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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]]]]
18th Dec '16 5:15:55 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 singing and a [[J-Pop [[J Pop JapanesePopMusic]] group, but DontExplainTheJoke quickly kicks in...[[/note]]]]
18th Dec '16 5:15:30 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 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 singing and a JapanesePopMusic [[J-Pop JapanesePopMusic]] group, but DontExplainTheJoke quickly kicks in...[[/note]]]]
18th Dec '16 5:14:49 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.[[/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 singing and a JapanesePopMusic group, but DontExplainTheJoke quickly kicks in...[[/note]]]]
27th Oct '16 12:25:43 PM MajinAkuma
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** Uryuu and Pesche did this when they were forced to team up. Pesche is [[RuleOfFunny acting stupid on purpose, though]].
** Less explicitly, there's also Hitsugaya to Matsumoto, Soi Fon to Omaeda, Ichigo to Kon (with Rukia), to his Dad (with Karin), to Keigo, to Urahara, and to Nel, Hiyori to Shinji & vice versa, Nanao to Kyouraku, Maki-Maki to Yachiru, etc., etc. With so many characters, it's no surprise there's a lot ''manzai'' duos in ''Bleach''.

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** Uryuu Ishida and Pesche did this when they were forced to team up. Pesche is [[RuleOfFunny acting stupid on purpose, though]].
** Less explicitly, there's also Hitsugaya to Matsumoto, Soi Fon Sui-Feng to Omaeda, Ichigo to Kon (with Rukia), to his Dad (with Karin), to Keigo, to Urahara, and to Nel, Hiyori to Shinji & vice versa, Nanao to Kyouraku, Maki-Maki to Yachiru, etc., etc. With so many characters, it's no surprise there's a lot ''manzai'' duos in ''Bleach''.



* Goku and Krillen unintentionally do manzai for a crowd in ''Dragon Ball'', much to the latter's embarrassment.

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* Goku and Krillen Kuririn unintentionally do manzai for a crowd in ''Dragon Ball'', ''Manga/DragonBall'', much to the latter's embarrassment.embarrassment. About three decades later, Vegeta would later become Goku's tsukkomi in ''Anime/DragonBallSuper''.
26th Oct '16 6:20:32 AM Dark_Lord_
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* Yuto and Deneb do this in ''Series/KamenRiderDenO'', though Deneb is more naive than stupid, and Yuto, as a JerkAss, tends to overreact badly.

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* ''Franchise/KamenRider'':
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Yuto and Deneb do this in ''Series/KamenRiderDenO'', though Deneb is more naive than stupid, and Yuto, as a JerkAss, tends to overreact badly.



* In ''Series/SamuraiSentaiShinkenger'', Ryuunosuke and Genta's interaction borders on this. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] when they actually do a manzai routine to amuse the others at New Year.

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* ''Franchise/SuperSentai''
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In ''Series/SamuraiSentaiShinkenger'', Ryuunosuke and Genta's interaction borders on this. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] when they actually do a manzai routine to amuse the others at New Year.Year.
** In one episode of ''Series/TensouSentaiGoseiger'' Hyde and Gosei Knight used such an act to cause the MonsterOfTheWeek to laugh, which causes his powers to turn against him. Their biggest problem is that both of these characters lack a sense of humor.
25th Oct '16 2:02:33 PM WillKeaton
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* The [[TransPacificEquivalent Japanese version]] of ''Series/SesameStreet'' has two Muppets like these.

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* The [[TransPacificEquivalent Japanese version]] version of ''Series/SesameStreet'' has two Muppets like these.this.



* Takeshi and his advisor Ishikura from Series/TakeshisCastle would often partake in these a Boke and Tsukkomi routine. Elements of this were retained when the show was turned into the gag dub ''Series/MostExtremeEliminationChallenge''.

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* Takeshi and his advisor Ishikura from Series/TakeshisCastle would often partake in these a Boke boke and Tsukkomi tsukkomi routine. Elements of this were retained when the show was turned into the gag dub ''Series/MostExtremeEliminationChallenge''.
25th Oct '16 1:57:26 PM WillKeaton
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* The Autobacs M-1 Grand Prix is an annual manzai ''tournament'', sponsored by Yoshimoto Kogyo (the largest ''jimusho'' (artist management company in Japan) and broadcast on Asahi TV. Many of the most prominent Japanese comedians of the last ten years came into the public's eye through their appearances in the competition.

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* The Autobacs M-1 Grand Prix is an annual manzai ''tournament'', sponsored by Yoshimoto Kogyo (the largest ''jimusho'' (artist management company company) in Japan) and broadcast on Asahi TV. Many of the most prominent Japanese comedians of the last ten years came into the public's eye through their appearances in the competition.


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* Takeshi and his advisor Ishikura from Series/TakeshisCastle would often partake in these a Boke and Tsukkomi routine. Elements of this were retained when the show was turned into the gag dub ''Series/MostExtremeEliminationChallenge''.
12th Sep '16 6:29:52 AM kefkakrazy
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* This is a good part of ''Manga/OnePiece'''s humor. A character will say or do something completely absurd and act like it's no big deal, while someone else will flip out. A more literal example would be the interaction between ''Anime/OnePieceFilmStrongWorld's'' GodCreatedCanonForeigner villains Shiki and Dr. Indigo, who, apparently, have been doing it over 20 years ago.

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* This is a good part of ''Manga/OnePiece'''s humor. A character will say or do something completely absurd and act like it's no big deal, while someone else will flip out. About half the crew tends toward one side and the other half to the other, so even when the crew splits up, each subgroup will almost invariably contain characters with a tendency toward ''boke'' reactions and at least one ''tsukkomi''. A more literal example would be the interaction between ''Anime/OnePieceFilmStrongWorld's'' GodCreatedCanonForeigner villains Shiki and Dr. Indigo, who, apparently, have been doing it over 20 years ago.
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