When Planet Earth is destroyed in a Nuclear Holocaust, the Goddesses and the Nekomi Gang are forced to relocate to the futuristic world of Planet Belldandy, where they find themselves battling a terrorist group called The Individual Me's alongside Everybody's Favorite Public Access Time Lord, Doctor What.
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In A Certain Magical Pimpdex, Bebe's Kids show up in the finale with no explanation. The unmade scenes that would have introduced them go as follows: The Pimpdex Gang arrives in Bebe's Kids to find Robin Harris. Bebe's Kids comment on how The Boondocks is where it's at, nowadays. The Mad Doctor changes the scenery to Meteor Man, where Bebe's Kids and Marller get into a scuffle with Robert Townsend, Damon Wayans from Blankman, and Liam Neeson from Darkman. Darkman is denounced as not being a Black Superhero, so he puts on a face that turns him into Lakeith Stanfield (from Sorry to Bother You). The Mad Doctor attacks the Neighborhood with a Giant Version of The Itsy Bitsy Spider from the cartoon that precedes Bebe's Kids. Bebe's Kids were also supposed to be juxtaposed against the 1960's black revolution environment of Jules Dassin's Uptight. See more
In The Keys of Marinus Serial, Otaki has a line of dialogue where he asks why Tamiya isn't coming on their quest with him. The title cards accidentally got switched around and partially deleted during that moment. Once again, Kevin left his mistake alone for comedic purposes. See more
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"Episodes Animated By Nobody Because We're F--king Cheapskates." Kevin didn't know specifically who the original animators were for which characters, or if they would want their names attached to a bootleg work of fan fiction they weren't paid for, when their unknowing contributions were stock animation screen captured off of the first two seasons DVDs rather than a job where they would sit down and make new animation, hence he credited nobody. To see the original Animation Crew Credits, watch the original Ah My Goddess Shows. See more
Several of the episodes posted on YouTube feature alternate music and missing snipes due to copyright blocking restrictions mostly involving Doctor Who material. The original versions are on Archive.org. See more
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