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Michael Jai White,
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
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The Toast never fought again. He picked up some peanut butter and became a recess snack for a six-year-old girl in Palukaville, New Jersey. The end.
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Service Man's part is much different in the American version from the Japanese version. In the Japanese, he attacked people by flashing them. In the American version, he sometimes seems to be about to flash somebody, but it's never shown or referred to. See more »
The future is now, and now's all about the hair. BoBoBo is a master of the Fist of the Nose Hair, known for his big blonde afro and his wiggin skills. His companions-- Beauty, an aptly named girl, and Don Patch, who seems to be a giant star-candy-- are on a quest to take down the evil empire led by some bald guy... To be honest, I forget what the guy's name is, I'm just here for the wiggin'! Wiggin' is how they describe acting out wacky scenarios. It's like they're playing a child's pretend game. The stories are always changing as BoBoBo and Don Patch parody instantly recognizable clichés of anime. The mood never gets too heavy; it's all about having a good laugh. The writer was even kind enough to toss in a couple of glompable (but undeniably weird) bishies for good measure. This show's got everything you could want, except maybe logic.
This show is complete idiocy. It's madness. It's ridiculously ludicrous. You gotta see it!
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