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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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great episode!

Nice

I remember these from long ago and have to say they don't ever get old the humor the animation is as smooth as ever and always a fun piece the characters are always great and the plot here always can give me a good chuckle and these never need any improvements but congrats on the the three awards you received for this one very nice addition

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
Can't improve on something as fantastic as this classic

~X~

This is one of my favorite episodes! I just love how topical this series was. I sincerely think this was the best animated of all the episodes too. Blackie is my favorite character. I still think she's the hottest. She just seems to have the perfect breast size.

Not too big or small. Anyway, the jokes were great in this. I assume Eva's an atheist. I guess they should be saying, "Where is nobody now?"? The voices are great too. I assume Eva's Canadian.

Too Many N****r-Saying White People For Me To Track Down, And Shoot Them In The Fucking Head.

Looks like it's about time for a prison break! :) Another great episode, and do appreciate those mini-game easter-egg things. Good stuff.

-cd-

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