Ping-Pong Club

Season 1 Episode 1

The Six School Boys / The Wicked Teacher's Evil Plot

Aired Unknown Apr 05, 1995 on TBS
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The Six School Boys / The Wicked Teacher's Evil Plot
This episode introduces the members of the Ping Pong Club. The teacher in charge of the girls ping pong club tries to take over the boys training room. The teacher of the girls ping pong club (Mr. Tachikawa) tricks the teacher of the boys club (Mr. Shibazaki) into giving the training room to the girls. The boys are not happy with this and fight back to reclaim the training room with some devious tricks of their own.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The main cast are introduced in this episode

        Takeda - the straight-laced regular guy and captain of the team
        Kinoshita - the surfer talking dude with the long hair, assistant captain, good with the ladies
        Maeno - seashell shaped hair, pervert
        Tanaka - short, round headed guy, pervert
        Izawa - razor sharp hair who prefers to box
        Tanabe - the american looking guy with light hair and the horrible body odor

        teachers introduced as regulars
        Mr. Shibazaki - the teacher assistant with the green suit
        Mr. Tachikawa - the coach of the girls' ping pong club

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    • NOTES (1)

      • Actor aliases
        Given the adult nature of the series, many of the voice actors have taken on aliases to hide their identity.

        character - alias
        Sachiko - Cooper McQueen
        Shibazaki / Narrator - Agent Zero
        Tachikawa - Dominic Moore
        Kito - Frankkie Frame
        Tachikawa - Summer Pepper
        Soma - Mamblisa Cummings
        Additional Voices - Ivana Diamond, Elizabeth Tespen

        The brave souls who have used more common aliases are:

        Tara Sands, who voices Takaido, is credited as Tara Jayne.

        Crispin Freeman, who voices Takeda, is credited as Mark Percy; he has even listed his role on his website.

        Dan Green, who voices Tanabe, is credited as Jack Bean.

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