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Posted 8/29/07 , edited 8/29/07
I was shocked to find this didn't have a thread so here it is!!

Please Teacher! (おねがい☆ティーチャー, Onegai Tīchā?, Onegai Teacher)

Please Teacher! (おねがい☆ティーチャー, Onegai Tīchā?, Onegai Teacher), is a Japanese anime series, directed by Yasunori Ide and written by Yōsuke Kuroda, and produced by Bandai Visual, which was adapted into a manga and light novel, centering around a group of friends and the odd things that happen to them after they get a new teacher.

The Please Teacher! anime series premiered in Japan on the WOWOW satellite television network between January 10, 2002 and March 28, 2002, spanning a total of 13 episodes, including twelve originally premiering on television plus an OVA episode released on DVD on October 25, 2002. It was adapted very soon into a manga, serialized in MediaWorks's seinen manga magazine, Dengeki Daioh, in January 2002, and was also later adapted into a light novel, entitled Onegai Teacher: Mizuho and Kei's Milky Diary, published in March 2003.

The Please Teacher! anime series was soon continued with a spinoff,[1][2] Please Twins!, which premiered on WOWOW between July 15, 2003 and October 14, 2003.

The setting of the series, though left unsaid in either anime or manga, is Lake Kizaki, located in Nagano, Japan, and the region and its surrounding locations are featured prominently and accurately across the series.[3] The novel states that the school the characters attend is the Nagano Prefectural Kizaki High School. This school is based upon the Old Matsumoto High School located in Agatanomori Park of Matsumoto-shi, about an hour south of Lake Kizaki on the JR Ooito Line. The tower of which Kaede and Hyosuke stand upon can be found in Joyama Park on the northwest part of the city.


Please Teacher! is a story mainly revolving around a tight-knit group of friends in high school and how they cope with several life-changing events that are never too far off from intimate relationships. The main character is a boy named Kei Kusanagi who suffers from a very rare disease which causes a comatose state referred to as a "standstill" whenever he is under severe emotional distress.

Before the beginning of the story, Kei, at 15 years old, had fallen into a "standstill" lasting three years after witnessing the suicide of his elder sister. After recovering, he quietly moved away from home in order to avoid social difficulty due to his long absence, and began living with his uncle, a medical doctor, and aunt. Due to the strange nature of how he came to live there, Kei wanted to keep the situation a secret from his new friends for fear of being ostracized as being too old to associate with them.

After Kei had established himself in his new surroundings and had entered into a close group of mutually supportive friends, a Galactic Federation starship had entered Earth's atmosphere stealthily (it is equipped with cloaking technology, rendering it invisible to EM spectrum detection equipment), approached Honshu Island and landed surreptitiously in Lake Kizaki. (Aside from physical travel of the spacecraft via its own engines, travel back and forth across intermediate and long distances - including other star systems and/or dimensions - is accomplished using Star Trek-like 'transporter' technology.) The story begins with Kei, after suffering a minor 'standstill' while in the vicinity of the lake, witnessing several unexplainable phenomena happening there, and then watching as a beautiful half-human alien named Mizuho Kazami materializes beside the shore.

Kazami was sent to observe planet Earth by a seemingly benevolent Galactic Federation in order to prevent Terrans from making developmental mistakes. (Later, it is revealed that she had personal reasons; she wanted to see the home planet of her father, who had died when she was a child.) Kei, upon observing the materialization, attempts to escape the pursuing Kazami, (who he does not get a clear look at, as she appears surrounded by bright white light). Kazami is under strict orders to prevent her true identity and mission from being discovered (the penalty for which can include capital punishment). During his attempt to escape, Kei falls into the lake, seeming to drown as a result of another stress-induced 'standstill'. In fact, Kazami rescued Kei and, using information from his identification, was able to return him home after examining him for injuries.

The next day begins fairly normally, as Kei awakens at his uncle's home, in his room, under the impression that the previous evening was the product of a dream. Upon arriving at the school, Kei's peers are discussing the fact that the previous homeroom teacher has mysteriously quit his position, and that the beautiful Ms. Kazami has become his new homeroom teacher. Later that day, Kei is further astounded that she is now a next-door neighbor.

