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In the 31st Century, Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo is an incredible and outlandish renegade who fights against the Margarita Empire and his leader, Tsuru Tsuruiina IV, accompanied of the girl Beauty, the crazy Don Patch and other friends so crazies like him. With his magical afro blonde hair and his buddies, Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo will fights against the Hair Hunters to save the world and to free it from the evil emperor's power and his plot to turn bald to all mankind. Written by
Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo: My most favorite Japanese show of all time!
When I first discovered this show in 2006 while I was watching TV one night on Cartoon Network, I watched a little bit of the episode when Bobobo and Don Patch are doing something funny. Both of them had a bunch of teddy bears with them and they wanted a person, that works a gas station, to put gas into the teddy bears. The man tried to convince Bobobo not to put gasoline in bears, but they did it anyway, because they are just so silly. One of the bears named # 2 exploded into a hundred pieces and Bobobo and the others cried and even got a picture of # 2 with them. Everyone else in the show was feeling like they just did something very silly and really didn't feel sorry for Bobobo. If you want to know more about the show and this particular episode, go ahead and watch this great show on the internet and you will love what I like to call the Japanese version of Dumb and Dumber (1994).
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