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School Rumble: Season 2, Pt. 1

4.0 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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Product Description

While there is a decided lack of rumble in School Rumble, there’s more hilarious humdingers than any single dinger can hum… Look that one up! And while there is a truck full of pigs, a giraffe, flying saucers and crazy dream sequences, none of that’s even close to what this show’s about. (Though I would probably watch that show, too!)

Here’s what you need to know: Sophomore cutie Tenma is completely crushed on classmate Karasuma past the point of freakin’ out. Tough guy Harima, with his own delinquent style of freak, has a long-standing crush on Tenma… And Karasuma? Can you say clueless? He’s pretty much all about the curry. Mmm… Curry!

School Rumble - The absolutely funniest show you’ll ever see that’s not about anything that rumbles… Ever!

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School Rumble Second Semester (School Rumble Nigakki, 2006) picks up exactly where the first season left off, with Harima just back from his adventures at sea and the cultural festival due to start at Yagami High. The characters remain as clueless as ever, and the comic situations escalate. Class 2-C debates whether they should put on a play or run a coffee house for the festival until the two sides decide to face off in a survival game that parodies war movies. Hanai, who wants a "maid" coffee shop, drills his troops to the chant, "I don't care what you assume/ I like a girl in a neat costume," while Yoshida and his friends complicate the battle by campaigning for a sexy sumo wrestling show. Amid the chaos of curry-eating contests, romantic miscues, and pointless challenges, the girls put together a creditable basketball team, Harima wins an honorable mention in the manga "New Faces" contest and everyone manages to pass their exams. The send-ups of other anime and Western films grow more outrageous with each episode. When Harima suffers a spell of artistic self-doubt, Yakumo appears to him as a caricature of "manga god" Osamu Tezuka, complete with beret; Hanai's foraging trip during a picnic becomes a parody of Hayao Miyazaki's Princess Mononoke; and Tenma's favorite TV shows morphs into a samurai period piece for the gang, with Harima in the Toshiro Mifune/mystery swordsman role. Fans of the initial School Rumble will be delighted to find the freewheeling nuttiness they love continues unabated. (Rated TV PG: suitable for ages 12 and older: comic violence, risqué and religious humor, nudity, alcohol and tobacco use) --Charles Solomon

(1. Scramble Reloaded! Superstar Request! Scandalous Restart! 2. Strategy, Battlefield, Friends, 3. Beautiful Beast vs. Beautiful Beast, God of War vs. God of Warfare, Teacher vs. Student, 4. Wild Ideas about the Play! Wild Ideas at the Bathhouse! Wild Ideas about Rice Balls! 5. Hostesses Are Culture! Comics Are Culture! Cake Is also Culture! 6. Sleeping Beast Kiss Impossible! Finale! 7. Fight, Hunter! Fight, Eater! Fight, Part-Time Worker! 8. Bam! Birth of a Girl's Basketball Team! Bam! If You Please! Swing Set of Tears! 9. Pass! Dribble! Shoot! 10. Hee! Hee Hee! Hee Hee Hee! 11. Napoleon, between Life and Death... Nishimoto, between Sex and Self-Control... Sara, between Saintliness and Self, 12. Perfect, Forbidden! Entery, Forbidden! Shorts, Forbidden! 13. When I Turned Around, There He Was, In Karasuma's Name. All Mysteries Revealed!) =


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Product Details

  • Actors: Luci Christian, Caitlin Glass
  • Format: NTSC, Color, Full Screen, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    Unrated
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: October 14, 2008
  • Run Time: 310 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001DN0URG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #242,559 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

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I had been searching for a good, funny anime since finishing Azumanga Daioh and this is it. You can read above for descriptions on the show, but, yes, it does start off where season one ended and is generally just as good as season one (a bit less humor and a bit more romance).
Be aware--this season is NOT the end of the series. There is a special that 'ends' the anime, but it has not been licensed for release in the US (there is a reason for this: it is absolutely horrible [it flash-backs to a ton of stuff that you never saw (they tried to cram a full season into an hour-long show... basically, it leaves you confused and makes you think you've missed about 10 episodes somewhere along the line...]).
The above does not make season one or season two any less enjoyable--they are perfect on their own or together and highly recommended for a good laugh. Just be prepared for the story to suddenly drop off at the end of the season (which is fine for a goofy show like this one!).
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This set continues off right where the previous season ended and takes off from there. From a fan's perspective, this show continues to entertain and cause a lot of laugh-out-loud moments. I think its not quite as entertaining as the previous season, and I am not entirely sure why. It may have something to do with the basketball story arc (yes, you heard me), or more about preparing for the festival (this set does include the "gun battle" arc as well, which gives the series a different feel for sure).

In the end, while it may not capture the greatness of the first season, it is still highly recommended to anyone who even slightly enjoyed the first season.
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This anime is one of my favorites - the humor is awesome in my opinion - though the second season is a little more "mature" (or perhaps immature?) than the first was.

Funimation did a good job with the dub IMO - and I'm slightly picky about voices.
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School Rumble Second Semester Part 1 is one the funniest series I have seen in a while since Lucky Star. The series plays on all the different various love triangles that we keep seeing in anime and kind of reminds us of all the different kinds of people that we see in school. People like the juvenile delinquent, the airhead, the spoiled rich kid, the timid shy kid, and every other kind of person you knew or saw when you went to high school. I would definitely recommend School Rumble as one the funniest anime series ever made.
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