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The anime series, Listen to Me, Girls. I Am Your Father is based on the Japanese light novel of パパのいうことを聞きなさい!, Papa no Iukoto wo Kikinasai! in a plane crash, he is left to care for his sister's three daughters from her marriage. "Happy Girl" by Eri Kitamura while "Coloring" by Yui Horie is used for the ending. Thus, while the outcome of Papa no Iukoto o Kikinasai! is not probable by any stretch, it is an ending that the characters deserve. As the main. 14 years old), a little demon (Miu, 10 years old) and a baby girl (Hina, 3 years old), two of which are from a previous marriage and not related.
A year later, I reviewed RDG: In this post, I will merely be reviewing them based on my memories of what I can remember feeling while watching said anime: Papa no Iukoto o Kikinasai! I started Papa no Iukoto o Kikinasai! Movie came out, and watched the episodes several at a time during the mornings prior to my MCAT courses. Though somewhat unrealistic, seeing the dedication and lengths to which Yuuta would go to keep their family together was touching.
Despite its frequent use of comedy, Papa no Iukoto o Kikinasai! The first season was worth watching, so I would probably see such a continuation through to the end. I vaguely recall that Papa no Iukoto o Kikinasai!
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Thus, while the outcome of Papa no Iukoto o Kikinasai! My memories of Papa no Iukoto o Kikinasai! What happened to Papa no Iukoto o Kikinasai!? I finished in late July: I therefore spent most of my days reviewing concepts and doing practise full-length exams. Between the studying, I could barely find the willpower to write about or even watch anime- breaks were directed at watching Survivorman or playing Team Fortress 2 with a bit of MicroVolts.
By the time exam day rolled around, my thoughts were a million klicks from Papa no Iukoto o Kikinasai! I spent the remainder of the summer on a publication. However, these circumstances notwithstanding, Papa no Iukoto o Kikinasai! Kokoro Connect July also saw me begin Kokoro Connect. I admit that the K-On! After a hasty funeral, Yuuta's relatives began arguing over custodianship and distribution of the three daughters Yuri and Shingo — the youngest of which is their only true child — left behind.
Yuuta, baffled by their disregard as to how the girls, closely-knit though born of different mothers, would feel about this, decides to man up and adopts them all. Yuuta's life has definitely made a turnaround: Despite the hardships of his new life, Yuuta, with some help from his friends at the Street Observation Research Club — portly Club President Shuntarou Sako, his handsome best friend Kouichi Nimura, and buxom college sweetheart Raika Oda — vows to persevere and prove himself worthy to be his nieces' legal guardian.
Papa no Iukoto o Kikinasai! Listen To Me, Girls.
I am Your Father! As of present it is one of Japan's bestselling light novels, and has spawned six manga adaptations aimed at various demographics and an Animated Adaptation aired from January to March12 Episodes. For those in the US, the anime series can be legally viewed at Crunchyroll. Manga Adaptations, the Papakiki! Papa no Iukoto o Kikinasai!: Shounenrunning on Jump SQ magazine. Art by Youhei Takemura.
Shoujorunning on Cookie magazine. Art by Tomoo Katou. Seinenrunning on Weekly Young Jump magazine. Art by Hirotsugu Miyano.
Art by Tatsuma Ejiri. Seinenran on Ultra Jump magazine, One single Volume. Art done by a different artist for each chapter. Shoujorunning on Cobalt magazine.
These character-centered adaptations occur at different time periods, spanning weeks to months before or after Yuri and Shingo's disappearance, so they rarely overlap with each other; a fan made guide can be found in the trivia tab.
Apart from the these semi-canonical adaptations, the Papakiki! Love for a father-figure, and love for a great friend.
Baka-Tsuki has a translation project for the Light Novels. Yuuta is not used to living with girls, young ones at that, and lives in a cramped six-tatami house, so he tends to walk in on the girls in the most inappropriate moments, such as while changing and using the bathroom — and that's just at home; he even pulls this off in college, mostly to Raika, who doesn't seem to mind.
