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Fruits Basket 1st Season Episode 7 - Spring Comes

A nervous Tohru visits the main Soma estate for her meeting with Hatori. There, she finds out the backstory behind Hatori's seemingly harsh attitude toward her.

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See You After School

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See You After School

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They’re All Animals!

Let’s Play Rich Man-Poor Man!

Episode 3

Let’s Play Rich Man-Poor Man!

What Year Is She?

Episode 4

What Year Is She?

I’ve Been Fooling Myself

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I’ve Been Fooling Myself

Perhaps We Should Invite Ourselves Over

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Perhaps We Should Invite Ourselves Over

Spring Comes

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Spring Comes

See You When You Get Back

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See You When You Get Back

Yuki Was My First Love

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Yuki Was My First Love

It’s Valentine’s, After All

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It’s Valentine’s, After All

This Is a Wonderful Inn

Episode 11

This Is a Wonderful Inn

You Look Like You’re Having Fun

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You Look Like You’re Having Fun

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