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According to an interview done to the producer of the anime, there were several reasons: The animation originally was meant to be broadcasted in web format only, not as a TV series. Then the author asked the producer if it was possible to record two tracks: one with female voice actors and one with males and broadcast the primary track and the auxiliary. ...


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I'm not entirely sure as to why they've repeated this in further episodes, however it might be due to contact obligations with the voice actors needing them to have a full length run of work or not at all, perhaps cost-wise it was also more effective, etc. However, the reason they have Male VAs in the first place is due to a gag within the manga where they ...


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Here (1, 2) are the YouTube videos by 333ユグ playing the scenes for Part A in reversed. Here are the reversed conversations for both Part A & B (source: Mr_BlueSky's Hatena Blog (Japanese)): When passing the window: 「さっ、さむ、さむ…」 "Co, cold, cold..." [BBゴローがうるさい為聞き取り不可] (Because Blackboard Goro is too noisy, it's impossible to be ...


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I have a couple of answers, unfortunately they're all a bit speculative because I have no sources. It feeds into the main premise of the show, which is surrealist humour. It's not meant to make any kind of sense, and it has a slightly unnerving result because it triggers a deja vu in the watcher. It lets them try different approaches to the same premise. In ...


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