S02:E141 - Apocalypse of Moscow 1980
Coaxed by Fujiko, Lupin decides to steal the diamond chandelier at the Kremlin Palace. He disguises himself as Zenigata and infiltrates the palace, but government police soldier Natasha captures him and throws him in the slammer. How will Lupin steal the chandelier now_
S02:E01 - The Return of Lupin 3rd
It's been a long time since Jigen, Goemon and Fujiko have heard from Lupin. Then one day, they each receive an invitation from Lupin for a reunion aboard the luxury liner Sirloin. Little do they know that the reunion is a trap plotted by a vengeful Mister X! Where is the real Lupin?
S02:E02 - Buns, Guns, and Fun in the Sun
An international soccer game is taking place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Lupin has his eyes on the box office and betting takes. Will the box office heist go as planned?
S02:E03 - 50 Ways to Leave Your 50-Foot Lover
At Loch Ness in Scotland, the mysterious monster Nessie reveals itself from the lake, charmed by Fujiko's singing. Seeing this, Doctor Oz decides to use Fujiko to capture Nessie for his personal gain. Will Lupin let Doctor Oz get away with his scheme?
S02:E04 - Gold Smuggling 101
Fujiko and a mystery man have an enticing job for Lupin: Stealing a ton of gold bullion from a Swiss Bank, a bank renowned for its tight security. Can it be done? What is the mystery man's true identity and who will have the last laugh?
S02:E05 - Shaky Pisa
A man is threatening to destroy the Leaning Tower of Pisa with a device that generates artificial earthquakes. The Italian government has no choice but to meet the culprit's demands and prepares the ransom, but Lupin takes the ransom for himself! With an enraged criminal armed with a destructive device on the loose, what will become of the Leaning Tower of Pisa?
S02:E06 - Cursed Case Scenario
Lupin has stolen the golden death mask of Tutankhamen, the ancient Egyptian pharaoh known as the "boy king." However, when Lupin tries on the golden death mask he becomes possessed by an ominous curse. Will Lupin be able to break the three-thousand-year-old curse of the pharaohs?
S02:E07 - The Disorient Express
The Trans Europe Superexpress train has departed Venice and is headed to France. Onboard the Superexpress is crime boss Don Marcino's ill-gotten treasures. Can Lupin and his gang pull off the heist before the train reaches its destination?
S02:E08 - Now Museum, Now You Don't
Lupin meets the grandson of master Ukiyoe artist, Toushusai Sharaku and learns that he has been switching his own works with his grandfather's originals. Unable to switch the last painting due to illness, he asks Lupin to switch it in his stead. Will Lupin be able to pull off the switch and what will happen to the original Ukiyoe paintings?
S02:E09 - Zenigatacon
Lupin and Fujiko have been invited to a party hosted by Marcel Dulane, a member of Paris' high society. However, the elegant party turns out to be a trap. Fujiko is taken hostage and Lupin, with a time-bomb belt strapped to his waist, is ordered to steal a certain file from Scotland Yard. Will Lupin be able to infiltrate Scotland Yard and save Fujiko, all before the bomb belt detonates?
S02:E10 - Who's Vroomin' Who?
Lupin is in Monaco to race his new toy in the Monaco Grand Prix. Or so he thought. Lupin ends up losing both his money and race car in a fixed poker game at the casino. Then, Fujiko tells Lupin about a fixed race, suggesting that Lupin should enter it to turn the tables on the man who cheated him, while also stealing the enormous betting takes. Who will be laughing at the finish line?
S02:E11 - The Sleight Before Christmas
A rare bottle of Bordeaux, commissioned by Napoleon for his beloved wife, Josephine, is to be given to the President of the United States as a Christmas present. Lupin and his gang decide to steal the wine while it's being transported over the Atlantic, but Inspector Zenigata stands in their way. Who will be celebrating come Christmas?
S02:E12 - I Left My Mind in San Francisco
A criminal gang has hidden a microfilm containing the manufacturing process for artificial diamonds, developed by NASA, in one of Inspector Zenigata's molars. Determined to get his hands on that microfilm, Lupin must capture Inspector Zenigata, who now believes that he is seeing hallucinations of Lupin everywhere. Can Inspector Zenigata's mind handle this bizarre reverse chase?
S02:E13 - Curse of the Jumbo Juju
Forward Hees, the world's richest man, suddenly dies a mysterious death and leaves a large ruby to Fujiko in his will. After inheriting the ruby, Fujiko comes down with the same mysterious fever as Hees. The ruby, in fact, had been stolen from a cult temple in the Caribbean. Lupin must return the ruby in order to save Fujiko, but the cult has something in store for Lupin, as well! Will Lupin and Fujiko be able escape the cult's wrath?
S02:E14 - The Case of the Risible Dirigible
A Count challenges Lupin to steal a gemstone named Dracula's Tear from on board his airship, the Hendenburg. However, also on board the Hendenburg are several formidable detectives: Homes III, Detective Archer, Koojisuke Kaneda and Inspector Zenigata. Will Lupin accept the Count's challenge and will he be able to complete the task before the airship lands, where the police will be waiting for him?
S02:E15 - Crude Reproduction, Perfect Frame
Lupin is suffering from Transformation Sickness, an illness that transforms him into a cruel, cold-blooded criminal at the stroke of midnight, and leaves him with no recollection of his murderous crime spree in the morning. In despair, Lupin even contemplates taking his own life, but is the "other Lupin" really Lupin?
S02:E16 - Sheik-Down
A small Arab nation has received a blackmail notice. Pay a $100 million or have their oil fields blown up. Lupin targets the money, but his plans are hindered when he finds out the culprits are using human bombs. Will the desert winds blow in Lupin's favor or will everything blow up in his face?
S02:E17 - My Birthday Pursuit
The Black Panther, the world's largest emerald, gets its name from the black panther that appears inside it when a light shines on the emerald at a particular angle. After capturing this one-of-a-kind emerald, Lupin hides it in a museum to retrieve it at a later time. However, the emerald goes missing and things get even more complicated when two rivaling inspectors take on the case. Will Lupin get his hands on the emerald again?
S02:E18 - A Safe Bet
Vault maker Marukin Safe Company is forced into bankruptcy after Lupin cracks open their impenetrable safes. To test his own skills, Marukin's son challenges Lupin to open a safe he has designed, and resorts to rather drastic measures to convince a reluctant Lupin. Furthermore, the safe Lupin must open has no keyhole, dial or even a door! Could this be the first safe Lupin can't open?
S02:E19 - Hell Toupee
While trying to snag General Hatler's prize medallion, which contains a fifty-carat ruby, Lupin inadvertently reels in Hatler's biggest secret, his toupee! An enraged General Hatler orders Lupin and his gang to be killed. With an order out for his head, Lupin and Fujiko are left with nowhere to run! Has Lupin finally met his match?
S02:E20 - The Last Mastery
Upon returning to Japan, Goemon finds his master on the brink of death. Furthermore, Jinkuro, a fellow disciple, had stolen half of the scroll containing the Secret Arts of the Iga Ninja. Knowing he is no match for Goemon, Jinkuro deliberately gets arrested so he can be put in prison, beyond Goemon's reach. Will Goemon be able to avenge his master?
