Saturday, August 26
This is - for the most part - a very silly show. There is - for the most part - no overall plot to the series. It is episodic to the point of regularly having to reset reality merely to keep the cast intact. It is at least chronological, in that things that occur in one episode that are not obviously reset do affect later episodes - except when they don't - and things that clearly could not have taken place do not get retrofitted into later episodes - except when they do.
It's not for everyone, but at least watch episodes two and three, in which they introduce Mint, Vanilla, and Normad. It's also in episode three that they really start shredding science fictional tropes. You'll see what I mean.
It didn't take long for me to figure out that it was basically an extended Coyote-and-RoadRunner show, except with tits. One episode was enough.
Is Vanilla a robot? Or just the requisite Emotionless Girl?
Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Saturday, August 26 2006 10:13 PM (+rSRq)
I can't say for sure, but I think she's just the emotionless girl. Except when she isn't, of course. (In fact, she's listed on that page. ;))
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Saturday, August 26 2006 10:17 PM (9OTrh)
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Saturday, August 26 2006 10:21 PM (9OTrh)
Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Sunday, August 27 2006 12:29 AM (9imyF)
The show doesn't really get into gear until season two, and season three is even better.
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Sunday, August 27 2006 01:17 AM (9OTrh)
Posted by: J Greely at Sunday, August 27 2006 02:03 AM (0/vcb)
All the girls have more to them than appears at first glance, except maybe Milfeuille, who remains the supernaturally lucky ditz throughout.
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Sunday, August 27 2006 02:07 AM (9OTrh)
Posted by: ubu roi at Sunday, August 27 2006 03:57 PM (81mnL)
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