Moon Phase (2004–2006)
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Onii-Sama, Wavering Wavering Sparkling Sparkiling Drifting. What's This? 

Oniisama, yurayura kirakira donburako korette, nânda? (original title)
What do you do for your 26th episode when your 25-episode story is done? Go spoof yourself.

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Chiwa Saitô ...
Hazuki (voice) (as Chiwa Saito)
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Kôhei Morioka (voice)
Takahiro Sakurai ...
Seiji Midô (voice)
Vanilla Yamazaki ...
Heidi (voice)
Miyu Matsuki ...
Kaoru Mido (voice)
Mai Kadowaki ...
Hikaru Mido (voice)
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Elfriede (voice)
Michiko Neya ...
Hiromi Anzai (voice)
Sawa Ishige ...
Arte (voice)
Fumihiko Tachiki ...
Vigo (voice)
Mugihito ...
Ryuhei Mido (voice)
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Hazuki (voice)
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Kouhei Morioka (voice)
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Haiji / Hikaru (voice)
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Seiji (voice)
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Storyline

The stage set is lit low as an audible audience gathers for the final, absurdist episode. As Kouhei, Hazuki, Elfriede, Ryuuhei, Haiji, Hiraku, Kaoru and Arte enjoy breakfast, Seiji alone is maddened by an awareness that their antique shop has become a houseboat stranded in the middle of the ocean. As Ryuuhei and Elfriede blow terms of endearment each other's way, Kouhei and Hazuki exchange their usual tiff-tinged banter. Arte, still adjusting to living a normal life, proves herself a naughty girl by nearly sinking the shop (yes, "shop") and nearing drowning Saiji, showing Hazuki the need for showing patience while being her big sister. As Hiromi rides away on her dolphins, Arte finally pops the cork on this show, sending it to the belly of the beast. Written by statmanjeff

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22 February 2006 (Japan)  »

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Trivia

English title: "Up and Down, In the Sun, Floating Away...What Is It?" See more »

Quotes

Kouhei Morioka: Hey, here's a question. How much of a brat do you have to be before I lock you in the basement?
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Soundtracks

Neko Mimi Mode
(ending theme)
words by Rieko Ito
music by Dimitri from Paris
sung by Hazuki
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