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Nov. 21-24* (either 2017 or 2018)
|Defense team leader|
|Defense team assistants||
Maya Fey* (co-counsel and investigative partner)
|Time of death||
|Weapon/cause of death||
Potassium cyanide poisoning
|Risa Iko |
|Pearl Fey |
Eldoon* (see Note section)
Jean Armstrong* (cameo)
Turnabout Gurgitation is the sixth case in Kodansha Comics' Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney manga. When Milo "Fairplay" Kent, a well-respected competitor in a televised eating competition, is poisoned by a bowl of noodles during the competition, Phoenix Wright and Maya Fey soon find themselves defending the show's announcer for the crime. Their subsequent investigation reveals the cast and crew to be desperately trying to cover something up...
- Owing to his aged appearance and the fact that the case is meant to take place sometime before Wright's disbarment, the Eldoon who provides food for the "Gormand Battle" competition is likely meant to be Guy Eldoon's father, rather than Guy himself.
- This is the only case in any Ace Attorney media to date in which Winston Payne appears as the main prosecutor outside of "tutorial" cases (excluding his brief appearances as the prosecutor in Luke Atmey's trial for the theft of the Sacred Urn in The Stolen Turnabout and during Maggey Byrde's initial trial in Recipe for Turnabout for which Furio Tigre masqueraded as Phoenix Wright).
- The poster promoting the Gourmand Battle states that the show airs at "7:00 PM/6:00 PM Central". In order to fit with the English localization of Ace Attorney taking place in the West Coast of the United States, the show would have to air at 4 PM Pacific Standard Time. Instead, however, the show starts at 7:00 PM Pacific Time.
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