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Duet: Stalker Panic
Kamen Rider Kiva, Episode 5
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Air date February 24, 2008
Written by Toshiki Inoue
Directed by Kenzou Maihara
Episode Guide
Reverie: Wild Blue
Replay: Humans are All Music

Duet: Stalker Panic (二重奏・ストーカーパニック Nijūsō: Sutōkā Panikku) is the fifth episode of Kamen Rider Kiva.


Nago forces Wataru to keep watch over his partner as a stalker tries to make her its own.


In 1986, Yuri continues her investigation of Otoya, witnessing him ruin the life of another man named Yūji Tachikawa. She later presents the results of her investigation to Shima, whom he decides is not a potential Fangire Hunter.

In 2008, after using egg shells in another varnish experiment, Wataru tries to hold a mini-concert and play his violin to his neighbors so he can stop being a recluse. However, it ends horribly with Wataru's nervousness effecting his playing, scaring everyone away. Needing to build up his confidence, Wataru finds Nago, who is using his position as Megumi's bodyguard, much to her annoyance, to find Kiva. Hearing Wataru's pleas, Nago accepts, having Wataru follow Megumi in his stead. When he starts to follow Megumi, Wataru meets another man named Noboru, an obsessive fan who lies that Nago also gave him orders to follow her. Following her to the Make R modeling studio, Noboru has Wataru enter Megumi's dressing room and go into her purse just as Megumi finds him. At the Café, Megumi gives Nago a piece of her mind as Wataru learns the truth behind Noboru. The next day, Megumi is later encountered by Noboru, who asks for Megumi's autograph and then her, revealing himself as the Sheep Fangire.

Following her at the time, Wataru becomes Kiva and battles the Sheep Fangire, countering the Fangire's speed in Garulu Form, with Megumi offering her aid. Before the fight could progress any further, Nago arrives and was about to fight Kiva when the Sheep Fangire escapes with Megumi in his grasp.


Guest Cast


  • As part of Super Hero Time, this episode aired alongside Engine Sentai Go-OngerIcon-crosswiki episode 2, GP 02: Reckless GuysIcon-crosswiki.
  • A duet is a musical composition for two performers. In classical music, the term is most often used for a composition for two singers or pianists; with other instruments, the word duo is also often used.

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