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|Image=[[File:Idol.png|300px]]
|prevcode = Beyblade G-Revolution - Episode 31
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|DubTitle=Beyblade Idol
|prevtitle = Runaway Daichi
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|TransTitle=I Don't Get It!!
|series = G-Revolution
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|JPTitle=わけわかんねえ!!
|nextcode = Beyblade G-Revolution - Episode 33
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|RomajiTitle=Wake wakan nē!!
|nexttitle = Out of Their League}}
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|Season=Beyblade: G-Revolution
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|EpisodeNumber=32 (''[[Beyblade: G-Revolution|G-Revolution]]'')<br>134 (''[[Beyblade (original series)|Original Series]]'')
|title = Beyblade Idol
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|AirdateJP=August 11, 2003
|image = [[File:Idol.png|250px]]
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|AirdateUS=March 12, 2005
|japanese = わけわかんねえ!!
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|OpeningJP=[[Identified]]
|romaji = Wake wakan nē! !
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|EndingJP=[[Sign of Wish]]
|engtrans = I Don't Get It!
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|OpeningEN=[[Let's Beyblade!]]
|epnumb = 32 (''[[Beyblade: G-Revolution|G-Revolution]]'')
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|EndingEN=[[Let's Beyblade!|Let's Beyblade! (instrumental)]]
<br>134 (''[[Beyblade (original series)|Original Series]]'')
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|PrevEp=[[Beyblade G-Revolution - Episode 31|Runaway Daichi]]
|jpnair = August 11, 2003
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|NextEp=[[Beyblade G-Revolution - Episode 33|Out of Their League]]
|engair = March 12, 2005
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|engop = [[Let's Beyblade!]]
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|enged = [[Let's Beyblade!|Let's Beyblade! (instrumental)]]
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{{Translation|'''Beyblade Idol'''|わけわかんねえ!!|I Don't Get It!!}} is the thirty-second episode of ''[[Beyblade: G-Revolution]]''.
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|jpned = [[Sign of Wish]]
 
|previousep = [[Beyblade G-Revolution - Episode 31|Runaway Daichi]]
 
|nextep = [[Beyblade G-Revolution - Episode 33|Out of Their League]]}}
 
'''Beyblade Idol!''' is the thirty-second episode of the Beyblade series, ''[[Beyblade: G-Revolution]]''.
 
   
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
A news bulletin announces that the BBA has been bought to be transformed in a new professional league and Mr. Dickenson has resigned from his position as Chairman.
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A news bulletin announces that the BBA has been bought to be transformed in a new professional league and Mr. Dickenson has resigned from his position as Chairman.
   
 
Tyson, Hilary and Kenny go off in search of their old friend and meet Max and Daichi in front of the former BBA headquarters, which is being demolished. Eventually they find Mr. Dickenson, who reveals that the board of the BBA had completed the plans to sell the league while he was occupied with the World Championships. Tyson resolves to show up at the press conference the next day and discover who is behind the plot.
 
Tyson, Hilary and Kenny go off in search of their old friend and meet Max and Daichi in front of the former BBA headquarters, which is being demolished. Eventually they find Mr. Dickenson, who reveals that the board of the BBA had completed the plans to sell the league while he was occupied with the World Championships. Tyson resolves to show up at the press conference the next day and discover who is behind the plot.
   
The new pro-league is announced by DJ Jazzman to be BEGA - Beyblade Entertainment Global Association, headquartered in a tall skyscraper built at the BBA's former lot. The kids are soon faced with the new singing sensation, Ming-Ming, who announces that not only is she the official mascot of the BEGA League but also one of its top ranked professional Beybladers. Meanwhile, some men in front of TV screens announce to a shadowy figure that Tyson has been located.
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The new pro-league is announced by DJ Jazzman to be BEGA - Beyblade Entertainment Global Association, headquartered in a tall skyscraper built at the BBA's former lot. The kids are soon faced with the new singing sensation, Ming-Ming, who announces that not only is she the official mascot of the BEGA League but also one of its top ranked professional Beybladers. Meanwhile, some men in front of TV screens announce to a shadowy figure that Tyson has been located.
   
Back to the press conference, Ming-Ming notices the presence of Max, Daichi and Tyson and transforms into a grown up, teenage girl. Afterwards, she shows off her beyblading skills. Tyson challenges her to Beybattle and Ming-Ming accepts under the condition that he beat her entire Ming-Ming Band. Max and Daichi join him for a three-on-three match. The members perform while beybattling, which gives them extra energy to fight at par with the World Champions. Max eventually realizes their source of energy and figures that all they have to do is to understand the musical pattern. In the end, they defeat the three opponents.
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Back to the press conference, Ming-Ming notices the presence of Max, Daichi and Tyson and transforms into a grown up, teenage girl. Afterwards, she shows off her beyblading skills. Tyson challenges her to Beybattle and Ming-Ming accepts under the condition that he beat her entire Ming-Ming Band. Max and Daichi join him for a three-on-three match. The members perform while beybattling, which gives them extra energy to fight at par with the World Champions. Max eventually realizes their source of energy and figures that all they have to do is to understand the musical pattern. In the end, they defeat the three opponents.
   
