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  • Dr. Smith
  • Dr. Smith
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  • Dr. Smith war ein Arzt (wenn nicht sogar der leitende Arzt) der MSV Worthington. Man findet ein Audio-Log von ihm in Mass Effect bei einem Auftrag.
  • Dr. Smith (スミス博士 Sumisu-hakase?): An American scientist who was also Tetsuzan's first disciple. He defected to Japan with the help of Tetsuzan, fearing the way his research was being used for the "Star Wars Project". He dreams of combining his scientific technology with the ways of Ninpō to help protect the world. In his first appearance in Episode 11, he repairs and improves the Jiraiya Suit after it was damaged in battle by Chang Kung-Fu Jr. and Green Dragon, building the Power Protector upgrade parts as well. In Episode 16, he takes Toha's beloved car and rebuilds it into the Black Saber. When he was kidnapped by Gamesh alongside his colleagues Dr. Brown and Dr. Schmidt in Episode 23, he managed to escape using a Ninpō trick taught to him by Tetsuzan. He also wielded a fountain pen equi
  • Played by Doug Walker, Dr. Smith is a human/spider hybrid based on Gary Oldman's performance of the character of the same name from Lost in Space. He is a more hammy and less subtle (if that is even possible) version of said character, usually appearing via a timeportal to the future at random times. And, of course, whenever he appears, rest assured that it will involve spiders in some form, even if it's usually just himself saying that. He appears in the review to "Secret Of Nihm II: Timmy to the Rescue", showing he is the creative consultant to the film's writer (Dr. Insano).
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  • Dr. Smith war ein Arzt (wenn nicht sogar der leitende Arzt) der MSV Worthington. Man findet ein Audio-Log von ihm in Mass Effect bei einem Auftrag.
  • Dr. Smith (スミス博士 Sumisu-hakase?): An American scientist who was also Tetsuzan's first disciple. He defected to Japan with the help of Tetsuzan, fearing the way his research was being used for the "Star Wars Project". He dreams of combining his scientific technology with the ways of Ninpō to help protect the world. In his first appearance in Episode 11, he repairs and improves the Jiraiya Suit after it was damaged in battle by Chang Kung-Fu Jr. and Green Dragon, building the Power Protector upgrade parts as well. In Episode 16, he takes Toha's beloved car and rebuilds it into the Black Saber. When he was kidnapped by Gamesh alongside his colleagues Dr. Brown and Dr. Schmidt in Episode 23, he managed to escape using a Ninpō trick taught to him by Tetsuzan. He also wielded a fountain pen equipped with a laser gun that alters an enemy's brainwaves.
  • Played by Doug Walker, Dr. Smith is a human/spider hybrid based on Gary Oldman's performance of the character of the same name from Lost in Space. He is a more hammy and less subtle (if that is even possible) version of said character, usually appearing via a timeportal to the future at random times. And, of course, whenever he appears, rest assured that it will involve spiders in some form, even if it's usually just himself saying that. He appears in the review to "Secret Of Nihm II: Timmy to the Rescue", showing he is the creative consultant to the film's writer (Dr. Insano). In "Kickassia", he randomly pops up, suggesting they invade Molassia with a legion of SPIIIIIIIIIIIDERSSS, but the Critic tells him to go away.