In the playtime montage at the end of the episode, she is seen being pushed on a swing by Ryder.
Kawaii Crush dolls look like they're on a sugar rush, too, that's for sure.
So, does this doll miss the mark on being a desirable collectable while also being too clunky for play? I don't know why I think of her as Miko, but I always do that.
The features are exaggerated to the point that they are unnerving to me.
Moving from the Kawaii Crush doll on the left, to the original Liv doll on the right, the dolls get increasingly more articulated, versatile and realistic: The brand name, Kawaii Crush, is cool.
I like penguins, but I thought it looked like a droopy-eared lamb! Kawaii merchandise seems to be very, very popular right now, and not just in Japan.