Stone Ocean - Episode 8

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Jolyne... I want to protect you. (徐倫… あたしはあんたを守りたい)
Foo Fighters, Stone Ocean Wafer Set 1

Foo Fighters (フー・ファイターズ, Fū Faitāzu)[2] is the eighth episode of Stone Ocean and the one-hundred-sixtieth episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: The Animation. The episode covers Chapter 30 to Chapter 33 of the original manga.

Jolyne and Ermes unravel the mystery of Stand Foo Fighters and its user, who admits to helping Whitesnake in his efforts to steal their Stands.


Who is the enemy?

Ermes confronts the remaining prisoners alongside Jolyne. She pinpoints the culprit being the shaved-head prisoner, after Atroe mentions not having known her before. The three blame each other, saying that none of them remember each other, but Jolyne notices the black-haired prisoner's bleeding nose. She recalls one of the prisoners nearly collapsing as she punched the plankton Stand. The black-haired reasons that it was due to her getting punched earlier by the tanned prisoner, who also has blood dripping on her hand. The tanned prisoner then reasons that the bleeding must have been from a tooth scratching her hand and also points at both Jolyne and Ermes as being suspicious. The black-haired begins to blame Jolyne for causing a scene in the assembly, but the latter responds by brashly punching her with Stone Free. Jolyne admits to Ermes that she has no idea who the murderer is, resorting her to beat up every prisoner until she is stopped by the shaved-head prisoner.

A new fighter appears.

Suddenly, a chorus of voices comes out from the prisoners' lips, remarking on Jolyne's Stand ability. Jolyne unleashes her Stand and punches one of the prisoners, when a black substance oozes out from the women's orifices. The voice then reveals itself as the plankton Stand named Foo Fighters, and tells them that the black-haired and shaved-head prisoners were its victims after approaching the tractor earlier, and that the tanned prisoner was actually a shell created from the flesh of the missing male prisoners. Owing its abilities and intellect to Whitesnake, it swears its duty to protect the tractor from its enemies. Panicking, Ermes asks where its user was located, but Jolyne tells her that the Stand is the user itself, a creature born from the power of the DISCs. She also deduces that it must have used the water inside the victims to move on land and guard the shed, which means that she and Ermes must keep it away from the water to defeat it.

Ermes vs Foo Fighters.

Foo Fighters begins a monologue on intellect having existed before the Big Bang as the foundation for the origin of life, reflecting astronomer Fred Hoyle's quote to itself, an organism with its own intellect. Aggravated after Jolyne accidentally calls it a plankton, it rushes toward the warehouse, while the same creature that had attacked them earlier approaches the guard's body to get the bracelet. Ermes proposes to abandon the DISCs and get the bracelet to avoid them exploding to death. Jolyne runs to the warehouse, trusting her to guard the bracelet and keep them from reaching the 50-meter limit. Ermes uses Kiss to create an extra arm as a decoy against the plankton creature and swears to never do it again after the impact of the cloned arm bloodily crashes into her own. The creature splashes water onto her to incapacitate her. She clones a nearby dried up corpse to dehydrate the creature through the dusts and easily defeats it.

Jolyne vs Foo Fighters.

In the warehouse, Jolyne confronts Foo Fighters who asks her which way of death she preferred. Jolyne responds by asking Whitesnake's goals and identity. After Foo Fighters taunts at her and says that it has never seen Whitesnake, Jolyne rushes to punch it and a nearby flour to remove moisture, but is caught in its trap. However, she reveals that she had used Stone Free's strings to drive the tractor away, unbeknownst to Foo Fighters, with Ermes catching up to it. As Foo Fighters run to take the DISCs, it immediately loses moisture. Before Ermes can throw dirt at it, Jolyne takes pity and squeezes water from a towel on it, knowing that it was only guarding the DISCs to protect itself, not Whitesnake. Ermes is initially against it becoming an ally, but trusts Jolyne's judgement. Jolyne then reassures Foo Fighters that she does not want to take its DISC, only her father's, and asks it for its aid. Finally defeated, Foo Fighters concedes.

