After Saki (Yuki Saito) has been captured by the Mizuchi clan at the
end of last episode, she isn't just executed or put out of action in any
other way, instead old man Mizuchi offers her an assignment to kidnap
young Amy and with her help track down her scientist father Doctor Horner,
who has made an invention to turn humans into willing slaves but gone into
hiding when he realized just what he had invented.
Even though Saki
doesn't exactly accept Mizuchi's assignment, he lets her go just like
that, and it soon becomes he is actually her father. With the help of her
suspended classmates, Saki kidnaps Amy anohow and uses her to track down
her father, but to save him from the Mizuchis, not to deliver him to them
- but it doesn't work out, Mizuchi and company get their hands on Horner,
Amy and Saki anyhow, and after Mizuchi can't make Horner talk under any
circumstances, he finds it amusing to have Amy and Saki fight to the
death, putting the lives of Amy's father and Saki's mother at stake ...
but Saki is capable enough to use this setup to make an escape together
with Amy, while her boss Jin (Koji Naka) has rather by incident stopped by
around the same time to save Horner - and in the end, Horner and Amy can
be safely smuggled out of the country, while Saki has to come to terms
with the fact that she might actually be Mizuchi's daughter.
two-part thriller that might be far-fetched and convoluted, but it's told
in such a naive way that it somehow works anyhow. Not one of the better Sukeban
Deka episodes though, and a bit short on yo-yo action - if that's