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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).

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Boobs+ Action=Awesome

That N word joke was ofense to but who gives a hobo's ass about Muslims. Make more. Death to the living;)



yay

me find bra glitch



=D

i liked the bra chart



IMMA FIRIN MA LAZER

I rlly liked it but the "IMMA FIRIN MA LAZER" killed me God love 4chan /b/

SHOOP DA WHOOP



Liked

It's amazing that this series has produced so many episodes, especially with the quality of graphics and animation in each one i would have thought that it would take a lot longer to bring them out but i suppose not. This episode was hilarious the chemistry of the conversation between the four girls was great. The voice acting is superb but because the character designs are so good it can be overlooked which is a shame. The jokes were professional and came thick and fast. Theres just so much good about this series its hard to know where the flaws are.

~H-J~
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Score
4.20 / 5.00

Uploaded
Mar 12, 2007
11:17 AM EDT
Genre
Action
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  • Daily Feature March 13, 2007