Thursday, 9 August 2012

Video Subbing: [Manzai] TUTORIAL - Takeshi and Pero

Hey peeps,

Sorry about the lack of posts compared to previous standards. I don't have as much time these days to leisurely sub videos and so as a result, I take longer to get things done. While I work on a larger video I decided to do this 3 minute manzai routine by Tutorial. If you watch Shabekuri then you'll recognise them as Tokui and Fukuda.  If you just judge them by that show, you may not think particularly highly of them, but in terms of manzai skills, they are one of the best (IMO). Well at least, they are one of the groups I enjoy most. Anywho, I've done a routine of theirs called "Takeshi and Pero". I won't explain what it's about as you'll find out in the video but I must say that I think they were very brave to attempt something like this. I could imagine it have failed miserably if it was someone other than Tokui doing his.......err.........transformation.

You will see what I mean.


[Manzai] Tutorial -Takeshi and Pero by juxtapose31


  1. Haha, tq for subbing this. At first, I thought it would be innocent joke.Suddenly, the dog could talk.

  2. Lol, this is hilarious!! :) Thanks for subbing a manzai!

  3. Thanks for this! I only ever saw a part of their manzai on Arashi no Shukudai-kun. They're quite different (from the very few others I've seen) and I understood immediately why they won M-1! :D

  4. It was nice to see these two outside of Shabekuri 007. It was a nice story though I felt that the dog licking+talking went on a tad too long (I pretty much got the whole thing after the third time he did the lick+talk).

    1. Yeah you could see Tokui wanted Fukuda to hurry up and end it when he looked over at him while screaming. Except forcing him to keep doing it made more laughs.

  5. lol they are crazy xD

  6. LMAO couldn't stop laughing once i got the joke. xD

    thank you so much for subbing! :D

  7. thanks for the sub, tokui's kansai dialect is too hard for me to understand and it's fast also :P

    btw what do you mean by "previous standard"?