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View Poll Results: Lucky Star - Episode 24 (FINAL) Rating
Perfect 10 210 67.09%
9 out of 10 : Excellent 61 19.49%
8 out of 10 : Very Good 30 9.58%
7 out of 10 : Good 7 2.24%
6 out of 10 : Average 1 0.32%
5 out of 10 : Below Average 1 0.32%
4 out of 10 : Poor 1 0.32%
3 out of 10 : Bad 0 0%
2 out of 10 : Very Bad 0 0%
1 out of 10 : Painful 2 0.64%
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Old 2007-10-06, 00:12   Link #301
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WOOOT i just finished lucky star and i give it a 10 this anime had such a awsome ending and the dance was sooo pro this was one of the best anime ending ive seen ^^ i loved this series but im very sad to see it go
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Old 2007-10-06, 21:18   Link #302
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a.f.k. has released episode 24 and thus, have finished subbing Lucky Star!

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Old 2007-10-06, 21:23   Link #303
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Horrah!!!~
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Old 2007-10-07, 11:01   Link #304
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I was worried at how this episode would turn out, Hoping it wasn't a big disappointment, It was pretty awesome

A nice ending to the series anyway
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Old 2007-10-07, 20:29   Link #305
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Okonomiyaki

Note the numerous references to Okonomiyaki from various anime and manga mentioned in the latter part of the article above. Plus it's one of my favorite dishes and easy to make at home.

*watches the AFK sub of #24 had been holding out for*

"Japizza"? "Japizza?!" .oO(It's not even a real word!)

AFK could have at least used a real word, let alone the name of the real dish itself... and this after I defended the handling of "oyakodon" in ep. 1... sigh.

*goes off to hunt for an alternate sub*

Great episode though, at least, once I got past the sour taste from that.

edit: Also big thumbs up for ending it with Shiraishi's rendition of the ending song from Urusei Yatsura 2: Beautiful Dreamer, which was also set on "the night before the (culture) festival" and possibly Oshii Mamoru's first really stand-out film (though I thought the first UY film was often quite underrated, lol). Great song!

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Old 2007-10-07, 23:15   Link #306
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It's obviously the Lucky Star OP.



Make sure you youtube that dance there.
Is it me or does that seem kind of unsettling in this last episode. I know that I can expect non-sensical off the wall stuff with Lucky Channel, but in the actual show, doesn't this create some sort of paradox???
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Old 2007-10-08, 01:52   Link #307
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edit: Also big thumbs up for ending it with Shiraishi's rendition of the ending song from Urusei Yatsura 2: Beautiful Dreamer, which was also set on "the night before the (culture) festival" and possibly Oshii Mamoru's first really stand-out film (though I thought the first UY film was often quite underrated, lol). Great song!
As a long time anime fan, I was pleasantly surprised to hear Shiraishi sing Ai wa BUUMERAN (Love is a Boomerang) during the end credits. I think it was a nice way to tie up the episode since both LS 24 and UY2: BD feature cultural festivals, AND in a way, it brought back the karaoke of the first half endings - it's not a Minoru original song or a LS/SHnY/KyoAni-sourced tune.

Here's the original version from UY2:
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Old 2007-10-08, 02:06   Link #308
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Okonomiyaki

Note the numerous references to Okonomiyaki from various anime and manga mentioned in the latter part of the article above. Plus it's one of my favorite dishes and easy to make at home.

*watches the AFK sub of #24 had been holding out for*

"Japizza"? "Japizza?!" .oO(It's not even a real word!)

AFK could have at least used a real word, let alone the name of the real dish itself... and this after I defended the handling of "oyakodon" in ep. 1... sigh.

*goes off to hunt for an alternate sub*

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right.... "japizza" all I can do is shake my head at that and rest my case.

Aside: Okonomiyaki is a fun "table grilling" dish and is great with japanese beer. There are a zillion variations and each region of Japan claims to 'have the original' and 'make the best'. I prefer the Osaka-style but they're all good (if a little tricky to cook properly).

