GTO: Season 1, Episode 21

Revolution Everywhere (13 Feb. 2000)

TV Episode  -   -  Animation | Comedy | Drama
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Eikichi Onizuka (voice) (as Steven Jay Blum)
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Student / Mutou / CM Director (voice) (as Marvin Lee)
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A Great Episode About Azusa
11 October 2014 | by (Faversham, England) – See all my reviews

This is a great episode because it bothers to give Azusa a backstory on what inspires to be a teacher which was far better then the horrendously shallow back story she got in the manga.

Azusa worked at a bed and breakfast, her bosses daughter told her of her teacher and Azusa soon found herself helping with the classes of a beloved teacher Ms. Sagara. Azusa's experiences with Ms. Sagara and her class inspire her to be a teacher.

This and the subsequent episode had great character particularly for Azusa because it shows her past and what inspires her to be a teacher. Episodes 21 and 22 alone give more depth to her character.

One of the best episodes in the series of one of the greatest anime adaptations ever created. Also shows the superior approach of the anime writers to the original manga creator.


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