Story: At the start of each episode, Mr. Stain finds some shit in a pile of shit, throwing the same shit out, day in, day out. But the shit he takes out of the shit pile is different every episode. Sometimes it leads to happiness, sometimes to a horrific event that involves a cat named Cat. He wears a sweather made of dyed human skin, but more on him later.
Anyway, the moral of the story, as it's a children's show, is that sometimes a good deed will be punished, and the punisher punished. With murder. It's not entirely sensible and each episode is pretty bad on their own but it has it's moments. The episodic plots aren't particularly interesting though, and the final episode is a load of shit and completely bonkers but... no, the entire thing is shit.
Animation: I can honestly say this is the best looking of Ryuji Masoda- if he only made more shitty anime- catalogue, which translates to this is the least creepy, nightmare inducing shitfests of his catalogue. I should at least highlight, as the Cat looks fucking scary at times. Fucking psycho and shit with the eye episode. And in general, that steely gaze that pierces your unfortunate soul... soulless and monstrous that only wants to kill...
Otherwise, it looks kinda bad, but it is from the creator of Funny Pets, Funny Pets 2: The Murdering, Popee the Performer and the unreleased Inspector Papi, so it's suppose to look like crap.
Sound: He's done worse. The EP is shake-yo-ass worthy as everybody shake shakes and the cats pelvic thrust into each other's asses in a homeowrotic conga line. So the music's good and voices only make it worse. Or better, as a silent, murderous cat is fucking creepy. The score is only brought up for the ass grooves and the signal that the episode is nearly over.
Characters: In every one of his works, there needs to be a psychopathic non-human, and the cat is that psychopath. Them eyes, filled with greed, murderous intent and cat, so cold and merciless... and he's a jerk too. Kinda like Poopy, but without the guns, knives, sodorapery and being a failure of a clown.
There's also the hobo, Mr. Stain, who is the Keda-wolf of the series, except he has better luck, fortune and the eternal bliss of not being in the circus of nightmares. Being the good guy, it's only fair that a bone gets thrown his way, and he's good enough to appreciate it. There really ain't much to them, and a lot of them are on the recieving end of pain, so that's a plus.
Overall: It was crap. Boring, but had some moments of entertainment, usually at someone's expense. Overall, it's of the highest calibur in the catalogue of Masuda -May be defile anime forever-, from what I've seen but it can't defeat the meta of Popee the Performer. That shit's legendary.
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