We haven't watched an anime in a while. We've been too busy with the streaming Netflix on the Xbox.
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, a name I could never remember for obvious reasons, was a very different anime. It imagined a high school girl, Haruhi Suzumiya, who could alter reality with her thoughts. It turned out she only thought about different genres of anime: sci-fi, time travel, aliens, robots, spikey hair, and inappropriate (or exceptionally appropriate, depends on who you ask) outfits. The last is what is known in the biz as "fan service," as reflected in my Horrible.
For all of its lack of a consistent or even rational story, it was an enjoyable few discs. I miss anime. It might be time to dust off and return some of our rental discs and try out some new anime.