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Tokyo Encounter Hosts
Tropes associated with both hosts:
- Boke and Tsukkomi Routine: For most of the time, Sugita is the boke and Nakamura is the tsukkomi.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: After a tie, Sugita and Nakamura totally destroy Koshimizu and Sanpei during their second match in Halo: Reach.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: Both are best friends for many years, as you can see on this show. Haruka Tomatsu mistook the studio for being their house. And Mizuki jokes about the two of them being in love with each other, even saying that Sugita always talks about Nakamura when the three of them go to dinner. Sugita however doesn't like the joke. When the three of them play KuriKuri Mix, Nakamura and Sugita are a much better team than any team with only one of them and Mizuki.
- We also learn that they first met each other during their work in Dennou Boukenki Webdiver back in 2001, where both of them played a Humongous Mecha. Since both were the same age, they started to talk with each other... and the rest is history.
- Large Ham: Both of them can be very hammy.
- Last-Name Basis: Despite being best friends for years, they address each other by their last names.
- Power Trio:
- Sugita, Nakamura and the guest of the respective episodes.
- Sugita, Nakamura and Kondo the Narrator are the Seiyuus who appear in every episode.
- Senpai Kohai: The senpais to Kaji, Yuuki, Eguchi, Uesaka, Okamoto and Komatsu. And the kohais to Sakurai, Okiayu, Mizuki and Horie.
- Serious Business: They play games seriously, whether it's against men, women or children.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: They argue often, but they are best friends no less.
- "What'd you mean 'what the heck?!' What do you think it was?! I don't know how to be a tsukkomi to that 'damnit, what the heck?!'"
One of the two hosts of Tokyo Encounter, and the one who has more common sense. Though, he can be snarky and a bit rough, he's actually a friendly man. Nakamura is always the first player of this show.
- In episode 1, he and Sugita indirectly mention his role as Ayahito Kounosu in Tokyo Monoharashi: Karasunomori Gakuen Kitan.
- In episode 3, Sugita tells Nakamura he should remember how he voiced Dinosaur Ryuuzaki from Yu-Gi-Oh! and Souji Okita from Shura no Toki, so Nakamura can play Love Plus + properly.
- In episode 15, he and Sugita indirectly mention his role as Akira Kaburagi Regendorf from Dance in the Vampire Bund.
- Tomoya Okazaki from CLANNAD is indirectly mentioned by Sugita in episode 9. In episode 23, Sugita mentions it explicitely, though.
- His role as Fei-Long in Street Fighter IV is mentioned several times.
- In episode 24, he indirectly mentions his role as Phlaiz in Summon Night 3. It was a difficult role for him back then.
- He mentions Griffion from Dennou Boukenki Webdiver in Die... Tokyo Encounter. His roles as Hazama and Yuuki Terumi from BlazBlue: Alter Memory are also indirectly mentioned by Sugita.
- In episode 63, Hazama is directly mentioned by Nakamura and Sugita.
- In episode 26, his role as Kevin Washington from Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is indirectly mentioned by him and Sugita.
- Near the end of 30-sho Gaiden, Nakamura and Miyano mention that they are regulars with Kuwashima in the same shows. In Nakamura's case, it's probably World Trigger where he plays Yuuichi Jin.
- Also near the end of 30-sho Gaiden, it's written in Miyano's chronology that he co-starred with Nakamura in Mobile Suit Gundam 00. Nakamura played Graham Aker in Gundam 00.
- His role as Grizzly from Shirokuma Cafe is mentioned in episode 31.
- Sugita indirectly mentions Nakamura's role as Kyosuke Kousaka from Ore Imo in episode 35. Later 48-sho Gaiden, this role is mentioned again; while the name still isn't explicitely mentioned, it's way less subtle than before.
- He indirectly mentions his roles as Gray Fullbuster and Rikio Kamamoto when he mentions Fairy Tail and K at the beginning of episode 39.
- He indirectly mentions his role as Karamatsu when he mentions Osomatsu-san in episode 40.
- In episode 52, he indirectly mentions his role as Sōshi Miketsukami from Inu × Boku SS.
Tropes associated with Yuuichi Nakamura:
- The Ace: Nakamura has more points than Sugita in the box corner games and he seems to be the overall better player of the two. This, however, becomes less apparent as the shows goes on.
- Badass Beard: He's always wearing a beard and he's a good player.
- Buxom Is Better: Nakamura likes breasts, as demonstrated at the end of the first episode, and later mentioned again by Sugita.
- Casting Gag: In-Universe examples:
- When they play Street Fighter II: The New Challengers in episode 30, he picks Fei-Long, the character he voices in Street Fighter IV.
- When they play Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax in episode 35, he picks Kirino from Ore Imo, the titular little sister of his character, while picking his other character, Tatsuya Shiba, from The Irregular at Magic High School as an assist character.
- Cool Big Bro: How Kaji views him.
- Deadpan Snarker: He snarks a lot.
- Does Not Like Spam: He can't take spicy foods as shown when he ate a spicy curry after one bite. Sugita meanwhile considers it lukewarm.
- Epic Fail: In episode 58 when they play LocoRoco, Nakamura seemingly arrives in a dead end. Then he restarts the level, but Ono takes over. Ono arrives at the same dead end as Nakamura did... but then Ono discovers that the "dead end" is actually the goal.
- Face of a Thug: How he's described by Kaji. He looks like who wants to kill you despite he's just eating strawberry ice cream, but he's really a nice guy.
- First-Name Basis: Is called "Yuuichi-san" by Nishiyama.
- Fanboy: Of Mamiko Noto as seen in episode 19.
- Nothing Is Scarier: In episode 41, before he, Sugita and Shimono play Siren: New Translation, Nakamura suddenly goes quiet in the middle of his sentence, scaring Sugita and Shimono a little bit.
- One of Us: He's fan of Saint Seiya. In episode 17, he even brings one of his Saint Seiya DVD boxes and a bonus from the limited edition.
- Say My Name: In episode 35, when he loses with Kirino in Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax, he yells her name like he used to for the recording of the series. And later in 48-sho Gaiden, he and Taketatsu discuss exactly about his "KIRINO!" moments.
- Sore Loser: In episode 6, when they play Savage Reign and Kaji beats him in two matches, the frustrated Nakamura turns the Neo-Geo off. Ironic, considering he had stopped Sugita from turning off the console after he won in a match of Ryuuko no Ken 2.
