TV Series | Animation, Adventure, Comedy
When Planet Earth is destroyed in a Nuclear Holocaust, the Goddesses and the Nekomi Gang are forced to relocate to the futuristic world of Planet Belldandy, where they find themselves ... See full summary »
The Evangelion Must Die comedy short is based on the legend that Ah My Goddess went on hiatus and failed to come back for a third season because the entire animation staff got booked out from under them for the Evangelion movies. In reality, it was just one of the animation directors and everyone needed a break. In the story, the Goddesses try to hire Doctor What to use his time machine to travel back in time and assassinate the creators of Evangelion before it comes into existence, on the theory that if the Evangelion movies were never made, Ah My Goddess would have a real season three with it's original creators instead of a bootleg season three based on a work of fan fiction. Amusingly, Kevin has never actually sat down and watched Evangelion. He doesn't know anything about who created it or what it's about. It wasn't important to the story, and he thought it would funnier if he never watched it.
KEVIN, YOU MISERABLE ASSHOLE! THIS IS FRIGHT NIGHT PART 2! I HATE THAT F - KING MOVIE!
Belldandy: But we thought you liked Fright Night?
Doctor What: I liked the FIRST Fright Night! The second one is TERRIBLE! How do you think William Katt would feel if you jumped him from...
In The Joy of Love Hate Lovin', there's a scene in the video store where Sayoko Mishima accidentally repeats a previous line instead of saying the line she was supposed to. When Kevin copied and pasted the dialogue line over the photo, he forgot to change it.
"Episodes Animated By Nobody Because We're F--king Cheapskates." Kevin didn't know specifically who the original animators were for which characters, or if they would want their names attached to a bootleg work of fan fiction they weren't paid for, when their unknowing contributions were stock animation screen captured off of the first two seasons DVDs rather than a job where they would sit down and make new animation, hence he credited nobody. To see the original Animation Crew Credits, watch the original Ah My Goddess Shows.
Several of the episodes posted on YouTube feature alternate music and missing snipes due to copyright blocking restrictions mostly involving Doctor Who material. The original versions are on Archive.org.