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Episode 7023Production codeP694/7023ITV transmission date2nd March 2009(Monday - Part 1)Script editorSarah MannStory editorStuart BlackburnStory associatesLouise SuttonIain MacLeodAngela O'NeillLee O'DonnellMartin SterlingCathianne HallWriterDavid BowkerDesignerAlan DavisDirectorDurno JohnstonExecutive ProducerKieran RobertsProducerKim CrowtherNavigationPrevious episode27th February 2009Next episode2nd March 2009

The Episode dated 4 March 2009

From what i heard this season of GX will never be dubbed or aired because 4Kids said that making season 4 of GX would be unprofitable, so the closest that we'll get to a dub is episode with subtitles on the internet. Either that or learn Japanese XD. --Trivi-AM 18:34, 10 February 2009 (UTC)

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