They're closer to being pancakes with lots of toppings than anything remotely resembling pizza..... no tomato substance involved at all.
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Old 2007-10-08, 05:18   Link #309
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Not all pizza has tomato...

It's hard to give an analogy of a food that's a combination of pancake, omelette, and is topped like a pizza. Although I'd preferred them using okonomiyaki (they did use warabimochi in SHnY), especially since it's the name of a food dish and not part of a joke that needed translating/adapting to understand. I'm probably in the minority in not objecting to a.f.k.'s decision in using the term Japizza.

Or maybe, that's what Strato calls it.


This discussion is making me hungry...
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Old 2007-10-08, 10:16   Link #310
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They're closer to being pancakes with lots of toppings than anything remotely resembling pizza..... no tomato substance involved at all.
If you look at wikipedia and check google, the most common english term for it is "Japanese Pizza". It doesn't make sense to me either.

It was pretty common in Japan to see white pizzas or non-tomato based pizzas last time I was there.
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Old 2007-10-08, 22:17   Link #311
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If you look at wikipedia and check google, the most common english term for it is "Japanese Pizza". It doesn't make sense to me either.

It was pretty common in Japan to see white pizzas or non-tomato based pizzas last time I was there.
Yeah, to me, my memories of Japanese Pizza is something you can get in a conbini (convenience store) or by demai (delivery) that can have interesting toppings like corn (I miss that!), shrimp and mayonnaise (Tsukasa'd order that I'm sure ), but is otherwise unmistakably of the Domino's school of fast food pizzas. Makes me want to order some shipped by air mail along with some Fanta Melon soda now...
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Old 2007-10-10, 23:19   Link #312
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Don't flame me for this, but I thought the ending was kind of "unfinished".

Did anyone else feel that?
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Old 2007-10-11, 08:18   Link #313
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Don't flame me for this, but I thought the ending was kind of "unfinished".

Did anyone else feel that?
I felt that too. However, I felt it fitted the series nicely. It had that little "spice" that shows this is indeed the finale. Of course, I still felt it was unfinished and I wish there was an episode 25 somewhere...

But still, it does fit the series as they entered the same way (sudden without much explanation) and ends as if showing they are still somewhere and continuing on with their lives.
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Old 2007-10-11, 11:53   Link #314
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i dunno where to post this

but some1 recently make a lucky dance op FINAL FANTASY VI STYLE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuhicQEYHIg
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Old 2007-10-11, 13:20   Link #315
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i dunno where to post this

but some1 recently make a lucky dance op FINAL FANTASY VI STYLE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuhicQEYHIg
I think that would fit the Music Video topic...

But OMG! Awesomely done!
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Old 2007-10-11, 15:55   Link #316
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Don't flame me for this, but I thought the ending was kind of "unfinished".

Did anyone else feel that?
Which is why we need OVA's, which KyoAni would be silly not to provide considering the popularity.
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Which is why we need OVA's, which KyoAni would be silly not to provide considering the popularity.
...or a second season.
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Old 2007-11-24, 19:24   Link #318
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I cried during part where they were practicing the cheerleader dance.

Call me crazy, but I found it very sentimental and satisfying that they decided to break the fourth wall and give the dance from the OP the full treatment it deserved.

(Gomen nasai for dredging up an old topic.)
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Old 2007-11-24, 19:42   Link #319
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I cried during part where they were practicing the cheerleader dance.

Call me crazy, but I found it very sentimental and satisfying that they decided to break the fourth wall and give the dance from the OP the full treatment it deserved.

(Gomen nasai for dredging up an old topic.)
No worries... as long as you have something nice to add.

Looking at my previous post in this topic however, I realized that maybe this ending is perfect. I had just rewatch Episode 24 again, and when the scene where they looked at the hallway and reminiscing about their previous high school years came... I realized it screamed "end". While I still kinda want to watch the aftermath of the actual performance after Shirashi's mobile phone rang... I thought it was a good end.

Of course, I have no objection toward an OVA. A S2 though... I doubt it'll happen.
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I thought the whole series was funny, but for some reason the final episode felt kind of lacking despite the whole rehearsal thing.
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