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''[=PaRappa=] the Rapper'' is a 2001-2002 anime based off the UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation}} game [[VideoGame/PaRappaTheRapper of the same name]]; it was meant as a tie-in for the second game in the series. The anime ran for a total of 30 episode (with the final 2 episodes being combined into a 1-hour special).

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''[=PaRappa=] the Rapper'' is a 2001-2002 anime based off the UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation}} game [[VideoGame/PaRappaTheRapper of the same name]]; it was meant as a tie-in for the second game in the series. The anime ran for a total of 30 episode episodes (with the final 2 episodes being combined into a 1-hour special).



* LovesMyAlterEgo: Paula falls in love with the deejay at Club Fun, unaware that it's actually [=PJ=]. She's scandalized shen she finds out they are one in the same, even though she could have asked almost anyone and they would have told her.

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* LovesMyAlterEgo: Paula falls in love with the deejay at Club Fun, unaware that it's actually [=PJ=]. She's scandalized shen when she finds out they are one in the same, even though she could have asked almost anyone and they would have told her.



* PutOnABus: If [[ExecutiveMeddling they]] had decided to let [[SpinOff Lammy]], [[KillerRabbit Ma-San]], or at least [[RichBitch Joe Chin]] appear in the anime, it might have lived to see [[NoExportForYou America.]]

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* PutOnABus: If [[ExecutiveMeddling they]] had decided to let [[SpinOff Lammy]], [[KillerRabbit Ma-San]], or at least [[RichBitch Joe Chin]] appear in the anime, it might have lived to see [[NoExportForYou America.]]]]
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''[=PaRappa=] the Rapper'' is a 2001-2002 anime based off the UsefulNotes/{{Playstation}} game [[VideoGame/PaRappaTheRapper of the same name]]; it was meant as a tie-in for the second game in the series. The anime ran for a total of 30 episode (with the final 2 episodes being combined into a 1-hour special).

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''[=PaRappa=] the Rapper'' is a 2001-2002 anime based off the UsefulNotes/{{Playstation}} UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation}} game [[VideoGame/PaRappaTheRapper of the same name]]; it was meant as a tie-in for the second game in the series. The anime ran for a total of 30 episode (with the final 2 episodes being combined into a 1-hour special).

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* MusicGenreDissonance: The anime is about a hip-hop loving FunnyAnimal dog, but the intro is funk.


''[=PaRappa=] the Rapper'' is a 2001-2002 anime based off the UsefulNotes/{{Playstation}} game [[VideoGame/PaRappaTheRapper of the same name]]; it was meant as a tie-in for the second game in the series. The anime ran for a total of 30 episode (with the final two episodes being combined into a 1-hour special).

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''[=PaRappa=] the Rapper'' is a 2001-2002 anime based off the UsefulNotes/{{Playstation}} game [[VideoGame/PaRappaTheRapper of the same name]]; it was meant as a tie-in for the second game in the series. The anime ran for a total of 30 episode (with the final two 2 episodes being combined into a 1-hour special).


* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: In episode 25, PJ gets infected by a virus that causes him to grow every time he eats, making him grow into a giant the size of a tree by the end of the episode.

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* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: AttackOfThe50FootWhatever:
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In episode 25, PJ gets infected by a virus that causes him to grow every time he eats, making him grow into a giant the size of a tree by the end of the episode.

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* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: In episode 25, PJ gets infected by a virus that causes him to grow every time he eats, making him grow into a giant the size of a tree by the end of the episode.
** In what's revealed to be Parappa's imagination, PJ walks through the city, taller than all of it, eating buildings. Parappa and his friends watch as PJ blasts off into space, somehow becoming big enough to start eating all the planets. Then the dream ends.


''Parappa the Rapper'' is a 2001-2002 anime based off the UsefulNotes/{{Playstation}} game [[VideoGame/ParappaTheRapper of the same name]]; it was meant as a tie-in for the second game in the series. The anime ran for a total of 30 episode (with the final two episodes being combined into a 1-hour special).

Parappa is an anthropomorphic teenage dog with a passion for hip-hop. He's in love with an anthropomorphic flower named Sunny Funny. Parappa also likes to spends his time with his friends PJ Berri and Katy Kat.

The anime is a SliceOfLife work that expands upon the games and features several original characters. It, however, de-emphasises the rapping; Parappa only raps once in the entire series.

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''Parappa ''[=PaRappa=] the Rapper'' is a 2001-2002 anime based off the UsefulNotes/{{Playstation}} game [[VideoGame/ParappaTheRapper [[VideoGame/PaRappaTheRapper of the same name]]; it was meant as a tie-in for the second game in the series. The anime ran for a total of 30 episode (with the final two episodes being combined into a 1-hour special).

Parappa [=PaRappa=] is an anthropomorphic teenage dog with a passion for hip-hop. He's in love with an anthropomorphic flower named Sunny Funny. Parappa [=PaRappa=] also likes to spends his time with his friends PJ Berri and Katy Kat.

The anime is a SliceOfLife work that expands upon the games and features several original characters. It, however, de-emphasises the rapping; Parappa [=PaRappa=] only raps once in the entire series.



* AlliterativeFamily: Parappa and Pinto are siblings whose names begin with "p".
* AnimatedAdaptation: The games gained an anime series that lasted for 30 episodes in 2001. [[InNameOnly It has nothing to do with rapping]], nor does it utilize the series' famous "paper-thin" appearance. [[PutOnABus Lammy and Ma-San are also absent.]]

