Ranma 1/2 Season 6: Random Rhapsody - Uko's Secret Sauce (DVD 7)

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Title: Ranma 1/2 Season 6: Random Rhapsody - Uko's Secret Sauce
Volume: DVD 7
Running time: 78
Distributor: Viz Media

Release date: 2002-01-29
Suggested retail price: $29.98
Age rating: MA13

UPC: 782009079293 782009079293

Description:
It's not easy being a teenaged martial artist named Ranma Saotome, but it's even worse when your martial artist father Genma takes you from home at an early age to go on a decade long training mission. He doesn't speak a word of Chinese, and yet he insists on bringing you to the cursed training ground known as JUSENKYO, where falling into one of many springs instantly turns you into whoever - or whatever - drowned there last. And then, the two of you have this little ACCIDENT...

The Secret is in the Sauce...
"Ukya's Secret Sauce, Part I": Ten years ago, Ukyo set aside a special sauce made from her father's secret recipe. When it turns out that it's Ranma who is responsible for making the lifetime she's devoted to okonomiyaki a failure, a depressed Ukyo demands an explanation. Will Ranma be able to make it up to her?

... but some secrets are better kept in the dark...
"Ukyo's Secret Sauce, Part II": Ukyo's moved herself into the Tendo Dojo, causing no end of trouble for Ranma. As if what he did to the sauce wasn't bad enough, now it seems Ranma's also forgotten a long-ago promise. What's this about Ranma and Akane pretending they're already married?!

...while others are best kept buried.
"A Teenage Ghost Story": Akane goes to return a school notebook, only to discover inside of it the lyrics to an old song. In voicing them aloud, the ghost of a teenage girl appears, singing about a hidden treasure. With the girl unable to move on to the next world without finding it - and now Kuno trying to find it too! - the treasure hunt takes on yet another troubling twist.

Ranma 1/2 by the irrepressible Rumiko Takahashi: Yin and Yang was Never So Much Fun!?

(added on 2010-02-03)

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