Crunchyroll currently airs both seasons of I Can't Understand What My Husband Is Saying for free users. As of this writing, it is unclear if a third season is in development or not. Each episode runs three minutes, thirty seconds.
This is an absolute must-see for anybody in a mixed marriage between an otaku and a non-otaku.
I found this show by accident one night while surfing through Crunchyroll, and it really spoke to me. When I first saw it, I was just a week removed from having gotten married. My husband is NOT an otaku, and usually only watches a few anime titles, while I am HUGE on all things anime.
So this show, a Slice of Life that follows an OL (Office Lady) married to a die-hard Otaku really spoke to me.
Kaoru is cynical, 25 years old and just barely a newlywed OL. In the first season, we see that she smokes, enjoys fine foods and drinking, and is overall subdued and very plain. Her 23 year old husband Hajime on the other hand is a bit high-strung, collects everything and anything anime-related, and still has more than one anime "waifu" to think of outside of Kaoru. He tries to make a living as a blogger and web designer, but Kaoru is the bread-winner with her 9 to 5 job. (Hajime sounds more like me. Hmm...) On the surface, you would think the two don't get along at all, but in truth, one can't do well without the other. They have a healthy sex life, which leads to Kaoru's pregnancy between the first and second seasons.
Joining the couple is an eclectic cast.
We have Mayotama, Hajime's younger brother, who is getting by as a Boy's Love/Yaoi (Gay Romance Manga) writer. Mayotama is perverted and flirtatious, and sometimes doesn't understand that brothers need to have a healthy boundry to avoid being incestuous. But despite his sexual appetite, he is very loyal to his brother, and wants to do well.
Tanaka-san is an old friend of Kaoru's from school, but is now her doctor. She starts off as a background character in the first season, but is seen more and more as the show goes on. She ends up naming Kaoru's as yet unborn baby girl, Sayoko. She is married to the stoic Yamada.
Nozomu and Rino are close friends of Kaoru and Hajime. Rino's growth was stunted, so she is often mistaken for being a child.
Miki is a cool manga enthusiast, and the object of Mayotama's affection. Miki once asked Mayotama out on a date, but was shocked to find that Mayotama is indeed, a boy.
The show paints an honest look at newlywed life, and is rife with comedy. It's sweet and silly, and the animation is surprisingly fluid for looking so childish. It's an absolute must. Hopefully the manga will be released state-side.
Codename Sailor earth
Codename Sailor Earth is a lifelong anime and wrestling fan. IRL she is cartoonist Koriander Bullard, formerly Koriander Ake, a happily married Chicagoan. Her favorite anime is Sailor Moon. A baby in the late 80's, the first anime titles she ever saw were Speed Racer, Voltron and Robotech.