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Sin Strange+ Episode 4 - Princess

Takumi and company show up at Kiyoko's high school culture festival. They end up helping out with Kiyoko's class's play at the very last minute, but will the play end safely?

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These are both random comedies where anything can happen. The setups are different Teekyuu is about a tennis club and Sin is about a dectective agency. but neither show follows its premise in favor of being gag comdies that send the jokes flying fast. 

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If you like random comedy then these are the shows for you. The settings might be completely different, but both of these shows deliver a non-stop stream of humor with tons of references to other anime. 

Gintama has full length episodes and even has a plot occasionally. Sin on the other hand is a short that goes all out using its run time to deliver as many jokes and references as possiblle.

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