When everyone in town receives invitations to Ataru's wedding, they are shocked to see that his sweetheart Lum is not the bride. Eventually they learn that when Ataru was playing games as a little boy, he stepped on a girl's shadow. Unbeknownst to him, the girl was from extraterrestrial culture where stepping on one's shadow is a form of marriage proposal, and now she and her family have come back to see that Ataru keeps his promise. If he manages to get out of this without being killed by her folks, he'll still have to avoid being torn apart by the hands of Lum.
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Did You Know?
The name of Elle's planet in Japanese is "Erusei". This is likely a pun on "urusei", part of the series title "Urusei Yatsura". See more
[Lum appears on the security center's viewscreen
Oh no. Th... that's the Oni-girl, the one on the top of the Anti-Wedding Group Blacklist.
During the closing credits, a miniature version of Ataru is being chased by miniature versions of Lum, Ten, and the other Urusei Yatsura characters. See more
In the original LD release, many early scenes were cut out:
- 1. Mendou's wedding invitation scene, which lied between the prologue and the opening credits.
- 2. Ataru rides Elle spaceship's escalator up to the Captain, Lum tries to zap him, but he's protected by a shield.
- 3. The first time Ataru runs down the Elle spaceship's escalator to get away from Babara.
- 5. Lum's brief conversation with Ataru as he rides the escalator back down to the clock tower.
- 6. Lum moping through town and eventually encountering Benten.
- 7. Benten's intergalactic phone call at the beef-bowl shop and the arrival of Rei.
I, I, You & Ai
(I, I, You & Love)
Music: Izumi Kobayashi
Lyrics: Yoshihiko Andô
Arranged by Izumi Kobayashi
Performed by Izumi Kobayashi See more