One day, he happens to stumble upon the club known as the Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture—otherwise known as Genshiken—that serves to bring the full spectrum of otaku culture together.His first visit to the club, however, does not end well as Sasahara's pride is crushed by his senior, Harunobu Madarame, and he leaves the meeting in full denial of his otaku nature.In addition, when seated in the studio, he slumped into the chair and folded his arms with a rather displeased facial expression. Perhaps he will not suffer the same fate as other celebrities and idols before him for displaying the same poor behavior at public appearances.
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I don't know, perhaps I like this best because this is new. But this is an episode that no one should miss.=O New realms of hilarity, previously unexplored. The talk started with Nakai being pissed at Arashi for being 15 minutes late. Then Arashi members were apologizing in the waiting room. Arashi came out apologizing while Nakai was like "Its totally fine, its totally fine." x D Yeah, right. x D Nakai then called it "Dai Maou" while flashing an exaggerated stare at Ohno. " And so, Nakai sprang from his seat while the other four members held him back. " (Note: Go-kon is a like a group date, Japanese style. Sho wants to go to a Summer Festival where lots of bands would perform. Nakai then yakked on about nothing at all, trying to find words to yell. Can't forgive the choreographer for the part where they pointed forward and then made a square with their finger.
Then Ohno's drama was suddenly inserted into the conversation by Taka-san.