S02:E21 - Lupin in Paradise
Lupin and Jigen are in a remote area pursing a mysterious treasure, when they save a woman being chased by hoodlums. The woman invites the two back to her sister's manor, which is full of beautiful women. However, the invitation and the beautiful women are a trap to expose the men to aging gas. Will an aged Lupin be forced into retirement?
S02:E22 - Auntie Ballistic
Bujiko Mine, a mysterious woman who claims to be Fujiko's aunt, gives Lupin an ultimatum: Find Marshal Rommel's lost gold or die! First, Lupin must decipher the location of the gold, written in ancient hieroglyphs. Will Lupin be able to locate the golden treasure? Time is running out!
S02:E23 - Rats to You
The great thief Nezumi-Kozou Jirokichi IV appears before Goemon and reveals that their ancestors competed in the first International Thieves Championship together, but were defeated by Lupin's grandfather, Arsène Lupin. Nezumi-Kozou proposes the two should team up to avenge their ancestors' dishonor, but will the Lupin clan claim the win again?
S02:E24 - The Lair of the Land-Shark
The warden of an African prison is holding Fujiko captive. Lupin and his gang infiltrate the prison and attempt to break Fujiko out, but they become the target of the Iron Lizards, robotic devices developed to chase down fugitives and loaded with explosives! With the Iron Lizards hot on their tail, will their prison break end with a bang?
S02:E25 - Shot Through the Heart
Linda, a beautiful Spanish dancer, has stolen Jigen's heart and a vengeful Meyer has taken Lupin's love Fujiko hostage. Believing the women they love are in danger and unaware that Linda and Meyer are working together, Lupin and Jigen are unwittingly set up to kill each other. With their guns aimed at each other, they pull the trigger. Will love bring both of them down?
S02:E26 - To Be or Nazi Be
An old man who supposedly knows the secret to Hitler's legacy lives in East Germany within the Berlin Wall. Lupin and his gang track the old man down, but the old man can't recall anything about any legacy. In order to bring back the old man's memories, Lupin and his gang decides to put on an act. Will the old man's forgotten memories come rushing back?
S02:E27 - The Little Princess of Darkness
According to legend, a stamp named the Cinderella Shadow is said to make its owner a princess. Lupin and his gang pull off the heist, but a girl name Alice who also wants the stamp tags along. A clever and very persistent Alice proves to be a major headache for Lupin. Will the little girl get her royal wish?
S02:E28 - Revenge of La Nerd
Lupin has sent a notice declaring he will steal all the cash from every bank in Paris. Detective Melon, the granddaughter of Inspector Garimard, is chosen to catch Lupin alongside Inspector Zenigata. Inspector Garimard was the original Lupin's rival, and now their grandchildren are about to square off. Where will the chase lead the two rivals?
S02:E29 - Fry Me to the Moon
As a master thief, Lupin has many secret techniques up his sleeve, and one of them is his Levitation Technique. In order to get their hands on this technique, a crime syndicate plots a dirty trick, where a fake Lupin tortures a man known as X8 and frames the real Lupin. Will a vengeful X8 believe Lupin's words?
S02:E30 - Morocco Horror Picture Show
Lupin and Inspector Zenigata get kidnapped and the two are forcibly conscripted into the Foreign Legion in Morocco. Lupin and Inspector Zenigata make a run for it, but not before they're shackled together at the neck. Now the two must form an awkward alliance to pull off their escape. Can Lupin and Inspector Zenigata overcome their differences, at least temporarily?
S02:E31 - Twins Pique
Beautiful Swedish twins, Latica and Anita, are engaged in a battle to the death over the Viking treasure map concealed on their backs. In disguise, Lupin learns the map's secret, but the map possesses an additional secret. Who will get their hands on the Viking treasure?
S02:E32 - Lupin the Interred
A hit has been ordered on Lupin and Puma, a formidable hitman who specializes in long-range attacks, is on his trail! Lupin takes his chances with a close range, one-on-one showdown against Puma, but the plan seemingly backfires and Lupin is shot. Will Lupin's soul rest in peace?
S02:E33 - A Rumble Royal
Orion's Crown has been stolen and is up for grabs at a black-market auction. Lupin has his eyes on both the crown and the auction money, but first he must outsmart the other parties vying for the crown, including Fujiko. Furthermore, Jigen is working for the seller and Goemon is working for a bidder. With an auction full of deceit and trickery, who will ultimately get the crown?
S02:E34 - But Your Brother Was Such a Nice Guy
A two-thousand-year-old casket has been excavated. Inside the casket is Camilla, a beautiful woman in a near-death state, holding a golden statuette of the Virgin Mary. Lupin attempts to steal the golden statuette, but things don't go as planned when Camilla, a vampire awakes from her long slumber. Will Lupin be able to save Fujiko from being sacrificed for Camilla's revenge?
S02:E35 - Gorilla Tactics
Lupin and his gang are attending a party in Africa, waiting for an opportunity to snatch a rare black pearl. However, their plan goes awry when a gang of gorillas crashes the party and steals the black pearl. Lupin and his gang throw a decoy party to lure the gorillas back, but is someone pulling the strings of the gorillas?
S02:E36 - The Riddle of Tsukikage Castle
Massive riches have been hidden inside Tsukikage Castle. Lupin and his gang must decipher a code to find out the whereabouts of this great treasure. However, the Fuma Ninja Clan is also plotting to take the treasure for themselves. Will Lupin be able to decipher the code and locate the treasure before his rivals do?
S02:E37 - Khan Job
Lupin and Jigen head to Mongolia in search of Genghis Khan's buried treasures. Meanwhile, Goemon is visiting his ancestor's grave to pay his respects when he encounters Fujiko, who is in search of Yoshitsune Minamoto's buried treasure. Will their searches lead to either Genghis Khan or Minamoto's buried treasures?
S02:E38 - Happy Betrayals to You
The ICPO bureau chief promises to erase Fujiko's criminal record in exchange for her cooperation in arresting Lupin. The woman who knows everything about him proves to be a formidable opponent and Lupin is captured. Up against an ego-bruised Inspector Zenigata and a determined Fujiko, have Lupin's heisting days come to an end?
S02:E39 - Pretty Cluckin' Insane
Lupin and Jigen sneak on board a ship smuggling diamonds. However, what they find on board are several thousand chickens! Lupin and his gang infiltrate the Hong Kong smuggling boss's lair where diamonds are being illicitly sold, but the diamonds are nowhere to be found. Will Lupin discover the secret of the chickens?
S02:E40 - Payload
Lupin and his gang steal a suitcase containing Costa Rican diamonds, but the contents turns out to be Inspector Zenigata. The real diamonds are being shipped to Puerto Rico inside a missile and Lupin must find out the precise launch time to intercept it. Will Lupin be able to get his hands on the Costa Rican diamonds and maintain his reputation?
