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The Ping-Pong Club 

Ike! Inachû takkyû-bu (original title)
Not Rated | | Animation, Comedy | TV Series (1995– )
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Sharon Becker ...
 Kyoko (26 episodes, 1995)
James Carter Cathcart ...
 Maeno (26 episodes, 1995)
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 Takeda (26 episodes, 1995)
Gil Goujons ...
 Tanaka (26 episodes, 1995)
Dan Green ...
 Tanabe (26 episodes, 1995)
Vinnie Penna ...
 Kinoshita (26 episodes, 1995)
Kayzie Rogers ...
 Kamiya (26 episodes, 1995)
Tony Salerno ...
 Narrator / ... (26 episodes, 1995)
Buddy Woodward ...
 Izawa (26 episodes, 1995)
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5 April 1995 (Japan)  »

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Based on the manga by Minoru Furuya, it was published by Kodansha for thirteen volumes. See more »

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Referenced in From Then to Now: Behind the Scenes (2003) See more »

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Booing
by Sakura Uehara
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brilliant- Japanese humour at its best
6 December 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This animated comedy series which never made its way over to North America is superb. The plot revolves around five teenagers whom are part of a ping-pong club and their daily antics which always backfire. Always scheming to seduce women, these kids come up with the most impractical and funniest situations which always end in disaster. A personal favorite of mine has to be the American student, CAN YOU SAY STERYOTYPE? This character is not only burly, stupid and hairy, he has a lethal stench emitting from his armpits and an outie belly button which looks more like a giant d**k. Overall, this show is ingenious and always a pleasure to watch. If you're a fan of South Park or enjoy crude Japanese humour, you won't be disappointed.


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