[YGO: TAS] Episode 33 – Harpoonshipping

February 19, 2009 at 11:50 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged Series | 2 Comments
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Screenshot from YGOTAS episode 33
Why is it that no one has ever questioned how the killer whale was able to squeeze its massive body through that tiny hula hoop? Maybe this is just the product of an interesting camera angle.

Mako Tsunami returns in episode 33 of Little Kuriboh’s Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged Series, currently available only on YouTube. Listen to Mako as he tells the heart-wrenching tale of his crumbling relationship with the ocean. Will the two ever be together again? Meanwhile, a British Bakura and an evil Marik encounter each other in an alleyway and, upon learning that they share common enemy, decide to hang out. Afterall, “the enemy of my friend is also my enemy!” :D

In a blog post, Little Kuriboh gives his reasons for having an emotional ending to the episode. If you’re a softy, you might even shed a tear after watching this… T.T

As usual, once this episode makes it onto Revver, I’ll add a direct-download link for it on the YGO: TAS Download page.

Update (February 20): This episode can now also be found on Revver! A link to the MOV version that’s hosted there has been added to my YGO: TAS Download page.


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  1. “the enemy of my friend is also my enemy!”

    Marik actually says that in “A Virtual Nightware” when Noah attacks Yugi and his friends and mainly Kaiba…

  2. Interesting! I wonder if that’s why Little Kuriboh chose that line. It’s cool that you remembered that. Marik actually says “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” though (see it at 9:27 in this video). I think LK’s messed up line is funnier. :D

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