S02:E41 - Heroes and Vixens
Kaguya, a beautiful woman, separately asks Lupin, Jigen and Goemon to gather the tears of the Yeti, a mermaid's scale, and the liver of a dragon so she can make a secret potion. Unaware that each of them has been given a task, they travel to the far corners of the earth to find these items. Will Kaguya's beloved prince awake from his sleep?
S02:E42 - Cruisin' in Drag
A wealthy shipping magnate and also a bachelor, Onabes' final voyage is nothing short of extravagant, with a ship full of beautiful women and fine art. Things go as planned when Lupin infiltrates the ship disguised as a woman, but things get complicated when Onabes falls in love and proposes to Lupin. Will Lady Lupin be walking down the aisle?
S02:E43 - Jumpin' the Bones
Lupin is in Hong Kong for a vacation when he is asked to find a woman in return for helping him escape from Inspector Zenigata. Lupin discovers the pickpocket who stole his wallet is the daughter of the woman he is looking for, and in her possession are the archeologically significant bones of the Peking Man. With Fujiko also after the Peking Man, will Lupin be able to add the bones to his private collection?
S02:E44 - Lion, Cheatin' and Stealin'
The Sleeping Lion, a statue made of solid gold, is being transported to a museum by a specially armored, airtight car to mark the 50th anniversary of Australia's independence. Lupin steals the armored car together with the statue out from under the Sydney Police's watchful eye, but then discovers that also inside the armored car is a nearly asphyxiated Inspector Zenigata. Will Lupin choose the golden statue over Inspector Zenigata's life?
S02:E45 - Diamonds and Mix
Lupin manages to steal crime boss Mulligan's precious jewels, only have them stolen from him by Fujiko! Mulligan, unaware that Fujiko has his jewels, hires a skilled gunman named Hangman to take them back from Lupin. Showered with Hangman's bullets, Lupin and his gang return fire with rare wine. Meanwhile, Inspector Zenigata is closing in on Lupin. Will Lupin be able to outrun both Hangman and Inspector Zenigata?
S02:E46 - The Island of Dr. Derange
Lupin has been put on auction at the Wanted Club and Dr. Mad places the winning bid. Dr. Mad also purchases Fujiko and Jigen from the Wanted Club's auctions. The three are abandoned on a deserted island with killer cyborgs as part of Dr. Mad's human reconstruction experiment. Can Lupin, Jigen and Fujiko get off the island alive?
S02:E47 - Crownin' Around
Lupin has his eyes on the royal family's Imperial State Crown, but thanks to Scotland Yard's Inspector Dover, stealing it won't be easy. After their initial heist fails, Lupin and his gang plan to take the crown on the day of Princess Mary's royal wedding. Will Big Ben chime in Lupin's favor?
S02:E48 - Vault Assault
Lupin announces he's going to steal the betting takes at the Kentucky Derby, but the heist falls short and fails. However, it's all part of the plan. Lupin's main target is really the Metropolitan Bank's underground vault. Will Lupin get past their tight security measures and pull off the heist?
S02:E49 - Snake Charmer
After several divorces and a couple of deceased husbands, Jacqueline has amassed a fortune and a collection of impressive jewels. In a twist of fate, Lupin and Jacqueline become close... Too close for Jigen and Goemon's comfort. Fujiko, on the other hand, who is after Jacqueline's jewels, gets kidnapped by the Cobra crime syndicate. Blinded by love, will Lupin realize who the true venomous snake is?
S02:E50 - The Second Time Around - Part One
An illicit auction selling smuggled treasures is taking place. Lupin targets the auction, but is outsmarted by Fujiko, who takes the auction items for herself, as she usually does. In the process, Lupin discovers the auctioneer is Cornelia, the woman he once loved who died saving his life. Has Cornelia really risen from her grave and if so, why?
S02:E51 - The Second Time Around - Part Two
Lupin is reunited with Cornelia, a woman who died by her father's hands to save Lupin's life. However, Cornelia's memories of Lupin have been erased. Her father is Dr. Zel, a Nazi who has succeeded in resurrecting corpses and controlling them. Cornelia is caught between the lies her father tells her and her memories of love for Lupin. Will Lupin be able to save Cornelia?
S02:E52 - Emmanuelle in Bangkok
Fujiko discovers that the Holy Scripture for Immortality is hidden within the jungles of Thailand. However, Emmanuelle Poirot, a cold-hearted beauty, is after them too. Lupin, love-struck and being manipulated by Emmanuelle, goes to the temple where the Holy Scripture is hidden and takes on the challenge of stealing it. Stuck between two beauties, whom will Lupin get the treasure for?
S02:E53 - I Melt With You
Phantoma Mark III, grandson of the mysterious master thief and disguise artist Phantoma, who terrorized Europe during his heyday, is plotting to take over the world. He demands that Lupin deliver the world's largest ruby in exchange for Fujiko, whom he is holding captive. What part could the world's largest ruby possibly play in taking over the world?
S02:E54 - Mercy Mercy Me
The aging Inspector Hanshichi Mikawa, who failed to capture Lupin 10 years ago, is viewed as a nuisance by his peers at the downtown police station. Lupin, on the other hand, has announced he'll be stealing the golden Kannon statuette that will be on special display during the celebration of the founding of the Asakusa Temple. Will Inspector Hanshichi finally be able to prove he's just as good as the rest of them?
S02:E55 - Kooky Kabuki - Part One
Lupin and his gang have stolen the "36 Views of Mt. Fuji," a famous series of 46 woodblock prints, from the exhibition hall. However, a gang calling itself the Shiranami Five challenges Lupin head-on by stealing one of the prints from him, and vowing to return for the remaining 45! Lupin and his gang prepare for the attack, but things take an unexpected turn. Will Lupin lose the prints, and a thieving partner as well?
S02:E56 - Kooky Kabuki - Part Two
Goemon, siding with the Shiranami Five, challenges Lupin to a one-on-one duel. While Goemon keeps Lupin busy, the Shiranami Five steals the 36 Views, but one of its members, Kikuko Benten, betrays her gang and escapes with the loot. In fact, that was her plan from the start! What will become of the 36 Views, and where will Goemon and Kikuko's betrayal lead?
S02:E57 - Alter-Ego Maniac
On a wild whim, Inspector Zenigata swipes a throwing coin owned by his great Edo-era ancestor, Heiji Zenigata while he's viewing the inside of an incredible new safe protected by Professor Hunter's super computer. Ashamed of his actions, Inspector Zenigata must form a strange partnership with Lupin to undo what he's done. Will the odd duo be able to crack the ultimate safe?!
S02:E58 - Getting' Jigen With It
Lupin and Jigen are after the Aurora Droplet, a diamond adorning a prima ballerina's tiara. During the heist, Jigen is wounded and in a twist of fate, is saved by Monica, the prima ballerina. She says she wants to flee her country, and even convinces Jigen to pose as her husband and head for the border, but is that her true wish?
S02:E59 - Madame Prefers Them Hand-Dipped
After shaking off Inspector Zenigata's pursuit, Lupin is stopped by a monstrously huge Fujiko on his way home! The giant Fujiko turns out to be an illusion created by Madame X. Lupin learns Madame X's hobby is collecting famous people and turning them into wax figures... and he and his gang are next on her list! How exactly do her illusions work, and can Lupin avoid becoming part of her macabre collection?!