- Spam Attack:
- Notably when he and Ono play The King of Fighters '94, where Nakamura ends up spamming projectile attacks to protect his characters (Terry Bogart and Joe Higashi) who have very little health left.
- When he and Sugita play Ninja Master's - Hao Ninpo Cho during the Box Corner of episode 59, and when Nakamura is left unable to to retrieve Karasu's katana, his desperate strategy is to spam crows at his opponent.
- Straight Man: Nakamura is this to Sugita and has more common sense than him.
- Support Party Member: In episode 42, when he, Sugita and Shimono play Trine: The Lost Relic, Nakamura plays Amadeus the Magnificient, a mage with no offensive power whose only role is to help their party pass through obstacles by creating platforms and moving objects with telekinesis. He averts it later in episode 59, when they play Trine 2 and he and Sugita swap their previous classes with each other, with Nakamura playing the thief and Sugita playing the mage.
- True Companions: At the end of episode 63, when they play Friday the 13th: The Game, Nakamura manages to get access to the car. Instead of just driving off, he goes to pick up Sugita and they escape from the camp together.
- Vocal Evolution: When Summon Night 3 got a remake, Nakamura had to do supplementary lines. Because it had been 9 years since the original game came out, Nakamura says that he was unable to replicate his original voice.
- In episode 1, he mentions his role as Giou Onimaru in Tokyo Monoharashi: Karasunomori Gakuen Kitan.
- In episode 6, his role as Tocho from Miracle Train is mentioned by him and Kaji.
- Gintoki Sakata from Gintama, mentioned in episode 15 and indirectly in episode 16.
- In episode 16, Hidenori from Daily Lives of High School Boys is indirectly mentioned when Sugita tells a little story about Yuuki and Akira Ishida.
- In episode 17, he indirectly mentions his role as Hajime Kanzaki from Beelzebub, a series where he got to co-star with all four members of Sphere.
- In episode 18, Sugita mentions that he voiced a minor character called Ken Masato in a drama CD of Amagami.
- In episode 19 and 26, Sugita and Nakamura mention his role as Kazuhira Miller from the Metal Gear franchise.
- In episode 23, Nakamura mentions that Sugita is in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: The Animation (Joseph Joestar).
- In episode 24, he indirectly mentions his role as Gibson Giral from Summon Night 1.
- He mentions Gladion from Dennou Boukenki Webdiver and indirectly Ragna the Bloodedge from BlazBlue: Alter Memory in Die... Tokyo Encounter.
- In episode 26, he mentions his role as Otton in Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates.
- Near the end of 30-sho Gaiden, it's written in Miyano's chronology that he co-starred with Sugita in Dragonaut: The Resonance. Sugita played Howlingstar in Dragonaut.
- In episode 31, when Sugita tells Uesaka that the Tales Series has usually a Sixth Ranger Traitor joining the party, Nakamura comments that he's basically describing his own character; Alvin from Tales of Xillia.
- In episode 39, his role as Reisi Munakata is indirectly mentioned by Nakamura when the latter mentions K, a series where both of them and Horie star in together.
- In episode 52, Nakamura indirectly mentions his role as Kagerō Shōkiini from Inu × Boku SS.
- In episode 65, he indirectly mentions his role as Marlo Freudenberg from Attack on Titan.
Tropes associated with Tomokazu Sugita:
- Adorkable: Sugita always acts awkward whenever a female guest appears. He either makes too many dirty jokes or too many compliments.
- Badass Baritone: He has a natural deep voice. Sometimes, he voices characters during the show with really deep voices. His Norio Wakamoto impression is the most notable example.
- Casting Gag:
- Cloudcuckoolander: He can be this, sometimes.
- Cool Mask: His Mr. Karate tengu mask.
- Double Entendre: Some of his dirty jokes are this.
- Of Houko Kuwashima, who is mentioned very often in this show. He has been a fan of her since his high school days despite being only into 2D girls and it's comparable to an idol crush.
- Also to Norio Wakamoto.
- When they play Dragon Ball Fighter Z in episode 57, Sugita naturally picks Kuwashima and Wakamoto's respective characters, Artificial Human No. 21 and Cell.
- To a lesser degree, Saori Hayami, too.
- His favorite character from Quiz Magic Academy is Rukia, a character played by Kuwashima.
- His favorite heroine from Amagami is Kaoru Tanamachi, as revealed in episode 18.
- His favorite character from Yu Yu Hakusho is the younger Toguro, as revealed in episode 7.
- His favorite girl from Ore Imo is Ayase Aragaki, as mentioned in episode 35 and later in 48-sho Gaiden. He doesn't earn any points by Taketatsu with her, though.
- Hypocritical Humor: In episode 12, when they play Bomberman 94 and Sanpei kills an egg so nobody can't get it, we get this:Sugita: "How cruel! You took an innocent life... you should go die!"
Nakamura: "'You took a life, go die'; that makes no sense. It's like 'you're the one saying it!'"
- Lovable Sex Maniac:Shimono: "This kid here, seriously. He's kinda obsessed with dirty jokes, isn't he?"
Nakamura: "There've been more and more since the show started."
Shimono: "Ah, really?"
Nakamura: "But the most was when the female guests came."
Nakamura: "I say dirty jokes, but it was really sexual harassment."
- Nice Guy: According to Kaji, Sugita is "hyper yasashii" ("hyper friendly").
- One of Us: Sugita is a fan of many video games, visual novels, anime and manga series.
- Otaku: Not only is Sugita very good in recognizing voices of Seiyuus and is able to relate them with their respective works, he has also a wide knowledge of anime, manga, visual novels, video games, etc.
- Say My Name: When Sugita sees a dog, he calls it Naoji, Nakamura says.
- Spam Attack: In episode 58, when they play The King of Fighters '94, Sugita keeps spamming Brian Battler's Brian Tornado; the main reason being how ridiculous and hilarious it looks.
- Super Drowning Skills: In episode 6, it is said that Sugita almost drowned in the ocean a long time ago. Since he can't swim, you could just put him in the ocean if you want to kill him, he says.
- Unusual Euphemism: When playing with Artificial Human No. 21 (voiced by his beloved Houko Kuwashima), Sugita wants to offer her his ""umaibo". No.21 is an extreme Sweet Tooth, so it could double as a Double Entendre if the euphemism wasn't that obvious.
