Kiddy Girl-and (TV)
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The reason there is no mention of the series on the Jyunpaku Sanctuary CD is that someone on the staff heard the song after release and liked it so much they decided to use it on the promo DVD.
The "young" Éclair seen in the Pilot DVD features in the Pr. (prequel) novels which are set 10 years prior to the first series.
Yaranaika ("wanna do it?") is the infamous chat-up line from yaoi manga "Kuso Miso Technique". The arm-wresting dummy in episode two is based on protagonist Takakazu Abe.
Episode 3 uses a blatant parody of Card Captor Sakura mashed up with a hint of Lucky Star as a framing device.
Shiraishi's character's character walking in on two people in a compromising position was an homage to his character Taniguchi in Haruhi doing the same thing. Him singing to himself "Wa-wa-wa-wasuremono" (I for-for-for-forgot something) became an internet meme and was also expanded to become one of the ending themes for Lucky Star.
Around episode 12. On the graves of Troisienne & Trixie their last names are Lumiere and Eclair.
"Musko", the swarm of cravat-wearing robots who attacked Ascoeur and Q-feuille in episode 2, is a parody of Muska from Laputa and paraphrases some of his lines. Shortly after this scene Tweedlee is heard humming a few bars of "Kimi wo Nosete".
In episode 5, where Alv was saying "Juunana sai" and Dvergr was saying "Oi oi" which translate to "17 years old" and "yeah right" is reference to Kikuko Inoue who often says that phrase and the audience joking replying with that phrase. In addition, Alv is also played by Kikuko Inoue as well.
The seiyuu (voice actors) of the "Say You" café in episode 6 were all voiced by members of the main cast, included Minoru Shiraishi who was playing "himself" (uncredited) as he did in Lucky Star.
In episode 18, at 13:00, Letuchaia mentions the number 15 498. This number is the same as the number of loops in the Endless Eight arc of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.
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