Oh my god (datte datte anata ga ita kataomoichuu), Maachun’s reactions are so so so so so good.
We’ll get to that in a second.
This episode of Mujack guest stars NMB and it’s high larryous.One thing that bothered me about Mujack and Ariyoshi Kyowakoku was how everything is blue screeened. It still bothers me, but I’m sort of used to it. It was really annoying when they had scrolling text somewhere because it’s enormously distracting.
Anyway, after Kyonshi we get an impersonation that picked up steam because of Geinin, I think.The theme of today’s show is like a classroom setting and they go over various things. We start with our new transfer student. Our first subject was to introduce photos that you found interesting. But not before Takamina says “PICTURE” in English. Man. Too freakin’ good. Maachun. Get used to seeing her. If you watched this entire episode and just watched her reactions, you would enjoy the show. Her reactions were so good. I even named this blog entry after her. I feel like there’s an inherent silliness with Sayaka which makes it endearing to watch. Like skillwise she’s mega serious and practices hard but when she’s silly, she’s SILLY. Maybe that’s why I like her, because that’s what I envision myself as. Except skillwise I suck at probably everything, and she has acoustic Jungle Gym. Game over man. Speaking of Kanakichi, I was wondering why I hadn’t seen her on TV for a while. Then I realized it was because I haven’t been watching my shows except for Geinin and I stopped reading G+. Silly me.
Nana’s photo is of Mirurun bringing her school shoes to the NMB theatre because she forgot her own shoes and accidentally boarded the train. Now there’s someone I haven’t seen in a while. I hope they both appear on Geinin.
Next lesson is science. Shouldn’t Rika be good at this?For science we get some dude who likes bugs. You can see where this is going. He introduces some bugs from South America and compares the wasps and tarantulas over there to the ones over in Japan. It reminds me of this one time when I was dorming at UCSD and my roommate and I were chilling at our respective desks when we hear this knocking on the overhead light. We look up and see this HUGE MOTH. It was probably like an inch and a half long (a little less than 4cm, for you international folk) and we were like omg what do we do? We took it down in a battle involving potpourri and phone books. And thus we ended the reign of Mothra.
Anyway, what better way to show bugs than to make them touch it. And this is where Maachun shines.