In this sci-fi romantic comedy, An alien is ordered to investigate earth, making sure that it's teachers are doing well, so she becomes a teacher herself. When she shows up, however, she is seen by one of the students, and must keep him quiet. He escapes into her ship and is transported to another realm, and she has to keep him from being erased. In the mean time, she begins to fall in Love with him, and due to a misunderstanding, they are forced to get married. Now, they must keep her identity and their marriage a secret, and try to live out normal lives. Written by
Mizuho speaks about the history of her father, which begins in 2009 when he was rescued from a spacecraft that was off the track, after he met the Mizuho's Mother and she was born, she suggests having more or less 21 years, therefore, the year when all the plot happens could be 2030 or 2032. See more »
In the beginning, Kei hits Marie which is the interface of the spacecraft. When this happens, the ship is out of control. At the moment when this happens, Kazami requests to be teleported to the bridge, but she doesn't use the phrase "This is a Priority One", as this is the phrase that carries the action. See more »
When I first heard about this series from a friend,she told me that it was of her favorite anime. But when I watched the preview of this series on one of my .hack//sign volumes,it was truly amazing. I had to see for myself if it was the best,and it was. But when my Father bought me this series in a box set on my 24th Birthday,it was cool. My favorite characters in this show are:Kei.Mizuho,and Minoru. What this really explains is that life is very hard. We all need to move forward,and try to get through like Kei. Another thing that is cool about the series is the roles of Mizuho,and Minoru. It was cool that Michael McConnohie,and Ruby Marlowe got to play those roles,and they do make a good team. So in closing,if you looking for something to see, see this one. This is a priority one,and will see what I mean.
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