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Usagi battles her feelings for Mamorou, and the Negaverse does something, but really... who cares?
Renegado teams up with The Wire to try to make sense of Rob Schneider's latest terrible attempt at a sitcom. ¡Rob! (yes, it's written like that) is about an architect who marries into a tightly-knit Mexican-American family, and the worst part about it is they dragged Cheech Marin and Eugenio Derbez into this! That, and it's insufferably racist. So yeah, just like any other sitcom.
Ami struggles with her feelings of possessiveness, and a monster is abducting people for Kunzite's energy farm!
Usagi and Mamorou team up to retrieve Aino Minako's stolen jewels from an auction!
Alright boys, it's time to get a bit of dope and get fucked up tonight! Phil Buni celebrates the upcoming holiday of April 20 by reviewing stoner movies and shows, including the Canadian series Trailer Park Boys, which started off as a Cops-style mockumentary, but over its seven seasons became much more.
Finally, a Sailor Mercury episode! Ami's dedication to her friend is challenged, as Usagi is turning into a monster.
Phil Buni's March Medical Madness concludes later than expected (he was busy with Easter--hah!) with this brief rant on the hospital comedy/drama Scrubs.
More turtle shenanigans lead to Usagi and Mamorou teaming up to help an amnesiac find his lost identity.
Usagi helps Aino Minako escape from her manager and her fans, and then big things happen.
Usagi goes all Belieber on everybody when her favorite pop idol Aino Minako (better known to us as Sailor Venus) ends up in the hospital, and she sneaks into see her.
Phil Buni follows up his look at the first season of House with this look at the show's final (and worst) season. And remember: It's never lupus.
Usagi runs away from home and learns the true value of non-dead moms. Zoisite unleashes his terrifying plan to destroy all princesses, but luckily, Usagi is able to cure Kate Middleton of morning sickness. But then Queen Beryl shows up to reveal a (not very) epic plot point.
The Horror Guru lists his favorite episodes from the Kripke era (AKA the first five seasons) of CW's Supernatural, the long-running show about two brothers who hunt demons, ghosts, and monsters.
As part of his special March Medical Madness, Phil looks at the first season of the hit FOX show House! Make sure to tune in next time, when House gets condemned in Phil's review of season 8.
Tuxedo Mask intentionally causes a media frenzy to help him find the Mystical Silver Crystal.
Usagi enters a horse mascot costume contest, while Rei and Makoto refuse to get along until Rei gets kidnapped, sort of.
Usagi discovers the identity of Tuxedo Mask! ...Sort of. Also, turtles.
It's a very special Doctor Who year, with his fiftieth anniversary right around the corner! So in the interest of giving him a little extra attention this year, Sofie reviews one of the more recent episodes of the new Doctor Who: "Asylum of the Daleks", the first episode of season seven, and the episode that introduces the new companion and re-introduces the Daleks.
There's a new girl in town, and she's here to kick ass: Sailor Jupiter appears!
In this episode of the live-action Sailor Moon, Ami starts to worry she's going to lose her friends, we get a slumber party, and the Negaverse does... something.