The narrator of the show, who is played by Takashi Kondo. Before a new game or quest starts, the narrator introduces and explains the game or the quest rules. He also shows up during the game when the shows skips some parts of the games.
Tropes associated with the Narrator:
- Deadpan Snarker: During the introduction of Dokodemo Issho Let's Gakkou in episode 19:"Today, we're playing with the save data that Sugita brought in."
(deadpan) "I have a bad feeling about this..."
- In-Series Nickname: He is also called "Kon-chan" in this show.
- Large Ham: Like most narrators of Japanese shows, Kondo plays a hammy narrator.
- Lemony Narrator: Kondo narrates the show with a high-pitched hammy voice for most of the time, but he changes the mood of his voice to fit the atmosphere of the games. In episode 3, Sugita jokes that he and Nakamura should give their game characters difficult names, so Kondo would have a hard time to pronounce the names, but Sugita apologizes several times to Kondo after Nakamura really added the names "Yododono" and "Nenedono". Though, Kondo has no problems with pronunciating the names (this happens again in episode 22).
- One Steve Limit: Subverted. Mizuki's real last name is Kondo, but since she appears with her Stage Name, there is no confusion.
- The Unseen: Kondo does not make any personal appearances in the show, but his name is always credited on-screen.
Guests introduced in Season 1
- "Wait a minute, please. I'm your first guest, aren't I? I'm feeling a little bit slighted, here..."
The very first guest of Tokyo Encounter, who appears in episodes 5 and 6 (November 2010).
- In episode 6, his role as Shiodome from Miracle Train is mentioned by him and Sugita.
- In episode 35, his roles as Subaru Hasegawa from RO-KYU-BU! and Haru from Accel World are indirectly mentioned by Okamoto.
Tropes associated with Yuuki Kaji:
- Badass Adorable: Kaji acts adorable for a guy. And he defeats Nakamura (and Sugita) in Savage Reign twice. And he's not even very familiar with fighting games.
- Handicapped Badass: When playing Savage Reign, Nakamura and Sugita play on one control as a handicap because Kaji often doesn't play fighting games. When he beats them, Nakamura tells Sugita to play with Kaji, so Kaji has the handicap. Kaji wins again.
- Large Ham: He can be pretty loud. Nakamura brings that up even two years later when Eguchi appears.
- One Steve Limit: With Aoi Yuuki. Thanks to Last-Name Basis, there is little to no confusion.
- Senpai Kohai: The kohai to Sugita and Nakamura.
- "Hi, I'm the 'Seiyuu World SOLDIER First Class', Sakurai Takahiro."
A veteran seiyuu, who appears in episodes 7 and 8 (February 2011). He is also the first guest who appears in Tokyo Encounter Nii (episodes 27 and 28 — the third and fourth episode of Nii — August 2014).
- Neither the three of them nor the show hide that he voices Cloud Strife from Final Fantasy VII.
Tropes associated with Takahiro Sakurai:
- Badass Baritone: He has the second best Norio Wakamoto impression of the three.
- The Bus Came Back: He returns in episodes 27 and 28, the third and fourth episode of Nii.
- Call-Back: Yes, they did the Wakamoto impersonation again in episode 28, albeit very briefly.
- It Makes Sense in Context: When the three play Ryuuko no Ken, Nakamura mentions that he, Sugita and Kaji played three-legged matches before and he and Sugita lost to Kaji. He tells Sugita to team up with Sakurai this time. Of course, Sakurai is confused.Sakurai: "You guys are just moving on like I know what you're talking about."
Nakamura: "It's always like that."
- Megane: One of two guests who wears glasses and he looks good with them, too.
- Senpai Kohai: The senpai to Sugita and Nakamura. Agency-wise, he's the senpai to Eguchi and Nishimaya.
Another veteran seiyuu, who appears in episodes 9 and 10 (May 2011). Sugita and Nakamura made chart about his life and career.
- Okiayu voiced two characters in Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer: Kyosuke Shigure and Fudomaru. Fudomaru is only indirectly mentioned.
- They semi-celibrate his lead role in Toriko.
- Sugita repeatedly mentions Marmalade Boy in episode 9, referencing Okiayu's role as Yuu Matsuura.
- Hisashi Mitsui from Slam Dunk is mentioned in episode 9.
- Meisuke Nueno from Hell Teacher Nube; he even does the voice.
- The God of Eros Daigoro from 30-sai no Hoken Taiiku, a show where he co-stars with Shimono.
- In episode 10, his role as Krelian from Xenogears is mentioned by him and Nakamura.
Tropes associated with Ryotaro Okiayu:
- Casting Gag: He chooses Kyosuke when playing Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer. He even says that he and Hikaru Midorikawa used to choose their characters every time.
- The Hyena: He has a loud, high-pitched laugh.
- In-Series Nickname: "Okki-san".
- Real Men Wear Pink: He wears a pink T-shirt during the show.
- Senpai Kohai: The senpai to Sugita and Nakamura and the oldest so far.
- "We're Plafini."
The first female guests and the first guests who have appeared as a pair. They call themselves as the unit "Plafini" and make their appearance in episodes 11 and 12 (August 2011). Sanpei is the second player and Koshimizu is the third player. They are also the only female guest who have appeared before Christmas until the appearance of Mikako Komatsu.
- Koshimizu's role as Kallen Stadtfeld/Kozuki from Code Geass is indirectly brought up by Sugita whenever he mentions Kallen's Guren MK-II.
- Sugita calls Mai Shiranui "Koshimizu" in episode 24.
Tropes associated with Yuko Sanpei and Ami Koshimizu:
- Affectionate Nickname: Koshimizu calls Sanpei "Yuyu". If not, she calls her either Yuko or Sanpei then.
- Big Eater: They eat much more than other guests.
- Boke and Tsukkomi Routine: Koshimizu is the boke and Sanpei is the tsukkomi. Though, they don't do this much as the hosts.
- Brutal Honesty: Koshimizu, when Nakamura complains about the two of them wasting so much time on the opening talk in Episode 11.Nakamura: "You took a really long time fiddling with your presents."Koshimizu: (stuffing her face with snacks) "No way! Doesn't everyone?"Nakamura: "No... no one's really talked to us for that long..."Koshimizu: "That's not it! Maybe everyone just hates you?"Nakamura: "OI!"
