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If you like Hyatt for some particularly odd reason, you'll like Mutsumi Otohime.
Similar dark mood but better action.
If you liked the parody undertones in Nadesico, you'll probably like Abenobashi too.
If you like parodies, Abenobashi is the way to go. Very funny, especially if you've seen your fair share of anime.
Alien Nine has a certain perverse element to it, one that I think is also in NTHT. Watch it.
Bunch of girls having funny adventures.... Highly recommended
Okay, besides the similarity between Mint's and Mahoro's disguises, there is probably very little in common. But still a good funny show that would probably be just as addictive.
If you care more for the romantic nature of Love Hina, check out KKNJ. Excellent series.
If you like unusual plot lines, I would have to recommend Alien 9. At first, it looks like a cutesy action series, but rest assured it is quite bizarre.
Similar concept (young girl with alien symbiant fight other aliens) but with a completely different tone and style.
Parody parody parody... funny stuff, if you've watched enough anime. It holds some of the same fairy tale storybook feel to it.
Series begins very similar, girl hates guy, only to realize she actually loves him, except with younger kids. Funny at times.
While there are some parody themes in Galaxy Angel, Abeno is all about parodying. Very funny of course.
Another comedy/parody of sorts... Really really fun also.
Cutesy funny... Probably too sweet for many fans, but worth trying once.
Crazy insanity in somewhat less than pure form (it has a plot, unlike Excel)
Similar storyline (main character finds out they are an angel, sent back to do something) and similar mood and tone.
Another sci-fi/mecha/comedy series, more oriented toward parody and humor.
Kind of a wierd jump into fairy tales. I first watched it because someone told me it looked very FLCL-ish (hard to say what it is, but it does, kind of) and whatever it is, I've been a fan of it ever since.
The quintessential "One guy, x number of girls" series.
Similiar slice-of-life feel but with a moving plotline.