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Moriyama Eiji and Tuti are love

We watched the Yamabuki myu tonight along with the backstages and about died a couple of times. Hell, when don't we when it comes to PoT myus? Ro almost choked on her pizza when Akutsu hit that ball at one of the triplets and the other one said, "love - 15".
So we finished that and I had logged her into one of the communities to get pnish's western mode. It downloaded in the time it took for us to have dinner and watch the myu, along with Reborn, which she was downloading for me. I can't do torrents on my computer, but she hates megaupload and mediafire, so it works out perfectly.
I put on Masa in Hawaii while we were transferring files to my computer from hers, but it didn't hold her attention (hell, Masa doing anything has me riveted) and she opened up the western mode to make sure it had loaded. Then she put on the backstage and we just started watching it.
OMHG, I don't think Tuti can keep a straight face. It seems like he is ALWAYS laughing, and it sets us both off, so it's like a never ending cycle. And Eiji-san could stand in a room breathing and be cute. What is it about that name? He is so cute. But you can't take them out in public.
Now I really want to watch that musical to see what the heck was going on in the first place, because all we saw was most of the backstage rather than the musical, which seems backwards to me, but meh. It was too cute. And, like I said, we were laughing too hard most of the time to really care. Tuti just has that effect on us.
I do miss them in PoT. But I love their last musical, even though I thought Tezuka was going to kill Oishi a couple of times. Eiji-san is just the perfect Momo. I don't know if any other generation can compare to him for the role. I do like 3rd generation a lot, but after watching 1st gen, I think he has it. I'll have to do a list of my favorites once we're done with all the musicals to date.
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