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 »
[Akiko shoots at Kyusaku with a tank, and Kyusaku produces a futuristic-looking rifle]
Nuku-Nuku, you don't need to hold back. I want you to use this.
It's a custom-engineered accessory, that means only you can use it, Nuku-Nuku.
I can't do mean things to Mama-san anymore.
I see, I'm sorry. I usually treat you like a human being, but sometimes I treat you like a machine. Now then...
[whips out a small Nuku-Nuku doll]
It's a compact Nuku-Nuku, which I call "Chibi Nuku". I...
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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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