Consisting of an assortment of sexual comedy and somewhat violent slapstick humor. The simplistic art style was probably the only reason I can gather as to why they were even allowed to show this on television.There's both explicit sexual scenes, as well as Ebichu getting absolutely decimated in the most comical way (if that makes any sense) by her OL Master or the "Useless Bum".I just found it very interesting, both that the studio sees a manga and goes "what the heck let's give it a shot", and that Mitsuishi eventually got the chance to provide a voice for the character she'd grown to love. Never was there a break in character, Ebichu has an unmistakable voice and speech pattern that I can't compare to anything else I've ever heard before. You won't find many shows where a character fantasizes about having an intimate relationship with a hamster.It's truly something unique for both its time and now and is something most everyone should at the very least check out. Animation Very simple graphics and animation, but that is kind of the point.
The story of how this show came to be was an interesting one too.
They are well timed and fit like a glove, that which they are supposed to illustrate. The adult theme lets them act without regards to the age of the audience, and there is no epic story behind it all. Value The episodic structure lets you watch any episode of Ebichu at any time, without risk of being confused, so I'd say the re-watch value of this is high.
And lots of extra points for the fansubber's translation notes at the beginning of each episode. This sort of feels like a mix between Shin-chan and Chi’s Sweet Home.
Many jokes center around Ebichu's owner and her good-for-nothing boyfriend.
Her owner is a single office lady desperate to find a husband.