adventures, Tootles and Wendy set off for the Captain’s ship.  When they get there, they find the flag gone from the mast, and decide to follow Smee on his rowboat.  It happens that when Smee finished washing the flag, it accidentally tore, and the old pirate fled to shore to try to sew it up.  But, when Tootles and Wendy arrive, he sees his chance to give his guilt away.  Unfortunately, just as the two are leaving with their trophy, they are caught by the pirates.  Hook sees this as an opportunity to use Wendy as bait to catch his nemesis.  But somehow, Tootles manages to ruin the Captain’s plan just enough to save Peter and Wendy.
*****    Fight scene!     

19 HOOK’S CLOAK (28-May-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
Under the rains of the black clouds that circle above, Hook takes his ship up into his castle.  He looks among his most treasured possessions, and finds his cloak missing.  Smee then admits that he was taking it out to dry, and that he could not find it since.  Hook bursts into a fury that shakes the whole castle.  Meanwhile, the lost boys are happily playing with the cloak, while Wendy worries that all this fun could cause much trouble.  Peter Pan decides to bring back the cloak just to please Wendy, but is very surprised to find the pirate ship missing from the bay.  Peter decides to wait for the ship to return.  Back at the treehouse, Wendy is proved right when the pirates come heavily armed with Hook’s most powerful explosives, cannons, and swords.  Although the Lost Boys fight with all their might, the pirates still overcome their tree house.  Alf grabs hold of Wendy as a hostage and it seems there is no hope left; but no firearm or blade can withstand the Lost Boys’ secret weapon: Peter Pan.
****  Awesome fight scene!

20 WENDY DISAPPEARS (4-Jun-89)
Script by: Man Shimada
***

21 WENDY CAPTURED (18-Jun-89)
Script by: Man Shimada
**** 

22 HOOK’S SECRET WEAPON (25-Jun-89)
Script by: Man Shimada
Hook reveals his huge robot ‘One-Eye’, fully equipped with cannons, iron fists, and a big bright searchlight.  Peter is scared out of his wits at first, but when Smee mysteriously turns on all the lights, including the lantern, in which Wendy has been trapped, he has lost all his fear.  Hook tries to crush him and shoot him, but misses and almost hits Wendy.  This is where the Captain takes her up in the metal clutches of his robot and rides after Peter, crushing everything beneath him- including a water pipe.  The pirates and Lost Boys see the giant spiked wheel of Hook’s secret weapon break through the ceiling and fall.  Somehow, Hook manages to steer the robot out and into the mountain where he breaks the stone wall with the fist in which Wendy is held.  She is suspended far above the sea, and with one pull of a string, the Captain can have her fall.  Tootles tries to get his hot-air balloon close enough to save Wendy, but fails.  The Lost Boys start tearing the robot apart, but this makes it lose hold of Wendy.  She falls and it looks like Peter has to fly faster than sound to save her.
*****  You can call it various little fight scenes, or just one huge, long one

23 THE RAIN GIANT (9-Jul-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
The whole first half is a huge, somewhat grotesque, fight scene.  At last when Hook rams his mechanical sword into a boulder and sinks with it, Peter reverses the dark clouds that hover around the castle to make them disappear.  The light pierces through every crack and doorway, and the mountain crashes down into the sea- crushing Hook’s ship.  When Peter’s band returns to their demolished house, Tiger Lily tells them that Tink has disappeared.  Even the Chief does not know where she has gone, but he advises them to go to the Memory Bird who lives on top of the Rain Giant.  Peter and Wendy have difficulty finding anything out from this Memory Bird, and moreover they must get off the Rain Giant before it disappears.  
****  Fight scene galore!

24 ESCAPE IN THE VALLEY OF THE ELVES (23-Jul-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
I don’t have this one! L

25 TINKERBELL RETURNS (30-Jul-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
I don’t have this one! L

26 THE MAGIC AMULET (6-Aug-89)
Script by: ?
Having installed a ‘flying stone’ inside the Cinderella ship, the lost boys can now travel across Neverland on air—albeit rather slowly and not far off the ground.  Luna returns with hopes of hiding the amulet that operates her grandmother’s Black Mirror.  The sorcerers, and soon the pirates, are all after this powerful piece of jewelry, but Wendy comes up with a clever plan to trick them all.
****

27 DON MALAPROP (13-Aug-89)
Script by: ?
As Peter’s band continues on their journey, they meet a quixotic knight named Don Malaprop (get the literary reference? wink wink).  The old knight claims he has defeated and killed Captain Hook in a duel and even offers up Hook’s ponytail as proof.  He begins to train John in the arts of chivalry and warfare.  Hook hears of the rumors being spread about his death and vows revenge.
***   Strange fight scene

28 SATAN’S BRACELET (20-Aug-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
Sinistra is up to no good this time when she summons Satan’s bracelet, a charm that holds the power to change Luna’s thoughts into wanting to come back to the Castle of Darkness and take her grandmother’s place.  Unfortunately, Luna and Wendy decide to switch clothes for a practical joke on their friends.  When Wendy is washing the laundry by the river, Sinistra’s three minions steal up behind her and attach the snake-like bracelet onto her wrist.  Once they see it is Wendy that they have put the irremovable curse on, they flee, knowing Sinistra will be very, very angry ;).  Wendy is put in bed while Tootles ineffectively tries sawing it off.  Luna is blamed for Wendy’s suffering.  In the middle of the night, Peter finds Wendy walking away into the forest.  When he tries talking to her, the power of the bracelet makes her a harsh and cruel girl.  The next day, she does not remember any of her friends, nor her name; only that she is destined to be the Princess of Darkness.  So Peter decides to go along with her and promises to take her to the castle, but probably regrets doing so after she starts violently hitting him.  Only Luna’s memory from her childhood can save Wendy from the bracelet’s power-- for the sake of her friends… and Sinistra’s minions. 
****  Short fight scene between Peter and Wendy near the end. hahaha

