Satirical News: Shippaiman Episode Nine "Earthquake Drill" Further Hurts Nobita Aquino!
This week's Shippaiman episode focuses on another of Nobita Aquino's incompetence during his term. During this episode, Prime Minister Nobita, Manabu and Bum skip the important earthquake drill because of the release of new DLC character named Tremor in Mortal Kombat X. Ryuuichirou Nishioka appears as a guest star for the episode as the dismissed welfare officer Matoi Nishioka. The other guest star is Kaya Hirasawa who previously played as Denus in GoGoFive acts as the sinister Koko Sogabe. Koko was guilty of giving rotten relief goods to the earthquake victims and typhoon victims. Because of Japan's frequent earthquakes, Matoi runs an earthquake drill on National Earthquake Drill day. He berates Prime Minister Nobita for his incompetence saying that earthquakes are no joke.
In the same episode, an earthquake hits Japan which Shippaiman and Noopaiwoman start to try and rescue civilians. The Winsbraindraft team shows up rescuing civilians with what Matoi has to offer. Sean CW Johnson also made a guest role in this episode as Winsbraindraft's American branch officer Carter Johnson. Both Matoi and Carter do a super impressive rescue scene together with Takeru and Jules. The cooperative power of Winsbraindraft defeats Shippaiman and Noopaiwoman. Prime Minister Nobita is also rescued from the rubble but still shows his ungrateful attitude.
The end of the episode has Prime Minister Nobita award both Shippaiman and Noopaiwoman instead of the real heroes. The angry Japanese crowd throws rotten tomatoes at the Prime Minister, Shippaiman and Noopaiwoman during the ceremony. Not to mention, Koko gets a slap at the face by both Matoi and Carter for giving rotten relief goods to the victims. Koko cries she's a victim of unfair gender treatment but angry Japanese women also slap her as well. They thank both rescue officers for doing what should have been done. Both Matoi and Carter prepare to leave for Paris to help out French people from a recent disaster.