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Baby, please kill me. It’s Choochagatari, and we’re talking about the comedy-yuriesque anime Kill Me Baby. Listen for a feel good discussion on Sonya being mean, ninjas needing to poo-poo too, and how sometimes a smaller budget is good, actually. Plus, we check in on Sarazanmai, Pokemon, Hitoribocchi, and other shows from this season! Rose beats up nerds, Trixie buys a great shirt, and John accepts his punishment.
The intro song is “Kill Me, Baby!”, the opening to the anime of the same name. The ending is “Futari no Kimochi no Honto no Himitsu” which is the ending theme of Kill Me Baby.
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John Michonski is Video Game Choo Choo's Editor in Chief. He's a fun man who likes to do good.