Mahoro, a female combat android, had an excellent track record working for the military organization Vesper. However, while on one mission, her creator is killed, and despite it not being her fault, she feels a terrible guilt. Due to her limited lifespan, she's decomissioned and taken out of combat, allowing her to expend her energy at a slower rate while living a civilian life. She decides to repay her creator by taking care of his son, Suguru, working as a maid at the boy's residence. The two get along wonderfully, but Mahoro constantly finds herself at odds with others in Suguru's life; the most bizarre of which being his lecherous high school teacher. To complicate matters further, Mahoro's past comes back to haunt her, as adversaries from her days at Vesper return with the intent to fight her. Through it all, Mahoro does her best to live as happy a life as she can, knowing that she has less than a year before her lifespan ends. Written by
5 October 2001 (Japan)
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Also Known As:
Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden 'Something More Beautiful'
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Did You Know?
, Manabi Mizuno
and Yumi Kikuchi
, who play the three friends Chizuko, Rin and Miyuki (aka the Triomatic), are also the singers of the show's ending songs "Mahoro de Mambo" and "Triomatic Ran! Ran! Ran!". See more
[upon finding Suguru's collection of "adult" magazines
I think that dirty thoughts are very bad. And you want to know what else I think? I think that women's breasts are important vessels which exist to provide nourishment for babies, and should never be looked at lewdly by a young male person. I am certain that your mother taught you that important lesson when she raised you, and yet there you are looking at women's breasts inside a dirty magazine with lewdness in your eyes. I understand the ...
After the credits, there is a Satellite Poem, which is a poem, read by Mahoro, which is essentially her ramblings as she goes about her job. Notably, These are the source of most of the titles, instead of the plot. See more
Lyrics by Kiyomi Kumano
Music, Arrangements by Toshio Masuda
Vocals by Ayako Kawasumi
Courtesy of Pioneer LDC See more