|Oh no! Lina's Wedding Rhapsody?|
| Oh no! リナの結婚狂想曲?|
Oh no! Lina's Wedding Rhapsody?
|Japan||July 14, 1995|
Oh no! Lina's Wedding Rhapsody? (Japanese: Oh no! リナの結婚狂想曲?, lit. Oh no! Lina no kekkon kyōsōkyoku?) is the 15th episode of Slayers. It was first broadcast in Japan on July 14, 1995.
Hallas explains that a woman named Cally, is forcing him to marry her tenth daughter. He refused, and made a deal with Cally that if he was able to find someone else within a week to marry him, they would ship out.
Hallas is uber happy on what Lina did, and asks her hand in marriage. She tells him no, but he reminds her that it will be a fake marriage. He then offers Lina a carriage ride to Sairaag, as well as 1,000 gold pieces. She hesitates, and he offers 2,000 gold pieces. She isn't quite too sure, and he offers 5,000 gold pieces. She accepts!
Lina, Gourry, and Amelia (in disguise) meet Cally, and her daughter Paula. Hallas tells Cally that their wedding will be in the morning. Cally then hires a group of bandits to capture Lina and Gourry who are in disguise.
Things go sour at the wedding, when they are called to kiss each other. Lina refuses, and Cally calls out, saying that the girl is the criminal Lina Inverse. Things become even worse when Vrumugun and Zangulus show up, wanting to take Lina.
Vrumugun, Zangulus and Cally want Lina dead. They all throw Flare Arrows and Freeze Arrows. The spells cancel out, and Lina blasts them, destroying the house and presuming killing Hallas, Cally, and Paula as well (Vrumugun and Zangulus manage to survive).
Lina, Gourry and Amelia rush off in an average-looking carriage to the road leading to Sairaag as the bandits try to catch up...
Major events Edit
- Zangulus comparing Vrumugun to a phoenix reveals information given later in the season.
- Lina's alias was Mina Inertz, a lovely young woman who would marry Hallas. Amelia's was Ophelia, and she served as Mina's handmaiden. Gourry's allias was Gagarin, Mina's butler.
- This is Crispin Freeman's first role in the Slayers series before voicing Zelgadiss Graywords in episode 18.