- Casting Gag: Sugita frequently mentions Koshimizu's Guren MK-II.
- Chekhov's Gunman: In episode 9, Sugita is upset that AT-X censors his dirty jokes, but they air an anime where the main character gets stronger by sucking breasts (it's Seikon no Qwasar). Sanpei, who plays the said main character, appears in episode 11 and 12.
- Contralto of Danger: Sanpei's natural voice is much lower than Koshimizu's, who has a rather high-pitched voice despite her recent contralto roles.
- Gamer Chick: Both of them.
- Genki Girl: Koshimizu and Sanpei appear as ones of the more energetic guests.
- Long Bus Trip: Nakamura and Sugita mention that Koshimizu tells them that she wants to come back everytime she meets one of them.
- My Friends... and Zoidberg: Whenever one of them is mentioned, it's always Koshimizu. Whenever both of them are mentioned, it's mostly Koshimizu to be mentioned by name. Sanpei's name has been only mentioned once since their visit.
- Sexy Packaging: Koshimizu wears a shirt that has (as she says herself) a "Dutch Wife" on it. Nakamura points it out, but doesn't want to say what it is.
- Those Two Girls: They first guests who do not appear alone. Unlike with Yuuki and Taketatsu, Yuuki has appeared alone before.
The guest of episodes 13 and 14 (November 2011) who later returns in episodes 41 and 42 (episodes 17 and 18 of Nii; May 2016). He's notable for being the same age as Nakamura and Sugita (and Mizuki), being born in 1980 like them.
- His role as Hayao Imagawa from 30-sai no Hoken Taiiku is mentioned by Okiayu.
- In epiosde 18, his role as Shinta Mizumara from Holy Knight was indirectly mentioned by Nakamura and Sugita.
- In episode 46, they actually show the manual of Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories where he's listed as Taro's seiyuu.
Tropes associated with Hiro Shimono:
- The Alcoholic: According to Nakamura, he drinks a lot.
- The Bus Came Back: He returns in episodes 41 and 42, the 17th and 18th episode of Nii, being the second guest from the first season to return, after Sakurai.
- Chekhov's Gunman: In episode 9, Okiayu mentions that he himself stars in 30-sai no Hoken Taiiku, where Shimono is the main character. Shimono appears four episodes later.
- The Hyena: He laughs a lot and loudly.
- I Am Not Left-Handed: Sugita describes him as guy who fits the role of a hero who pretends to be useless and holds back his real power.
- In-Series Nickname: Shimo-chan.
- The Load: In episode 42, the on-screen footage of them playing Trine: The Lost Relic shows Shimono constantly dying whenever they are trying to pass through obstacles. Despite his character being the knight and the strongest member of their party, Shimono never gets to fight an enemy. With Nakamura's mage being helpless and with no offensive power, and Sugita's thief having lower strength, it is Sugita who has to defeat the enemies all the time (and Nakamura's mage has to create platforms to jump and land on).
- Nightmare Fetishist: He is a fan of horror games.
- Pigeonholed Voice Actor: In-Universe example. Shimono mostly plays virgins, to the point that he's called "Forever-Virgin-Boy Seiyuu".
- Senpai Kohai: Technically the kohai to Nakamura and Sugita, who started one to two years earlier than Shimono, although they don't act as such, since all three of them are the same age. Company-wise, Shimono used to be Taketatsu's senpai at the time of episodes 13 and 14, but since then she has changed agencies twice.
- "We can all wear these bear ears [jerseys] and be a big, fluffy family—"
A kohai who makes her appearance in episodes 15 and 16 (February 2012).note She will reappear in episodes 47 and 48 (episodes 23 and 24 of Nii, February 2017)note , along with her petit milady partner Ayana Taketatsu, where Yuuki is the third player. They also appear in a special episode as a follow-up, 48-sho Gaiden (March 2017).
- In episode 15, Nakamura and Sugita indirectly mention her role as Mina Tepes in Dance in the Vampire Bund.
- In episode 16, she and Sugita indrectly mention her role as Ringo-chan in Daily Lives of High School Boys.
Tropes associated with Aoi Yuuki:
- Armor-Piercing Slap: She slaps Sugita when he requests it. Before that, he begged her to punch him in his face.
- Badass Adorable: She does not lose to Sugita and Nakamura in Sonic Adventure 2 and she's on the top during the Mario Party 8 game for the majority of time. And then we have Left For Dead.
- The Bus Came Back: She's the third guest to return, but this time, she's not alone.
- First-Name Basis: She and Taketatsu call each other by their given names.
- Gamer Chick: She's not a bad player. Her first game is Pokémon Green, and she defeats Sugita and Nakamura in Sonic Adventure 2.
- The Hyena: Loses her shit after putting the guys in fluffy bear-eared jackets and seeing their less than amused expressions.
- Genki Girl: She's one of the most energetic guests.
- Iconic Outfit: The fluffy bear ears jerseys she brings for everyone whenever she appears.
- Motor Mouth: She occassional speaks very quickly. Mostly she's repeating the same words.
- One Steve Limit: With Yuuki Kaji. Thanks to Last-Name Basis, there is little to no confusion.
- Senpai Kohai: The kohai to Sugita and Nakamura. Despite being younger than her unit partner Taketatsu, Yuuki is her senpai and started her seiyuu carreer four years earlier than her.
- Stage Name: Her real name is Aoi Yabusaki.
- Strong Family Resemblance: Downplayed, but she claims that her father has close-cropped hair, is a macho, and has dark colored skin, yet he has the same face as her.
- Token Mini-Moe: She's the second youngest (born March 1992) and the shortest (145cm) guest and acts very cute. She's 19 when the episodes were recorded and she was still 19 when said episodes were aired three months later, being the only guest who was not an adult by Japanese laws.
- "It's gonna asplode!"note
Another kohai, who makes his appearance in episodes 21 and 22 (November 2012), the first guest after four episodes without any guest.
Tropes associated with Takuya Eguchi:
- Actually Pretty Funny: Initially, Nakamura mocks at him that Eguchi mispronounce "explode" as "asplode" (see Verbal Tic below), but then he admits it is actually pretty hilarious.
- Chekhov's Gunman: At the end of episode 19, Sugita and Nakamura mention that he should be the next guest.
