Gun hidden in guitar in both films.
When wears an apron and a cardbox on the back of his head he resembles Sazae-san.
the brand in the curry that Haruko is eating
Mentioned by Kamon in Episode 5: Brittle Bullet
Mamimi plays a game called FireStarter, in which the objective is to burn things down
Takun is watching a movie and we hear dialogue similar to that at the end of A Better Tomorrow. Then they ask why there are so many white doves around (a John Woo trademark).
A character bursts out through another character's forehead, a character arriving apparently from another dimension, a dimensional gateway is in a characters skull, flying motorbikes are used in combat, a character has a glowing red striped body, a serious motorbike crash results in few injuries and triggers a bi-dimensional gateway in the victim's head.
Poster of Haruko is shown.
Brad emntions Jillian "devouring" her Fooly Cooly DVDs.
among better OVA's from 2002 than Psychic Wars
Poster seen in the background.
One of the con attendees is cosplayed as Haruko
A painting of Haruko is seen in the background.
A boy who looks like the main character Naota from this anime is seen in Japan after Princess Kenny jumps out the window.
A drawing of Haruko is seen in Caroline's apartment.
A painting of Haruko is seen in Caroline's house.
Used in segments.
The anime is reviewed.
among other anime answers to comedy
series is reviewed
A clip is shown.
Natoa's dad's Lupin outfit and his attempt to jump into bed with Haruko.
South Park was spoofed in one scene, and referenced in one scene. The reference: A Kenny (Character from south park) Doll could be seen in one scene. Spoofed: In once scene, the show's creators used paper-animation like south park in one of the scenes.