Before they can challenge Ming-Ming, the shadowy figure shown before shows up and announces he's the one behind BEGA. The figure then reveals itself to be Boris, the ex-manager of the Biovolt Corporation and the Demolition Boys that Tyson and the Bladebreakers had to face in the first season in order to become World Champions.
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Before they can challenge Ming-Ming, the shadowy figure shown before shows up and announces he's the one behind BEGA. The figure then reveals itself to be Boris, the ex-manager of the Biovolt Corporation and the Demolition Boys that Tyson and the Bladebreakers had to face in the first season in order to become World Champions.
   
 
==Major Events==
 
==Major Events==
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==Characters==
 
==Characters==
 
*[[Tyson Granger]]
 
*[[Tyson Granger]]
*[[Kenny Saien]]
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*[[Ryu Granger]]
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*[[Kenny]]
 
*[[Hilary Tachibana]]
 
*[[Hilary Tachibana]]
*[[Daichi Sumeragi]]
 
 
*[[Max Tate]]
 
*[[Max Tate]]
*[[Ming-Ming]] (Debut)
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*[[Daichi Sumeragi]]
*[[Ryu Granger]]
 
 
*[[Mr. Dickenson]]
 
*[[Mr. Dickenson]]
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*[[Blader DJ]]
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*[[Ming-Ming]] (Debut)
 
*[[Boris Balkov]]
 
*[[Boris Balkov]]
   
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==Featured Beybattles==
 
==Featured Beybattles==
*Tyson Granger (Dragoon GT), Max Tate (Draciel G), & Daichi Sumeragi (Strata Dragoon G) vs Ming-Ming's Band = Tyson, Max, & Daichi
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*Tyson Granger (Dragoon GT), Max Tate (Draciel G), & Daichi Sumeragi (Strata Dragoon G) vs Ming-Ming's Band = Tyson, Max, & Daichi (Dragoon GT, Draciel G, & Strata Dragoon G)
 
[[Category:Beyblade: G-Revolution]]
 
[[Category:Beyblade: G-Revolution]]
 
[[Category:Season 3 (G-Revolution) episodes]]
 
[[Category:Season 3 (G-Revolution) episodes]]

Revision as of 05:24, July 26, 2016


Beyblade Idol (わけわかんねえ!!, I Don't Get It!!) is the thirty-second episode of Beyblade: G-Revolution.

Plot

A news bulletin announces that the BBA has been bought to be transformed in a new professional league and Mr. Dickenson has resigned from his position as Chairman.

Tyson, Hilary and Kenny go off in search of their old friend and meet Max and Daichi in front of the former BBA headquarters, which is being demolished. Eventually they find Mr. Dickenson, who reveals that the board of the BBA had completed the plans to sell the league while he was occupied with the World Championships. Tyson resolves to show up at the press conference the next day and discover who is behind the plot.

The new pro-league is announced by DJ Jazzman to be BEGA - Beyblade Entertainment Global Association, headquartered in a tall skyscraper built at the BBA's former lot. The kids are soon faced with the new singing sensation, Ming-Ming, who announces that not only is she the official mascot of the BEGA League but also one of its top ranked professional Beybladers. Meanwhile, some men in front of TV screens announce to a shadowy figure that Tyson has been located.

Back to the press conference, Ming-Ming notices the presence of Max, Daichi and Tyson and transforms into a grown up, teenage girl. Afterwards, she shows off her beyblading skills. Tyson challenges her to Beybattle and Ming-Ming accepts under the condition that he beat her entire Ming-Ming Band. Max and Daichi join him for a three-on-three match. The members perform while beybattling, which gives them extra energy to fight at par with the World Champions. Max eventually realizes their source of energy and figures that all they have to do is to understand the musical pattern. In the end, they defeat the three opponents.

Before they can challenge Ming-Ming, the shadowy figure shown before shows up and announces he's the one behind BEGA. The figure then reveals itself to be Boris, the ex-manager of the Biovolt Corporation and the Demolition Boys that Tyson and the Bladebreakers had to face in the first season in order to become World Champions.

Major Events

  • The BBA was bought and has been transformed into a new pro-league called BEGA.
  • Boris returns and is revealed to be the one behind BEGA.

Characters

Beyblades

Featured Beybattles

  • Tyson Granger (Dragoon GT), Max Tate (Draciel G), & Daichi Sumeragi (Strata Dragoon G) vs Ming-Ming's Band = Tyson, Max, & Daichi (Dragoon GT, Draciel G, & Strata Dragoon G)
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