During assisting her in moving in, he suffers another standstill, and while in a weakened state explains his predicament to the compassionate Mizuho, who cared for him without alerting the authorities, and thus kept his condition a private secret. During his recovery, he recalls the events of the previous evening, realizing that it was not a dream, and that she was the person he saw by the lakeside. Mizuho's inherently honest nature causes her to admit her origins and purpose on Earth. A near tragic comedy of errors ensues, as a frightened Kei attempts to escape her embrace. An accidental activation of the 'transporter' technology almost costs Kei and Mizuho their lives as she rescues him once again. A rapprochement is achieved, as it becomes evident that neither Mizuho nor the Galactic Federation she serves is hostile, and Kei promises not to reveal her identity as Mizuho makes a similar promise about Kei's medical condition. This is the beginning of a friendship that rapidly becomes more intimate.

After being discovered in what on the surface would appear to be a compromising situation (Mizuho had wanted to speak with Kei privately and had him transported to a physical education sports equipment locker), Kei protects Mizuho from charges of an inappropriate relationship between student and teacher by supporting the idea impulsively given by his uncle to the school's Headmaster that they are married, resulting in an actual civil marriage that later blossoms into genuine affection for each other. Kei's true calendar age becomes evident during the Headmaster's phone call to City Hall to verify their married status, and the Headmaster relents, partly because he, too, had married someone younger than himself and could understand their situation personally. Both are allowed to stay so long as they do not reveal their status to the other students, and do not engage in any public displays of affection.

The remainder of the series concerns the budding intimate relationships between the close friends, one of whom (Koishi Herikawa) is romantically interested in Kei and another (Ichigo Morino) who he later learns has suffered even greater loss of time from the same disease as he has; the problems of having to maintain the secrecy of the marriage; an interfering parent and sibling visiting from Federation space; and Kei learning to overcome the ever-present threat of another lengthy 'standstill' stealing more of his life, particularly as he has fallen deeply in love with Mizuho and desperately wants to remain with her..

Characters ( Bio )

Kei Kusanagi (草薙 桂, Kusanagi Kei?)
Kei is an 18 year old who retains a 15 year old body after a three year long "standstill", which is a coma-like state that occurs during a time of extreme emotional distress. Standstills are derived from an unknown - possibly psychological - disease that Kei and his friend Ichigo Morino have. He tends to be a very frail, shy boy, not often wanting to assert himself when need be.

After observing the landing of a UFO while on the bank of the nearby lake and subsequently observing the alien on the lake shore, odd things begin happening to Kei in connection with this alien. The next day, Kei is surprised to find, like everyone else, that one of their teachers quit and a quick replacement was found which just happened to turn out to be the alien - Mizuho Kazami. After a few more encounters with each other, Kei is taken to her spaceship where the whole situation goes from bad to worse. Upon striking Marie, a tiny computer helper of Mizuho's, it effectively is unable to perform as well as it seemed to work, which often puts the characters in strange situations if they can't rely on the help of Marie.

Eventually, after Kei and Mizuho are found in a locked storage room by Kei's uncle and the principal of the school, his uncle impulsively tells the principal that Kei and Mizuho are in fact married. Later, Kei and Mizuho do actually get married, though only the paperwork is done while there was no official ceremony. This whole situation is, of course, kept secret from Kei's friends as Ichigo Morino constantly tries to pair Kei up with a friend of hers, Koishi, and all the while Kei and Mizuho's relationship and attraction for each other only grows.

Voiced by: Soichiro Hoshi (Japanese), Dave Wittenberg (English)

Mizuho Kazami (風見 みずほ, Kazami Mizuho?)
A 23 (as alien physiology is only hinted at, and growth rates may be different for the un-named alien species she is partly derived from) year old half alien, half human, Planet Inspector from the Galactic Federation, sent to Earth to observe and study humans. Mizuho came to Earth to monitor the planet though inadvertently was seen by Kei as she was just landing on Earth. Although she did not trust him at first, she started to become attracted to Kei after they exchanged secrets about their past. In a conversation with Maho, Kei learns that she is the youngest member of the GF Observers ever to gain a license. Also from Maho we learn that Mizuho apparently has never had a romantic relationship, which is verified when she admits as much to Kei.

One of the main conflicts in the story involves Mizuho and how she tends to have great jealousy and misjudgment. She even went to such great lengths as to spy on Kei while he was hanging out with a friend from school, Koishi Herikawa, in a set up date, and when Mizuho's mother held Kei hostage in a hotel.

