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When Alice is discovered motionless on the floor surrounded by meat one day at the Rainsworth Estate, the all-knowing Detective Break takes it upon himself to find the culprit. Then, whether Gilbert is attempting to quit smoking for the ninth time, Sharon trying to open Alice’s eyes to the world of romance, or the Cheshire Cat deciding to vent his frustration to a fellow feline, it's sure that Oz and the gang will never have a quiet moment between them.
Both of these DVD specials are filled with hilarious antics that were just a little too silly for the actual show, but make for a great special. If you enjoyed one of these, be sure to check out the other.
Both of these specials are filled with completely funny antics that would have looked out of place in the actual show because of the more serious tone it took. If you enjoyed one of these, be sure to check out the other and the series attatched to it.
Now that filming for the anime is over, the stars have one last job to do – review the series in their own special way. While the energetic Soubi is excited at the prospect, all Ritsuka wants is to go home. Whether speculating about supposed ‘deleted scenes’ or gossiping about what happened when the cameras stopped rolling, nothing is sacred when it comes to the pair’s unique methods of reflection.
These two hilarious specials aren't the same plot wise... H&C Specials actually *have* plot whereas the Loveless Specials don't, but their sense of humor is a bit over the top and if you enjoyed one of these chances are you will like the other as well.
High school student Koyuki Seri has a disposition for whipping out witty retorts... but hates people who wait for those retorts! Much to his dismay, he had caught the eye of Hanadori Kabuto, who suffers from a terrible case of delusions of grandeur and everything about him could warrant a retort. Seri swears that he will never utter a retort about Kabuto, but he just can't hold back. Not to mention, there seem to be even more strange people gathering around him...
Yukihisa Matsuda is the conceited conductor of the Rising Star Orchestra, who has come to Paris to show off his "superior skills". However, despite his best laid plans and supreme self confidence, Yukihisa is in for a night from hell. After being unceremoniously dumped in front of Chiaki, the young lethario drags his unwilling rival out to a restaurant with the false premise of teaching him the way to be successful in an orchestra. Following an embarrassing meeting with Nodame, Yukihisa finds himself back on the street alone thinking that surely his evening can’t possibly get any worse...
It's summer vacation, and the delighted Chiaki, Nodame, Mine and Masumi are on their way to the Nagano Music Festival. When the irritable Chiaki falls asleep in the car, the rest of the gang decide to take a quick detour and head to the beach, much to the sleeping conductor's distress once he awakens. Now, as Nodame and the others begin to enjoy themselves and make the most of the sun, sea and sand, Chiaki attempts to hide his intense fear of the ocean and put on a brave face, no matter what it takes...