S02:E60 - Holy Cow
Bandit leader Basara is determined to sniff out the location of the diamonds Lupin has hidden somewhere in India. Armed with his sinister invention, the Suicide Ray Gun, he tries to make Lupin talk, even trying his luck with a fake Fujiko. Where are the diamonds and will Jigen and Goemon find a remedy for Lupin's suicidal death-wish in time?!
S02:E61 - The Yam Is Mightier Than the Sword
Trouble is all but guaranteed when a crime boss and an arms merchant join hands. The two set their eyes on Goemen's sword Zantetsuken, which can split a tank in half! After hiring Fujiko to steal it, they transform the sword into an invincible flying weapon of war. Will Goemon get his precious Zantetsuken back and does it have an unlikely weakness?!
S02:E62 - Church of the Poison Mind
Jigen and Gomen have sent a letter saying they are being held captive in a small but terrifying village. Lupin arrives in the village to rescue them, but Jigen and Goemon are acting oddly. The villagers live under the guidance of Sister Lavina, who Lupin discovers is controlling the villagers through mass hypnosis, using the sounds of the church bells. Jigen and Goemon, who have become Sister Lavina's obedient soldiers, close in on Lupin with every intention of killing him!
S02:E63 - Charity Begins at Home
Don Kecchi, the wealthiest man in America, is terminally ill and has announced that he's donating his entire fortune to charity. However, Lupin steals Kecchi's money and shoots Fujiko right in front of Inspector Zenigata! In reality, the heist and Fujiko's murder were all an elaborate holographic act put on by Don Kecchi to avoid donating his fortune after learning he had been misdiagnosed. Will Lupin be able to clear his name? What will happen to Don Kecchi's fortune?
S02:E64 - Christmas at Tiffany's
Margaret Tiffany, the owner of Tiffany's and a TV anchor, hires Lupin and his gang to rob her jewelry store on live TV. Initially, Lupin refuses, but ends up having to go through with it thanks to Fujiko's wild spending habits. Will Lupin and his gang pull off the heist with the entire country tuned in?
S02:E65 - Return of the X Factor
A princess of a small Silk Road country has been kidnapped. Lupin and his gang are persuaded to rescue Princess Yasmin in exchange for a stomach full of holy curry meant for the gods. However, the kidnapping was a trap to lure Lupin. The mastermind is Mister X, who looks exactly like Lupin! Will Lupin be able to defeat Mister X and rescue Princess Yasmin?!
S02:E66 - Beauty and the Deceased
Here comes Beauty, the assassin hired by ICPO Headquarters to knock off Lupin! Overwhelmed by Beauty's powerful DumDum bullets, Lupin narrowly escapes with his life thanks to Jigen's quick thinking. Will Jigen be able to avenge Lupin and live to see another day against Beauty?!
S02:E67 - Monkey King Business
Lupin and his gang head to the isolated country of Kimasan, after hearing the country possesses mountains of treasure. They sneak across the border but are quickly captured by Kinkaku and Ginkaku, the giants who rule the country. They turn Lupin and his gang into human game pieces and ordered them to fight each other in a game of killer Shogi! Is it checkmate for Lupin and his gang?!
S02:E68 - Games of Chance
Casino Paradise is an artificial island owned and operated by Domino, a casino tycoon. Domino decides to run for President and brags that with $500 million to spend, the only way he can lose is if Lupin steals his campaign funds! Taking that as a challenge, Lupin heads to Casino Paradise, where he meets Domino's daughter, Nina. However, Lupin's heist was a 10-billion-dollar trap laid out by Robert, Domino's campaign manager!
S02:E69 - Zenigata Getcha Into My Life
Political fixer Pomade Jaws trusts no one, not even his wife Laura. He's stored the scandalous secrets of various world leaders inside a voice-activated safe. The key to opening the safe is Laura's voice, but the distrustful Pomade has implanted a miniature bomb inside her heart that will detonate if she opens the safe without him present. Mafia boss Al Cabane wants the scandalous data, so he kills Pomade and goes after Laura. A desperate Laura finds Inspector Zenigata and the two flee together. A love blossoms between them, but is it meant to be?!
S02:E70 - Can't Beat the Classics
Lupin, Jigen and Goemon have turned themselves in to the FBI, but it's all part of the plan. Their real goal is to break out old man Clyde Barlow, who was once known as a genius bank robber, to get his help with their heist of the National Super Bank. They manage to open the bank vault thanks to a talking myna bird, but with Bonnie Parker, Clyde's old companion, also signed on, will the heist go as planned?
S02:E71 - Dangerous Dreamers
Isamu Kondo III, grandson of the leader of the Shinsengumi, hires Lupin and his gang to recover a golden cannon sunk by the Shogunate forces in the Tsugaru Strait. After much effort, the valuable golden cannon is finally recovered from the deep ocean. Then Okita, a fellow Shinsengumi descendant, takes a do-or-die course of action! Controlling a monster octopus, Okita betrays Kondo and takes the cannon in a desperate effort to avenge his ancestors' legacy! What will become of the golden cannon and Okita's madness?
S02:E72 - You're Sapphired!
Ellery Queen, the owner of the legendary sapphire called "The Eye of Solomon," is also the owner of a football team. Lupin, coming for the sapphire as announced, discovers Queen on the brink of death. Someone has attacked him and The Eye of Solomon is gone! Who is the real culprit, and will Lupin be able to get his hands on the missing sapphire?!
S02:E73 - It's a Purloin-a-Palooza!
The 3rd Thieves Olympic is about to be held in Japan, and Lupin and Jigen are in it to win it! After winning the first and second Thieves Olympic, if they also win this year's getaway race, they'll become the first-ever Triple-Crown winners! The race proves to be a dead heat and a smell of conspiracy looms in the air. Will Lupin and Jigen make it across the finish line in one piece?!
S02:E74 - For Larva or Money
The world's largest diamond has been discovered in South Africa and Lupin has his eyes on the prize. But as it turns out, stealing it is the easy part! Unable to cut the rough diamond, Lupin finally gets Goemon to do it, which was all part of the mining company's plan. The mining company sends Guinness, the Chameleon Man, to recover the cut diamond. Will Lupin be able to get back the diamond and destroy Guinness' special-alloy tank?!
S02:E75 - The Bride Came D.O.A.
Fujiko decides to marry Huffner for his jewelry collection, disregarding the rumor that Huffner's brides always die a mysterious death within a few weeks of their wedding. Turns out, he's also a collector of brides and likes them permanently preserved! Instead of getting his jewelry collection, will Fujiko end up as one of Huffner's many corpse brides?
S02:E76 - Dark Charade
Jigen receives a letter from Sister Angelica and heads to the African country of Borodias. Sister Angelica wants Jigen’s help to rescue Dr. Othello, the leader of the country’s independence movement. However, it’s all a conspiracy by a major world power that’s controlling the situation from the shadows. Will Lupin and his gang be able to solve the mystery behind Dr. Othello’s blue eyes?
