Actually, according to Wikipedia, the name of the Blue Hawaii cocktail comes from the song in the film of the same name. It's "made of rum, pineapple juice, blue Curacao, sweet and sour mix, and sometimes vodka as well." I wonder if the one served at the matsuri would have the alcoholic elements; probably not. I mean, even though Japan's legal drinking age (20) is lower than America's, it's not that much lower.
I think they felt the vibration of her geta.
Oh, and balsamic vinegar will end up being another running gag, though not near on the level of coming in on the end of conversations involving stinky things.
That music when she's playing the MMO is really nice.
That felt like an ad for Comptiq. It's like those old shows where they shoehorn an obvious commercial into the plot.
It's kind of odd when they adapt a term into a really obvious English term, and someone still doesn't get it...
Ooh, she's getting upset about an upcoming character...
Konata's speeches are always so fun and with little room for reply, we remain displaced as in the scene of the shooting target with rifle, then it also puts her cousin! An anime so can not be counted Nelg annals! It is unique!
Starting to warm up to this anime a bit. Liked the MMO jokes, the additions of the teacher/cousin, the pokemon and fsn references, and most importantly as a True DBZ Fan the Cha La Op being sung by Aya at the end. Pretty impressive.
Best episode yet 5/5, may boost total score solely due to DBZ Homage.
This is probably a fierce necro, but what can I do.
I caught the most insanely obscure reference in this episode. When Konata is chatting with her teacher on the MMO they're playing, the in game music is referencing a really niche Japanese MMORPG called Corum Online. I was maybe 1 of 1000 people in the west who played that game xD
I actually jumped out of my chair and screamed NO WAY BRO!