An in-universe version happens in episode 5 of the anime. Yuuta's fellow tenant, whose part-time job is a minor seiyuu, first introduces herself holding a watermelon to her head just like an evil minion in the Show Within a Show that Hina and Miu are watchingand when she decides to leave, she says "For now, I must take my leave! The villainess in the show utters that exact same phrase seconds later, causing Miu to have a Double Take.
Sora seems a bit overwhelmed at Raika's bust size while the two are bathing together in episode 7. The manga has five spinoffs, each centered on various characters and set on various time periods before or after Yuri and Shingo's disappearance: Episode 9 focuses largely on Miu. And 10 on Sora. Some of the manga have started to overlap recently, showing different depictions of a single event. Naturally, three-year-old Hina speaks these; this is more pronounced in the manga and novels, though characters seem to have no problem understanding anything she says.
In Usagi no Mark this comes in masses, as it deals with Hina's kindergarten life, there are other children of her age to join in the baby talk.
In the anime, both the first and final episodes feature the girls springing a surprise to their father. But Not Too Foreign: Miu is born of a Russian mother. The girls meet a kindly old woman at the beginning of episode 7, who easily makes friends with Hina. They meet her again in the next episode, under the same circumstances. That woman turns out to be the landlady whose daughter gave Yuuta the eviction notice.
The older woman was able to convince her daughter to pull back the notice. Nimura attracts college girls. To his credit, he doesn't act incredibly perverted — he believes in treating girls as nice as possible, even if they're just on a one-night stand.
Yuuta doesn't fare badly either. Sasha might just be playing The Tease. Hina is only 3 years old and as a result isn't able to comprehend the seriousness of what happened to her parents. None of the other characters really want to talk to her about it either, largely due to their uncertainty on how Hina would react when she learns her parents will never come back. And then she straight up asks about why they've been gone so long in episode Yuuta begins to notice that he used to live as a carefree college student before taking the girls in; now he has to think seriously about expenses and raising them, and even confronts his relatives who doubt his ability to become a father-figure.
Also his relationships with his friends became closer because of the girls. Raika, the buxom beauty of the Street Observation Research Club. In Rojou Kansatsu Kenkyuu Nisshi her ditziness is more notable, is oblivious to her schoolmates' admiration, doesn't take pride of or even notice her looks, and doesn't mind accidentally exposing herself to her clubmates or Yuuta's nieces. The five manga spinoffs besides the main one expand the series universe; treated individually the spinoffs rarely overlap with each other's events.
Yoshiko Sahara, Yuuta's paternal aunt, is his only relative willing to give him a chance to prove himself a worthy father-figure to the Takanashi sisters. She is the biological daughter of Yuri and thus the only one of the three girls who is directly related to Yuuta.
She is very friendly and unafraid of strangers. She sometimes mispronounces words, often leaving out certain consonants. She normally addresses Yuuta as Oji-san but has trouble with the "j" and "s" sounds so it comes out as Oi-tan little uncle.
She is a fan of the heroine anime, Luna Luna Seven. Whenever Hina mentions her parents' names, Yuuta and the elder sisters did their best to keep her cheerful till she emotionally accepts they're in heaven. In the OVA, she begun her second-grade in elementary school and speaks clearly. She is the only female member in the Street Observation Research Society.
Every time Sako has perverted thoughts or is crude, she beats him with a giant paper fan. Despite being very attractive, she does not reveal her emotions easily and dislikes talking with anyone except for Yuuta.
Raika is a very good cook, particularly in Japanese cuisine and likes to tease Yuuta. She especially loves cute things, and upon encountering them her personality changes. This also applies to Yuuta's nieces including Sora, who does not like Raika because she is jealous of Raika's relationship with Yuuta; ironically see her a maternal figure.
He is a good friend of Yuuta's and a womanizer. He insists that his house is only for entertaining girls. As a result, he almost never stays at his home and instead spends time at Yuuta's apartment, or at one of his affairs' places. He is however a very caring friend and will help out with chores on his own initiative. He also helps Yuuta keep Sako away from his nieces and has a soft spot for Miu.