They are my noble masters ep06 – there’s always someone who’s more invisible then you are…

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Well, this episode sort of proves that no matter how bad one feel, someone’s doing worse…

So what? That’s not the problem here!

What’s with a parody that parodies a parody (this is an easy one to say a thousand times fast).

A character complaining about having no special character or personality…a Fist of North Star Attack that erases presence in the show…characters that performs obvious rip-off versions of characters from other shows that their seiyuu plays (well, I’m Otaku and I laughed)…

It should be a problem that someone feels that he or she doesn’t matter if he or she were to disappear, but having this done in different ways (mostly for comedic effect, shockingly), this is another take on it. But the truth is, yeah, someone is more invisible then you are…

But that doesn’t make the problem go away neither does that solve it. So screw the moral of the story and just watch this show for brainless fun, obvious fan service (don’t cover that butt), and…pretty much nothing else except the performance of big name seiyuus. That, I do enjoy immensely.

Moving on…

2 thoughts on “They are my noble masters ep06 – there’s always someone who’s more invisible then you are…”

  1. “don’t cover that butt”

    Yeah, they didn’t censor Miyu’s butt in Episode 3. Oh wait… She’s a loli. (Rephrase) 20-ish girl trapped in a loli’s body. . . Uh… Wonder whether that’s a valid reason? ^^;;;

  2. Well, technically she’s a child so it’s OK on Japanese TV…Wait, she’s a grown up and it’s OK on Japanese TV…Yep, they got me confused as well.

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