The story of an American family who relocate to Japan. Also, all the characters are mannequins.

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The story of an American family who relocate to Japan. Also, all the characters are mannequins.

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Get Ready America!


Comedy | Family







Also Known As:

The Fuccons  »

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1.33 : 1
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first class! (for the Japanese voice acting)
27 June 2009 | by See all my reviews

This show is hilarious - if you understand Japanese. The episodes are witty and fast paced, and are mostly stand-alone ones that can be enjoyed by themselves. The original voice acting is the best I've ever heard, better than some of the Japanese anime out there, and the fact they managed to make some inanimate mannequins into characters that have CHARACTER and emotion is nothing short of brilliance. Each main character has their own distinct personality that are real and believable.

If the original voice acting is on one end of the (good) spectrum, the English dubbed would be on the its extremities. The quality is really a polar opposite, with just some plain bad acting. I personally think that the English dub ruins the show and they're better off not including it.

So, if you want to watch this and get a good laugh, don't touch the English dubbed. Even if you can't understand Japanese that well, enjoy the quality of the first rate voice acting.

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