・Streaming / Download on MEGA: Theory: A person who doesn’t know golf rules will end up believing any rule they impose on him
・Streaming on VK: Theory: A person who doesn’t know golf rules will end up believing any rule they impose on him
Long title, isn’t it? But not as long as the time it took me to work on its typeset. Oh boy, it was intense but I’m so proud of its outcome!
Today’s presenter is Kasuga from comic duo Audrey, who’s also going to be this theory’s tester together with Haranishi (Fujiwara) and Kotohge (Viking). Our victim is mr. gullible Nishimura (Viking), the perfect man to test this theory on.
This is one of my favorite Wednesday Downtown theories ever, and I really hope you’re going to enjoy it.
I’m definitely going to bring you more Wednesday Downtown subbed theories (I’ve already planned my next one), but maybe I’ll go with simpler subs for it.
Last but not least, special thanks to Kedomas for this episode’s quality check.
I don’t think there’s anything else to add here, so… grab a snack and go watch it now!
PS: if you enjoyed this episode make sure to show me your support so I won’t start having an existential crisis 😥
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We’ll catch up soon enough! Have a nice day boys and girls ❤
From Wednesday Downtown, aired 10/18/2017
・Streaming / Download on MEGA: Food Marathon – Gyoza (part 2/2)
・Streaming on VK: Food Marathon – Gyoza (part 2/2)
This is part two of a two-parts episode. Part one is availabe here: Food Marathon – Gyoza (1/2).
And here we are again with the Gyoza Marathon, once again brought to you by me and Kedomas.
Last time we got to see how quick one’s motivation can fade away. Hosei did great at the beginning but was quickly overwhelmed by the amount of gyoza he ate, and Tanaka – who did slightly better than his teammate – gave up too just before reaching his quota, entrusting both the sash and the take-away gyoza to Hamada, who is now leading the marathon.
How is everything going to turn out? Are the others going to be defeated by the gyoza as well? Will Endo and Matsumoto change the course of events? Or will something unexpected happen? There’s only one way to find out.
Hope you’re going to enjoy this second half! There’s no need for lengthy notes, so I’ll just write one quick thing here: tenshinmen is a sort of chinese-derived ramen with omelette and vegetables (now I’m hungry).
We’ll catch up soon with brand new subbed content, keep an eye on THIS and THIS (please <3).
episode #971, aired 2009/09/13
・Streaming / Download on MEGA: Food Marathon – Gyoza (part 1/2)
・Streaming on VK: Food Marathon – Gyoza (part 1/2)
This is part one of a two-parts episode. Part two is availabe here: Food Marathon – Gyoza (2/2).
A new episode, a new Kedomas collab. I love what he’s doing for this website, and I won’t ever get tired of thanking him.
Do you like gyoza (or steamed dumpling)? I personally love them. I could eat them nonstop, for hours, for days… or at least, that’s what I used to believe before this episode.
Our members are going through all the 32 shops (as of September 2009) of Gyoza-no-ousho (Gyoza’s King – a popular japanese gyoza restaurants chain) in Tokyo, with a quota of 6 shops each. In other words, to complete this relay, each one of them has to go through at least 6 shops (meaning 36 gyoza each) and pass the sash to the next runner as they move from one shop to another, until they reach the last one before 23:30, the deadline in which the stores will be closed.
The marathon is going to start from Hosei and the sash is going to be passed to every other member, one by one. Will they be able to complete it? Or will they perish while attempting this hard task?
– Tokyo is divided in 23 special wards known as “ku” in japanese (ex: Shinjuku-ku, Arawaka-ku etc.). I know it’s always hard to translate the word “ku” in english, so I simply chose the word “ward” for “ku”.
– At 5:14 Hosei talks about being hospitalized two years prior to this episode (in 2007). That’s from when they were shooting No Laughing Hospital. As you can remember, Yamazaki got recently hospitalized during its filming and had to leave halfway through it. Also – unrelated and stupid – in this hilarious clip from it, he wishes he could eat some gyoza now that he can’t eat anything because of his surgery. Foreshadowing?
That’s it for now, remember to watch part 2 of this episode. Thanks for watching, have a nice day!
episode #970, aired 2009/09/06
・Streaming / Download on MEGA: Shoji Murakami’s Ghostbusters Class
・Streaming on VK: Shoji Murakami’s Ghostbusters Class
It’s already September. Time flies when
you’re having fun there’s a literal pandemic outside, huh?
But we’re not here to talk about shared and personal problems here (luckily), we’re here to watch middle aged japanese men being paid to do stuff you wish you had the right friends to do it for free with.
This episode, once again, was made possible thanks to Kedomas‘ typeset action, and we’re not even remotely done here, there’s other WIP stuff boilin’ up for ya. Huge immense titanic gigantic shoutout to him, as usual.
Do you like Shoji Murakami? That’s a question for the gaki community I still don’t have a clear answer to. I personally love him, and I love the class series (if you missed them, check out other episodes I’ve subbed: Ninja Class (ft. Girolamo) and Michael Jackson Class).
Today’s class is about Ghostbusters, and it’s full of Murakaminess. You’re gonna love it (or hate it).
– 0:44 – Matsumoto says “it’s chilling”, in japanese “samui” or “sabui”. I think I already explained this in another note, but this word can both mean “cold” and “lame” in japanese. So he’s talking about Murakami’s class series at first, but then says the weather is pretty cold too. The opposite happens at 1:52 (Matsumoto says it’s “samui”, but he’s talking about the weather).
– 6:62 – Murakami says NASU instead of NASA, and the other members mock him by saying “are you talking about the Highlands (Nasu Kogen)?”. You can read more about it on this website.
– 10:17 – The Hanshin Tigers (previously Osaka Tigers) is an Osaka-based japanese baseball team. Enatsu Yutaka used to be an ace from the team during the late 60s / early 70s, a long ago. That’s part of Murakami’s gag.
– 12:54 – Murakami makes a pun with the word “soba”, which could both refer to the popular japanese dish and could also mean “on the side”. “Soba ni iru” means “to be by your side”, but if “soba” is intended as “soba (food)”, then it means “I’m inside the soba”. I adapted the pun into a different thing, but it’s not like it’s intended to be funny or anything in japanese. Just Murakami things.
– 20:22 – On japanese TV, they refer to the timespan between 19P.M. to 22P.M. as “Golden Hour”, being the time where they usually air their most succesfull shows / drama / etc.
As always, thanks to Kedomas for typesetting the episode and to you for watching and supporting my content. I hope I (we) can bring you more subbed stuff soon!
PS: by the way, I changed my twitter @: it’s not @FGRNDNoises anymore (it still redirects to the actual account), it’s @shionnotsukai (so simple, so clear). Follow me for updates / info / drunk tweets and pics of bumblebees or such.
episode #905, aired 2008/05/25