Actually, the term is still tsundere.
The word is derived from the terms tsun tsun (ツンツン), meaning to turn away in disgust, and dere dere (デレデレ) meaning to become 'lovey dovey'.
— Tsundere, Wikipedia
There are, then, two types of tsundere: Tsun (Type A), and Dere (Type B).
Type A, also known as harsh, is what we typically consider tsundere; they are ...
The characters are Hinata Miyakawa(at the cashier) and Hikage Miyakawa from Miyakawa-ke no Kufuku - also known in english as "The Hunger of the Miyakawa Family".
Hinata works in Gamers part-time to fund her doujinshi buying habits.
In addition to their cameos in episodes 12, 16, and 24 in Lucky Star as mentioned in a previous answer, There are ...
Actually, they are the Miyakawa sisters Hikage and Hinata (left to right, respectively). They are the main characters of the Lucky Star spinoff manga (and anime) Miyakawa-ke no Kuufuku (The Hunger of the Miyakawa Family).
They make cameos in episode 12, 16, and 24.
Since nobody else has attempted an answer, I'll give this my best shot. Be forewarned that this answer will be fragmentary. Also, this explanation will probably be kind of difficult to follow if you don't already know a bit of Japanese. Suggestions/edits to make the explanation clearer are welcome.
To understand why this is funny, you need to know how input ...
Well I don´t think they actually classify the quality of each voice. Why do I think so?
Most seiyuu are picked after they either send in some records or do a vocal audition, or they have done voice overs/acting before and are scouted this way.
When a company wants some voice acting done, they usually keep in mind the characters that have to be voiced. ...
According to the list of Lucky Star trivia on ANN, it could be based off of Usada Hikaru (also known as Rabi-en-Rose) from Di Gi Charat. It's hard to find pictures of her non-transformed self, but I managed this one:
As you can see, the hair color and eye color match and she also wears glasses. But that's pretty generic, so here are the further similarities....
The official reason given has been a very vague "He has not yet reached a level required of a director."
Because of that, people assume because the 4 episodes he produced for Lucky Star were of such poor quality, he was sacked. That said, no one else has been fired from KyoAni or AniDo in this manner ever since, so the ...
As far as the manga is concerned, episode 12 is also the first time Kagami has been to Comiket. Or at least a previous visit isn't shown.
Kagami has been to the gamers store with Konata several times, so it wouldn't be a surprise if she managed to drag her along to Comiket.
In volume 1 of the manga, Kagami exclaims "I've never been to that". There are no ...
Here's an official press release about him being replaced from KyoAni. The reason for it is described in it as follows (emphasis mine):
[...] 「らき☆すた」監督の山本寛は、監督において、まだ、その域に達していない [...]
It's hard to translate this since it's in (probably intentionally) vague words, but it says something along the lines of "he has not yet reached a level required of a ...
Kagami sees her simple-mindedness as something desirable
To explain a bit more, in that scene Tsukasa very innocently expressed her desire for a pet dog and didn't even consider the possible down-sides because of her air-headed character and the fact she was excited about owning a dog and single-mindedly chased after what she wanted.
Now, Kagami's ...
In the 1974 anime Alps no Shoujo no Heidi the Butler is called Sebastian. I guess it all started there, but it might go back even further.
Anime featuring a butler called Sebastian (even though that might not be their real name):
1974, Alps no Shoujo no Heidi
1998, Princess Nine: Kisaragi Joshikou Yakyuubu
1999, To Heart
2005, Paradise Kiss
2005, Trinity ...