Osomatsu-san Season 3 Episode 20 Release Date, Spoilers, Preview, English Dub

Osomatsu-san is a funny anime series that will make you laugh 😂 hard and the best part is that it produced by the same studio that made another famous anime ‘Boruto‘ that is Pierrot animated studio. The theme for this anime was inspired by the old 1962 manga series of the same name but in the modern world.

The first episode of the series appeared on 6 October 2015 and currently, we are in the middle of the third season. There is one thing that is unique in this series, they make jokes about jokes and can turn anything into humor.

Osomatsu-San Season 3 Episode 20 Release Date

Osomatsu-San Season 3 Episode 20 titled ‘Choromatsu Memorial Hall’ and ‘Persimmons,’ will be released on 23 February 2021. For streaming older episodes with English subtitles, you can go to Crunchyroll or Amazon Prime if you are having a Prime Video subscription.

The main protagonists are sextuplets Osomatsu Matsuno, Choromatsu Matsuno, Karamatsu Matsuno, Jyushimatsu Matsuno, Todomatsu Matsuno, Ichimatsu Matsuno, and Hiroshi Kamiya.


In Osomatsu-San season 3 episode 20, Jyushimatsu tries to get back into his real body again as a dog runs away with him the last time. Anyways, his family accepted him in his new form.

Episode 19 Recap

Episode 19 of season 3 of Osomatsu-san is split into three equal elements. The first half is titled ‘Are They Disbanding?’. It focuses on the Robot AIs. Pickled Plum is anxious over his and Salmon’s failing comedy acts. He desperately desires the people to chuckle at their jokes. Seeing that Salmon is appeared to be occupied with a online game, Pickled Plum snaps at him.

They subsequently begin preventing. And one in all them even brings up disbanding. The AIs attain out to Osomatsu and Choromatsu for assist. The two Matsuno brothers begin arguing between themselves on the AIs’ behalf. This makes the AIs notice their very own folly.

What do you think will happen in Osomatsu-San season 3 episode 20? The anime is currently streaming on Prime Video and Crunchyroll.

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