The Missing Fiancée
|Title:||The Missing Fiancée|
|Japanese title:||消えたフィアンセ |
|Original airdate:||May 14, 2016|
|Manga source:||TV Original|
|Cast:||Conan Edogawa |
|Case solved by:||Kogoro Mouri (via Conan)|
|Next Conan's Hint:||Cuff links|
|Episode director:||Koichiro Kuroda|
|Animation director:||Seiji Muta (supervisor) |
|Opening song:||Sekai wa Anata no Iro ni Naru|
|Closing song:||Futari no Byōshin|
|Prev episode:||« The Disappointing and Kind Alien|
|Next episode:||Kogoro's Pursuit of Rage »|
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One afternoon, an old woman named Shigemi Terakado and the mover Ryuji Matsuo were planning to rid a young woman named Motoko Kawaguchi from existence. Their plan was to murder her and bury her in the mountains.
After that, a man named Haruki Toriumi hired Kogoro to investigate his missing fiancée, the aforementioned Motoko. Toriumi felt that she must have gotten in an incident, so Kogoro and Conan investigated.
Three nights ago, Motoko said that she suddenly decided to move and had movers to pick up her stuff. On the same night, she also suddenly decided to quit her job. Motoko suddenly disappeared from her home and workplace. Another young lady named Suda Kumi appeared and asked where Motoko was. She said that they ran into each other in the city at that evening, that Motoko was her usual self and said that she was going to meet up with Terakado.
Kogoro and Conan went and asked Terakado about Motoko, since Terakado owed Motoko much for looking after her. She said she hadn't seen Motoko for a month... But her neighbor, Mitsue Uno, said that Terakado met Motoko three days ago. She also said that Motoko was causing trouble to Terakado, via extorting her fir money. This made Kogoro and Conan believe that Terakado was lying and killed Motoko Kawaguchi with the help of Ryuji Matsuo, who moved her stuff.
- Haruki Toriumi car drive is a 2015 White Lexus RC [SC10].
- The panel van is a Subaru Sambar.
In other languages
|Catalan (Catalan dub)||La promesa desapareguda||The missing fiancée|
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