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So I've finally read volumes 16-21 of Excel Saga, thanks wholely to my local library. (Though I must admit, I may have missed vol. 15, and possibly 14.) Anyway, not the point. While looking at the array of insane, semi-insane, maybe-somewhat-insane, finally-gone-insane, and less-insane-than-everyone-else characters, I noticed something.
Maybe it was his droopy, scary mustache. Or his droopy, scary hair. But when our psychotic friend and absconder-of-taxpayer-funds, Dr. Kabapu is down in the dumps, reminds me of Rabbit from "Winnie-the-Pooh". And when he's angry, well, I can just imagine him shouting, "My honey pots!" (After which he would blacklist a certain bear, and probably Piglet, too, just for associating with said bear.)
Supposing Kabapu was Rabbit, I guess that would assign the Environmental Protection Department the following roles:
Iwata=Tigger (because of his idiotic, boundless energy)
Sumayochi=Piglet (because he tries to be quiet and unassuming)
Watanabe=Eeyore (because his luck with Hyatt - er, Miss Ayame, is about as good as Eeyore's luck with his tail)
Shioji=Owl (must I explain that one? Though, Owl is more wise whereas the professor is smart.)
Momochi=Kanga (because we all know Kanga has the goods on everyone)
Matsuya=Gopher (this was a tough one, but in the end, she gets Gopher because she does work, even though the work often backfires on her and the rest of the team)
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