S02:E77 - Lupin's Psychic Fiend
The ICPO tries a different approach to capturing Lupin: Astrology. It enlists the help of Marianne, a clairvoyant who can read Lupin's actions using astrological predictions and her crystal ball. Lupin, a non-believer of hocus-pocus and everything unscientific, dismisses Marianne's ability and heads off to steal a royal emerald called "Poseidon's Flame." Will Marianne make him a believer? Whose hand will the emerald end up in?
S02:E78 - Ice, Robot
Fujiko calls Lupin from Professor Pot's lab, but since Lupin is half-asleep, Jigen takes the call instead. Fujiko claims Professor Pot has accidentally invented a robot that manufactures diamonds, but Jigen doesn't believe a word she says and hangs up. Then, Gavotte, a New York City gangster, barges into the lab and takes the robot for his girlfriend. However, all that it will produce is cold water. Can Lupin get the robot back and restore it to working order?!
S02:E79 - Baton Death March
An armored robot suddenly appears from the sky and raids a jewelry store. The mastermind behind this heist... is Lupin?! Its pilot, Maki Oyamada, explains that it's to show what a dangerous weapon this armored robot could be, but things just don't add up. Will Inspector Zenigata get to the bottom of it all?
S02:E80 - Everybody Loves Ramen
Silver, who once worked with Lupin on a train robbery, stole the money himself, hid it somewhere, and promptly got himself thrown into prison on a rinky-dink charge. Lupin, having learned that Silver is about to be released, goes to the prison intent on making Silver tell what he did with the loot, only to discover that, while Silver was in prison, a new top-of-the-line prison was built over the site where he hid the money. Now, will the operation to trade an execution for the recovery of the money succeed?!
S02:E81 - Fujiko, Men Are a Sorry Lot!
Lupin is after the Golden Bell, symbol of the monarchy of Beltenberg and precious tourist attraction. However, the bell that sparkles in the belfry is just a brass replica. Though Fujiko insists that the bell made of gold doesn't exist, Lupin believes to the contrary. Meanwhile, Lupin gets news of Fujiko's engagement to prince Claude of Beltenberg, whom she had met in Paris.
S02:E82 - Hostage Rescue Operation: Daddio
Zenigata is taken hostage from ICPO headquarters. The terrorists demand to swap him with their boss Napoleon XI, but ICPO refuses. Since Zenigata is no further use to them, the terrirosts are bound to kill him; Lupin must now come to his rescue, but do it delicately so as to not hurt Zenigata's pride. Thus begins Lupin's Zenigata-rescue caper ...
S02:E83 - Lupin in the Wild West
The Smith Gang hit-man company was once the best in the business, but they're suffering now from tough competition. Though the company chairman Smith considers running TV ads to revive his business, he can't think of a good way to do it. Fujiko gets word that he's willing to shovel out 300 million dollars for a good idea, so they decide to film a Western in which Lupin gets killed ...
S02:E84 - Leave the Revenge to Lupin
Though Joe Spade was once a formidable hitman of renown and Jigen's sharpshooter coach, he now comes to beg for Jigen's help; he had gotten old, flubbed a hit contract, and is now on the run. Jigen decides to help his old mentor and heads to Mareseilles with Lupin, but Lupin has a change of heart because he hates killers. So Jigen heads to Jigen's ramshakle shack all by himself ...
S02:E85 - The Secret Order of ICPO
ICPO Bureau Chief Jasmine is an able commissioner. She uses the governor to spur Zenigata into action, as she has a secret plan to arrest Lupin. But Jasmine's plan is to make this mission her very last at ICPO so she could get married. Who is Jasmine marrying? Will her plan to arrest Lupin succeed?
S02:E86 - The Mysterious Nocturnal Mask
Nightlight Mask murdered the Duke of Le Mond and stole his diamonds. ICPO is having trouble solving the case, so they induct mystery author Conan Dorill as a special inspector. Dorill deduces that the true identity of Nightlight Mask is Lupin. Learning that Count Johannes is his next target, he and Zenigata lie in wait at the Johannes Mansion, where a costume ball is taking place ...
S02:E87 - When the Devil Calls to Lupin
n a night of thunder and rain, a man gives Lupin a doll. That very night Lupin has a nightmare of being manipulated by a man named Mephistopheles. The next day there is a news report that a diamond called the Phoenix's Tear had been stolen. Though Lupin had been caught on security camera, he has no recollection of having done the deed. What is going on?
S02:E88 - Lupin's North Pole, South Pole Adventures
Lupin's target is the Vatican Crown, located at the North Pole. He devises a plan to thwart pesky Fujiko, which is to relocate penguins at the South Pole to the North Pole; Lupin takes a flight to the South Pole to gather penguins, then heads to the North Pole. But Fujiko learns of his antics and with the help of an underground organization called the Red Voyagers League, heads to the North Pole. Who will claim the prize of the Vatican Crown?
S02:E89 - Play the Thief's Symphony
The World Crime Prevention Devices Association has developed the "killer safe" that sent many safe crackers to their graves. Their ultimate product is the atomic safe, located 100 meters underground, which is said to detect sounds and detonate, blowing thieves to smithereens. Not only that, the bomb goes off when the weight of the elevator going up is heavier than when it went down. But Lupin takes the challenge to steal what it guards, regardless. The end result is ...
S02:E90 - The Badder a Guy, the More Villainous He Is"
Lupin crashes crime boss Markane's masquerade party, but the party was just a ruse to entrap Lupin. Lupin gets hung by rope in the dark and is made the target of Markane's murder game in ten rounds, of which players have to hit the target. As more players participate, the richer Markane gets.
S02:E91 - The Time Traveling Girl
Lupin gets called out to New York by Fujita, where he rescues a girl hunted by an organization called Red Spider. Lupin does everything he can to help the poor girl suffering from amnesia; he tries hypnosis on her but to no avail, he gets hypnotized instead. Who is this girl, and why is Red Spider after her?
S02:E92 - The Merry Widow and the Robber's Quartette
Old man Piccolo had taught Lupin the art of thievery 15 years ago. Learning that his widowed wife had all of her belongings impounded by the police, Lupin promises her to get them all back. But the widower thinks her late husband was a musician, and has no idea that he was a thief. How will Lupin manage to get her stuff back without having to reveal his true identity?
S02:E93 - Operation INVADER at the Great Wall of China
Lupin and crew sneak into Peking's Imperial Palace Museum to steal Emperor Shi's jade Mahjong set, but winds up getting chased by a gang. A mysterious woman comes to the rescue, who says that she learned Japanese using an accelerated learning elixir. She says that you can dissolve any book into the elixir, and if ingested, you will have the book memorized. She gives Lupin the elixir as a gift, but the gang is still out there looking for him ...
S02:E94 - Lupin vs. Superman
Look who is flying above New York; it's Superman! All he does is fly around, but the town is in a panic because of his performance. In the meantime a lot of banks get robbed. The police won't take it lying down, and Inspector Mclead is placed in charge of the investigation. But there is something even more sinister to this state of affairs...