- In-Series Nickname: Egu.
- Large Ham: Nakamura even brings up which of them is louder, Eguchi or Kaji.
- Long Bus Trip: As of episode 50, where he and Koutarou Nishiyama are mentioned as potential future guests. Given that his last appearance was episode 22, it's quite a long time since then.
- Megane: One of two guests who wears glasses.
- Phrase Catcher: Due to him being very loud when he is excited:Nakamura: "SHUT UP!"
- Senpai Kohai: The kohai to Sugita and Nakamura. Agency-wise, he's the kohai to Sakurai and the senpai to Nishiyama.
- Verbal Tic: Invoked. When he accidently says "bakuhatsu suryu" (translated as "asplode") instead "bakuhatsu suru" ("explode"), Nakamura mocks him for mispronouncing it. Then they intentionally use the "-ryu" as a Verbal Tic, as well as mispronouncing other words.
- "Well, actually 'Tokyo Encounter' was written in my schedule... It was put there about five days ahead of time. And I thought 'Eh?! What's is this?!'"
The last guest of the first season, who appears in the two last episodes 23 and 24 (February 2013).note She's notoriously known for her popularity and massive music career and is considered to be "guest who is normally impossible to get".
- Her ETERNAL BLAZE shows up twice in this show. Her innocent starter and TESTAMENT also show up.
- In episode 24, Sugita indirectly mentions her role as Tina from Toriko, and he even tells her that he ate some of her Toriko donburi during the Jump Festa 2013.note
- It is really embarrassing for her to listen to her recordings of her debut character Chisato Kadokura from NOEL: La Neige.
- In 30-sho Gaiden, Miyano mentioned that he and Mizuki were in the same studio around the time of Dragonaut: The Resonance. Both of them were in that anime and Mizuki played Sieglinde Baumgard.
Tropes associated with Nana Mizuki:
- Brick Joke: In episode 55, when Sugita, Nakamura and Hosoya play Dead Island: Riptide, they constantly talk about her, since Mizuki played the original game with the two hosts.
- Gamer Chick: She's interested in games since she's a child. Although, she currently has barely time to play video games during her free time.
- Genki Girl: She's very energetic and has apparently a strong grip.
- Genre Savvy: After hearing the title of the "cute" game, she immediately knows that's a zombie game."It's not cute at all! It has "Dead" written there!"
- Girlish Pigtails: What she is wearing during her appearance in episodes 23 and 24.
- Japanese Pop Music: She is a very successful J-Pop singer and she the most successful one among Seiyuus. Sugita and Nakamura make some jokes about how successful she is in comparison to them. Sugita even brings up her ROCKBOUND NEIGHBORS album during episode 25, which embarrasses her.
- Kneel Before Nana Mizuki: When she enters the scene, Sugita quickly steps aside, turns to face her, and bows very low. Afterwards, he stayed over an arm's length away until the next cut.
- Married to the Job: Despite appearing in this show is part of her job, she is so busy that it was really difficult for the staff to even invite her. Sugita and Nakamura even had to adjust their schedules to match hers — Sugita just came from Jump Festa 2013 to record these two episodes. Five years later, Hosoya is surprised to learn that she was in the show.
- One Steve Limit: Subverted. Her real last name is Kondo like the narrator's, but since Mizuki appears with her Stage Name, there is no confusion.
- Senpai Kohai: Despite being the same age as Sugita and Nakamura, Mizuki debuted a few years before them, making her their senpai. Especially to Nakamura since they are in the same agency (Sigma Seven).
- Shipper on Deck: She jokes about Sugita and Nakamura being in love with each other. Sugita does not approve that.
- Sound Track Dissonance: After completing a quest in Dead Island, the quest giver starts to burn infected bodies. Then this discussion happens:Sugita: "What's the perfect Mizuki song for this moment?"Nakamura: "Is there one?"Mizuki: "There is none!"Nakamura: "Is there a perfect Mizuki song to play when burning corpses?"Sugita: *deadpan* "ETERNAL BLAZE."
- Stage Name: Her real name is Nana Kondo.
- Think Nothing of It: Sugita and especially Nakamura tease her for being a popular and successful person, while Mizuki is rather embarrassed by her own success.
Guests introduced in Season 2 (Nii)
The guest of episodes 29, and 30 (November 2014) of Tokyo Encounter (episodes 5 and 6 of Nii). He also appeared in a special episode, 30-sho Gaiden (December 2014), being the first guest to appear in three episodes in a row.
- Near after the beginning of 30-sho Gaiden, he mentions that he acted in Tokusou Exceedraft. He played the child version of Bunzo Yazaki who would later grow up as Red Space Man.
- As mentioned in 30-sho Gaiden, he debuted with Satomi Arai in Caitlin's Way, where he played the Deuteragonist Griffen Lowe, although he didn't mention the name of his role, just that he's Caitlin's partner.
- Riku from Kingdom Hearts is indirectly mentioned in 30-sho Gaiden.
- Also mentioned in 30-sho Gaiden, he played another Deuteragonist, Akira from the anime Shin Megami Tensei DevilChildren: Light & Dark. Miyano called him "Dark", though.
- His first lead role was Kiba from Wolf's Rain, as mentioned in 30-sho Gaiden.
- Near the end of 30-sho Gaiden, Nakamura and Miyano mention that they are regulars with Kuwashima in the same shows. In Miyano's case, it's probably Cross Ange where he plays Tusk.
- Also near the end of 30-sho Gaiden, it's written in his chronology that he co-starred with Nakamura in Mobile Suit Gundam 00 and with Sugita in Dragonaut: The Resonance. He played Setsuna F. Seiei in Gundam 00 and Ashim Jamal in Dragonaut.
- He indirectly mentions his role as Hakugen Rikuson in Koutetsu Sangokushi near the end of 30-sho Gaiden.
Tropes associated with Mamoru Miyano:
- Achievements in Ignorance: In the can crushing mini-game of Tantoaru, he doesn't realize that he was winning the mini game as he thought he was the player at the top right corner instead of the bottom left.
- Actor Allusion: In-Universe. While playing as Mathilda from Anarchy Reigns, he screams "Trans-AM!" before unleashing a Ground Pound move.
- Adorkable: When it came to Street Fighter II, he acts like a little kid in his amazement at special moves, particularly the Spinning Piledriver.
