The life of a typical Japanese family is never dull – something the Oosawagi family proves in leaps and bounds. Kotetsu is crude, rude, and high strung; Sakura has poor taste in men; infant Yuuta is as cute as can be; Grandpa Kintetsu is ancient; and the pet chimpanzee is… a chimpanzee?! With creepy neighbors, school bullies and a variety of other problems to deal with, the Oosawagi family will tackle each day one gross and unusual moment at a time!
Shinnosuke Nohara is a crude and rude five-year-old child with a penchant for dirty and inappropriate comments. Whether he's blackmailing his mother for an allowance, dropping his drawers, or snubbing girls at the playground, there's nothing the lecherous Shin-chan can't enjoy. Along with his dysfunctional family and wacky friends, Shin-chan will tackle life's daily problems - one exciting moment at a time!
Hanada Ichiro is an abrasive young man who lives with his hag of a mother, his father the drunk, his grandfather the absent-minded, and his older sister. One sunny afternoon, Ichiro's rebellious antics finally take a turn for the worse, causing him to get hit by a car. When he awakens, he discovers that he has the ability to see ghosts, and converse with them (much to his dismay, since they all seem to want helpful favors). Will Ichiro's newfound ability be a blessing, or just another annoyance in his life?
Hanada Shounen-shi and Super Radical Gag Family are both incredibly gross and spastic looks at a "typical" family. Honestly, I didn't care for either of these, but they are such carbon copies of each other that you'd surely like one if you liked the other. Grossness and low-brow humor are at the epicenter of both series.
It's time for the Hidden Village's annual sports festival, and everyone is vying for the ultimate prize: a week off from participating in missions! Naruto and the gang are all in the running, but Naruto has a small problem: he has to go - BAD! Unfortunately for his bowels, finding a free toilet is an impossible task; and whether it's trying to sneak into the ladies' room or creating clones to take over for him in the games (who, unfortunately, are also experiencing a fecal crisis), nothing Naruto does gets him closer to his goal. He must compete in the games and keep himself from having an accident - can Naruto succeed?
Super Radical Gag Family and Naruto Sports Festival are two rude and crude comedies of sorts that have a plentiful amount of toilet humor. Naruto is a bit more niche given the franchise it comes from, but if you liked one, you'd probably enjoy the other.