|MrBuddy - 2010-02-10 |
Too bad I know the context, it makes me wonder what it would be like without it.
|memedumpster - 2010-02-10 |
Five for no "wtf Japan" tag, showing the pure, unironic nature of Caminante's heart.
|Gayperson - 2010-02-10 |
how could this make sense with context?
OK not really spoilers but if you want to watch it out of context stop reading. The small children and obviously non-human characters are from another dimension. Every so many centuries they all come to either, meet their human partner and battle each other to determine who gets to be their new ruler. If I remember right the "V" shaped guy was beating everyone until someone reminded him he liked melons and he went into a melon song. Everyone joined in, happy not to have their butts kicked for a little while.
|Xenocide - 2010-02-10 |
Later, he sings the song again, and as soon as he's done, he dies.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2010-02-10 |
American Idol: the Animated Series
|ponpoko - 2010-02-10 |
I don't see what's so weird about it. Just an ordinary, V-shaped fellow appreciating melons so hard that little explosions come out of his mouth when he yells.
|oogaBooga - 2010-02-10 |
The context is pretty obvious: he likes melons and sings about them.
|HURF BLURF DUH - 2010-02-10 |
Having seen the "chichi chichi oppai" song from Zatch Bell converted into "hey hey let's dance all day," I have to wonder what the original Japanese version of this song was about, perhaps raping schoolgirls, who knows.
Nope, it's pretty much about loving melons if the fansubs are to be believed... it's also slightly more awesome in Japanese since it makes even less sense that way.
|twinkieafternoon - 2010-02-10 |
|Zarathustra00 - 2010-02-10 |
Is this part of some bizarro episode or should I go back and give this show another chance?
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