When Ryunosuke's pet cat is fatally injured, his slightly mad father saves the feline by putting its brain into a cute and cuddly robot school girl's body. Meanwhile, Ryunosuke's mother ...
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When Ryunosuke's pet cat is fatally injured, his slightly mad father saves the feline by putting its brain into a cute and cuddly robot school girl's body. Meanwhile, Ryunosuke's mother uses major military equipment to try and regain custody of her son. Written by
David McGuire <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In the fourth episode, when Eimi steps into the bath, she's wearing a pair of panties (to hide the serial number on her rear). A few moments later, in the shot looking up from beneath the water, Eimi's hip is visible, and appears bare. See more »
We office ladies can get really stressed out, you know.
How do you get off calling us office ladies?
Simple, we're the Secretarial Department's Flying Column, which abbreviates down to O.L.
Just how do those words abbreviate in to O.L.?
I guess they don't.
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I have three Nuku-Nuku videos now, all that seem to have been released over here. Like most anime, the storyline has a slightly goofy premise, but the characters are unique, a bit demented (each in their own way) and every episode is good for plenty of laughs. I strongly recommend getting the subtitled versions over the dubbed versions. Somehow, anime doesn't seem as funny when it's dubbed.
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