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$10 can not only buy you a cute hamster; it also get you a devoted housekeeper who will cook, clean, put on suntan lotion, and cheer you on when your relationships get stale! Does it seem like a dream? Then picture what life would be like if anybody who calls your house gets to know the contents of your underwear drawer! If you can’t imagine what rodents and ecchi have to do with each other, then enter the life of the hamster Ebichu, her sexy master, and the good-for-nothing boyfriend Kaishounachi, and see why a talking hamster can be such a bother!
This anime has many similarities to Ping pong plug, with outrageous humor, and a no holds barred view on sexually with tons of ecchi. If you like senseless laugh out loud humor with minimal guilt i recommend you watch this anime also.
Both Ebichu and Ping Pong Club take a step outside of the norm and give a slapstick sketch comedy type approach to alternative humor. Ebichu focuses more on sexual and violent humor whereas Ping Pong Club toys with sex, bathroom and fetish humor, both done in a lighthearted way. The episodes are relatively short for both shows. Both allow for a little to moderate character development though the nature of the shows doesn't necessarily require it. Both offer very visual and wordplay type humor. There is a feeling of innocence to both of them, though they clearly cross the line of decency...in an entertaining way. :)
These two just make you go "ewww..."; both have great jokes for a mature audience.
These are two of my very favorite comedy anime, because they are two of the downright funniest. Both shows are highly demented, perverse, and perverted. You could say that these shows fall somewhere in between ecchi and hentai, super ecchi maybe. Both of these shows also sacrifice plot development for the purpose of cramming in as many crude laughs as possible. If you're just looking for a laugh, and you're not prudish about sexual humor, toilet humor, or the occasional random crudely drawn nudity then this show is for you.
These shows, Ebichu in particular, are also very... um, educational, to a student of Japanese. Though both shows have their fair share of puns. You can learn a few words that you won't find in your average English to Japanese dictionary if you know what I mank... oops, what I mean. ;)
With a history of leading a motorcycle gang and getting bad grades in school, why would 22 year old Onizuka ever want to become a teacher? Is it to educate young minds or spread the joy of education? Sure, if it involves being able to look up high school girls' skirts! Watch as this would-be educator uses his own life lessons and unconstituted methods as a means to control a delinquent class of students -- students who certainly aren't as happy to have him as a teacher as he is happy to be teaching...
Who are the good guys and who are the bad guys and can't everyone just get along? Schemes, plots, girls pitted against boys and vice versa, teachers with ulterior motives, and similar situational comedy are just a few of the things GTO and Ping Pong Club have in common. GTO has a more solid plotline and greater character development, but it has twice the episodes to create it.
good old fashioned shool house anime with rediculous characters who like to dress up in costumes, and are not afraid to get perverted. Both anime are oddly similar in many ways.
Both shows are about crazy boys doing crazy things in a school setting. Lots of laughs are to be had with what goes down. GTO focuses on the teacher more than the students like Ping Pong Club does but I'm sure fans of one would enjoy the other
Wakame High School has its fair share of weirdos, and transfer student Fumiya "Fuumin" Okometsubu is about to meet the strangest one of all. Planning to make one hundred new friends, the first to step up to the plate is Masaru Hananakajima. Becoming an unwilling student in Masaru's secret martial arts style, the two embark on enrolling more unsuspecting victims to learn the "Sexy Commando" way of fighting. Recruiting Kyasharin, the feeblest strong man in the world; and Kondo, the aspiring manly man; the group embark on a voyage of moronic triviality. From an outrageous sleepover to playing the baseball Game of Honour, the team must finally pull together and remove their pants for the National Sexy Commando Tournament!
Idiotic humor and aimed at mature public. Both series are mainly about clubs in high school and focusses more on the things going around those club, than the actual activity done by those. Both even have some shounen-ai to "some" extend, though this is not the main thing that count in those series. A great laugh!
Both Ping Pong Club and Sexy Commando have absolutely tasteless and great humor. If you liked one, try the other.
Perverted, funny, random, funny, insane and funny are a few words that could be used to describe Ping Pong Club and Sexy Commando. The gags used in both are frequently childish pants or peepee jokes, but the execution will have you doubled up with laughter.
If you loved the antics of Maeno in Ping Pong, you are sure to feel the same kind of "sexy" connection to Commando's Masaru.
All Asakura wants is to graduate and become a high school teacher, but not for the reasons you’d expect: he wants to be surrounded by boobs - ample, bountiful boobs. But Asakura’s goal of mammary immersion won’t come easy, as his best friend Ishida is determined to open a flower shop with him once they graduate - that is, if they manage to graduate. Together, the duo navigates day-to-day school life with crass, whether they’re ogling their busty teacher, taking on part time jobs or dodging assassination attempts by robots.
Two ecchi, random comedies about school life. Ping Pong Club is the MUCH more ecchi and crude of the two, but they will appeal to the same audience.
If you like shows about boys being gross silly boys in a school setting these 2 shows are a perfect match.
Perverted, sleazy and sometimes crude (Vastly more for Ping Pong Club), both aren't even close to good but share those same traits with one-dimensional, generally unlikable characters and some occasional comedy around random events.
Negishi Souichi always dreamed of joining a trendy pop band, so that he could perform music like that of his idol, Kahimi Karie. In order to realize his dream, he decided to leave the country side and his loving parents to study in Tokyo. And after graduating, he does manage to join a band... but not the kind he was expecting! As lead singer of the death metal band Detroit Metal City, under the stage name Krauser II, he is made to perform loud songs filled with obscene lyrics - a far cry from the songs he used to write in school. But despite the fact that Negishi hates DMC's music, the Krauser side of him will do anything to put on a good show for his fans... even if it means making Negishi's life a misery!
When first watching DMC, I really struggled to think of many shows that had the same perverted and totally unecessary kind of humour. Luckily, I stumbled across Ping Pong Club, and found myself laughing at the same kind of naughty jokes and unbelievable scenes.
Neither show has particularly impressive visuals (in fact, Ping Pong Club is downright ugly), but the "in your face" and over the top comedy more than makes up for it. If you can tolerate (or even like) one show, I'm sure you'll enjoy the other.
I'd have to agree with a former recomendation. Both are filled with the same irrelivant story line vs crude, lively humor.
Charcaters are drawn as ugly as possible.