She loves to eat pochy, a Japanese snack food that consists of a biscuit stick covered with chocolate. She eats Pochy because it reminds her of her dead father; an empty box of Pochy was all Mizuho had to remind her of her father. She, her mother and sister are also seen eating it in several episodes. Pochy is a fictional version of an actual snack known as pocky.
Her catch phrase is "Saiyu sen jiko yo!" ("This is a priority one!").

Voiced by: Kikuko Inoue (Japanese), Bridget Hoffman (English)

Koishi Herikawa (縁川 小石, Herikawa Ko'ishi?)
She is one of Kei's close friends who also pursues a romantic relationship with Kei, but towards the end of the series discovers her affection for one of her teachers, Yamada. This inappropriate relationship is only ever hinted at, but it's more than obvious that something is going on between them when Yamada is confronted by the principal about him seeing Yamada and a girl from their school walking together. Her parents own a grocery store and she often has to go to deliver food that people ordered.

Koishi has a happy-disposition to her personality and is only ever seen crying when it comes to matters that involve Kei. One of the things Ichigo would get irritated at was that Koishi would never act on her urges and in effect she waits too long, and by the time she does tell Kei her true feelings, he's already hopelessly in love with Mizuho.

Voiced by: Ayako Kawasumi (Japanese), Michelle Ruff (English)

Ichigo Morino (森野 苺, Morino Ichigo?)
An evidently shrewd young woman who is seemingly wise beyond her (apparent) years, and who associates with very few friends. Surprisingly, even though she resembles a diminutive 15 year old or perhaps younger, her real age is 21; her physical development was stunted due to her "standstills", in the same way that they affect Kei. She had been in a "standstill" for 6 years. Ichigo's loss of time and her sense of life cruelly having passed her by due to the illness (she wistfully reveals to Kei that she has a younger sister who is now married and expecting a child) tends to cause her to have a much more cynical and serious demeanor than is normal for someone of her seeming age, which is sometimes commented upon by her (much younger) friends.

In order to prevent the triggering of 'standstills', her emotional expression is very subdued and phlegmatic. But for all her apparent depressive state, she is in fact very caring, attempting to assist both Koishi and Kei by acting as a 'matchmaker' for the two, because her own losses have been felt so keenly, and because she doesn't want her friends to experience the kind of heartache she has felt by their wasting opportunities for closeness that she has been forced to endure.

She is quietly but fiercely independent, currently living alone in a rather Spartan apartment, partly on her own initiative so that her (well-to-do) family wouldn't be burdened by her malady. She still maintains ties to her family, providing at least a semblence of normality. At one point she confesses to Kei that had they met earlier and revealed their mutual affliction to each other sooner, they might have become closer.

Her keen mind causes her to suspect the too-often 'coincidences' regarding their former teacher's departure, the new one's arrival and strange events in their neighborhood immediately after that to be connected, but her much younger and guile-less friends dismiss those connections. She also deduces that Kei and Mizuho repeatedly being found together in unusual situations to be the result of a covert relationship, but does not alert the authorities, preferring to observe the situation to verify it, proving herself to possess a formidable intellect as well as no small degree of compassion.

Voiced by: Yukari Tamura (Japanese), Julie Anne Taylor (English)

Kaede Misumi (水澄 楓, Misumi Kaede?)
Also one of Kei's friends, Kaede tends to be a rather shy girl most of the time. Her physical characteristics include that she is one quarter Irish, tall (for a Japanese) and with red hair and freckles. Despite her shyness, during an accidental visit to her hotel room by a sleep-deprived Hyosuke, in which he mistakenly climbed into her bed, she awoke from a lightly inebriated slumber and claimed that he had appeared to her in a dream which now seems to have come true. She then sweetly confesses her love for him and proceeds to seduce him. The two become inseparable and are seen together throughout the series.

Voiced by: Sayaka Ohara (Japanese), Melissa Fahn (English)

Hyosuke Magumo (間雲 漂介, Magumo Hyōsuke?)
A brash student with dyed blonde hair, Hyosuke aspires to attend college at Tokyo University and become a professional statesman, much like his brother. Hyousuke's demanor is initially that of a shallow attention-seeker, but after he becomes romantically involved with Kaede, a deeper and much more sensitive and reflective side is revealed. Kaede confirms to Ichigo and Koishi that the private Hyosuke is actually a very different person; of him, she says "He's a gentleman and he's sweet." Of Kei's group of friends, he tends to be the most hyperactive of them all and often does the strangest things too. In the manga though, his attention seems to be turned to Ichigo instead.

