An insecure anime geek wants to be MADE into an independent woman.
I found her really annoying, she had such a bad attitude.
all i have to say is i'm just like her anime geek but im in middle school and love botdf and i want more u know outgoing like the people at my school so i was thinking about joining cheerleading next year but i think i look ugly and wont u know fit in what should i do
Whoa. Watching this makes me feel a little better about myself. >.> I like anime too and sometimes I can be shy and distant, but I don't think I'm THIS bad. And I talk about more than anime.000a000aBut she's lucky that she got to meet Vic Mignogna
wow could u talk anymore?
Ahh, I have to say, I'm pretty much in the same situation as her. Anime geek who talks about nothing but anime, socially awkward, insecure about physical appearance, everything.
I'm a cosplayer, like her, too! The only difference was I didnâ€™t even have the self esteem to think that I looked good in the cosplay costumes. Watching this made me want to be her friend! I cried watching her in Times Square, when people started to walk up to her and compliment her.
I was at Mokucon and at Vic's panel when he got the call, being asked to meet with her. I remember we were all excited for Amanda, because she would get to meet him.
Amanda's so lucky that she is able to go forward with her dream of being a voice actor. I, along with many other otakus most likely, dream of voice acting, but I lack the courage to even try to boost my confidence and self esteem. I've had an interest in it since I was little, and I tried to get into acting by joining the drama club in middle school, but I always got so nervous when it came to stage acting, I could never speak clearly or get my lines right. Looking back on it, I have the feeling that it was because I was around so many familiar people that I didn't want to look worse than I already had.
Amanda, you are beautiful and brave and an inspiration to many because you had the courage to act on your desire to become more independent.
Amanda was severely bullied...which explains her near-zero self-esteem and sensitivity. I'm so happy for her.
holding that sign must of been really hard to do especially with her self esteem. I would of been terrified too !
This ep was awesome for me because the impact was obviously long-lasting. It seemed like some of the kids who went on this show ended their experience with the end of MADE, but Amanda actually got into school as a result. Yay for achieving your real dreams!
At the very least her coach didn't try to change her completly. I'm glad Amanda embraced her dreams and did everything to make her confident! lol. I would be angry too if I couldn't go to the anime con and see Vic Mignogna. Having dinner with him, I'm jelly. Great episode!
ahhhhh every time julie's hair brushed again the mic, it made the most annoying noise
WHERE'S VIC MIGNOGNA!!!! XDD Cool episode though lol
The coach is pretty.
She's so cute...
Wow, This is a good episode. Seeing Vic in it was great, that is amazing. Now, some the made Coaches can be dicks and stuff. But, Julie was like best one I have seen. To bring Vic to her that is awesome.
I'm watching this show and commenting and want to say that they have ALL the wrong approach from the start. They are trying to change this girl into someone she is not and making her neglect her hobies. Instead they should have told her that if she REALLY wants to become like her anime idol, she CAN but by training with a professional trainer, losing fat and dressing nicely. Then she would be much more motivated.
"I think that I'm really ugly", and you ARE. Then again, all of it can be solved with proper diet and exercise.
It's really hard not to rag on Amanda for her attitude.
:) Love Julie, she's so cute and lovable.
BEST MADE EP EVER!!! ^_^ I totally love her! I hope she keeps up her Schooling and become a VA.Good Luck to you Amanda.
OMG Vic Mignogna. she is so lucky :D i wish i could have a dinner with Vic.