History Anime / Usavich

7th Oct '17 12:44:37 PM louisXVI
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* DisproportionateRetribution: The reason why Putin was in jail in the first place is because he was late for a job due to a hangover. And the judges conclude that he was jailed as a capitalist agent (This show takes place in somewhere similar to Russia.

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* DisproportionateRetribution: The reason why Putin was in jail in the first place is because he was late for a job due to a hangover. And the judges conclude that he was jailed as a capitalist agent (This show takes place in somewhere similar to Russia. Soviet Russia).


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* GoryDiscretionShot: When Kirenenko is sliced vertically in half by Zrzolov's lasers, the two halves of his body swing open to face Putin, but away from the audience.
7th Oct '17 12:40:19 PM louisXVI
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* {{Transvestite}}: Comaneci the chick. In later episode it is revealed that he's just part of a different species of bird.

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* {{Transvestite}}: Comaneci the chick.chick, who in his first appearance, confuses Putin by neither being obviously male or female. In later episode it is revealed that he's just part of a different species of bird.
7th Oct '17 12:39:20 PM louisXVI
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* {{Transvestite}}: Comaneci the chick. Every other chicken looks just like him, though.

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* {{Transvestite}}: Comaneci the chick. Every other chicken looks In later episode it is revealed that he's just like him, though.part of a different species of bird.
7th Oct '17 12:33:50 PM louisXVI
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''Usavich'' (from ''Usagi'', Japanese for rabbit, and ''-vich'', which is faux Russian) is a short CG-animated comedy that airs on MTV Japan. Briefly, Usavich is about two [[FunnyAnimal anthropomorphic rabbit]] fugitives. The first is Putin, a carefree and happy-go-lucky rabbit who always follows orders, dances a lot, is very skilled with repairing things, and panics quite often. The second is Kirenenko, an apathetic and ultra-strong rabbit who cares only about reading his shoe catalog or cleaning his shoes, and is oblivious to the fact that he lives in jail.

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''Usavich'' (from ''Usagi'', Japanese for rabbit, and ''-vich'', which is faux Russian) is a short CG-animated comedy that airs on MTV Japan. Briefly, Usavich is about two [[FunnyAnimal anthropomorphic rabbit]] fugitives. The first is Putin, a carefree and happy-go-lucky rabbit who always follows orders, dances a lot, is very skilled with repairing things, and panics quite often. The second is Kirenenko, an apathetic and ultra-strong rabbit who cares only about reading his shoe catalog or cleaning his shoes, and is oblivious to the fact that he lives in jail.
jail. Minor characters in the spare cast include Leningrad, a frog, and Comaneci, a strange hermaphroditic chicken... thing.
8th Apr '17 10:07:19 PM DienShihGeng
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The comedy could best be described as adolescent. There's a bit of ToiletHumour, a lot of {{Slapstick}} (Kirenenko goes [[BerserkButton berserk]] quite often), and some surreal BlackComedy moments. Its lack of dialogue also makes it very accessible for a casual observer.

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The comedy could best be described as adolescent. There's a bit of ToiletHumour, a lot of {{Slapstick}} (Kirenenko goes [[BerserkButton [[TheBerserker berserk]] quite often), and some surreal BlackComedy moments. Its lack of dialogue also makes it very accessible for a casual observer.
29th Dec '16 7:52:10 PM tkzv
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The first season focuses on prison life. The second season follows their adventures after escaping prison in a run-down car on a precarious mountain road. The third season deals with their stay at a high-rise skyscraper in the city. The fourth season observes Putin's attempts to perfect a robot duplicate of Kirenenko. In the fifth season they are trying to live in a forest while fending off attacks of a [[BigfootSasquatchAndYeti savage rabbit]].

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The first season focuses on prison life. The second season follows their adventures after escaping prison in a run-down car on a precarious mountain road. The third season deals with their stay at a high-rise skyscraper in the city. The fourth season observes Putin's attempts to perfect a robot duplicate of Kirenenko. In the fifth season they are trying to live in a forest while fending off attacks of a [[BigfootSasquatchAndYeti savage rabbit]].
rabbit]]. The sixths season is a prequel ("Season Zero") about prison life when Kirenenko was still recovering from his wounds and before they became cellmates.



* ArtShift: Season Zero starts (mostly) DeliberatelyMonochrome and gradually gains colours as the setting acquires familiar elements. Also background music is creepy.
* BandageMummy: Kirenenko and his brother in the prequel.



