History Anime / AllPurposeCulturalCatgirlNukuNuku

23rd Jul '17 1:31:19 PM fruitstripegum
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* ThemeTwinNaming: Hidariko and Migiko. Their names literally mean "Left Girl" and "Right Girl". The valentine's day episode gives us a second set (who also look like the first, but without moles) named Ueko ("Above Girl") and Shitako ("Below Girl").



* ThemeTwinNaming: Hidariko and Migiko. Their names literally mean "Left Girl" and "Right Girl". The valentine's day episode gives us a second set (who also look like the first, but without moles) named Ueko ("Above Girl") and Shitako ("Below Girl").
17th Apr '17 6:43:39 AM fruitstripegum
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* FestivalEpisode: Doubles as a TimeTravel episode.



* FestivalEpisode: Doubles as a TimeTravel episode.
25th Mar '17 8:07:33 AM fruitstripegum
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* RobotGirl: Eimi in the OVA, the other NK-series Androids in ''Dash'' aside from Nuku Nuku herself and [[spoiler: Her Sister ReiRei]], who are cyborgs, instead.

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* RobotGirl: Eimi in the OVA, the other NK-series Androids in ''Dash'' aside from Nuku Nuku herself and [[spoiler: Her Sister ReiRei]], her sister Rei Rei]], who are cyborgs, instead.
4th Jan '17 12:47:47 AM tigerstar
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* TheScream: Akiko does this when she realises she has been duped by Kyousuke into letting him and Ryuunosuke move back in, provided she does all the "motherly duties" like cooking and cleaning - even though that means she has no more time with her son than when they were separated.

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* TheScream: Akiko does this when she realises she has been duped by Kyousuke Kyuusaku into letting him and Ryuunosuke move back in, provided she does all the "motherly duties" like cooking and cleaning - even though that means she has no more time with her son than when they were separated.
4th Jan '17 12:46:01 AM tigerstar
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* TheScream: Akiko does this when she realises she has been duped by Kyousuke into letting him and Ryuunosuke move back in, provided she does all the "motherly duties" like cooking and cleaning - even though that means she has no more time with her son than when they were separated.
3rd Dec '15 1:39:47 PM Warwolf
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** Completely averted by all three in ''Dash''. They simply work at the company and none of them are in any way depicted as villainous, though all three do at one poitn cross paths with Nuku Nuku in her alternate identity without ever putting it together that [[ClarkKenting she and the 'androbot' they're trying to find are the same person despite having the exact same body type and hair style as well as hair color.]]

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** Completely averted by all three in ''Dash''. They simply work at the company and none of them are in any way depicted as villainous, though all three do at one poitn point or another cross paths with Nuku Nuku in her alternate identity without ever putting it together that [[ClarkKenting she and the 'androbot' they're trying to find are the same person despite having the exact same body type and hair style as well as hair color.]]]] Hell, Akiko ''lives'' with her!
3rd Dec '15 1:39:03 PM Warwolf
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** Completely averted by all three in ''Dash''. They simply work at the company and none of them are in any way depicted as villainous, though all three do at one poitn cross paths with Nuku Nuku in her alternate identity without ever putting it together that [[ClarkKenting|she and the 'androbot' they're trying to find are the same person despite having the exact same body type and hair style as well as hair color.]]

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** Completely averted by all three in ''Dash''. They simply work at the company and none of them are in any way depicted as villainous, though all three do at one poitn cross paths with Nuku Nuku in her alternate identity without ever putting it together that [[ClarkKenting|she [[ClarkKenting she and the 'androbot' they're trying to find are the same person despite having the exact same body type and hair style as well as hair color.]]
3rd Dec '15 1:38:28 PM Warwolf
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** Completely averted by all three in ''Dash''. They simply work at the company and none of them are in any way depicted as villainous, though all three do at one poitn cross paths with Nuku Nuku in her alternate identity without ever putting it together that [[ClarkKenting|she and the 'androbot' they're trying to find are the same person despite having the exact same body type and hair style as well as hair color.]]
29th Aug '15 3:51:18 PM Gouken20xx
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** Even more funny... The design she uses and concept that she's describing are for [[AlternateContinuity Nuku Nuku DASH!]]
20th Jul '15 1:47:44 PM Willbyr
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A light-hearted, comedic miniseries despite its darkish opening and the vast amount of firepower deployed throughout its six episodes, ''Anime/AllPurposeCulturalCatGirlNukuNuku'' is a fun romp with one of the more endearing anime heroines of the early 1990s. It's proven popular enough to spawn several AlternateUniverse [[SpinOff Spin Offs]]. The anime franchise as a whole consists of three entries:

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A light-hearted, comedic miniseries despite its darkish opening and the vast amount of firepower deployed throughout its six episodes, ''Anime/AllPurposeCulturalCatGirlNukuNuku'' ''All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku'' is a fun romp with one of the more endearing anime heroines of the early 1990s. It's proven popular enough to spawn several AlternateUniverse [[SpinOff Spin Offs]]. The anime franchise as a whole consists of three entries:







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