About Eikichi Onizuka, a 22-year-old ex-gangster member and a virgin. He has one ambition that no one ever expected from him. His solely life purpose is to become the greatest high school teacher ever.
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I saw this first on BS WOWOW, but never watched it again for I didn't know what it was, until an English version came out on AXN. I really enjoyed it and easily found the references to it. Others may find it annoying or cliché, but you gotta check it out. It's funny and another cool copy of Tenchi and Ranma just like Love Hina, except with an Evangelion twist. It is another one of those 13/14 episode type anime, or low budget ones, that is short lived, but still good. The main character looks just like Tenchi, he has the uniform of Makoto Mizuhara, and the reactions Shinji has. It's like they made a Tenchi version of that guy. But it is still funny. Recommended for fans of Tenchi, Ranma, and Love Hina, and for those that find Evangelion too intense. An ideal alternative for it too!
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