- Affectionate Nickname: He has been called "Mi-chan" by Satomi Arai since they debuted together.
- Artistic License Statistics: Somehow manages to count more than 20 boxes when there are only 20 choices on the screen. Nakamura calls him out on this.
- Chekhov's Gunman: At the very start of Nii, Sugita and Nakamura joked about their new studio being Miyano's house, though they blow off the joke later on. They do the same joke again when he actually appears. After going along with the joke, at the very end of episode 30, he says it's not his house, though.
- Child Actor: It's mentioned early in 30-sho Gaiden that he acted in Tokusou Exceedraft, a live-action Tokusatsu show that from February 1992 to January 1993. Miyano played the child version of the character Bunzo Yazaki in episode 7.
- Childhood Friend: It's revealed that he knew Miyu Irino in the 90s, even before Kingdom Hearts, but he neglected to write it in his chronology.
- Fanboy: In high school, he was a fan of the idol Ami Suzuki. He says that it was the around the time he started getting feelings for girls, and for the first time he bought CDs with his own money. He also bought Monster Rancher because Suzuki collaborated on the commercial.
- Funny Bruce Lee Noises: He makes some of them when Nakamura fights with Fei-Long against Sugita's Zangief.
- Gratuitous English: When playing as the commentator during the Mach Breakers: Numan Athletics 2 game, he reads the English terms outloud.
- The Hyena: Probably the biggest provider of the show.
- In-Series Nickname: Moma, Mamo-chan.
- Japanese Pop Music: Similar like Mizuki, Miyano is also a successful seiyuu musician. His single BREAK IT! is even promoted by Nakamura and Sugita.
- Kiai: When they play Mach Breakers: Numan Athletics 2, Miyano immitates Zetchou's screams again and again:"IIIIIIYAAAAH!!!"
- Large Ham: In a show with a lot of these guys, even Nakamura thinks that Miyano is the hammiest guest they've ever had.
- Long Bus Trip: Like Koshimizu, he insists to become a regular guest, but he hasn't reappeared since Gaiden yet.
- "When [Pokémon Red] came out, I was in kindergarden."
A kohai and the first female guest in Nii, appearing in episodes 31 and 32 (episodes 7 and 8 of Nii; February 2015).
Tropes associated with Sumire Uesaka:
- The Alcoholic: We don't know how much she actually drinks alcohol, but she does drink, unlike our two hosts. Sugita and Nakamura (after asking Hiroki Yasumoto for recommendations) give her several bottles of alcoholic drinks as birthday and Christmas presents during episode 31, and she is fairly knowledgable about the presents.
- Foil: She can be seen as one to Yuuki. Both are very young seiyuus who were born in the early 90's (Uesaka is only three months older than Yuuki), but Yuuki is a Genki Girl, while Uesaka is one of the quietest guests, if not the quietest. Yuuki was rather treated as a child (especially since she wasn't in her legal age when she visited the show), while Uesaka is treated as an adult and she's even given a lot of alcohol as presents.
- Gamer Chick: She's been playing games since being in kindergarden.
- Phrase Catcher: Much to her embarrassment (and Yasumoto's annoyance):Sugita (imitating Yasumoto's voice): "Uesaka-san is cute!"
- Precision F-Strike: In episode 31, when they play The Outfoxies, she suddenly starts to repeat the word "kuso" (Japanese for "damn", "shit", etc.) over and over again. Nakamura even comments on that.Nakamura: "Uesaka-san, that's some pretty strong language, are you o—" (burst into laughter)
- Senpai Kohai: The kohai to Sugita and Nakamura.
- Zettai Ryouiki: She wears Grade B.
A kohai and the guest of episodes 35 and 36 (episodes 11 and 12 of Nii; August 2015).
- His role as Mitsuo from Daily Lives of High School Boys was indirectly mentioned by Yuuki in episode 16.
- He indirectly mentions his role as Accelrator from A Certain Magical Index in episode 35.
Tropes associated with Nobuhiko Okamoto:
- Button Mashing: When he and Nakamura play Street Fighter II Turbo, Okamoto keeps mashing the punch button to perform a continuous Hyakuretsu Harite with E. Honda against Nakamura's Ken Masters during the first and third round to win the match. It's unfair since E. Honda keeps moving forward while doing said move.
- Casting Gag: When he plays Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax in episode 35, he chooses Accelerator from A Certain Magical Index as an assist character.
- Chekhov's Gunman: He was mentioned a few times in season 1, and he eventually appears in Nii.
- Freeze-Frame Bonus: In episode 35, when he plays with Shizuo in Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax, Okamoto attempts to use his assist character Accelerator, but the latter gets cancelled in the middle of the assist and shows up for only a split second. It's easy to miss, but Okamato doesn't."I was there for a split-second."
- In-Series Nickname:
- Nobu-kun or Nobu.
- Shikorin as said by Sugita, however, Okamoto stops him from mentioning this nickname.
- To know the story about Okamoto's embarrassing nickname, here.
- Innocent Innuendo: When he chooses Tomoka Minato from RO-KYU-BU! in Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax, Okamoto quotes Subaru Hasegawa's infamous line (see above), causing Sugita to think about him being a paedophile. note
- Lovable Sex Maniac:
- Mistaken for Pedophile: In episode 35, the quote above causes Sugita to (not seriously, though) think that Okamoto is a paedophile, but it's actually just a quote of RO-KYU-BU's Supporting Protagonist (who in the show itself is also constantly mistaken for a paedophile).
- Senpai Kohai: The kohai to Sugita and Nakamura.
A veteran seiyuu and the guest of episodes 37 and 38 (episodes 13 and 14 of Nii; November 2015) who then later appears in episode 53 and 54 (episode 29 and 30 of Nii; November 2017), but along with fellow guest Nishiyama, marking it the first time two male guests have appeared. In his reappearance, he's the third player and they get to celebrate his, Nishiyama's and Sugita's birthday (October 11).
- Shinpachi from Gintama was mentioned back in episode 15. Happens indirectly again when he shows up.
Tropes associated with Daisuke Sakaguchi:
- Chekhov's Gunman: He was originally indirectly mentioned back then in episode 15. He finally shows up in episode 37.
- The Bus Came Back: He comes back in 53 and 54, marking it the first time someone from Nii has returned.
