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Old 2009-10-13, 00:22   Link #41
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I thought it's 50 episodes. But anyway... about Hetalia, I don't think I can compare the two. They're just equally funny in their own clever way.

Spoiler for Ep 23:
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Old 2009-10-26, 23:02   Link #42
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Here comes another anime parody, this time from:

Spoiler for Ep 25:
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Old 2009-10-27, 00:47   Link #43
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Yeah though Higepiyo and H.A.P. are comedy both are like Chalk & Cheese . Higepiyo can be enjoyed by all while H.A.P. is targeted at a specific audience . Also the thing I liked most about the show was the lead character there is something endearing about him .
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Old 2009-12-15, 23:31   Link #44
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Any ideas about who voices the samurai duck in episode 25? It could be Paku, but I think the voice belongs to another, relatively well-known, seiyuu; I just can't place who it is. There's some very funny stuff in this most recent batch from Yuurisan. I liked the expression on the father's face while considering the possibility of some "funny stuff" happening between his wife and Higepiyo. The profusion of costumes at the supermarket was also top-notch. This show continues to make us laugh despite its ridiculous premise. While Higepiyo could have become a rather boring "one-note" type of show, it has made Higepiyo into such an almost plausible character that we go along for the ride, laughing all the way. I do find the bullying subplot a bit repetitive, but they do seem to find new ways for Higepiyo to come to Piroshi's rescue.
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Old 2009-12-18, 00:00   Link #45
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I do find the bullying subplot a bit repetitive, but they do seem to find new ways for Higepiyo to come to Piroshi's rescue.
Makes you wonder whether Higepiyo deliberately comes to Hiroshi's rescue or he just HAPPENS to pass by while aiming for sweet potato or Yakisoba or whatever, sees Hiroshi in trouble so he rescues him?
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Old 2009-12-23, 19:15   Link #46
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I think this holiday season can be summed up in one word:

Santapiyo.
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Old 2009-12-24, 02:29   Link #47
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I think this holiday season can be summed up in one word:

Santapiyo.
*thumb-up* Love that episode.
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Old 2010-03-01, 19:20   Link #48
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Au revoir, Higepiyo! Perhaps we'll see you again in a sequel.

Personally I think Kumano-kun should be required to eat the entire grand prize!
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Old 2010-03-14, 01:07   Link #49
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Please give us another season - I miss Higepiyo already.
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