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* AlliterativeFamily: Parappa [=PaRappa=] and Pinto are siblings whose names begin with "p".
* AnimatedAdaptation: ''[=PaRappa=] The games Rapper'' gained an anime series that lasted for 30 episodes in 2001. [[InNameOnly It has nothing to do with rapping]], nor does it utilize the series' famous "paper-thin" appearance. [[PutOnABus Lammy and Ma-San are also absent.]]



* CanonForeigner: The anime contains several original characters including Parappa's sister Pinto, Gaster, and Groober. Matt and Paula Fox, who are introduced in the first episode and quickly join the main fold of friends

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* CanonForeigner: The anime contains several original characters including Parappa's [=PaRappa=]'s sister Pinto, Gaster, and Groober. Matt and Paula Fox, who are introduced in the first episode and quickly join the main fold of friends



* InterspeciesRomance: Parappa, a dog, is in love with Sunny Funny, a flower.

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* InterspeciesRomance: Parappa, [=PaRappa=], a dog, is in love with Sunny Funny, a flower.


''Parappa the Rapper'' is a 2001-2002 anime based off the UsefulNotes/{{Playstation}} game [[VideoGame/ParappaTheRapper of the same name]]; it was meant as a tie-in for [[VideoGame/ParappaTheRapper2 the second game]] in the series. The anime ran for a total of 30 episode (with the final two episodes being combined into a 1-hour special).

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''Parappa the Rapper'' is a 2001-2002 anime based off the UsefulNotes/{{Playstation}} game [[VideoGame/ParappaTheRapper of the same name]]; it was meant as a tie-in for [[VideoGame/ParappaTheRapper2 the second game]] game in the series. The anime ran for a total of 30 episode (with the final two episodes being combined into a 1-hour special).



The anime is a SliceOfLife work that expands upon the games and features several original characters.

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The anime is a SliceOfLife work that expands upon the games and features several original characters. It, however, de-emphasises the rapping; Parappa only raps once in the entire series.


* IWasQuiteALooker: Katy's boring neighbor rambles on about this to whoever is willing to listen.

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* IWasQuiteALooker: Katy's boring neighbor rambles on about this to whoever is willing to listen. Nobody believes her until Katy finds some old posters in a decaying theater of her when she was a dancer.
* LovesMyAlterEgo: Paula falls in love with the deejay at Club Fun, unaware that it's actually [=PJ=]. She's scandalized shen she finds out they are one in the same, even though she could have asked almost anyone and they would have told her.
* MisterSeahorse: There was one episode where the characters {{mistaken|ForPregnant}}ly [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext believe]] that this happened to [=PaRappa=]. It's [[WidgetSeries that kind of show.]]
* PokeThePoodle: Gaster begins the series at least mildly criminal by stealing [=PaRappa=]'s bike and a box of garage sale money, but quickly devolves into criminal acts like tearing posters and ''picking coins up off of the ground.''
* PutOnABus: If [[ExecutiveMeddling they]] had decided to let [[SpinOff Lammy]], [[KillerRabbit Ma-San]], or at least [[RichBitch Joe Chin]] appear in the anime, it might have lived to see [[NoExportForYou America.]]


* AlliterativeFamily: Parappa and Pinto are siblings.

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* AlliterativeFamily: Parappa and Pinto are siblings.siblings whose names begin with "p".
* AnimatedAdaptation: The games gained an anime series that lasted for 30 episodes in 2001. [[InNameOnly It has nothing to do with rapping]], nor does it utilize the series' famous "paper-thin" appearance. [[PutOnABus Lammy and Ma-San are also absent.]]



* CanonForeigner: The anime contains several original characters including Parappa's sister Pinto, Gaster, Groober, and Paula Fox.
* InterspeciesRomance: Parappa, a dog, is in love with Sunny Funny, a flower.

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* CanonForeigner: The anime contains several original characters including Parappa's sister Pinto, Gaster, Groober, and Groober. Matt and Paula Fox.
Fox, who are introduced in the first episode and quickly join the main fold of friends
* ChristmasEpisode: "A Heart Is the Pass!" Also counts as a ''[[IncrediblyLamePun Heart]]''warming Moment.
* FantasticVoyagePlot: In one episode ("Did You Say You Didn't Sleep?!"), [=PaRappa=]'s friend PJ gets infected by a virus, which causes him to grow into [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever a giant]] every time he eats. This causes [=PaRappa=] and his friends to get absorbed into his body and get rid of the virus in order to turn him back to normal.
* InterspeciesRomance: Parappa, a dog, is in love with Sunny Funny, a flower.flower.
* IWasQuiteALooker: Katy's boring neighbor rambles on about this to whoever is willing to listen.

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''Parappa the Rapper'' is a 2001-2002 anime based off the UsefulNotes/{{Playstation}} game [[VideoGame/ParappaTheRapper of the same name]]; it was meant as a tie-in for [[VideoGame/ParappaTheRapper2 the second game]] in the series. The anime ran for a total of 30 episode (with the final two episodes being combined into a 1-hour special).

Parappa is an anthropomorphic teenage dog with a passion for hip-hop. He's in love with an anthropomorphic flower named Sunny Funny. Parappa also likes to spends his time with his friends PJ Berri and Katy Kat.

The anime is a SliceOfLife work that expands upon the games and features several original characters.
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* AlliterativeFamily: Parappa and Pinto are siblings.
* AudienceShift: The game is for all-ages but it was especially aimed at teenagers. Rodney Greenblat had wanted the anime to be aimed at teens but he was vetoed because Creator/{{Sony}} wanted a MerchandiseDriven anime aimed at children.
* CanonForeigner: The anime contains several original characters including Parappa's sister Pinto, Gaster, Groober, and Paula Fox.
* InterspeciesRomance: Parappa, a dog, is in love with Sunny Funny, a flower.

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