S02:E95 - From the Ghost Ship With Love
Lupin steals a statue called the Stone Child from the Metropolitan Art Museum; he and Fujita make their getaway in a Cessna, but they crash at the Bermuda Triangle. They encounter a ghost ship at this grave of many ships and planes. Lupin investigates the ghost ship while Fujita waits, not knowing it was a trap...
S02:E96 - Lupin's Gourmet World
Foodie and gourmet aficianado Baron Gourmel says he wants to eat Lupin's brain. His crew of cooks of course can't come up with the main ingredient, so they try passing off monkey brain as Lupin's, which makes really ticks him off. He claims he'd offer his own 70-million dollar jewelry collection to anyone who could capture Lupin. Fujiko hears of it and informs Lupin right away. Meanwhile, the chefs begin planning on cooking Lupin ...
S02:E97 - Searching for Lupin III's Treasure
Lupin the Third learns that his grandfather Arsene Lupin's secret treasures are buried in his grave. Lupin learns of its location with Fujiko's microfilm. He learns that the treasures are items that have been acquired by the governments of the U.S., U.K., and the Soviet Union; those three nations hire a fierce assassin, but Lupin tries to thwart their plan; Zenigata enters the scene, and...
S02:E98 - The Day Without Daddio
Lupin and Jigen are surrounded, as usual, as they are trying to escape after a jewelry theft. But somebody shoots at Zenigata and hits him dead on. Lupin learns of the even the next morning in the papers, and Fujiko and Goemon get implicated. However, there's a conspiracy behind it all...
S02:E99 - Fighting Jigen
The prime minister of the Duchy of Blanco has a one-of-a-kind gold coin of Hannibal hidden in his chest; well, Lupin and crew are after it. Amidst their scheming, Jigen is challenge to a duel with a man named Stoneman. Jigen had forgotten all about the duel that Stoneman had demanded, five years ago; he'd been on the run from it since...
S02:E100 - The Ultra Operation in the Train
The prime minister of France has run up a ridiculous tab with Maxim of Paris, and orders the Louvre Museum proprietor to sell a painting to cover his bill. But the proprietor doesn't want to let it go, and takes the painting out of the museum; it's a painting that Lupin's grandfather had stolen from the Louvre back in the day, and it's just a replica. Pandemonium follows when art connoiseurs and criminals find out what's going on...
S02:E101 - Fervent Love at Versailles
Lupin recieves a letter about Marie Antoinette's jeweled crown, and sneaks into the palace of Versailles. A young man called Oscar appears, the sender of the letter. Since Zenigata and others have gotten involved, the situation gets taken to Normandy; Zenigata, Goemaon, and Lupin wait there, knowing nothing of the fact that Oscar had received orders to steal the jeweled crown from Lupin...
S02:E102 - Lupin, Do You Like Chanel?
Lupin was told by Fujiko to steal a pistol of the Wilhem family worth 500 million pounds, but Jigen and Goemon are not interested in the caper. Meanwhile, a man named Jim Benkei, a giant of a man who's stirred troubled in London, steals Jigen's favorite Magnum ...
S02:E103 - The Wolf Looked at an Angel!
Lupin is after the various jewels at the World Fair in Los Angeles. Goemon says he's gotten soft so he decides not to participate in the plan this time. But Lupin learns from Fujiko that a man named Harry Satler is also after the jewels, so he decides to go see who this guy is. But lo and behold, the man he meets is a wizened old man...
S02:E104 - The Most Dangerous Golden Bed
Pestered by Fujiko, Lupin has to steal a golden bed that was originally made by Louis XIV for Josephine. He makes a plan with Jigen and Goemon, but the owner of the bed, Morgan, is a formidable opponent who has WWII military experience. Will Lupin succeed in stealing the bed from under Morgan?
S02:E105 - The Mystery of Demon's Head Island
The Heike Clan and Minamoto Clan once battled on Devil's Head Island at the inland sea of Seto; Fujiko and Lupin go there to find out about the details behind the legend of the battle, which has it that the ghosts of the dead warriors of the Heike Clan haunt the island's forest. But just as in the legend, Fujiko gets abducted in the forest ...
S02:E106 - A Cat for You! Dried Bonito for Me!
Vivian dreams of becoming a star some day, but her auditions are a bust. She thinks of using Lupin to become famous; she makes Lupin engage in thievery, and informs reporters to be at the site to catch him in the act. But what he's supposed to steal is a cat that feeds on pencil shavings; humiliated by the event, Lupin decides to get back at Vivian...
S02:E107 - The Wedding Ring Is a Cursed Trap
Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette's Hope Diamond has brought much misfortune on its possessors. The diamond is now safeguarded by a maximum security device. Fujiko provokes Lupin to steal that diamond, but as soon as he enters the Smithsonian Museum to steal, he too encounters misfortune...
S02:E108 - Iron Cutter Sword With Blues
Lupin and crew go to a hot springs for rest and relaxation. Lupin drinks sake, Jigen enjoys classical music and bourbon, while Goemon trains at the cliffs. A girl manifests to Goemon; she's a pure and simple sort, who captures Goemon's heart. However, the girl is seeking the secret of the super sword, for the sake of her swordsmith grandfather...
S02:E109 - Lupin Only Lives Twice
Lupin has to battle a hitman called Tiger. Lupin tries to dodge him, but Tiger is one step ahead of him. Lupin keeps trying to escape him but Tiger is relentless; he has a way of disappearing and appearing at will. However, there was a trick to the whole thing...
S02:E110 - Sharp Shot! This Is Fujiko
Lupin and friends go to have fun at the horse race track, but winning isn't as easy as stealing. Lupin notices two people who are winning big money hand over fist, and gets suspicious, because they take photos of the finish line when no horses are running, and strange stuff like that. Meanwhile, Zenigata is hired to find a missing camera...
S02:E111 - Enjoy the Invaders Game
Catherine rescues Lupin and Jigen, who are pursued by Zenigata as usual. She's an old acquaintance of Jigen's, and provokes Jigen to steal a 140-karat diamond from her own mansion. But Jigen is insulted by her condescending ways, even as she gives him the blueprint of her mansion. However, there has to be a reason why she wants her own home robbed...
S02:E112 - Enjoy the Invaders Game
Wolf and Rose are a cool hitmen duo with the ambition of rising to the top of the hitman business by killing Lupin. They capture Goemon and torture him to confess about Lupin's weaknesses. Lupin learns that Goemon is in danger, thwarts Zenigata's trap to go save Goemon, only to come face to face with the muzzle of Wolf's gun …
S02:E113 - Danger! Goemon
Wolf and Rose are a cool hitmen duo with the ambition of rising to the top of the hitman business by killing Lupin. They capture Goemon and torture him to confess about Lupin's weaknesses. Lupin learns that Goemon is in danger, thwarts Zenigata's trap to go save Goemon, only to come face to face with the muzzle of Wolf's gun...
