The top 2000s shows you don’t remember

In the order I thought of them. Also these shows are all terrible, so please don’t watch them, except for Magipoka which was brilliant.

1. Samurai Gun.
2. RGB Adventure.
3. Renkin San-kyuu Magical? Poka~n.
4. That one show that was like Mai-HIME, but all the characters were gay men named after rocks.
5. That Hercule Poirot anime where the main character was a girl with a pet duck.

I was going to put Fantastic Children and Project Blue Earth SOS in there, but you guys all watched those, right?

10 Responses to “The top 2000s shows you don’t remember”

  1. wah says:

    I wanted to watch Project Blue Earth SOS… but never did :x

  2. Miha says:

    Fantastic Children was… fantastic.

  3. usagijen says:

    >4. That one show that was like Mai-HIME, but all the characters were gay men named after rocks.
    lol what?! Now I’m curious to find out what series this is, and take a look at it for curiosity’s sake.

  4. astrange says:

    Turns out it was called Cluster Edge. I kept confusing it with Crystal Blaze, another show I don’t even remember.

  5. OGT says:

    Project Blue: Earth SOS was grand.

    I need to restart and actually finish Fantastic Children sometime. I almost pity-bought the collection at Best Buy when I saw it had a thin coating of dust at one point.

  6. usagijen says:

    ahh yes Cluster Edge! (all I could think of with the ‘characters were gay men named after rocks.’ hint was those guy/gay villains in Sailor Moon orz). I had that in my backlog once, and then forgot about it. I still want to watch it though! The experience probably won’t be as painful for girls as it is for guys (because of the eyecandies / pandering for girls? lol)

  7. Shii says:

    Futakoi Alternative

  8. WAHa.06x36 says:


    Because nobody fucking subbed it.

    Not that I am bitter or anything.

  9. TheBigN says:

    Seconded on Futakoi Alternative. And I wanted to be the first to mention Magipoka in one of these types of posts. :P

  10. Suburbanbanshee says:

    The Poirot Marple show wasn’t bad. Wasn’t great, but it was certainly a reasonable adaptation. (The juxtaposition of serial killers and pet duck was a bit disturbing, I’ll admit.)

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