F.F. allies herself with Jolyne.
The real enemy: Father Enrico Pucci.

Jolyne finds Jotaro's Stand DISC in the tractor tire, but his memory DISC is missing. Foo Fighters emerges and takes the form of Atroe, now calling itself F.F.. With Atroe's memories and thoughts, she swears to protect Jolyne at all costs. She licks Ermes and Jolyne's injuries, making them viscerally kick her after being grossed out. Ermes remarks that F.F. needs to work on controlling her urge to drink water. Jolyne asks if Whitesnake comes to the warehouse often, but F.F. says that he only stores the DISCs that he cannot use, as the body rejects DISCs that are incompatible. They then realize that Jotaro's memory DISC must be stored somewhere. Jolyne swears to deliver both DISCs before her father's body can deteriorate. Ermes suggests to deliver them outside prison; F.F. stores Star Platinum's DISC in between her breasts for safekeeping. Meanwhile, they overhear sirens, and the three agree on the account that the guard was attacked by a crocodile without knowing what happened to the other prisoners.

At sunset, Whitesnake and its user, revealed to be Father Pucci, investigate the warehouse. Now knowing that Jolyne and her aides are slowly becoming threats to his goals, he raises his guard up. As Pucci picks up a remnant of F.F.'s finger, a guard tells him that he must return soon, and also asks if he is worried about the missing prisoners. Pucci says nothing else but that he will be staying in the warehouse until he gives the sacrament on Sunday.


(Mentioned only)
Foo Fighters
(In Atroe's body)
Jotaro Kujo
(Mentioned only)
Enrico Pucci
(1st appearance)


Script (脚本)
Shogo Yasukawa
ヤスカワ ショウゴ
Storyboard (絵コンテ)
Katsumi Terahigashi
寺東 克己
Episode Director (演出)
Eiichi Kuboyama
久保山 英一
Animation Director (作画監督)
Nana Yamazaki
Tomoyuki Makabe
Haruki Miura
Kazunori Shibata
Jouji Yanase
Nozomi Ushijima
Kiyoko Sugawara
山崎 菜奈
眞壁 智之
三浦 春樹
柴田 和紀
柳瀬 譲二
牛島 希
菅原 裕幸
Key Animation (原画)
Masashi Yamada
Kentaro Ishikawa
Masashi Nomura
Manabu Katayama
Mitsuteru Kubo
Kazunori Ozawa
Shouichi Funaki
Jang Heera
Kei Ohashi
Shirou Tamashiro
Yasunori Yamaguchi
Yoshihiro Itoo
Konatsu Kumagai
Takeshi Moriyama
Hirotaka Nii
Mitsue Fukue
Takanori Suzuki
Naoto Yoshida
Junichi Yokoyama
Yoshiko Nakamura
Ayumi Namiki
Nobuyuki Furukawa
山田 まさし
石川 健太郎
野村 雅史
片山 学
久保 充照
小澤 和則
舟木 翔一
Jang Heera
大橋 圭
玉城 史郎
山口 保則
伊東 佳宏
熊谷 小夏
森山 剛史
仁井 宏隆
福江 光恵
鈴木 孝典
吉田 尚人
横山 じゅんいち
中村 与史子
並木 あゆみ
古川 信之
2nd Key Animation (第二原画)
David Production
Rie Ishiwatari
Eri Kamata
石渡 理衣
鎌田 英理

Miyuki Kawano
Kazumi Nakatsu
Tomoko Fukushima
Mizuki Miyata
Rina Miyamoto
Kayoko Ezoe
Takashi Yasui
Midori Matsumoto
Hiroko Morikawa
Yuka Sato
Yuu Fukuoka
Huang Xianglin
河野 美由紀
中津 和美
福島 友子
宮田 瑞生
宮本 莉奈
江副 加代子
安井 貴司
松本 緑
森川 寛子
佐藤 夕香
福岡 ゆう
黄 翔麟

