Three young men are living the good life as carefree bachelors when one day a young boy suddenly shows up at their door with a note reading "Take this kid in." Where did he come from? Are ... See full summary »
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Chikau Satô
(11 episodes, 2002)
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Three young men are living the good life as carefree bachelors when one day a young boy suddenly shows up at their door with a note reading "Take this kid in." Where did he come from? Are one of the three his father? And will his mother ever come back? Whatever the answers, they now have their hands full with their new charge. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Be Nice to People  »

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Referenced in Weakest link: Hitori gachi no hôsoku: Episode #1.1 (2002) See more »

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Be Nice To People
19 January 2003 | by (Dallas, Texas) – See all my reviews

The title is a little misleading. The story line for this TV series is that three friends are faced with looking after a boy, Akira. The three men look after the boy almost as if they were just playing a "Big Brother" role in his life. They become very attached to him almost right away and treat him like "one of the guy's." They all care quite abit about each other.

The series is in all Japanese with English sub's. People that do not like reading subtitles would not enjoy the show much, but it's worth watching if you don't mind the extra work involved.

Over all the show is a light hearted drama with plenty of laughs with a few heart braking moments here and there. It's like a Japanese TV version of BigDaddy.


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