Tron was interesting. It had a lot of good story potential that it should have developed more instead of focusing on effects. It actually reminded me of an oldschool console RPG, including lots of time wandering around without so much story progression.
When we were done watching the movie, we had a little time before Charmed (=dinner time), so we decided to watch FushigiBoshi no FutagoHime Gyu!, and we really liked it. We were very happy to learn that the mysterious new guy was actually played by a guy, even though it was a guy we didn't know much about. We had to google him (Shinnosuke Tachibana is his name), because he's so new he doesn't show up on any of the databases we go to, but that was okay, because he has his own website, complete with samurai sound effects.
Seiyuu personal homepages are nice, because they even list the tiny little random things they're in. For example, Tachibana-san is in the Japanese dub of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. This means that the Twins now know it has been dubbed into Japanese, and have to look up the whole cast. After looking up Tachibana-san's character (Dylan) to remind ourselves who that was (the guy Frankie went out with in the one episode), we looked up the cast. And thanks to Wikipedia Japanese, we found it very quickly. The only names we really recognized were the voices of Mac (Makoto Tsumura--not in a whole lot, but she's the new Astroboy), and, happily, Blooregard Q. Kazoo. So who was the lucky guy cast as Bloo? None other than...
Noriaki Sugiyama!!!! YAY!!!!!!
And now, since most of you are probably wondering, "Who's that?" I shall explain. He's probably most famous for his roles as Sasuke in Naruto and Ishida in Bleach. And now, I must laugh maniacally. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Today, I'm thankful for Bisquick, seiyuu personal web pages, Anaheim being a resort town, having finally achieved the point quota in certain annoying minigames, and tax deductions.