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Desc:With complete meltdown starting at 1:30. This show apparently invented every Internet meme by 1983.
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:Star Wars, urusei yatsura, WTF Japan, ITS A TRAP
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I'm man enough to admit that I legitimately like this show.
Spastic Avenger
There is no shame in liking Urusei Yatsura. It's my favourite thing from Japan, bar Kwaidan.

I was not ready for such a level of absurdity.
Star wars, that catatonic guy, then that one guy pulls out a sword.

This video is APESHIT.
This seems to have come out the same year Jedi did. They're just giving the kids what they want.

OK, Urusei Yatsura is the story of a lecherous boy who meets a hot, ogre girl that thinks he's proposed to her. Now she chases him and he doesn't want her but nearly every other male who sees her wants her. I've seen 20 or 30 episodes that are oh... about 7 minutes long each. What on Earth that weird Star Wars thing all about?? The stars are for the plot suddenly having an acid flashback.
Caminante Nocturno
Rumiko Takahashi's non-Inu Yasha stuff is excellent.
Very true, i do find several sections of Ranma 1/2 quite annoying and redundant.

Yeah, but Ranma does have some good qualities. Inu Yasha took the irritating aspects of Ranma and ramped them up to a thousand.

Their Admiral Ackbar is far superior to the original.

Space Helicopter
I don't see how a girl electrocuting you in bed is bad.
Japan and Star Wars have had a strange relationship, ever since the release of Message from Space.

Also, while the UY series seems to set the standard for TV series based on Rumiko Takahashi comics aka rigidly formulaic sitcom stuff that goes on and on and on for about 100,000 episodes it at least had it's moments, like this one.
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