- First-Name Basis: Sugita calls him "Daisuke-san" from time to time, but he also calls him "Sakaguchi-san".
- Home Run Hitter: In an actual baseball game, though. Every time he actually hits the ball, it's a home run.
- The Hyena: Similar like Shimono, Sakaguchi laughs hard and loudly, and that happens kind of often.
- Senpai Kohai: The senpai to Sugita and Nakamura.
- "[I want to] chill out for three days, go to the sale for one day, then chill out for three more days."
A veteran seiyuu who still gets a lot of jobs even to this date. She is the guest of episodes 39 and 40 (episodes 15 and 16 of Nii; February 2016).note
- Her roles as Carla and Anna Kushina are indirectly mentioned when Nakamura is mentioning his colloborations with her in Fairy Tail and K.
Tropes associated with Yui Horie:
- Hair Decoration: Wears a flower hair clip on the left side of her hair.
- Gamer Chick: "More or less", she says.
- Girlish Pigtails: Fitting for someone who claims to be 17 years old.
- In-Series Nickname: Hocchan.
- Lazy Bum: As you can see on her quote above, that's what she wants to do in her winter holidays.
- The Load: When they play Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, she spends most of the time repeatedly dying while not contributing anything major to the team.
- Never My Fault: When she drops a bomb in Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris that hits all three of them, Nakamura wonders who dropped it. Horie jokingly points at Sugita who plays along with her.
- Nice Girl: She is the nicest and most kind guest so far and she does not tease the two hosts like most other guests. Sugita can't help but keep saying how nice she is.
- Offscreen Moment of Awesome: When they play Fujiko F Fujio Characters Dai-Shūgō! SF Dotabata Party!!, the footage shows Horie that she's not doing well during the various games at all, while Nakamura is shown doing it pretty well (but not as well as Sugita). However, Horie reaches second place for some reason, while Nakamura reaches the last place and his score is way behind hers and the COM's.
- Senpai Kohai: The senpai to Sugita and Nakamura.
- What Beautiful Eyes!: The two hosts keep mentioning how expressive her eyes are.
- Yamato Nadeshiko: She acts very polite and feminine and is very nice. She always covers her mouth whenever she's laughing.
The first female guest who appears outside of an Christmas Episode since Koshimizu and Sanpei. She is the guest of episodes 43 and 44 (episodes 19 and 20 of Nii; August 2016note ).
Tropes associated with Mikako Komatsu:
- And Your Reward Is Edible: After clearing the Retro Challenge Encounter, where she has to beat the first level of 5 out of 10 Famicom games within 30 minutes, her reward is a tablet of ebi sushi. And she can't handle the wasabi, unfortunately for her.
- Gamer Chick: Like the other female guests, she plays in her freetime. She also does well in most games.
- In-Series Nickname: Is called "Mikakoshi-san" by them.
- It Makes Sense in Context: The quote above turned into a punchline during their play of Fat Princess Adventures, and Sugita decided it becoming the title of the episode (43). Nakamura notes that people wouldn't know what that means when they first read it.
- Japanese Pop Music: Like with Mizuki and Miyano before, they promote Komatsu's single Imagine day, Imagine life!.
- Senpai Kohai: The kohai to Sugita and Nakamura.
A female kohai who appears alongside with her petit milady partner Aoi Yuuki in episode 47 and 48 (episode 23 and 24 of Nii; February 2017), while the latter makes a return to this show after her first visit since five years. They also appear in a special episode as a follow-up, 48-sho Gaiden (March 2017). She's the second player in these episodes, with Yuuki being the third player.
- Both, Kirino Kousaka from Ore Imo and Hotaru Shidare from Dagashi Kashi, are presented in 48-sho Gaiden.
Tropes associated with Ayana Taketatsu:
- Berserk Button: A mild one, but when Sugita nonchalantly says that he prefers Ayase, Taketatsu reacts very vocally. See her quote above.
- Chekhov's Gunman: Her name mentioned was a lot in episode 13, to the point that Sugita suggested that he had to write an apology letter to her agency.
- First-Name Basis: She and Yuuki call each other by their given names.
- Punny Name: Back in episode 13, Sugita used her name Taketatsu for the word "takeyari" ("bamboo spear") whenever a bamboo spear appeared in Ikki. Hence why he suggested to write an apology letter to her agency at the end of the episode.
- Senpai Kohai: The kohai to Sugita and Nakamura. Company-wise, she used to be Shimono's kohai at the time of episode 13-14, but since then she has changed agencies twice. She is also a kohai to her unit partner Yuuki, despite Taketatsu being older than her, Yuuki started her seiyuu carreer four years earlier than Taketatsu.
- Say My Name: In episode 13, Nakamura shouts her name at the very beginning for no apparent reason. Then later in the same episode, Sugita uses her name as a replacement for "takeyari" ("bamboo spear") and says it over and over again.
- She's Got Legs: Thanks to her shorts, her legs are very prominent.
- Who Wears Short Shorts?: She does in this show.
- "We are Sphere!"
- In episode 17, Sugita mentions that he appeared with all Sphere members in Beelzebub, but he doesn't specify their roles. Tomatsu voiced Yuka Hanazawa and Toyosaki voiced Aoi Kunieda.
- In episode 52, Toyosaki mentions her role as Chino Kotomura from Inu × Boku SS.
Tropes associated with Haruka Tomatsu and Aki Toyosaki:
- Affectionate Nickname: Toyosaki calls Tomatsu "Haru-chan" and the absent Ayahi Takagaki "Aya-pyon".
- Chekhov's Gunman: Sphere is frequently mentioned throughout the show, and two of them finally make their appearance.
- It's heavily implied in episode 3 that the Gamer Chick, who is a Virtual-ON Fangirl, Nakamura and Sugita are talking about is Toyosaki.
- Sugita mentions in episode 5 that his description of the show scared Toyosaki off. 12 episodes later he tells Nakamura that she would come, though.
- Tomatsu was mentioned as one of the potential guests at some point. In episode 10, it's mentioned that she mistook the studio of Tokyo Encounter for Sugita and Nakamura's house.
- Cute Little Fangs: Toyosaki has one of those as a trademark.
- Fangirl: One of the most consistent things talked about Toyosaki is her love for the 'Xbox and Virtual-ON''.
