A roman architect travels through the drains of bath into the future to Japan, where he learns advanced bathing techniques from the “flat-faced slaves.”
This actually turned out pretty well. If they’d tried to extend it any longer, I would have tired of the premise. But with the equivalent of three full length episodes, the show managed to keep my attention with new ideas and keep the show fresh.
The animation consists of cardboard cutouts moving around, but who cares. It was funny while it lasted.
- Storytelling – A – Funny and witty.
- Voice – A – Undeniably unique.
- Characters – C – Simply vehicles for the jokes.
- Attention Grab – B – Too short to lose interest.
- Production – B – Terrible animation, excellent music.
- Overall – B
Recommendations – Detroit Metal City, Yakitatte Japan