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Old 2021-01-14, 18:28   Link #21
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Well that's a good lesson. Vaccination works great so long as your memory cell isn't an idiot that can't tell the difference between prophecy and memory.

The whole hilarity with Campylobacter was fun . That hilarious trick worked out quite nicely.

T-Cell needs to take a breath. The fun times with White Blood Cell and Red Blood Cell are the best parts of the show . Let us have those moments.
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Old 2021-01-14, 18:55   Link #22
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There couldn't be a better time for a story about the benefits of vaccination.

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Is that Show Hayami as that M-Cell bartender ?
It was. I was immediately reminded of GochiUsa.
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Old 2021-01-14, 19:50   Link #23
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An episode on vaccinations? How appropriately timed. Hopefully none of our memory cells start making the same mistakes this one did
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Old 2021-01-14, 22:04   Link #24
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Ah yes, vaccination. What we all should be thankful for, and hopefully perhaps this lifetime's most important one reaches us all soon.

Good episode! Loved the "prophecy" which turned out to just be the memory cell's memory. Blasting those mumps with that selective laser was super awesome too.
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Old 2021-01-15, 15:12   Link #25
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Lol, "third eye", memory cell deserves the beating for this case. I found the Peyer's patch super interesting, because it is a "trap" designed by the body to lure in bacteria and virus and deal with them there all at once. Really cool how the body worked up a system like that for its protection, even having its own "barkeeper" cells aka M cells.
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Old 2021-01-15, 17:25   Link #26
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I found the Peyer's patch super interesting, because it is a "trap" designed by the body to lure in bacteria and virus and deal with them there all at once.
First I've ever heard of this organ (?). You learn something new each week with Cells at Work.
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Old 2021-01-15, 21:42   Link #27
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Well the Memory Cell is an idiot thinking he seeing the future when he seeing the past he really needs proper sleep

Killer T is really to much a meat head
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Old 2021-01-16, 07:02   Link #28
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I like this pair of chapters. So now they are going for half an episode per chapter ... not that there is really a problem because often you can really put the vitals of a 24 minute episode into a half-episode anyway.

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I wouldn't wonder if the Platelets spinoff gets an anime someday as well, given how popular they are.^^
I've (just) read it. Overall the content is best represented, IMO, by a bunch of 5 minute shorts.
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Old 2021-01-21, 12:24   Link #29
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This show is such an educational piece of art. Like this week, we got to see histamines.

Dengue vrius is also something I learned more about. Thanks Cell at Work.
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Old 2021-01-21, 12:33   Link #30
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The pair that stays together (Red Blood Cell and White Blood Cell) get Histamine shocked together .

I see Cells take it as about as well as real women do when you call them hysterical. At least they didn't call her a Fat Cell .

So a mosquito sucking up blood in the body is the equivalent of an alien invasion abducting people. Even they realize they'll never see those kidnapped Red Blood Cells again .

Look! It's the Stone Mask...I mean, Dengue! That little boy telling off the elder felt like a JoJo reference. And who else gets to make such direct JoJo references than David Productions .

It was nice to see Eosinophil and Basophil again, and Basophil's esoteric dialogue was able to get a proper message to Mast Cell to do her proper job again. Of course, he speaks plainly to the Platelets' question .

Those poor Langerhans Cells...they basically get possessed, become germs, and are then killed and unceremoniously booted out of the body .

Considering how people feel about acne, having it be represented by slimy, monster, worms holding people hostage and treating them as slaves feels pretty accurate .

In comes White Blood Cell as the lone sheriff trying to liberate a village from an evil gang! It suits him .

That's a lot of dead White Blood Cells .

White Blood Cell may put himself through a lot, but he is a really nice guy, even if it means wearing a really goofy hat for the child he helped .
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Old 2021-01-21, 19:10   Link #31
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Look! It's the Stone Mask...I mean, Dengue! That little boy telling off the elder felt like a JoJo reference. And who else gets to make such direct JoJo references than David Productions .
The mask at the very least was definitely a Jojo reference. I didn't catch the one with the little boy.
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Old 2021-01-21, 21:44   Link #32
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Good episode. Somehow, they lined up the two shows together this week. Shocking! Haha. Poor normal cell, couldn't eat a regular meal due to the histamines. Almost got an apology out of her, but she wised up and they're back to their old ways again. It's too bad the mosquito took away some of the cells, I even saw a little platelet get sucked up =(
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Old 2021-01-22, 00:53   Link #33
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I really enjoy the comfort level of this show. The two main cells are just such a nice pair. They still deal with troubles and I mean...that acne massacre was tragic. But you can still have a lot of fun.

Nothing like someone going full hysterical when called hysterical .

Damn mosquitos! Finally a show that truly captures the horror of what is going on! I'm really quite proud of Red Blood Cell though. She's been through a lot and reacts pretty quickly to dangerous situations. Lesser cells would get dazed and sucked up in an instant. Plus her smile really does brighten things up nicely .

Oh god, they went full Jojo! And of course they can freely do so. That's freaking awesome. Basophil going on a...monologue was fun as well.

Almost forgot how badass White Blood Cell is. Fighting a giant acne germ? Who cares! Time to obliterate that guy!
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Old 2021-01-22, 10:11   Link #34
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Kanazawa does hysterical really well, too.
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Old 2021-01-22, 21:36   Link #35
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Who know that a mosquito looks like an alien abduction and white blood cell really overdose it
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Old 2021-01-24, 09:42   Link #36
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Almost forgot how badass White Blood Cell is. Fighting a giant acne germ? Who cares! Time to obliterate that guy!
His counterparts in the Code Black bodies may well be filled with jealousy that our WBC here is still living in a body where he can still say such things.
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Old 2021-01-25, 01:14   Link #37
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His counterparts in the Code Black bodies may well be filled with jealousy that our WBC here is still living in a body where he can still say such things.
I'm sure there would be envy all over the place . This body has a lot of good things going for it and the freedom for sillier things. Like a Memory Cell that has enough leeway to think he has the power of prophecy . Not that bad things don't happen to this body. But they do have a good enough base that they can more easily deal with troubles rather than be worn down by it all.
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Old 2021-01-25, 01:31   Link #38
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OTOH, the OG body almost died and needed a transfusion, so there's that.
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Old 2021-01-25, 08:52   Link #39
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First I've ever heard of this organ (?). You learn something new each week with Cells at Work.
Look up the MALT system of which these patches are part of.....It's....a very happening place
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Old 2021-01-28, 12:23   Link #40
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Episode 4:

Damn, I did not expect this episode to have this level of emotions. It's just an ordinary cell trying to do the right thing and be a hero to help the helpless.

A very interesting way to protray the way the immune system fights off invaders. Even an ordinary cell has their motivations to fight. That OM NOM OM.
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