History Anime / TheIdolMaster

18th Dec '17 2:22:07 AM valar55
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* ClingyJealousGirl: Miki's reaction in the final episode when [[spoiler: the Producer reveals a wallet he received as a get-well present (really his Christmas gift) from Haruka]].

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* ClingyJealousGirl: Miki's reaction in the final episode when [[spoiler: the Producer reveals a [[spoiler:a wallet he received as a get-well present (really his Christmas gift) from Haruka]].
16th Dec '17 3:55:29 PM valar55
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''The iDOLM@STER'' is the second TV series based on [[VideoGame/TheIdolmaster the video game series of the same name]]. It is produced by Creator/A1Pictures and aired through [[Summer2011Anime the summer]] and Fall of 2011.

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''The iDOLM@STER'' is the second TV series based on [[VideoGame/TheIdolmaster the video game series of the same name]]. It is was produced by Creator/A1Pictures and aired through [[Summer2011Anime the summer]] and Fall of 2011.



* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: Hamzou. Arguably also a HypercompetentSidekick, especially since said ''critter'' can understand a ''TV show on cable''.

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* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: Hamzou. Arguably also a HypercompetentSidekick, especially since said ''critter'' critter can understand ''understand a ''TV TV show on cable''.
16th Dec '17 1:37:02 PM valar55
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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:[[BigBad President Kuroi]] convinces the audio technician from the Idol Jam to ''conveniently'' forget where he put the CD with the 765PRO idols songs. This comes to bites him in the rear, when Chihaya starts to sing "Nemuri Hime" in ''a cappella'', making the tech (and the crowd) be so moved by the scene that he restarts the audio in the next chorus, effectively creating a greater effect on the public than it would be if she had just started singing normally. Also, this little stunt was the last drop for his own group of Idols who didn't want to keep up with his crap anymore and quit his company ''before'' "Nemuri Hime" even ended.]]
* IdolSinger: Quite obviously a whole bunch of them, not only the girls on the 765PRO.

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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:[[BigBad President Kuroi]] convinces the audio technician from the Idol Jam to ''conveniently'' forget where he put the CD with the 765PRO idols songs. This comes back to bites bite him in the rear, when Chihaya starts to sing "Nemuri Hime" in ''a cappella'', making the tech (and the crowd) be so moved by the scene that he restarts the audio in the next chorus, effectively creating a greater effect on the public than it would be if she had just started singing normally. Also, this little stunt was the last drop straw for his own group of Idols idols who didn't want to keep up with his crap anymore anymore, and quit his company ''before'' "Nemuri Hime" even ended.]]
* IdolSinger: Quite obviously a whole bunch of them, not only the girls on the 765PRO.
6th Dec '17 10:49:14 AM valar55
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** One of Yayoi siblings sports this too.
* OddlyVisibleEyebrows: Take a look at the characters page' pictures.

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** One of Yayoi Yayoi's siblings sports this this, too.
* OddlyVisibleEyebrows: Take a look at the characters page' characters' page pictures.



* OneManArmy: Makoto beat the relay race practically by herself, since that (no thanks to Yayoi) Iori passed the batton to her in second-to-last place. [[AwesomeMoment And with an injured knee.]]

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* OneManArmy: Makoto beat the relay race practically by herself, since that (no thanks to Yayoi) Iori passed the batton to her in second-to-last place. [[AwesomeMoment And with an injured knee.]]



* PinkySwear: The Producer twice to Yukiho (episode 3) and Miki (episode 12).

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* PinkySwear: The Producer twice Producer, twice, to Yukiho (episode 3) and Miki (episode 12).



* PoorCommunicationKills: The Producer to Miki on episode 6, setting the chain of events that almost made her quit for good on episode 12. Though, to be fair, he ''was'' in the middle of what seemed to be an important phone call, and the fact that Miki kept talking to him despite the fact probably didn't help.

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* PoorCommunicationKills: The Producer to Miki on in episode 6, setting the chain of events that almost made her quit for good on in episode 12. Though, to be fair, he ''was'' in the middle of what seemed to be an important phone call, and the fact that Miki kept talking to him despite the fact it, probably didn't help.
5th Dec '17 9:09:06 AM valar55
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** The Futami twins are shooting a drama episode where this happens to the three sisters that are the played by the three girls from the Ryuugu Komachi.

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** The Futami twins are shooting a drama episode where this happens to the three sisters that are the played by the three girls from the Ryuugu Komachi.
4th Dec '17 3:52:27 AM valar55
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* RedHerring: The Producer's lines in the first episode aren't voiced, leading to believe that the adaptation of the game would be a ''literal'' adaptation.

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* RedHerring: The Producer's lines in the first episode aren't voiced, leading us to believe that the adaptation of the game would be a ''literal'' adaptation.
2nd Dec '17 12:05:12 PM valar55
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''The iDOLM@STER'' is the second TV series based on [[VideoGame/TheIdolmaster the video game series of the same name]]. It is produced by Creator/A1Pictures and aired through the [[Summer2011Anime the summer]] and Fall of 2011.

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''The iDOLM@STER'' is the second TV series based on [[VideoGame/TheIdolmaster the video game series of the same name]]. It is produced by Creator/A1Pictures and aired through the [[Summer2011Anime the summer]] and Fall of 2011.
27th Oct '17 3:00:16 PM nanakiro
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** The movie has a blink-and-you'll-miss-it poster of [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Hatsune Miku]] next to a Dearly Stars poster, but it was edited out for the Blu-ray release. Also serves as a MythologyGag to their crossovers in ''THE iDOLM@STER 2'' and ''Project DIVA'', where she was a rival idol in the former and could wear Haruka's clothes and sing "GO MY WAY!!" in the latter.
26th Oct '17 11:14:42 PM nanakiro
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* ButtMonkey: The Producer. Not a very strong example, especially considering how straight it's played for him in ''Manga/PetitIdolmaster'', but still the focus of a good part of the laughs, and implied to be more so off screen.

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* ButtMonkey: The Producer. Not a very strong example, especially considering how straight it's played for him his P-headed counterpart in ''Manga/PetitIdolmaster'', but still the focus of a good part of the laughs, and implied to be more so off screen.
26th Oct '17 11:09:36 PM nanakiro
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* EnforcedMethodActing: When schedules get more and more tight for the girls and they can't be as close as they used to anymore, Haruka starts to have doubts about herself and why she came into the industry in the first place. She unconsciously starts pouring these feelings into her audition for the beaten-down lead in a musical and ends up getting the part.

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* EnforcedMethodActing: In-universe. When schedules get more and more tight for the girls and they can't be as close as they used to anymore, Haruka starts to have doubts about herself and why she came into the industry in the first place. She unconsciously starts pouring these feelings into her audition for the beaten-down lead in a musical and ends up getting the part.
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