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Is it Yume ni Ēru! Patishiēru?
Is it Ichigo no Mirakurūru?
Yes more or less in training,No,No
Hint: Warning! This series may rot your teeth.
edited 25th Jan '11 8:36:18 PM by Spirit
Does the protagonist work on TV?
You mean work on tvs? Or does the protagonist have a job?
edited 25th Jan '11 8:23:55 PM by Spirit
Is this an opening song?
Does said anime have multiple seasons?
EDIT: Eh, nevermind.
edited 25th Jan '11 8:36:10 PM by Anarchy
Edit: Very well.
edited 25th Jan '11 8:37:03 PM by Spirit
Is it Sugar Baby Love?
That was faster than I thought. Congrats Dorkus!
Did it first come out after 2000?
EDIT: Just take this as a question for the next round.
edited 25th Jan '11 8:41:14 PM by ShayGuy
You got it
Hint: Just so you aren't lost, this song has been dubbed into English
This did come out after 2000.
edited 25th Jan '11 8:45:23 PM by Dorkus
Is it from one of the Big Three?!?
No. And I want my Running Gag back
edited 25th Jan '11 8:48:04 PM by Dorkus
Is it God Knows?
Is it the Pokemon theme song?
No & no
Be careful what you wish for...
Has the english version been used as the OP?
Is the reference to a clever inside hint, like my "In Real Life!" reference?!?
Does the dubbing suck?
edited 26th Jan '11 7:44:57 AM by TheyCallMeTomu
Tomu: No. I just want to use God Knows... again
And YMMY, but in my opinion no.
edited 25th Jan '11 8:53:39 PM by Dorkus
Is it "White Night-True Light"?
Is it the ED?
No, and by extrapolation is the OP
And Tomu in reference to the Running Gag, there is some Fridge Logic that can make it so it is a reference. I just didn't think of it that way at the time I posted the answer.
edited 25th Jan '11 9:06:56 PM by Dorkus
So it's a english dubbed version of the OP that hasn't been used...
edited 25th Jan '11 9:49:23 PM by Spirit
Yeah, the english version of the song wasn't used as the OP.
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