Mike Kamishiro, an independent computer programmer, bought a house after hearing about a report of a UFO seen in the area. However the house is not a compulsive purchase. His only recollection of the...
Miina and Karen search for jobs, and they are going to find it... At the Mike's School! But in interviews, everything leads to all sorts of misunderstandings that lead to disaster ... Maybe they can ...
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Maiku Kamishiro is a high school boy living by himself and trying to make ends meet by working as a programmer. He owns a photograph of himself as a young boy along with a little girl whom he believes is his long-lost twin sister. One day, he meets two cute teenage girls - Miina Miyafuji and Karen Onodera - who possess the very same photograph. Miina, and Karen even have the same eye color as Maiku. After much confusion, Maiku finally allows the two to stay in his house until he can find out which one is his real sister. On top of that, he must fend off the advances of his peers, including the class president and a homosexual classmate.Written by
When Karen and Miina go for the interview at the school, the names they come up with are Kikuko Inoue and Yayoi Inoue. Kikuko Inoue is the Japanese voice for Miss Kazami in Teacher/Twins (also Belldandy in A!MG and many more series). Yayoi Inoue is the name of Kikuko's sister See more »
[Marie dives for the Prech after he could not take it anymore from seeing Maiku and Tsubaki having a conversation and Maiku and Tsubaki fell to the floor as well as their canned drink which fell to the floor and spills. Marie successfully gets the Prech]
Senpai, are you alright? Huh?
[Maiku unexpectedly placed his hand on Tsubaki's breast as he unexpectedly presses her breast twice as the background with the hiragana shows "Ohh!" Tsubaki looks freaked and uncomfortable with her cheeks red]
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Onegai Teacher was one of the most gripping series I've ever seen for an anime with a neo-escapist sci-fi tone. I watched episode 1 out of pure curiosity and was hooked through all 12 episodes. The series employed some pretty good character development for the main cast and it's depth of suspenseful romance completely engulfed me for an anime. Definitely not intended for the shallow or unimaginative to see.
Onegai Twins, like all desperate sequels (that passes off as one that not is) to a good movie was just a plain nuisance to see. Definitely a product of a limited imagination cow-tailing to the desperate fantasies of a society that "has seen it all". Sexual relations (or at least the innuendo) with a member of the same family is a let down. Such a shame considering that the culture behind the anime genre, IMHO, have a limitless well of imagination to draw from. Even their worst however, is far better than western (American/Euro) developed animation. Hence my rating.
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