Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Feb 15, 2012
39 min. per episode
G - All Ages
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Score: 6.401 (scored by 1018 users)
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SynopsisTamaki is an elementary school girl. Her father Dr. Yagiyama loves penguins and his excessive lectures about penguins makes Tamaki hate them. In order to get rid of her hatred of penguins, he engineers the penguin-roid "Minori". Tamaki and Minori run about the neighborhood to solve troubles caused by her father.
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Minori Scramble is something I downloaded and kinda ignored for more than 2 years (sitting on my downloads folder with tons of other neglected anime). I was expecting a nonsense (plotwise) and not-entertaining-enough anime. Well, I was correct for the nonsense plot, but it was quite entertaining and will give you some good laughs. It is a pure comedy show with cute characters and tons of penguins. Minori, our main character, is scared of penguins (though her parents aren't, specially his penguin obsessed Otou-san). His dad then proceeds to make a weird half-penguin, half-loli child, all android thing that will help cure her fear towards the cute creatures. I admit I was kinda freaked out at the start by the android being able to switch it's head between scary penguin and cute child by literally twisting its head, I was also scared by the cute penguins appetite for a lot of live lobsters, and the child having a small penguin body doesn't look normal and bothered me too. Anyway, it is a crazy ride, with crazy characters that has good jokes here and there to keep you watching for 38 minutes.
My personal rating: 6/10 read more
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Opening Theme"Minna de Happy (みんなでハッピー)" by Kana Akutsu, Hiroomi Igarashi, and Maika Takai
Ending Theme"Boku no Kimi e no Kakushikoto (僕の君へのかくしこと)" by Kana Akutsu, Hiroomi Igarashi, and Maika Takai