Voiced by: Mitsuo Iwata (Japanese), Kirk Thornton (English)

Matagu Shido (四道 跨, Shidō Matagu?)
A rather serious student who is also into astronomy, Matagu seems to be the most hopeless of the cast, a classic 'nerd', never even getting to the point of gaining a girlfriend by the end of the series. He is much less confident and self-assured than Hyosuke, or even Kei, leading one to conclude that he suffers from crippling shyness. His stated fondest dream is to meet with 'an alien creature from outer space', totally unaware of the fact that his teacher certainly qualifies as such, and that he has had several conversations with his life's dream in a very normal setting. He even considered to confess his love to her, but his shyness put a halt to his plans.

Voiced by: Hiroaki Miura (Japanese), Tony Schnur (English)

Minoru Edajima (江田島 みのる, Edajima Minoru?)
Kei's uncle and doctor of the local clinic. Minoru is something of a lecherous rogue, continually making wolfish comments regarding the attractiveness of passing women, even in the hearing of his wife, who often retaliates with a measured degree of force. He is openly quite jealous of Kei's relationship with Mizuho; he is more than a little perverted (in the Japanese sense of the word), but often covers for and helps Kei and Mizuho out (such as moving Kei's goods into the married couple's new quarters, purchasing a proper wedding ring for their private ceremony, and paying for an expensive hotel in Okinawa for their honeymoon).

Voiced by: Naoya Uchida (Japanese), Michael McConnohie (English)

Konoha Edajima (江田島 このは, Edajima Konoha?)
Kei's aunt and nurse of the local clinic. A warm, kind-hearted and quite attractive woman who puts up with her husband's behaviour only so much before she starts to get really angry at him. It is evident that she is the more mature member of their pair, and is quite able to curb Minoru's wayward eye and lecherous comments with a significant look or gesture. She is not above using a small degree of force to cause her husband to 'heel' if his behavior gets too outrageous. She seems very sexually amorous towards her husband and loves him deeply. She is very supportive of Kei and Mizuho's relationship, backing Minoru's initial lie to the Headmaster about the couple being married, and then providing a second-hand wedding dress for Mizuho to wear in a private ceremony with only her, Mizuho, Kei and Minoru present.

Voiced by: Rei Sakuma (Japanese), Karen Strassman (English)

Marie (まりえ, Marie?)
A quasi-organic master control program for Mizuho's ship. Totally self-repairing and maintenance free. Hovers around in an innertube and on occasion plays a miniature guitar. Due to Kei fearfully striking 'him' duing an initial escape attempt when Mizuho revealed her true identity, Marieh's programming became scrambled, endangering both Kei and Mizuho. Communicating partly through indistinct sounds and through gestures, Marieh is essentially a portable link to the ship's operating system. But 'he' is also capable of emotion, as witnessed by the romantic relationship formed between 'himself' and Miruru and his sorrow at their parting. The implication provided in the series 'extras' is that Marie and Miruru are but extensions of the ships themselves, and thus are the ships.

Voiced by: Tomoko Kaneda (Japanese), Sandy Fox (English)

Masami Yamada (山田 正臣, Yamada Masami?)
A quiet and shaggy male teacher whose hobby is creating human-powered planes. At first he appears to be something of a physically-developed nerd, obsessed with his hobby. Koishi delivers him meals from her parents' grocery store. He later becomes something of a confidant, attempting to help Koishi by providing a sympathetic ear after a breakup with Kei and her subsequent depression but does not take advantage of her vulnerable situation. At the end of the series, it is implied that their relationship gets much closer than that of teacher and student.

Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita (Japanese), Tony Oliver (English)

Maho Kazami (風見 まほ, Kazami Maho?)
Mizuho's little sister, who disapproves of Kei but eventually comes to accept him. Initially, she is incensed that a member of the powerful Galactic Federation's elite Observers (which it is revealed that Mizuho has the honor of being its' youngest member) would stoop to marry such an evident primitive. (Conveniently overlooking the fact that she is ostensibly the product of just such a union, claiming that the only time that she had ever seen Mizuho cry was when their father died; the implication of wildly different growth rates between alien and human are suggested here, as Maho is much younger appearing than Mizuho and Mizuho had stated that she could barely recall her father's appearance.) Maho even attempts to use Miruru to hurt Kei. During the process, she learns just how deeply Kei loves Mizuho and vice versa, and she relents, and later actually shows him a degree of affection with a stolen kiss, but she still possesses a playfully devious nature and is not above blackmailing Kei to get what she wants.

Voiced by: Satomi Koorogi (Japanese), Sandy Fox (English)

Hatsuho Kazami (風見 はつほ, Kazami Hatsuho?)
Mizuho's mother, who is very fond of Kei, whom she claims resembles her late husband. She is a very sensual, self-assured, bold but subtly assertive woman. She is not above playfully teasing her oldest daughter and son-in-law, demanding to know intimate details regarding their relationship. In one episode, to 'spice up' her daughter's love-life, she half-seriously shanghai's Kei to an adult hotel to engage in mock bondage with him, with Mizuho in hot pursuit. She then departed, having gotten the newlyweds in a situation where they had no choice but to enjoy themselves. She greatly resembles Mizuho, with the exception of having purplish hair instead of magenta, and a small beauty mark on her chin.

Voiced by: Yumi Takada (Japanese), Wendee Lee (English)

Shirou Kazami (風見 士郎, Kazami Shirō?)
Mizuho's father; No image of him has ever been seen in the series. The 2009 Mars expedition ship he was a crewmember of was presumed lost in space. However, a GF vessel rescued the crew. The implication, never verified, was that he was not allowed to return to Earth. One of the crew of the GF spacecraft that rescued the Mars expedition was Hatsuho, which is how they came to meet and be married. Unable (or unwilling) to return to Earth (possibly due to the Federation's strict laws governing contact with non-incorporated races) he remained in Federation space and raised a family there. The assumption is that he had attained citizenship, either through marriage or through naturalization, and at that point may have been abjured from returning. Eventually, he went on to develop a planetary contact program for Earth for the Galactic Federation. He died when Mizuho was still a child. The only thing of Earth that he had left behind had been an empty box of Pochy, which Mizuho had treasured.

Miruru (みるる, Miruru?)
Another computer intelligence hologram, dressed in female-like clothing. The implication is that both Marie and Miruru are in fact commlinks for the ships, themselves. In other words, the ships house self-aware AI's capable of emotions, which are reflected in the actions of the two miniature beings. Seems also to be romantically involved with Marie.

Kozue Kusanagi (草薙 こずえ, Kusanagi Kozue?)
Kei Kusanagi's elder sister. In a flashback which is shown during a critical 'standstill', it is revealed that Kozue was a very bright - though possibly mentally disturbed - girl who felt that human emotions were the cause of much suffering in the world, and sought to escape them by committing suicide, which Kei had had the misfortune of witnessing. The trauma of having done so and the guilt that he had felt at being unable to prevent it led to his first 'standstill'.

Voiced by: Omi Minami (Japanese), Julie Anne Taylor (English)


