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31st Oct '15 7:31:18 PM Willbyr
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25th Aug '13 5:24:44 PM EarlOfSandvich
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* {{Crossover}}: With ''BakuryuuSentaiAbaranger'', of all things: During the time the short-lived anime adaptation was on TV, one [[MonsterOfTheWeek Trinoid]] kidnapped Hama-chan's son Koitarou in an episode of ''Abaranger''. Hama-chan even went from his anime world into the real world to help the Abarangers, using his fishing pole to rescue the victims who were transformed into olives. Yeah, one should apply the MST3KMantra.

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* {{Crossover}}: With ''BakuryuuSentaiAbaranger'', ''Series/BakuryuuSentaiAbaranger'', of all things: During the time the short-lived anime adaptation was on TV, one [[MonsterOfTheWeek Trinoid]] kidnapped Hama-chan's son Koitarou in an episode of ''Abaranger''. Hama-chan even went from his anime world into the real world to help the Abarangers, using his fishing pole to rescue the victims who were transformed into olives. Yeah, one should apply the MST3KMantra.
22nd Mar '12 7:56:28 AM markovich
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* BenevolentBoss: Su-san. {{Foil}} for Sasaki.
22nd Mar '12 7:51:20 AM markovich
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* {{Salaryman}}: Hama-chan, and he seems to be thinking about fishing all the times, even at work.
5th Jan '12 2:31:50 PM Gweskoyen
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* CrossOver: With ''BakuryuuSentaiAbaranger'', of all things: During the time the short-lived anime adaptation was on TV, one [[MonsterOfTheWeek Trinoid]] kidnapped Hama-chan's son Koitarou in an episode of ''Abaranger''. Hama-chan even went from his anime world into the real world to help the Abarangers, using his fishing pole to rescue the victims who were transformed into olives. Yeah, one should apply the MST3KMantra.

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* CrossOver: {{Crossover}}: With ''BakuryuuSentaiAbaranger'', of all things: During the time the short-lived anime adaptation was on TV, one [[MonsterOfTheWeek Trinoid]] kidnapped Hama-chan's son Koitarou in an episode of ''Abaranger''. Hama-chan even went from his anime world into the real world to help the Abarangers, using his fishing pole to rescue the victims who were transformed into olives. Yeah, one should apply the MST3KMantra.
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