S02:E114 - The Secret of the First Supper
The painting "The First Supper" hides clues to the hiding place of an heirloom that Christ receive from Virgin Mary, 2,000 years ago. This painting has been kept by the clan of Judah for generations, and a woman named Nova, one of the descendants, knows that the painting is hidden at a fortress called Demon Rock. Nova gives Zenigata X-ray eyedrops invented by professor Nestle, hoping to he could find and catch Lupin at Demon Rock...
S02:E115 - Mona Lisa Smiles Twice
The Mona Lisa never leaves the Louvre Museum. Hitler and Arsene Lupin tried unsuccessfully to steal her. But Mona Lisa gets sent to Arabia, with Zenigata in charge of security. Lupin wants her for his collection, however, and fireworks ignite between those two. But the story has a surprising twist...
S02:E116 - Has the Bells Rung 108 Times?
On the last day of the year, Lupin is after is the Golden Treasure Ship at Mount Horai. It's said that the Seven Lucky Gods confered the treasure, and it's shown in public only once a year when the New Year's bell gongs at the belfry of Kohoji Temple. The police department is swamped and hires the mafia as security guards, they even invite a killer called Antonio Wolf, who bears a grudge against Lupin. Can Lupin pull off his last theft of the year?
S02:E117 - The Strategy of the Chewing Gum Disguise
As usual, Lupin is tossed to and fro and Fujiko. But a man named Buckingham comes to him and sells him "disguise chewing gum" for 50,000 dollars. This is how it works: you chew it, blow a bubble till it pops, then you will become disguised. While they celebrate the closing of their deal at a nightclub, Lupin falls for a dancer called Amore ...
S02:E118 - Diamonds in the Southern Cross
The island of Rabaul has many remains of Japanese casualties of the Pacific War. It's said that Captain Cook's secret treasure is hidden there, worth 1-billion pounds. Of course Lupin and friends go to get it in a helicopter, but the helicopter gets shot down by a Zero plane. Who's flying the plane that shot them down?
S02:E119 - Lupin Kills Lupin
A crew of four: Lupin, Jigen, Zenigata, and Fujiko break into the Bank of Stockholm. But Fujiko deceives them and tries to take the money all for herself. Lupin goes after her but she gets injured in an avalanche. As Fujiko is about to die at the hospital, she confesses to Lupin about the location of her most precious treasure...
S02:E120 - Frankenstein Attacks Lupin
Lupin and friends searched a month for the pirate Kid's treasure, but they are thwarted by an underground organization called the Red Ghost. Knowing something is afoot, Lupin sends Fujiko and Goemon to investigate. According Fujiko's report, they are conversing with dead using psychic arts to uncover the whereabouts of the treasure. Meanwhile, Goemon gets ambushed...
S02:E121 - A Treasure My Grandfather Left
Lupin finds a piece of paper in a silk hat, an heirloom of Arsene Lupin. It's information regarding an opal statue of Venus, and since Lupin figures its ownership is his birthright, he heads to Gregoire's castle. But will they let Lupin have the statue that easily?
S02:E122 - An Unusual End to an Expedition for Napoleon's Treasure
Zenigata acquires a pie-throwing gun, and is ordered to capture Lupin. Meanwhile Lupin and Fujiko are discussing Napoleon's treasures. It's said that the key to solving the mystery of their whereabouts lies in a scarf made by Napoleon's assistant...
S02:E123 - Robbery in Paris
The young girl Francoise lives near Lupin; she watches Lupin and Fujiko talking, and falls for him. But her father scolds her and tells her to stay away from thieves, but Francoise devises a plan to approach Lupin anyway...
S02:E124 - Nineteen Ninety Nine Popcorn Trip
Professor Pancho has devoted his life to solving the problem of food supply. He and his wife have conceived of a popcorn machine in the U.S. that can increase the quantity of corn by a million times, but producing the actual mechanical device will cost them a fortune. Lupin decides to help them out and invents a rocket that flies on corn fuel, thinking that maybe he and Fujiko will take a trip to the moon...
S02:E125 - The Scheme for Oil Dollars
Lupin is blackmailed; Fujiko has been kidnapped, and for ransom he must steal a jeweled crown worth a 100 million dollars. Lupin and friends head to the museum in Iraran where their objective lies, and they discover that it is displayed above a fountain of sulfuric acid. Can Lupin steal the crown to save Fujiko's life, and what is this so-called Oildollar plot?
S02:E126 - Take Lupin All the Way to Hell
Lady Black and Fujiko have a bet. Whoever kills Lupin will get the loser's entire jewelry collection. Lady Black lures Lupin using Fujiko so she could kill him, but why is she so passionate about wanting him dead? Will Lupin survive her murderous plan?
S02:E127 - The Direct Attack! Dead Ball Strategy
Boss Largo wants Lupin dead; Lupin had just stolen a bundle of the boss's casino profits. But no run of the mill hitman would suffice to wack Lupin. But Largo sees that Lupin is suffering from a toothache, and gets an idea after seeing a sports newspaper. He heads to a baseball stadium, slips a hypnotic drug to a major league baseball player to make him do the boss's bidding...
S02:E128 - Lupin and an Old Woman's Scheme
Lupin reads the morning paper, which says that Lupin stole a 100-karat diamond that was being used in a musical. He knows he didn't do it, so he asks Fujiko and others, but they too have no idea what it's all about. Lupin sneaks into the theater to find the truth out for himself. There he sees and elderly woman skillfully cracking a safe...
S02:E129 - The Kindness of Jigen Is Seen
The nation of Janaica is troubled with coup d'etats and revolutions, but Lupin, discovering that the president's mansion houses the missing painting "Nude Venus," decides to go scope the joint with Jigen. Jigen goes to Janaica first, and is visited by a woman who is on the run from government police...
S02:E130 - Lupin vs the Man of Two Faces
The master of surrealism, Monsieur Dare had spent three years working on his masterpiece, but news is out that the great object of art got stolen. Inspector Magrey deduces that the culprit is Lupin, and provokes him through television. But Lupin wants to find out the truth; he disguises himself as Magrey to go visit Dare ...
S02:E131 - The Secret of Goemon's Zantetsu Sword
Three incidents of bank robbery using an iron-cutter sword have happened; a total of 1.3 billion yen was stolen. But Lupin and group know they were Goemon's doing, because the culprit had ruthlessly killed a security guard. Meanwhile, a man calling himself Goemon sends Lupin a challenge, but Goemon wants to settle the score by himself. He heads to the bank to meet his foe, not knowing it's a trap...
S02:E132 - The Himalayan Thief Group
Lupin's stash of Napoleon's cash got stolen, but Lupin catches the culprit and tries to make him confess. But Lupin learns he's one of the followers of the Fandar cult, and heads to their holy land of Fandara. What kind of religious organization is this Fandar cult? Will Lupin get his stash back?
S02:E133 - Don't Steal the Hot Treasure
Lupin learns that a treasure trove lies in a volcano on Cleo Island, but it can only be reached when the mountain isn't spewing molten lava! He tries to convince Jigen and Goemon to join him but they're not interested, because the island native Claudia had talked them into obstructing Lupin...
