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1. Junjou Romantica

Rated TV-MA
Junjou Romantica is an anime that follows the lives and loves of three shonen-ai (boy-love) couples. The stories are divided into 3 groups: Junjou Romantica, Junjou Egoist, and Junjou Terrorist. The first couple is Misaki and Akihito. It is the story about Misaki having to live with his brother's childhood friend, Akihito. Akihito is completely in love with Misaki's older brother, so he would do anything he asks of him, even if it means putting up with his idiotic, little brother. But, after Misaki's older brother gets marries, how will Akihito deal with the heartbreak? The story continues will Misaki consoling Akihito, but sometimes consoling turns into romance. Also, there is Hiroki, another one of Akihito's childhood friends, who is very in love with Akihito. The problem is, Akihito doesn't think of Hiroki in any way other than friendship. Luckily for Hiroki, he meets Nowaki. Nowaki stumbles upon the heartbroken Hiroki and asks him to become his tutor. As time passes, their relationship grows, but can Hiroki ever truly get over Akihito? Then there is Miyagi and Shinobu. Miyagi is a coworker of Hiroki, and he never misses a chance to tease him. In turn, Hiroki messes with Miyagi about his divorce. Miyagi doesn't really take it to heart, though, since he wasn't really in love with his ex-wife. He was somewhat happy to have her out of his life…but her little brother, Shinobu, wasn't letting Miyagi escape him. Shinobu believes that Miyagi is his "destined partner", and he refuses to let Miyagi get away…

5. Gintama

Nov 30, 2005  •  Rated TV-14
Based on the manga series of the same name created by Hideaki Sorachi, this show is a Japanese animation that takes place in Edo, Japan (former name of present day Tokyo). The Amanto, aliens from outer space, have taken over the country. The Amanto have suppressed the samurai's resistance by imposing a sword ban. Sakata Gintoki is one of the few remaining samurai. Along with Shimura Shinpachi, and an alien girl named Kagura, Sakata and his friends act as freelancers, taking jobs to pay for their rent. Opening themes: Pray - Tommy heavenly6 (1 - 24) 遠い匂い "Tooi Nioi"(Faraway Smell) - YO-KING (25 - 49) 銀色の空 "Gin Iro no Sora" (Silver Sky) - redballoon (50 - 75) かさなる影 "Kasanaru Kage" (Overlapping Shadow) - Hearts Grow (76 - 99) 曇天 "Donten" (Cloudy weather) - DOES (100 - 125) アナタMAGIC "Anata Magic" - Monobright (126 - current) Ending themes: 風船ガム "Fuusen Gam" (Bubble Gum) - Captain Straydum (1 - 13) Mr. Raindrop - amplified (14 - 24) 雪のツバサ "Yuki no Tsubasa" (Wings of Snow) - redballoon (25 - 37) Candy Line - Hitomi Takahashi (38 - 49) 修羅 "Shuura" - DOES (50 - 62) 奇跡 "Kiseki" (Miracle) - Snorkel (63 - 75) SIGNAL - KELUN (76 - 87) Speed of Flow - The Rodeo Carburettor (88 - 99) "Sanagi" - POSSIBILITY (100 - 112) This world is yours - Plingmin (113 - 125) I 、愛、会い "Ai, Ai, Ai " - GHOSTNOTE (126 - current) Japanese title (kanji): 銀魂Japanese title (hiragana): ぎんたまEnglish direct translation: Silver Soul

14. What I Like About You

Sep 20, 2002  •  Rated TV-PG
When their dad took a job in Japan, teenage livewire Holly Tyler (Amanda Bynes) and her straight-laced (twentysomething-year-old) sister, Valerie (Jennie Garth), move in together in New York City . Just when Val thought she had the perfect existence - a promising career in public relations, her own Upper West Side apartment (now Loft), and plenty of eligible men to date - everything in her neatly regimented life started to unravel the minute Holly stumbled through the door. Their new life together will take a lot of getting used to, but Val and Holly's relationship is stronger than ever. In early 2006, when The WB and UPN decided to combine to form a new network known as The CW, the number of WB and UPN shows being ported over to The CW were cut back in order to make room for new programming. This show was one of the many WB shows that suffered as a result of the networks joining, and was canceled in early 2006, and the series finale aired in March, leaving the final season at only 18 episodes. The WB's Broadcast History: September 2002-May 2003 Friday at 8:00pm June 2003-September 2003 Friday at 8:30pm September 2003-December 2003 Thursday at 9:00pm December 2003-May 2004 Fridays at 8:30pm June 2004-March 2006 Fridays at 8:00pm (Simulcast in HDTV starting with episode 23) Theme Song: Lillix's re-recording of The Romantics "What I Like About You" is used in season 1. It has been remixed in Season 2, 3 and 4. The original version (used in season 1) can be found on their album "Falling Uphill".
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