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
Some commercials for the show in Japan featured an early version of the opening theme, "Shooting Star", playing in the background. This version of the song has never been released. See more »
In the episode 'Mô, owari ni shiyô (#1.9)'Kei tells Herikawa that he can not be with her, Kei part in a hurry to meet with the teacher, in the sequence we see Kei running at the railroad crossing from right to left. Several shots after, we see Herikawa walking slowly through the same crossing from left to right, this is not consistent if both characters departed from the same point. See more »
This is a great anime, especially for unexperienced people to the anime/manga world. The storyline is as such, the main character, Mihuzo Kazami, is an alien sent from the galactic federation to observe earth, but poses as a teacher to blend in. She's half-human, father was an earthling, and super sexy. Kei Kusanagi, a student in the school with strange debilitating illness that renders him in a standstill, discovers her secret and is discovered with her by his principal. His disease causes him to blackout from stress and once was in a coma for 3 years, causing him to be 18 but to look 15 because for some reason his body did not age during his coma. He is the worlds only case, or is he? In order to save his sensei he declares that they are married as a cover up, to his principal, but his friends are the ones that the secret will be most unknown. They actually do marry to save the career of Mihuzo. A series of events take place with Kei and Mihuzo dealing with love, loss, jealousy, and of course, some comedic "suggestive" scenes. A word of advice for those new to anime, don't try watching all 12 episodes at once, it can really mess you up, believe me! But, then again, it truly is awesome.
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