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[after getting out of the shower and putting on new clothes]
How do you think this looks, Jim?
It's not bad, I guess.
[sits down next to him on the bed]
Well, shall I sleep here tonight?
Sleep with you?
[pointing towards the other bed]
You use that bed. All right?
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Ive watched many a anime show and movies. This show should be one of the greats. I started watching this when Toonami was featuring it and DBZ at midnight. I became addicted to DBZ and OS until they changed the line up to Big O (rotten show). So I went out and bought the series on DVD. Im not sure how much more is in the Japanese version, but the English dub is fairly edgy. I didnt realize how much Cartoon Network had edited.
Considering some of the other anime, its fairly tame. Aside from the language (which doesnt get much worse than pg-13)and fight scenes, there is only one nude scene of Aisha ClanClan, and it lasts very briefly. This is a show I would love to introduce this show to my future children.
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