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21st May '17 7:29:30 AM eindyeun
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* ''Manga/Naruto'': Sakura, occasionally Sasuke, tends play the tsukkomi to Naruto's boke.

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* ''Manga/Naruto'': ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Sakura, occasionally Sasuke, tends play the tsukkomi to Naruto's boke.
21st May '17 7:25:58 AM eindyeun
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* ''Manga/Naruto'': Sakura, occasionally Sasuke, tends play the tsukkomi to Naruto's boke.
21st May '17 7:20:50 AM eindyeun
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* Occasionally happens in ''Manga/FairyTail''. Erza and Natsu tend to take the boke role while Gray or Lucy are the tsukkomi.

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* Occasionally happens in ''Manga/FairyTail''. Erza and Natsu tend to take the boke role while Gray Gray, Erza or Lucy are the tsukkomi.
12th May '17 10:37:46 PM JMQwilleran
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* Per WordOfGod, the main protagonists of ''VideoGame/WorldOfFinalFantasy'', Reynn and Lann, are specifically intended as this, with Lann as Boke and Reynn as Tsukkomi.
4th May '17 9:36:56 AM wentesur
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* At [[VideoGames/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsInTheSky Trails in the Sky The 3rd]]'s prologue, Kevin Graham and Dorothy's first meeting has this routine, the topic being Dorothy keep mistaking Kevin's first name for "Onion" and "Jasmine" to which he plays along at first before correcting her. The kicker is, Kevin has Kansai dialect in Japanese version.
12th Mar '17 12:41:49 PM nombretomado
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* In the Japanese [=PS3=] version of ''VideoGame/NiNoKuni'', fairy comedians Smiley and Surly are this kind of comedy duo. (In fact, ''all'' fairies seem to be Kansai-accented comedians to the point where their souls are literally ''made of comedy.'') In the dub, although there's still shades of their manzai roots (they still have an obvious StraightManAndWiseGuy dynamic, and they decide to act out a scene), it's been [[{{Woolseyism}} localized]] as a dry [[BritCom British comedy-style sketch]] in the vein of ''MontyPython''.

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* In the Japanese [=PS3=] version of ''VideoGame/NiNoKuni'', fairy comedians Smiley and Surly are this kind of comedy duo. (In fact, ''all'' fairies seem to be Kansai-accented comedians to the point where their souls are literally ''made of comedy.'') In the dub, although there's still shades of their manzai roots (they still have an obvious StraightManAndWiseGuy dynamic, and they decide to act out a scene), it's been [[{{Woolseyism}} localized]] as a dry [[BritCom British comedy-style sketch]] in the vein of ''MontyPython''.''Creator/MontyPython''.
12th Mar '17 6:05:51 AM secretfan14
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** {{Exaggerated|Trope}} in episode 17 of ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure''. The entire main cast signs up to act in the manzai contest with two tsukkomis and three bokes (one of them being TheComicallySerious to the point where she has NoSenseOfHumor) just acting their normal selves. '''Nothing''' goes AllAccordingToPlan between all the mistimed punchlines, so [[{{Dojikko}} Miyuki]] calls a timeout only to trip on her way off stage. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akm2PFAcH-0 Can be seen here, beginning at the 50-second mark]].

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** {{Exaggerated|Trope}} in episode 17 of ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure''. The entire main cast signs up to act in the manzai contest with two tsukkomis and three bokes (one of them being TheComicallySerious to the point where she has NoSenseOfHumor) just acting their normal selves. '''Nothing''' goes AllAccordingToPlan between all the mistimed punchlines, so [[{{Dojikko}} [[CuteClumsyGirl Miyuki]] calls a timeout only to trip on her way off stage. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akm2PFAcH-0 Can be seen here, beginning at the 50-second mark]].
24th Jan '17 8:08:56 PM Monolaf317
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* Happens quite often in Grisaia no Kajitsu. Usually, being the serious guy he is, Yuuji plays the tsukkomi, especially when talking to Makina or Michiru, though between his habit of interpreting situations as what they might have implied if he were at work, and his tendency to be a total smartass, he often plays boke as well.

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* Happens quite often in Grisaia ''Grisaia no Kajitsu.Kajitsu''. Usually, being the serious guy he is, Yuuji plays the tsukkomi, especially when talking to Makina or Michiru, though between his habit of interpreting situations as what they might have implied if he were at work, and his tendency to be a total smartass, he often plays boke as well.






28th Dec '16 12:42:04 PM hyphz
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* Jinnai Tomonori performs a variant of this where he takes the role of the Tsukkomi, and the Boke is a malfunctioning or bizarre game, device, or recording. Since this adds a visual side to the comedy, his routines are much easier to translate than many Manzai.
18th Dec '16 5:16:33 PM ArchTeryx
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[[caption-width-right:350:Now just do that with 50 different jokes and you got a {{Manzai}} act![[note]]Most Manzai isn't translatable into English because this is what you get. In this case, 'kobushi' is both a form of enka singing and a [[J Pop JapanesePopMusic]] group, but DontExplainTheJoke quickly kicks in...[[/note]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Now just do that with 50 different jokes and you got a {{Manzai}} act![[note]]Most Manzai isn't translatable into English because this is what you get. In this case, 'kobushi' is both a form of enka in Enka singing and a [[J Pop JapanesePopMusic]] JapanesePopMusic group, but DontExplainTheJoke quickly kicks in...[[/note]]]]
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