Mamorou goes missing in London, and Usagi tries to find a way to get to the UK!
In this two-part series, Sofie takes a look at something that was a big part of her childhood. She’s not the only one, though. Her fellow reviewers Film Renegado, Solkir, and Mr. Mendo also have a thing or two to say about the original Pokémon series.
Makoto is the last to awaken of the Sailor Scouts, but her fear of dating is keeping her from leveling up!
Mio tricks Usagi into putting on a live concert. Little does she know the entertainment was never scheduled!
A new antagonist is brought into the story: Kuroki Mio.
In the near future, aliens and monsters threaten civilization, and the only one who can stop them is Science Patrol member Shin Hayata, who transforms into the super-powered giant from space Ultraman! Tom reviews the episode “Human Specimens 5 & 6”, where Ultraman’s sexually ambiguous enemy Dada comes to Earth in a body-hugging one piece to collect specimens for hir experiments.
Ami grapples with her terrible misdeeds as Dark Mercury.
Horribleness all around, as we’re introduced to a terrible new character, and Ami challenges Usagi to a fight.
Joey lists the five most disturbing, jacked up moments from The Ren & Stimpy Show! To find out what they are, watch the video, you eeediots!
Mamorou is leaving to study abroad in London, and this show takes a turn for the horrible.
The shocking conclusion to Act 24’s cliffhanger!!
Nycea is back! And the Negaverse goes after Mamorou.
Tom reviews the pilot of ABC’s relationship-oriented take on the Man of Steel, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, which, despite taking some liberties with the source material (Lex Luthor has hair?), turned out to be a moderately entertaining series.
Rei is forced to do a live concert, much to her horror.
Dark Mercury pursues Sailor Moon and the scouts, while they struggle to cope with the loss of their friend. …Also, Nycea is a big, whiny douche who wont stop interrupting me.
Ami is acting strangely after going missing.
Ami is taken prisoner by the Negaverse! Also, Usagi goes on a double date with Hikari, and it’s very uncomfortable.
It’s a special Valentines Day episode of Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon! Love drama abounds! Some bratty kid shows up! Tuxedo Mask might be a creepy pedophile! And they really should give the turtle guy his own spin-off, ’cause he holds this show together.
Rei and Minako are competing to see who’s better, and Makoto snoops into Mamorou’s love life. Monsters also happen.
After 4/20, Phil’s out of weed, and nothing makes him feel his sobriety more than when a teen musical soap opera decides to remind everyone of the worst tragedies in recent memory. It’s “Shooting Star”, the school shooting episode of Glee!