S02:E134 - The Surrounded Summit Strategy
Fujiko informs Lupin that fine quality diamonds from South Africa are stored in a safe of a global syndicate and importer of diamonds. Lupin makes his way as a worker in the boiler room, and easily steals his loot of diamonds from the poorly guarded safe. He flies back to Fujiko, not knowing it was all Zenigata's trap to catch him...
S02:E135 - The Poison Trio
Lupin finds out about the jewel "Poison Trio" of the Borges family and decides to steal it after Fujiko goads him. Galdan, the nephew of Lucricia greets Lupin, and tells him that elderly Lucricia had been arrested and must be broken out of jail. But what is he really after?
S02:E136 - The Golden Butterfly Takes Revenge
Lupin goes on a safe-cracking rampage and rakes in 10 million francs. He needs the money to purchase the world's only rare Gold Butterfly at an auction. But Lupin drops the 10 million francs while on the run...
S02:E137 - Team Work
Lupin scopes a jewelry museum where the billion-dollar gem Cleopatra's Tear is displayed. But Lupin can't get to it because the display case is secured by high-voltage electricity. Not only that, Zenigata has him surrounded. Will Lupin escape, and get Cleopatra's Tear?
S02:E138 - Pompeii's Secret and the Treasure
No thief has ever succeeded in stealing the secret gem of Pompeii's nunnery; it's guarded by venomous snakes. Even Arsene Lupin gave up on it, since he hates snakes. But Lupin takes on the challenge. Will Lupin succeed? And what kind of secret gem is it?
S02:E139 - Steal Everything From Lupin
Though the tycoon Steel had replaced all his bodily organs with artificial organs to live, he's told that he only has a week to live. There is only one way he could prolong his life, which is to receive Dr. Changer's brain transplant operation. After much computer analysis, results show that Lupin's brain will be his best choice.
S02:E140 - The Wolf Runs and the Pig Rolls
Famous gourmand and field mice scientist Salmon Whitney is also known as being the chairman of a Canadian diamond mining operation. Lupin is after his diamonds, which will go on auction in Paris. However, somebody has already stolen them before Lupin could get to them. Who stole them? Will Lupin get the diamonds?
S02:E141 - Apocalypse of Moscow 1980
Coaxed by Fujiko, Lupin decides to steal the diamond chandelier at the Kremlin Palace. He disguises himself as Zenigata and infiltrates the palace, but government police soldier Natasha captures him and throws him in the slammer. How will Lupin steal the chandelier now_
S02:E142 - The Disappearing Favourite
England's Lord Weather owns a famous horse named Red Arrow. Weather provokes Lupin with a bet, and dares him to steal Red Arrow away from him. Lupin takes the challenge as it's a matter of pride, but Jigen wants no part of it because he and Weather are gambling buddies. Will Lupin win the bet?
S02:E143 - The Miami Bank
Miami Bank is on the verge of bankruptcy after its last customers closed their accounts. The bank manager Garlic devises a plan to revive the bank, and drums up news that his bank had been raided by Lupin; he also asks Lupin to really do it. Because Garlic is so pesky about it, Lupin caves in and agrees. What will happen?
S02:E144 - Hair Breadth Rescue Operation for Fujiko
Thief brothers Nanja-Monja have been in the business since the days of Arsene Lupin; they decide to induct Lupin as a tourist attraction for the Republic of Karchina. But first they abduct Fujiko, then gather a huge crowd in a stadium with a safe set up in the midst; Fujiko is locked inside it, waiting for Lupin to come get her out.
S02:E145 - Wings of Death; Albatross
Fujiko joins Lupin and friends who are camping and cooking Sukiyaki; people are hunting Fujiko, and gunfire is exchanged. Fujiko gets captured and Lupin's Sukiyaki meal gets ruined, but he finds an atomic bomb's detonator plug inside of the Sukiyaki bowl.
S02:E146 - Lupin Is Defeated
Genius prodigy boy Romanoff has ten doctrates from Russia's Public Academy; blustering that no greater than he exists, he challenges Lupin. Since Fujiko is involved, Lupin cannot back down; what will become of this challenge?
S02:E147 - The Mermaid That Disappear in the Midnight Sun
Fujiko is the model for Norway's famous sculptor Vingel's crystal mermaid statue; she believed when he said he would give it to her the day it was finished, but Vingel gets greedy and sells it to the mayor of the city of Bergen instead. Fujiko asks Lupin to get the statue for her, which is set to become a tourist attraction.
S02:E148 - The Target Is Five Hundred and Fifty Five Meters Away
Lupin tries to steal a bunch of diamonds from a diamond auction. But the auction auditorium is at the Marine Tower above a skyscraper, and there is only one transparent elevator to get there; if the elevator isn't used, the invader will get zapped with high-voltage electricity. What kind of plan will Lupin devise?
S02:E149 - Mecca Robbery
Following Fujiko's information, Lupin heads to Mecca to steal Mohammed's treasure. But first he is confronted by Patra Lawrence, the grandaughter of the Lawrence of Arabia, who is the chief of Mecca's special police headquarters; how will Lupin steal the treasure now?
S02:E150 - Piano Symphony Zoo
As usual, Fujiko instigates Lupin and friends to go steal; this time their target is the Jovich Piano installed in a music hall built around it. There is no door large enough in the hall to carry the piano out. How will Lupin and crew steal the piano?
S02:E151 - To Arrest Lupin, the Mission at Highway
Lupin is after the shipment of raw diamonds that arrived at a harbor in Nice; he sneaks into the storage in the middle of the night but Zenigata was on to him, and has him surrounded. Lupin escapes with the help of Jigen and Goemon, but Fujiko gets captured. Now Lupin has to rescue Fujiko and steal the diamonds, but in the meantime Zenigata has a plan to catch him.
S02:E152 - Jigen and the Hatless Pistol
A month ago, president Gappolini of one of the world's top five trading company, had died. Gappolini bequeathed a will saying that the heir to the company presidency will be the world's finest sharpshooter. This really angers vice-president Don Hagero, so he hires expert marksman Minnesota Fats to kill off all sharpshooters in the world. And finally, only Jigen was left...
S02:E153 - Money From Heaven
It's said that immense sums of money confiscated from organized crime get transported to a Swiss bank by ICPO, once a year. Naturally Lupin wants a piece of that action, so he steals the armed security vehicle along with Zenigata in it. But Fujiko betrays him, so he has to ride a horse driven carriage instead. Meanwhile Zenigata lies in wait at the border. Now what will Lupin do?
S02:E154 - Hexagon's Fabulous Legacy
The city of Grand Hexagon lies at the border of France and Spain; just like its name, the city is designed with six sides. But at the center of the city is Raika Bank storing fifty tons of gold bullion; an alarm will go off if even one bullion is missing. The bank president, however, has another identity ...
S02:E155 - Thieves Love the Peace
Robot soldier Lamda flies above the sky of Tokyo, raids a jewelry store. Its creator, professor Oyamada's daughter Maki and Lupin say that it was just a show to demonstrate the inhumanity of robots. But Zenigata knows that there's more to the story, and embarks on an independent investigation. He discovers Lupin's hideout, and...