29 TO FLY (27-Aug-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro, Man Shimada
A baby fairy gets extremely attached to Peter (literally), insisting that he’s her mother, much to his chagrin.  Peter’s band soon finds out that she is a flower fairy whose family is flying away in just a couple of days.  Ever since the fairy’s mother died, she’s forgotten how to fly, and so has been left to die.  The Lost Boys attempt teaching her how to fly by gradations, and Peter uses some very Spartan methods, but nothing works until a ridiculous accident takes place.
*****

30 FIRE LAKE (3-Sep-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
Slightly forgets to lower the anchor at night, and the boat ends up on an island surrounded by dark water.  This lake is inhabited by a fire-spewing fish that will burn anything that is over the lake water.  Although escape seems impossible, their very presence on the island suggests that there is a way to cross.  Tootles gets an idea, but when Captain Hook shows up with his huge, brand-new ship, the difficulty of escaping is doubled.  Hook attempts to siege Peter Pan’s band, but a good plan and lazy drunken pirates allow the boat to escape.
*****

31 PETER CAN’T FLY (10-Sep-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
John and Michael go searching for adventure in a strange and desolate forest, where they find strange fruit growing on a bush.  Only the foolish older brother eats the unknown plant, while Michael decides to have Peter’s advice before he tastes it.  By the time they come back, the effects of the fruit already start to cloud John’s mind.  He doesn’t remember stories, becomes greedy, and wants to live by himself in the forest.  Luna then recognizes the evil fruit and tells the story of how Pandora had poisoned the land with black magic and ruined all the plants.  All of a sudden Peter falls to the ground, and can’t seem to fly- unfortunately, he had eaten some of the fruit too.  Peter soon becomes completely depressed and indifferent.  When he sets out- walking- with Tink into the forest, a bird that had eaten the same fruit snatches him up.  Wendy and Luna set out to search for Peter and John, leaving Tink in charge of the lost boys.  They find John fighting off a bird, and this is the one place where Wendy slaps him for his bad behavior, hehe.  While Luna takes John back, Wendy is taken by a bird too, and dropped into a hollow stump- the passageway to a new world which contains the key to a cure for the two boys.

32 THE WHITE CASTLE (17-Sep-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
The Cinderella ship goes on through the woods to a bright meadow where the land is plentiful with clear water, and flowers that repeat what you say into them.  Luna recognizes them as a rare species that barely survived Sinistra’s destruction.  She tells of the White Mirror that is the only key to stopping her grandmother from devastating Neverland.  All the while, Bill and Cecco are listening, and tell Hook about Peter’s next plan to find the mirror.  Hook understands that Peter wants to him to find it, so that he can take it afterwards.  So the Captain steers the ship to a strange and desolate castle and explores its traps.  Tink perceives that Hook knows Peter is following right behind him, and warns her friends, but Peter walks right into one of Hook’s traps.  Peter and Wendy are stuck between walls of stone, while the pirates catch all their friends.  Now, the croc is the only one who can save Peter’s band from Hook’s steel clutches. 
***

33 RASCAL (1-Oct-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
***

34 GHOST TRAIN (22-Oct-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
**

35 KEY TO THE BLACK MIRROR (29-Oct-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
***  Fight scene!

36 THE STONE IDOL (5-Nov-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro

37 THE PATH TO THE CASTLE (19-Nov-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro

38 HOOK ATTACKS (3-Dec-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro

39 NEW SORCERESS (10-Dec-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro

40 NEVERLAND IN DANGER (17-Dec-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro

41 RETURN HOME (24-Dec-89)
Script by: Shin’ichi Yukimoro
Wendy and Luna have fallen into the Black Mirror, and Luna’s huge robot disintegrates just as it is about to crush Peter Pan.  Peter and the lost boys are furious at Hook, but the captain uses the little magic he has learned from Sinistra’s books to transform Slightly into a pig (evidently not a hard feat, hehe).  He then creates a flying dragon, and mounts it in hopes of pursuing and killing Peter Pan.  Meanwhile, inside the Black Mirror, Wendy encounters Luna’s inner child and witnesses a battle of epic proportions between Luna’s good and evil alter-egos.  When goodness prevails, the Black Mirror turns white, Hook’s dragon disappears, Neverland is saved, and everything returns to normal.
And then, suddenly … to the horror of the show’s fans everywhere… Wendy announces that it is time to go home.  The three children return to London, and Peter promises to come back for them as soon as they have a new adventure.  Time flows differently in Neverland, however, and Peter doesn’t return for years.  When he does, it is Wendy’s daughter Jane that he finds sleeping in the nursery.  He takes her to Neverland… and PPNB comes to an end on this bitter-sweet note… (sob sob)
****     Mini-fight scene
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