At Kaimei High School, the Living Assistance Club (aka the Sket Brigade) was organized to help students with problems big or small. Most of the time, though, they hang out in their club room, bored, with only a few trivial problems floating in every once in a while. In spite of this, they still throw all their energy into solving these worries.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Sket Dance - List of Sket Dance characters - Netflix
This is a list of characters from the anime and manga series Sket Dance by Kenta Shinohara.
Sket Dance - Teachers - Netflix
Tetsuji Chūma (中馬 鉄治, Chūma Tetsuji) Voiced by: Hayato Nakata (drama CD), Jouji Nakata (anime) The little-seen and inhumanly apathetic “Club Supervisor” of the Sket Dan spends most of his time in his lab instead of minding them, where his only gift seems to be for creating dangerous and unstable explosive devices. Despite this he has create potions of science fiction effect, such as a youth potion and potions able to change a person's personality. As his token support is prerequisite to Sket Dan's existence, he holds the threat of its withdrawal over the members' heads when he wishes to coerce them into some unreasonable 'favour'. He is often referred to as “Chu-san”. He has a daughter named Suzu. Remi Misora (美空 レミ, Misora Remi) Voiced by: Sakura Tange Remi is often referred to as “Onee-san”. She took over as teacher's assistant after the previous one went on maternity leave. She is very scatter brained and clumsy but very happy and energetic as she was formerly a host of the educational children's show “Can Mommy Come Too?”. She fell in love with Chu-san. Kunio Yamanobe (山野辺 邦夫, Yamanobe Kunio) Voiced by: Nobuyuki Hiyama An eccentric geography teacher who hires the Sket Dan to help him form a 'Genesis' club ('Genesis' being the name of a ball game taught to him by 'Master Won' similar to tennis, but involving a volleyball, and fishing nets), the idea was receded when Tsubaki explained that if the three were to start the 'Genesis' club, the Sket Dan would be disbanded. Later, Yamanobe taught them 'Hyperion', a part-chess part-DND board game which only male players seem to enjoy. He also introduced a crappy Super Mario game parody.