All Onegai☆Teacher released episodes
Tell Me, Teacher
One night while Kei Kusanagi is resting by a lake he sees a UFO crash into it. He jumps to his feet and suddenly sees a glowing woman appear on the lake. He runs away screaming but his world abruptly goes blank and he enters a â€œstandstillâ€�. The next day at school, the class has a new teacher named Mizuho Kazami who turns out to be the strange woman from the previous night! Was it all a dream? And what will happen when Mizuho is Keiâ€™s new neighbor?
I Can't Get Married Anymore
After the incident the previous night, both Kei and Mizuho are worried. Mizuho doesn't want her secret to be revealed, but doesn't know what to do. Kei also doesn't know what he should do or how he should explain all this to his uncle. But, what will happen when Kei and Mizuho are locked in an equipment shed overnight? Even worse, what will happen when the principle finds them?!
This Isn't Right, Teacher
Kei is sitting at a desk staring at the marriage certificate while Mizuho is showering. He seems reluctant to sign. Mizuho comes out of the shower and Kei is so surprised he accidentally presses the stamp down, therefore stamping his signature on it. Mizuho and Kei are now married. In the principals office Kei and Mizuho are told that they should keep their marriage a secret. The Principal says he understands as he married a student. In the classroom Hyosuke and the others are talking about how strange Kei has been acting lately. On his way home Minoru tells him that he must live with Mizuho in case the principal comes to check on them. When he gets home Mizuho is waiting from him in a wedding dress. Konoha says that since the paper work was so bland it would be a good idea if they have a little ceremony. Minoru gives Kei a ring to give Mizuho, he places it on her hand. They go to kiss when Kei hears Hyosuke called for him from outside. (There are many interrupted kisses in this series
Actually, I Think I Love You
Kei is watching TV and Mizuho is grading papers. Kei thinks about how different Mizuho is from when she is at school. Mizuho tells Kei that his grades are bad and that he needs to improve on them. Kei thinks about how after you marry you learn things about your spouse you never knew. Mizuho picks Kei out in class for not paying attention. Later Hyosuke picks on him for it. Kei says that he's one to talk and Hyosuke showed everyone his test; his grade was 97. The others go on about how it is a miracle how Hyosuke is so book smart yet his intelligence in the real world is nothing. Hyosuke tell them it's because of Mizuho. Herikawa offers to help and Kei and Mizuho sees them talking. Mizuho talks to Kei about his grades. On their way home the boys talk about how they should have failed the test so Mizuho would be able to have a personal talk with them. When Kei gets home there is a message from Mizuho saying that she has a teachers meeting and will be late. She tells him he should go to M
For That Teacher, I...
Kei and Mizuho go to the beach and stay at a hotel for their honeymoon. Unfortunately, things go wrong when they see Kei's friends turn up to stay at the same hotel. Two of Kei's friends begin to take steps beyond friendship.
Let's Begin After We Start
Kei and Mizuho get an unexpected awkward visit from Mizuho's flirty mother and annoying sister.
Don't Cry Teacher
Mizuho's sister Maho sees what she thinks to be Kei making Mizuho cry so she tries to get rid of Kei but in the end starts to gain a crush on him.
Mizuho and Kei get into an argument which causes Kei to meet up with Koishi later that day where she expresses her love to Kei but Kei rejects her and rushes to Mizuho before Matagu can ask her out.
Let's End It Now
Ichigo finds out that Kei rejected Koishi's feelings so Ichigo tries to confront Kei but ends up in a standstill revealing her secret to Kei who leaves Mizuho to date Koishi so Ichigo doesn't end up in a standstill.
