“Miyuki-san, GOOD JOB!”

Lucky Star

Kona-chan, GOOD JOB!

My heart skipped a beat when that happened from the moe overload.

Lucky Star is getting better and better and had me laughing from Tsukasa’s dojikko-ness, Kagami’s tsun-tsun-ness and Kona-chan’s otaku-ness (“Dakara… AI DA YO!”).

Also, the ED this time is Aaya-chan singing “Sore ga Ai deshou”, FMP? Fummofu’s OP theme. Here’s an audio rip I did, sadly the first 30 secs were obscured by the rest talking. I wonder will Aaya-chan release a compilation CD later XD.

5 Comments

  1. Likkun Said,

    April 23, 2007 @ 1:57 pm

    Yeah, about that karaoke compilation CD. You’ll give Lantis bad ideas if you say things like that and I don’t doubt that they’d do such a thing either.

  2. deftoned Said,

    April 24, 2007 @ 4:01 pm

    I am absolutely loving all the video game references being thrown in each episode. Who would have thought the 3DO would get even a mention. :) As a gamer, I’m loving this series (and Hayate no Gotoku for the shout outs to the N64 and the Dreamcast in this Playstation infested world).

  3. JS Said,

    April 25, 2007 @ 7:21 am

    They even had Cromartie and Pani Poni Dash references!

  4. strangest Said,

    April 26, 2007 @ 10:55 am

    …Am I the only one who noticed the weird laughs by Konata every time she took a shot at Kagami?

    …Well, I Lol’ed at it. >_>

  5. Kaioshin_Sama Said,

    April 29, 2007 @ 3:49 pm

    Your question on whether or not Aya Hirano will release a single on Sorega Ai Deshou is kind of a silly one. The whole thing is quite obviously set up for that exact purpose considering they suddenly decided to have her do a song in an adult voice rather than butcher it. The whole thing was honestly kind of silly and out of the blue, meaning it’s Cover CD Single time for Aya Hirano. Japan doesn’t have much experience in advertising in anime so their product placement’s tend to stand out like a sore thumb. Such as with the “Comptiq Benefit’s Card Is Now On Sale”/”Some Title’s Are Worth Collecting More Than Other’s” segement referring to Comptiq the magazine in which Lucky Star is published. Zero tact.

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