* CallForward: Kedamsky is a background inmate in the prequel and [[ADayInTheLimelight a whole episode]] focuses on Killnenko.
* CameBackWrong: In the flashback in Season 3 Kirenenko and Killnenko were torn to pieces by an explosion. They've been put together, but some parts got mixed. A chunk of Kirenenko's skull has wrong colour and breaks off easier.



* TheDitz[=/=]GeniusDitz: Putin. From Season 2 onwards, he is shown to be quite proficient with mechanics, which has saved their lives on more than one occasion. He can also cook.



* TheDitz[=/=]GeniusDitz: Putin. From Season 2 onwards, he is shown to be quite proficient with mechanics, which has saved their lives on more than one occasion. He can also cook.



* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Each season has a template for the names:
** Season 1: "Time for ..." (Food/Work/Shower/etc.)
** Season 2: "Beware of ..." (Distractions/Cliffs/Snipers/etc.)
** Season 3: "The ...th Floor"
** Season 4: "... Machine" (Cooking/Cleaning/Magic/etc.)
** Season 5: "Forest of ..." (Fur/Hide-and-seek/Komanetsyn/etc.)
** Season 0: "The Beginning of ..." (Revival/Food/Toilet/etc.). Also, they are numbered from -12 to 0.



* MusicalEpisode: Every fifth episode of each season, there is an impromptu percussive performance in the show, often involving Leningrad's ribbits, Putin's gasps, and Kirenenko's punches.

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* MusicalEpisode: Every fifth episode of each season, there is an impromptu percussive performance in the show, often involving Leningrad's ribbits, Putin's gasps, and Kirenenko's punches. In the prequel it is -5th -- 8th from the start, 6th from the end.



* OriginsEpisode: Much of Season 0.
** How did Kirenenko get his trainers and ''Shoes'' magazine.
** Why does Leningrad stick with Putin.
** Why do guards hide behind doors.



* TrueCompanions: Not Kirenenko and Putin, but Putin and Leringrad. In Season 5, when Leringrad's father (who already eats most of the cast) nearly eats Putin, Leringrad stopped him.

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* TrueCompanions: Not Kirenenko and Putin, but Putin and Leringrad. In Season 5, when Leringrad's father (who already eats most of the cast) nearly eats Putin, Leringrad Leningrad stopped him.him.
** Then in the prequel we learn that Putin has been giving food to Leningrad, helping him to quickly grow from tadpole to a young adult.


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* SingleMindedTwins: Kirenenko and Killnenko. But they are not IdenticalTwins -- their fur colour differs a bit.
3rd Dec '16 2:09:42 AM Xtifr
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Usavich (from ''Usagi'', Japanese for rabbit, and ''-vich'', which is faux Russian) is a short CG-animated comedy that airs on MTV Japan. Briefly, Usavich is about two [[FunnyAnimal anthropomorphic rabbit]] fugitives. The first is Putin, a carefree and happy-go-lucky rabbit who always follows orders, dances a lot, is very skilled with repairing things, and panics quite often. The second is Kirenenko, an apathetic and ultra-strong rabbit who cares only about reading his shoe catalog or cleaning his shoes, and is oblivious to the fact that he lives in jail.

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Usavich ''Usavich'' (from ''Usagi'', Japanese for rabbit, and ''-vich'', which is faux Russian) is a short CG-animated comedy that airs on MTV Japan. Briefly, Usavich is about two [[FunnyAnimal anthropomorphic rabbit]] fugitives. The first is Putin, a carefree and happy-go-lucky rabbit who always follows orders, dances a lot, is very skilled with repairing things, and panics quite often. The second is Kirenenko, an apathetic and ultra-strong rabbit who cares only about reading his shoe catalog or cleaning his shoes, and is oblivious to the fact that he lives in jail.
5th Aug '16 9:23:55 AM longWriter
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* DoAnythingRobot: The premise of Season 4. Putin gives Mechanenko several different upgrades to do just about anything. Except he's not very good at it or [[StopHelpingMe he's intrusive to the others about helping]].

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* DoAnythingRobot: The premise of Season 4. Putin gives Mechanenko several different upgrades to do just about anything. Except he's not very good at it or [[StopHelpingMe [[UnwantedAssistance he's intrusive to the others about helping]].
18th Sep '15 12:48:43 PM Willbyr
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1st Aug '15 6:09:43 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: The car Putin and Kirenenko travel in has the license plate, [[MobileSuitGundam UC 0079]]

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* ShoutOut: The car Putin and Kirenenko travel in has the license plate, [[MobileSuitGundam [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam UC 0079]]
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