"Onegai Teacher" is a series I avoided watching for a quite a while despite its popularity at the time I was getting into anime. One of the reason I avoided it was because back then, I didn't think I would like romance anime. Eventually, I came across it being aired on an internet TV channel. So I watched it. And I hated it. Now, several years on, and having watched and liked plenty of anime of the romance genre, I've come to realise that it's not anime romance that I hate per se - it's bad anime romance. And the romance in "Onegai Teacher" isn't just bad... it's diabolical.But then, what do you expect, given the premises of "Onegai Teacher" (which, by the way, is my second reason for avoiding it for so long)? I mean... just look at its synopsis: An undercover alien - and it just so happens that she's a beautiful woman - who is working as a teacher has her secret identity discovered by a student. And this students ends up having to marry her in order to protect her... this has got to be a bad joke right? RIGHT? Sadly, it's not even a joke - the anime is dead serious about its story, and it is every bit as ridiculous as the synopsis suggests. So anyone who is put off by that should probably avoid this show at all cost (unless they're up for a good laugh about how bad it is). Rather unsurprisingly, the worst aspect of "Onegai Teacher" is its farcical story. The whole student marrying his fit teacher scenario is obviously a fantasy of forbidden love lifted straight out of someone's head and, like a typical fantasy of this type, it's seriously lacking in the coherency department. The whole thing is weakly held together by gimmicks, contrived twists and bucketload of cliched coincidences and compromising situations of the type often found in harems.Hand in hand with the bullsh\*t story is a weak cast of characters. Thanks to the unbelievably convoluted storyline, the characters are little more than poor puppets, constantly doing inexplicable things for inexplicable reasons, just so that the latest "twist" will keep the story on its intended track. As a result, most of them come off as horribly unconvincing. The majority of the characters have undeveloped personalities. The severity of the underdevelopment seems inversely proportional to the amount of screen time for the most part. Topping the leaderboard, we have the main characters Kei (the student) and Mizuho (the teacher). Kei is your average harem lead type loser, with a personality so bland that perhaps the most remarkable thing about him is how utterly unremarkable he is. Oh yeah, he's also armed with what's got to be one of the biggest character plot device gimmick ever - his "stand still" syndrome, which I nearly forgot about due to the overpowering blandness of his personality. As for Mizuho, note that the second half of the opening credits of "Onegai Teacher" mostly consist of her in various cute poses as though she's modelling for some "Monthly Moe" magazine... and that pretty much sums up what she does for most of the show neatly - even her voice sounds like that of a pr0n star.At the other end of the spectrum, we have the ship constrol system with an overdeveloped personality. The ship control system actually has a physical form - it's an obnoxious little... thing (for lack of a better word) called Maria. Despite just being a ship control system, it's been given a personality that, amongst other things, has a tendency to meddle in people's lives... presumably so that it can give the story a convenient push in the right direction when it needs it. It's probably meant to be a amusing, cute little mascot, but as you may have guessed already, I found it to be an annoying little sh\*t instead.The only character that I kinda liked is Herikawa, whose personality seems genuine enough that I was able to sympathise with her problems. I found out later that she is voiced by my favourite voice actress, so that might have something to do with it. Another character worth mentioning is only worth mentioning for being outstandingly annoying - it's that ultra cliched girl with the monotonous voice. I honestly don't see the point in those type of characters, and I can't even begin to describe how that flat, emotionless voice grated on my nerves. Good characterisation are often backed up good script. The reverse is also true. The piss poor characters of "Onegai Teacher" is underlined by its corny, lathargically repetitive script. In addition to having one of the lamest catch phrases ever - "It's top priority!" or "It's very important" depending on the translation (and it's one that doesn't improve with highly repetitive use either) - half the dialogues seem to involve calling Kei an idiot in one way or another. Most of the character's own monologues also involve calling Kei an idiot. OK! OK! I get it already - Kei's an idiot... I could have told you that from about 2 min into the first episode! Also, about half the epsiodes seems to end with our "hero" saying things along the lines of "It finally feels like the teacher and I are moving on!" Well, they seem to have trouble moving on from the same two lines in the script, let alone anything else!The one good aspect of "Onegai Teacher" is the music. Even though I didn't think the opening theme was all that, the rest of the music is several leagues above the story content in terms of quality. There's not much to complain about the animation either, though Mizuho's hair colour stands out in a bad way for being pink/purple. All these matters little though, as the story and the characters are what makes "Onegai Teacher" an unsalvageable wreck. Ultimately, "Onegai Teacher" is as bad, if not worse, than its title and synoposis suggest. It's an abomination of a romantic comedy where the attempted romance drama fails miserably thanks to its ludicrous story, and where the comedy is as lame as a legless camel (I suppose you could argue that's gone beyond lame, but lets not be too pedantic). Still, I can't deny that I laughed quite a lot - not with it, but at it, because it's one of those shows that's so bad it's actually really, really funny.One thing that does surprise me about "Onegai Teacher" though, is that it doesn't contain any obvious fanservice despite the nature of its premises. But if you're disappointed to hear that, don't worry - there's an OVA episode that makes up for this oversight... but that's another review for another day.
Try to watch and feel the same suffering i have. Good luck!! ♪───Ｏ（≧∇≦）Ｏ────♪
most people hate this show but i liked it a lot however there are a few things i did not like first the voice acting in Japanese and English was not the best second the side characters i found got in the way to much and were extremely annoying third the animation was not the best it could have been better. the story is quite unigue although it had some romance cliches i found the romance to be the best part of this show and for the people that say he is a student well just remember IT'S AN ANIME like it or hate it but give it a chance i gave it a chance despite the bad reviews and i liked it it was entertaining
Episode Director, Storyboard
Episode Director, Storyboard
Theme Song Performance
Theme Song Performance, Theme Song Lyrics
Theme Song Performance
Theme Song Composition, Music
Theme Song Arrangement, Theme Song Composition, Music