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|The Masters, Episode 54|
|Air date||21 May, 1985|
|Written by||Steve Kramer|
|Directed by||Robert V. Barron|
|Comic adaptation(s)||Robotech Masters 20: Daydreamer|
The Earth forces withdraw while Musica is seen as spy by some.
The remnants of Emerson's force withdraws toward Moon Base Aluce-1 as a shuttle bearing the 15th Squad, Zor, and Musica returns to Earth.
Musica and Bowie are happy to be together again, and the alien beauty tries to assimilate herself to her new environment. Their plans are cut short when Nova Satori and the military police seek Musica out as a spy.
- Nova: "Okay, something funny's going on here."
Dana: "What could be funny about a wounded big toe, that can be very painful!"
- Musica: "Oh! But this garment exposes my legs!"
Dana: "With legs like yours, I wouldn't let it bother me."
- Dana: "Anyone know where Musica is?"
Sean: "Out with her Don Juan, who else?"
- Anatole Leonard
- Dana Sterling
- Bowie Grant
- Musica (uses pseudonym "Private Doppler")
- Louie Nichols
- Angelo Dante
- Zor Prime
- Sean Phillips
- Nova Satori
- Robotech Masters
- War Triumvirate
Vessels and vehicles
- Detention Block 5
- Bowie plays "It's You" at the Moon of Havana bar they visit.
- Musica sings "The Flower of Life"
- Larry Abraham - Bowie Grant
- Greg Finley - Anatole Leonard
- Melora Harte - Musica
- Steve Kramer - Angelo Dante
- Kerrigan Mahan - Sean Phillips
- David Millbern - Louie Nichols
- Paul St. Peter - Zor Prime
- Penny Sweet - Nova Satori
- Bill Capizzi - Robotech Masters
- Melissa Newman - Dana Sterling
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