Miss Dynamite XXII iraq

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Raise your volume. Who's your Baghdaddy? is episode 22 of Miss Dynamite. It is the continuation of episode 21, where Eva tried to join Al Qaeda but failed because she smacked one of the Pu Sisters in the face. This episode features Rina-Chan (formerly known as Kagome) as Eva; Mizura as Blackie, Pu Tang and Pu Nani; and Tomamoto as Moqtada al-Sadr and all the other male characters. As with the previous episode, this is limited-animation old school Miss Dynamite. Some of the combat sound effects are genuine firefight recordings by Canadian troops in Afghanistan (you can even hear a Taliban RPG at some point).


as always, some dam fine work

true the the M.D form with some exsalent humor my personal favert had to be the lazer gag and i got a little kik from the easter egg on the main screen, if you havent found it yet then ill give u a clue "F"

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The best ever!!!!!

Even though this is the second-latest, this is definitely the funniest Miss Dynamite episode ever! I swear, the jokes the girls make are just plain hilarious. And boy, is Blackie cute... I have to admit, for a Chinese woman, she sure has some big knockers... what's up with that?

To quote her cute lil' self(for the friggin' heck of it): "Oh, wait, a flank... it's a hot dog!" Combined with Pu Nani's comment, it was the funniest moment in Miss Dynamite history. Praise Sirkowski!!!

God bless ya soul,
El Texinator

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Sirkowski responds:

She ate a lot of hot-dogs.

love it!!!

it is an awesome episode of MISS DYNAMITE.

Always amusing

Your stuff is always amusing, and can deal with serious topics such as the Gulf War, and still be light and funny (and of course contain what every male loves: hot chicks, and more explosions and gunfire than "First Blood Part II").

Slick animation, slick voicework, and the MD breast chart joke was hilarious to me, having spent waaaaay too much time on Google Image Search...

By the way, I noticed that the jet flyby noise was the jet sound effect used by the Beatles in Back In The USSR (on their album "The Beatles"). Yes, I do have no social life, and yes, I do pay attention to such small details!

Keep up the good work!

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Sirkowski responds:

I think it's the 6th time I use that jet sound effect. lol


funny easter egg man!!!!

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4.20 / 5.00

Mar 12, 2007
11:17 AM EDT
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