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  • Accidental Innuendo:
    • Koneko-chan loves mochi ice cream so much, she makes suggestive noises as she chews and is left in a daze of pleasure after finishing.
    • If there are other people in the room, invite them over to watch with you. Otherwise they'll just hear Raku-chan talking and think you're watching Asian porn. This goes double for episode four.
  • Alternate Character Interpretation:
    • Koneko-chan doesn't have any involvement in Raku's romance, or even any other defining characteristics. At times it seems like she is aware of her true nature, horrified at the world and show in which she lives. Other times, it seems like she is high or intoxicated, supposedly to run away from the Awful Truth.
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    • Or, Raku could be mentally disabled, Koneko is friends with her out of sympathy (or legitimate friendship) and Hitoshi is being a dick and teasing her.
  • Bile Fascination
  • Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: The scene where Raku-chan's friends from college visit her absolutely comes out of nowhere, even by the show's standards.
  • Funny Moments:
    • Hitoshi singing Shakira's Hips Don't Lie. His Smug Snake voice is already hilarious in its own right, but that combined with near constant Corpsing, doing funny voices, and the song choice itself is comedy gold.
      • In addition to that, he kind of sounds drunk.
    • Everything about Vet-sama.
    • "There's freedom in this country. This is Americ-- ...Japan."
    • "So, is she a cock dog?"
  • Ensemble Dark Horse:
    • Squirrel-chan/Squeaker-chan.
    • The black cat that appears in the intro is also very well liked compared to the rest of the cast.
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    • Dolce-chan, because she didn't speak at all, and was a cut character.
    • Kidnapper-kun also has his fair share of fanart over on DeviantArt.
  • Fan Nickname: In Episode 6 of the "Let's Watch!" series by Failsafe Productions, the kidnapper is given the nickname Geoff. Judging by some of the comments posted on the Christmas Episode, it's starting to catch on.
  • Fanon:
    • Koneko having feelings for Raku is the most common.
    • Neither girls are really cat girls.
  • Fan-Preferred Couple: Raku/Koneko. Hitoshi/Geoff was the biggest FPC until it became canon in the finale.
  • Fetish Retardant: The Fan Disservice mentioned on the main page, as well as how Off-Model everything always is.
  • Fridge Horror:
    • Someone out there wanted this to exist so badly that they made it with the help of their friends.
    • Rabies is basically a universally fatal disease (with one known human survivor), and given that Raku-chan doesn't seem to have received post-exposure prophylaxis, she will probably die. Not that that's bad...
  • Fridge Brilliance: After Raku-chan's death, Bokutachi-San is seen acting cheerfull and happy, even taunting Hitoshi-San for killing her by breaking her heart. It seems pretty cruel until you remember Koneko and Raku previously foiled his attempts to molest Hitoshi. Of course he'd be happy to see one of them gone.
  • Memetic Mutation:
    • The terms "Downright sugoi" and "I am very arigatoful" are becoming fairly popular among fans.
    • Kidnapper-kun's actual name is Bokutachi-san, but in a reference to the Let's Watch!...
    • "Nya~ Rawr~"
  • Moe: The show is essentially a moe drama.
  • Narm: Yes. By the torukku load.
  • Nightmare Fuel:
    • Raku-chan's dream sequence at the start of Episode 10. The special effects, or the lack thereof, makes it more horrifying than it should be.
    • The ending song from the last chapternote  manages to be surprisingly sinister, disregard if this was the intention or not.
  • Romantic Plot Tumor: Raku-chan and Hitoshi's relationship.
    • Hitoshi-san's daydreaming and possible feelings for his kidnapper/attempted rapist seem to be shaping into this.
  • The Scrappy: Raku-chan, even when compared to the other characters, because of her horrifically high-pitched voice and whining.
  • Shocking Swerve: The show starts as a (really bad) Slice of Life Fanime, but over the course of the story, terrible things happen to Raku-chan, and they actually stick! This all culminates in the Grand Finale, where she outright DIES.
  • So Bad, It's Good: The series can be considered so bad that it's quite entertaining.
  • Special Effects Failure: The Windows Movie Maker text. Also when Raku-chan and Koneko-chan crash through a window to save Hitoshi-san.
  • Strangled by the Red String: Hitoshi-san and Raku-chan. The finale subverts this, however.
  • Tear Jerker:
    • Raku-chan's death's aftermath. Oh sure, her death in itself is hilariously narmy, but the reactions of the other characters, and especially the end theme are depressing as all hell.
    • Hell, Raku-chan's death was pretty tear jerking thanks to a combo of Animation Bump and Raku-chan's voice-acting during her final sayonara to Hitoshi and Koneko being done a LOT better in this scene.
    • From the word go, episode ten was a tearjerker. After only nine episodes, the fanime that has grown on you has come to a close. This is it, the last episode, the grand finale... Then the video starts and you find that the sugary and hopeful opening theme True Love has been replaced with the heart-rending love ballad Is This Love by Whitesnake...
  • Wangst: Raku-chan.


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