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Note: You are allowed to add any reason or edit this page, but DO NOT VANDALIZE. However, any character (specifically recommended if they have blue theming) is welcome in this episode, so knock yourselves out! Thank you!

Cult of the Miku
Series: The Crazy-Ass Group Show: The Series, Television Presentation
Part of Season: 13

Cult of the Miku is an episode of the thirteenth season of The Crazy-Ass Group Show: The Series, Television Presentation.


Blue Executive forms a cult centered around Miku Hatsune just for financial gain, all while focusing on his new demographic: people with a blue theme.

Why We Don't Want To Join This Cult

  1. It's mainly a Miku Hatsune torture episode, as she's objectified by Blue Executive.
  2. Not only is this a torture episode for the titular character, but it also goes for many of the cast who are unfortunately forced to join Blue Executive's cult, most notably Sonic, Azura (Vibrant Venture), Gumball, Nicole Watterson, Felicia (Darkstalkers), Bluey Heeler, ENA, and KAITO.
  3. Blue Executive is very unlikable in this episode, as his materialism and obsession over Miku have been cranked up to eleven! In fact, his sole purpose of creating the cult was just for financial gain. Not helping that this was funded by the Investors (Super Doomspire).
    • Speaking of the Investors, because of all of the events that have happened in this episode, they can count as the true main antagonists.
  4. This episode marks the introduction of Aquamarine (Steven Universe), Vriska Serket, Valentine (Skullgirls), Seiran (Touhou), Shion Yorigami, and NiCO (Dead or Alive) who are all unlikable.
  5. Too many mean-spirited (and sometimes disturbing) moments, such as:
    • Blue Executive sexually harassing and objectifying Miku.
    • Aquamarine and Valentine torturing random people into joining the cult.
    • Shion Yorigami and Vriska Serket robbing Azura, Sonic, Gumball, and more people.
    • Seiran trying to "purify" Felicia and Nicole Watterson by shooting their legs.
    • NiCO beating up Bluey Heeler and then splashing hot sauce onto her butt, over a happy meal.
    • The infamous disturbing scene where the Investors try to crucify Miku.
  6. Too many filler scenes, such as:
    • Ness doing a let's play of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive while being drunk on vodka.
    • Luminous (MapleStory) yelling the hard R at Prince Poo in an IKEA.
    • Postal Dude filling stocks in his Weapon Parlor.
    • Randy Marsh & Alastor torching gophers.
    • The Vibrants trying to search for Azura and reporting her to the authorities as a missing person (although this is somewhat justified).
    • Lili De Rochefort trying new Snapchat filters.
    • Meryl Hinton thrusting powered sugar in front of Pit (Kid Icarus).


Redeeming Qualities

  1. Some of the characters are still likable and at times sympathetic, like Miku Hatsune, Sonic, Gumball, Nicole Watterson, Felicia, Bluey Heeler, KAITO, ENA, and Azura.
    • Odo, Claire Emmett, Cube, Karlie Dell, Kristie Inglethorpe, Chabwick, Vesta, Genji, Aro Rouon, Cello Tsugumine, Ariku Sukashine, Urushi Baion, Hiiro Akagami, Ellie Thorsby, Holly Willoughby, Jo Tarr, Anna Knight, Yuzuki Shimori, Jasmine (Miracle Tunes), Neasa (An Siopa Ealaine), Sniper (TF2), Yakko, Koyuki Aoba, Honoka Akahoshi, Spy (TF2), Olivia Birchenough, Kan Shirane, Oyupo Kogane and the Postal Dude are also likable.
    • The Vibrants also have heroic intentions on trying to save Azura.
    • This episode marks the debuts of Kaiser (MapleStory), Sou Notamine, Kinesis (MapleStory), Kogasa Tatara, Tenshi Hinanawi, Equius Zahhak, and Sig (Puyo Puyo), all of whom are likable.
  2. Decent ending where the characters call Blue Executive out and give him a good beating, eventually leading the cult to disband.
  3. The title card looks good, with the artstyle paying homage to the 2022 indie game Cult of the Lamb.



  • The episode's name is based on the 2022 indie game Cult of the Lamb.
  • Due to backlash, the episode was banned in many countries, and even being censored in the United States for future airings.



Cult of the Miku was panned heavily by critics and fans of the show for its disturbing and mean-spirited nature. It is considered to be one of the worst episodes of Season 13. Therefore, Cult of the Miku was banned in many countries, and would later be heavily censored in the United States for future airings. It currently holds a 3.9/10 on IMDb.

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