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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 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 »
I don't quite know how but while I was surfing the net I came across a random advert for "Please Teacher" first thoughts it was an episode of Pokemon. Well I decided to watch an episode of it and I was surprised and joyed to find out its not yet another kids cartoon. Its something that I never watched before, a Japanise cartoon with a more adult theme and less repetitive. The series was well spaced out over 12 episodes and an extra one which just gives you a nice little extra.
Anyway focusing on the series, its a story revolving around a teenager who falls in love an alien teacher (believe it or not, hence the name). So after you are introduced to the character etc. it begins to unfold in a various variety of events that challenge their relationship and other around them. I was hooked on this from beginning to end and so by the sounds of it so were many others.
In conclusion, I'm no anime nerd and if you never have watched one of these adult themed cartoons I would recommend this one for sure. A great contrast of characters and fun story line. Well don't just take it from me go and watch it and make your judgement on it.
All the best to review readers. Luke.
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