Liden Films Kyoto (ライデンフィルム京都)

Akira Beniya
Nanami Fujii
紅谷 希
藤井 七海
Senri Kiriyama
Asumi Adachi
Teruaki Gomi
桐山 染利
足立 明日美

Be Loop

Sara Iyama
Misako Kamata
Tsukino Tamaki
井山 さら
蒲田 美佐子
玉置 月乃

Studio Gokumi (スタジオ五組)

Li Lin Zhao
趙 禮琳

Sunshine Corporation
Ra Craft
GK Sales
Studio μ
Studio hb
Studio Massket
Ra Craft
studio hb
In-between Animation Inspection (動画チェック)
David Production
Daiki Ito
伊東 大輝
Inspection Assistance
Satsuki Mizoguchi
Yukiho Yajima
溝口 さつき
矢島 ゆきほ
In-between Animation (動画)
Asahi Production
GK Sales
Design Cooperation (デザイン協力)
石本 峻一
IKIF+, Inc.
IKIF+, Inc.
CG Animator
Kiyoshi Hara
Kengo Nakatani
Yudai Ueno
Hiroyuki Sato
原 聖
中谷 謙吾
上野 雄大
佐藤 博行
3D Modeling (3Dモデリング)
CG Modeling
Yoshiki Sato
Tatsuki Ishida
Atsuhiko Ikezoe
佐藤 良樹
石田 龍樹
池添 敦彦
Digital Works (デジタルワークス)
2D Works
Kanako Yamada
山田 可奈子
Eyecatch Illustration (アイキャッチ原画)
石本 峻一
柴 さくら


Stone Ocean Episode 8: Foo Fighters
Start End Title OST Description

Stone Ocean O.S.T.
Who is the enemy?
Hurry Up!
Stone Ocean O.S.T.
They are all the enemy!
Tense Air
Stone Ocean O.S.T.
Foo Fighters reveals itself!
Something is Wrong
Stone Ocean O.S.T.
Foo Fighters presentation
Impending Crisis
Stone Ocean O.S.T.
Jolyne and Ermes split up
From Darkness
Stone Ocean O.S.T.
Ermes tricks the lesser Foo Fighters
Stone Ocean O.S.T.
Jolyne confronts the main Foo Fighters
Stone Ocean O.S.T.
Jolyne tricks Foo Fighters and starts up the tractor/Foo Fighters running on dry soil/Foo Fighters defeated
Stone Ocean O.S.T.
Jolyne spares Foo Fighters
The Fate Which Still Remains
Diamond is Unbreakable ~Good Morning Morioh Cho~
Jolyne finds the Star Platinum DISC
Stone Ocean O.S.T.
F.F. takes over a new body
Stone Ocean O.S.T.
F.F. wants to protect Jolyne
Daily Conversation
Stone Ocean O.S.T.
F.F. is obsessed with water
The Plot Lurking in the Mist
Stardust Crusaders (World)
The useless DISCs
From Darkness
Stone Ocean O.S.T.
Jolyne must get the DISC out of prison
Pale Snake
Stone Ocean O.S.T.
Whitesnake investigates the barn
Stone Ocean O.S.T.
Enrico Pucci appears
Distant Dreamer
Distant Dreamer

Manga/Anime Differences

  • Shortened scene of tanned prisoner framing Jolyne for guard's death, specifically removing mention of Jolyne poking fun at Loccobarocco's stuffed alligator Charlotte in the previous episode.
  • Removed dialogue of other prisoners trying to defend themselves against Ermes' accusations.
  • Ermes no longer mentions meeting McQueen after their battle and noticing his lack of memories.
  • Removed some description of Atroe by F.F., specifically mention of Johnny Depp and prisoners' preferrable toilet paper use.

In Other Languages

Language Title Translation
Japan Japanese フー・ファイターズ Foo Fighters
United States of America English F.F.
Israel Hebrew אף-אף F-F
Poland Polish F.F.



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