- Gamer Chick: In episode 17 and in episode 37, it's mentioned that Toyosaki loves games and the Xbox.Sugita (quoting Toyosaki): "I love the Xbox, and my favorite game on it is Virtual-ON."
- Genki Girl: Both qualify, but Tomatsu tops every female guest by a milestone.
- I Don't Know Mortal Kombat: Tomatsu keeps getting lower scores than Toyosaki in Dance Dance Revolution despite the latter being known as the least talented dancer of the band in real life.
- In-Series Nickname: Tomatsu is called "Toma-chan" by Sugita and Nakamura.
- Senpai Kohai: They are the kohais to Sugita and Nakamura.
- Those Two Girls: Another pair of seiyuu girls who appear as a duo. Or half of a quartet.
A rookie seiyuu who makes his appearance in episodes 53 and 54 (episodes 29 and 30 of Nii; November 2017), along with the returning Sakaguchi, marking it the first time the two male guests have appeared. He's the second player in these episodes and they get celebrate his, Sakaguchi's and Sugita's birthday (October 11).
- Chekhov's Gunman: He was first mentioned in episode 50; he and Eguchi were speculated future guests.
- First-Name Basis: His nickname is based on his first name. He also calls Nakamura "Yuuichi-san".
- In-Series Nickname: He is called "Kou-chan" by Nakamura and Sugita.
- Last-Name Basis: Only Sakaguchi calls him by his last name during their guest appearance.
- Megane: Another good looking man who wears glasses.
- Nice Hat: He wears a hat all the time.
- Senpai Kohai: The kohai to Sugita and Nakamura as well as the second youngest male guest to appear. Agency-wise, he's the kohai to Sakurai and Eguchi as well.
A kohai who makes his appearance in episodes 55 and 56 (episodes 31 and 32 of Nii; February 2018).
A popular seiyuu who debuted around the same time as Nakamura and Sugita. He's the guest of episodes 57 and 58 (episodes 33 and 34 of Nii; June 2018), celebrating his birthday (May 4).
- In episode 57, El Fuerte from Street Fighter IV is mentioned by him and Sugita.
- In episode 58, Nameless from The King of Fighters 2002 is mentioned by him, Sugita and Nakamura.
- One Steve Limit: Sugita jokingly introduces him as Yuki Ono.
- Pun: Because he's (a) free(lancer), he picks Freeza in Dragon Ball Fighter Z.
- Spam Attack: He defeats Nakamura in Dragon Ball Fighter Z by spamming Black Kamehamehas at the end. Although Nakamura's trying to do the same thing with Pure Boo's transformation beam.
- "Hmpf, how boring. I don't know who the opponent is."
A veteran and a friend of Okiayu since the 90's. Midorikawa appears in episodes 59 and 60 (episodes 35 and 36 of Nii; October 2018). He's apparently near-sighted.
- In episode 9, Nakamura picks Midorikawa's character Hellstinger in Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer. Okiayu also mentions that Midorikawa would frequently pick his own character.
- Also in episode 9, his role as Kaede Rukawa from Slam Dunk is indirectly mentioned by Sugita and Okiayu.
- In episode 10, his role as Fei Fong Wong from Xenogears is mentioned by Nakamura. In addition to that, Heero Yuy from Gundam Wing and Artificial Human No. 16 from Dragon Ball are indirectly mentioned by Sugita.
- In episode 24, his role as Nesty Bask from Summon Night 2 was indirectly mentioned by Nakamura and Sugita.
- In episode 59, he picks the character he voiced in The Fallen Angels, Cool. Even though Midorikawa can't really remember that he was in this game, he still provides/reads Cool's victory quote after defeating Sugita.
- Blind Without 'Em: He's always leaning towards the screen to see anything, since he's not wearing glasses.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Okiayu. Midorikawa taught him how to play Super Robot Wars, and even after the final recording session of Slam Dunk, the two of them continued to play in the arcades whereas everyone else from the cast moved on.
- Senpai Kohai: A senpai to Sugita and Nakamura. Sugita mentions in episode 24 that he once had to play Midorikawa's senpai in Summon Night 2.
- Uke: Not long after his entrance, he provides an uke voice when his character gets beaten up.
- "Ah...The 20-year old Nee-san."
A kohai who makes his appearance in episodes 61 and 62 (episodes 37 and 38 of Nii; February 2019). He and older sister Maaya Uchida are well known for their close relationship.
- Big Sister Worship: Like outside of the show, Uchida does it here, too. He even remembers how old his sister was when she recorded for Gal*Gun.
- Chekhov's Gunman: At the end of episode 49, he was mentioned as a potential guest and he would have liked to bring his sister with him.
- Does This Remind You of Anything?: Due to the way he was holding the Playstation Move controller (mainly thanks to where the PS camera was positioned and the cast sitting down), he looks like he's having A Date with Rosie Palms while playing Gal*Gun. It doesn't help that they went with Kaoruko Sakurazaki's route who is voiced by his older sister.
- First-Name Basis: He's generally referred to as "Yuuma-kun" because his older sister is also a seiyuu.
- One Steve Limit: Sugita jokingly introduces him as "Maaya Uchida", his older sister.
- Senpai Kohai: Another kohai to Sugita and Nakamura. He's also the youngest male guest to date, the same age as Yuuki, but he's also half a year younger than her.
Iguchi: "Well, 30 times."
Hikasa: "Well then, I think of Sugita 30 times too."
A pair of seiyuus who make their first appearance in episodes 63 and 64 (episodes 39 and 40 of Nii, June 2019).
- In episode 52, Nakamura indirectly mentions Hikasa's roles as Nobara Yukinokōji from Inu × Boku SS and Saki Nagatsuka from RO-KYU-BU!.
- Fangirl: Of Nakamura. Outside of show, Iguchi is already known for that, but in this show specifically, she mentions that she thinks of Nakamura 30 times a day.Nakamura: "30 times? That's more than once an hour."
- Senpai Kohai: They are kohais to Sugita and Nakamura.
- Those Two Guys: They are third pair of seiyuus who make their first guest appearance as a duo.
The guest of episode 65 and 66 (episodes 41 and 42 of Nii; September 2019).
- In episode 65, right at the beginning, his role as Harry Potter is mentioned by Sugita and Nakamura.
- In episode 65, Sugita indirectly mentions Kensho's role as Floch Förster from Attack on Titan.