Aki had just become a family with Inaho and his three children when suddenly, his life came to an end.
Can she really become a mother for these children to whom she's nothing but a stranger? If she tries will they ever accept her as their real mother?
When those around her advice her to return home and leave the children to their fate she's at a loss of what to do
Junichi is a scout recruiting girls for work in night clubs; but in contrast to what he does, he is actually a sentimental person at heart. Nanami, who is a music teacher at a junior high school, wishes that something would happen to change the course of her ordinary life. Being from a high-class family and having committed to an arranged marriage with a government official, she and the street smart Junichi are from two different worlds. Their initial meetings always ended in disdain for the other, but when Junichi helps her find some sheets of music precious to her, she begins to think that he could change her life. Although it goes against everything that her upbringing has taught her, Nanami decides to give him a chance. --TBS
Conan is an American late-night talk show featuring Conan O'Brien as host.
Can a woman of a certain age be a mom, a successful career woman and still be on the prowl? Jules Cobb (Courteney Cox) is about to give it a try.
In a small Florida town, the center of high society is the Cougars high school football team... which is wildly appropriate since this town is the natural habitat for over-tanned, under-dressed divorcées prowling for younger men. Jules desperately doesn't want to be one of them, but with an ugly divorce behind her and 40 staring right back at her, she's longing for a little more action in her life. The available men her own age, like her silver fox of a neighbor, Grayson Ellis, only seem interested in dating barely legal hotties -- which is awkward considering he's also her teenage son Tad's therapist. Egged on by her very married and very irre...
After the defeat of the Demon Lord Hadlar, all of the monsters were unleashed from his evil will and peace reigned supreme around the world once again. Some of those monsters and demons, freed now from Hadlar's command, moved to the island of Delmurin to live in peace. Dai, the young protagonist of the series, is the only human living on the island. Having been raised by the kindly monster magician Brass and with his best friend Gome (a play of words for "Golden Metal Slime"), Dai grows up to dream of becoming a hero, even despite the efforts of Brass to train him -without success- into the ways of a magician.
Some events would happen on this island which would strengthen Dai's dream of becoming a true hero. One of these events is the visit of some false heroes who wanted to kidnap Gome f...
Mido Ban and Amano Ginji, is known as the "GetBackers" whose motto is "If it's stolen, we can steal it back!". And the GetBackers' success rate is always 100%.
Always waiting around the Honky Tonk, clients call in to ask the GetBackers to retrieve something for them. And so, Ban and Ginji go through many weird and bizarre cases as they set forth to "get back" the belongings...
A workplace comedy with a romantic twist, "Ground Floor" is set in the modern world of corporate America. The show centers on Brody, a young hot-shot banker at Whitestone Trust who thought he was just having a one-night stand with Jennifer, a beautiful woman he met at a bar. But when he discovers that she works in maintenance for the building where he works, their worlds begin to collide in the most unexpected way. Facing Brody’s critical boss, Mr. Mansfield, as well as annoyed colleagues, the pair must find a way to deal with their growing feelings for each other in this modern take on Romeo & Juliet.
Razor Ramon HG (レイザーラモン HG、occasionally Razor Ramon Sumitani) is the performing name of Masaki Sumitani (住谷正樹 Sumitani Masaki), a Japanese comedian, wrestler and tarento ("talent"). His act gained national attention and popularity when featured on the "Bakushō Mondai no Bakuten!" (Daibakuten) Saturday variety show on TBS Television in Japan, in 2005.
Welcome to the Hoshi no Kirby guide at TV Tome. It's me, Wackoman.EXE! Mwahaha. I will get a picture from the episodes very soon. As you probably don't know, Hoshi no Kirby is the Kirby show in Japan. (also known as Kirby Right Back At Ya in North America) It is much better than the one in America. Hoshi no Kirby has some really good parts. But when it comes to America, the dub all the good stuff out and make it for a younger audience. Well, in the episode guide, I will only post episodes that have been shown in Jappan only! What I mean is, there are some episodes of Kirby that don't make it to North America. I will only post ones that didn't make it. I might later on, post the Japanese names of the episodes shown in America. If you would like to know wh...
The Shiranui clan have planned for 2000 years to conquer Japan, in retaliation for being banished from the country by the Yamato clan (who eventually become known as the Japanese people). Each member of the clan controls a gigantic robot warrior in order to overthrow the "Yamato Government," as they call it. In response to the threat, Japan's National Security Organization send agent Gentaro Shizuka (Shoji Ishibashi), best described as a singing cowboy, to stop their plans with the assistance of comical, mountain climbing-clad, Goro Kirishima (Mitsuo Hamada). In an unusual direction for such tokusatsu (visual effects) programs, it is not Gentaro but Goro who has the power to become the giant cybernetic hero Iron King by touching the medals on his Turning Hat, and shouting "Iron Shock!" wh...