# Title Original airdate
01 "Tell Me, Teacher"
"Oshiete tīchā" (教えてティーチャー) January 10, 2002
Kei sees a UFO landing when he was out on the lake. An alien appears and he panics, then runs away. Kei later discovers that the alien is his new homeroom teacher and his neighbor.
02 "I Can't Get Married Anymore"
"Mou Omuko ni ikemasen" (もう、お婿にいけません) January 17, 2002
After being teleported into the gym closet Kei and Mizuho are stuck when the door are locked. Later they are found by Kei's uncle and the principal.
03 "This Isn't Right, Teacher"
"Mazuiyo sensei" (まずいよ★先生) January 24, 2002
Kei and Mizuho get married but during the ceremony Kei's friends show up for an unexpected visit.
04 "Actually, I Think I Love You"
"Yappari sukikamo" (やっぱり好きかも) January 31, 2002
Kei and Koishi get set up on a date but when Mizuho finds out she decides to follow them.
05 "For That, Teacher, I..."
"Sonna sensei ni boku wa" (そんな先生に、ぼくは) February 7, 2002
Kei and Mizuho go to the beach and stay at a hotel for their honeymoon but things go wrong when they see Kei's friends turn up to stay at the same hotel.
06 "Let's Start From The Beginning"
"Hajimatte kara hajime you" (始まってから始めよう) February 14, 2002
Kei and Mizuho get an unexpected visit from Mizuho's mother and sister.
07 "Don't Cry, Teacher"
"Nakanaide sensei" (泣かないで先生) February 21, 2002
Mizuho's sister Maho sees what she thinks to be Kei making Mizuho cry so she tries to get rid of Kei but in the end starts to gain a crush on him.
08 "Long Night"
"Nagai yoru" (長い夜) February 28, 2002
Mizuho and Kei get into an argument which causes Kei to meet up with Koishi later that day where she expresses her love to Kei but Kei rejects her and rushes to Mizuho before Matugu can ask her out.
09 "Let's End It Now"
"Mou owari ni shiyo" (もう、おわりにしよう) March 7, 2002
Ichigo finds out that Kei rejected Koishi's feelings so Ichigo tries to confront Kei but ends up in a standstill revealing her secret to Kei who leaves Mizuho to date Koishi so Ichigo doesn't end up in a standstill.
10 "But"
"Demo" (でも) March 14, 2002
Koishi finds Kei having a conversation with Ichigo realising Ichigo set everything up and tries to kiss Kei but their kiss is interupted by Mizuho who runs and cries but Kei catches up to her and they kiss but Kei gets into a standstill.
11 "Teacher"
"Sensei" (せんせい) March 21, 2002
Kei gets into a serious standstill and Mizuho tries to get him out of it as we find out the true reason why Kei gets his standstills and enter Kei's subconcious.
12 "One More Time, Teacher"
"Mouichido tīchā" (もう一度ティーチャー) March 28, 2002
Mizuho gets sent back to her planet but returns to Earth so she can be with Kei, even though his memories of her are erased but in the end he still remembers her.
13 "Secret Couple"
"Himitsu na Futari" (ヒミツなふたり) October 25, 2002
Hatsuho and Maho visit Kei and Mizuho but when Mizuho tells Hatsuho about her and Kei Hatsuho kidnaps Kei and takes him to a hotel where she ties up Kei until Mizuho get there then Mizuho and Kei have sexual conduct.


Opening theme
"Shooting Star" by Kotoko

Ending themes

1. "Sora no Mori" by Kawada Mami
2. LOVE A RIDDLE" by Kotoko (episode 12)

Other songs

1. "Sora ha Kataranai" by Inoue Kikuko
2. "Ano Hi no Kimi e" by Kotoko
3. "I Can't Get Over Your Best Smile" by Kotoko

What do you think ??

I love this anime!!! One of the best ever i think and can't wait to see another Onegai In the future
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I love this anime as well, but wow that was a long first post!
Perhaps shorten it? I'm not sure if anyone is willing to read the entire thing
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Hmmm i was thinking that but people who havent seen it will see the plot bit i hope and others oo care will read u ...>.< i hope u read it
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Perhaps you should put this on the wiki?

That's what i was meaning... Talk to Hotsoup, he's the resident WIKI expert.
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This is from wiki ...maybe Cr wants to put it in there wiki ..
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32 / M / Inside people who...
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lol i like this anime too
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too long to read @[email protected] geting dizzy... n e ways i just think that a short boy looks weird loving a bib tit tecaher LOL >.< nyu~~ i prefer small ones =^_^= nyu~
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wow.. copied and pasted xD
this anime was good, lol.. the boy "faints" too much..

Edit: is there a Thread for Onegai Twins?..*
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lol i might do one for onegai twins if there isnt one ^^ uber long i think this was one of the best anime's kinda ecchii but not to much and the withdrawn thing was kool i just want them to make more.
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I love the last ep of the series. When the mother comes back and takes kei to a love hotel lmao
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This is the anime, that made me love anime. It'll always be one of my favourites.
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27 / M / Canada eh?!?!
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that was a good anime i loved it...... Onegai twins was a disappointment
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Aznkid2000 wrote:

that was a good anime i loved it...... Onegai twins was a disappointment

Not really i cant say it was better but it wasnt bad...
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ooo this one was good

so was the twins but they could have developed more of a deeper plot than what they did
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the opening song was good ^^
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