Episode 191: A Magnitude Canaan in Tokyo Releases the Needless Cobra at the Princess Lover

Ichigo is gone this week helping the little tykes at his school become good and proper Eskimos by taking them on a whale hunt. Or some other SQUIRREL!!!!! ________ such things. So Tim and Weltall join me once again for some mayhem. This episode gets a little rough around the edges but still a lot of fun. I give a quick intro to some new series that are just starting, see below for the list of them since I don’t feel like writing them out here. We are Penguin, We are Legion, Viva La Penguin, Viva La Revolution!!!!

Show Notes

Music

Intro – Opening theme from Inspector Gadget
Intermission – Intermission by The Offspring (we love the Offspring please don’t have us killed)
Outro – Neko Mimi Mode by Dimitri From Paris from Tsukiyomi Moon Phase

Reviews

GA Geijutsuka Art Design Class
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Tokyo Magnitude 8.0
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Canaan
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Princess Lover
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Needless
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Cobra the Animation
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0 thoughts on “Episode 191: A Magnitude Canaan in Tokyo Releases the Needless Cobra at the Princess Lover”

  1. Uhh…for some reason some of your show recordings are weird and cut in and out when you stop and start talking, which is kinda annoying. But yeah, love everything else besides the minor audio problems. Keep it up!

  2. Helluuuuuuur!
    I has a question:
    Okay. So I’m going to Japan to visit family who was stationed there. Aaaaaand people have been telling me that the smog there is bad, the air is unclean, yada yada yada, So, I’m wondering if I should listen and head their words, or just ignore them and tell then to f**k off. Please tell meh please! D:
    Thanks!
    LLC.

  3. Cobra was an anime motion picture back in 1982 based on the manga series. Portions of the film was used in the Matthew Sweet’s music video for his song Girlfriend. Perhaps that is where Batou saw the character Cobra with his psycho-gun which is installed as his left arm.

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