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18th Mar '18 1:24:51 PM Malady
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** In episode 6, when Inami meets Kazue, one of Souta's older sisters, for the first time, she says she "lays him out all the time". She meant she hits him, but it could also be taken as ThisAndThat.

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** In episode 6, when Inami meets Kazue, one of Souta's older sisters, for the first time, she says she "lays him out all the time". She meant she hits him, but it could also be taken as ThisAndThat.a SexualEuphemism.
29th Dec '17 7:57:39 AM Assassin-sensei
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An anime adaptation aired in the spring of 2010. The series has been picked up by [[Creator/NipponIchi NIS America]] in their anime collection in an English sub-only format under the title ''Wagnaria!!'', [[InternetBackdraft with polarizing reactions]] [[FlameWar from the fans]] regarding to the title change.

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An anime adaptation aired in the spring of 2010. The series has been picked up by [[Creator/NipponIchi NIS America]] in their anime collection in an English sub-only format under the title ''Wagnaria!!'', [[InternetBackdraft with polarizing reactions]] [[FlameWar from the fans]] regarding to the title change.
change. Furthermore, their license for the first season expired in November 2015, causing it to fall out-of-print.



The series was licensed for home video release by [[Creator/NipponIchi NIS America]] in North America, though their license for the first season expired in November 2015, causing it to fall out-of-print.
29th Dec '17 7:57:05 AM Assassin-sensei
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In Germany and France all three seasons can be watched on [[http://www.viewster.com/serie/1304-19520-000/working-/ Viewster]] under the names ''Working!!'', ''Working!!2'' and ''Working!!3''. Seasons 1 & 2 have english subtitles, while Season 3 is currently being simulcast and are available with german, english and french subtitles.

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In Germany and France all three seasons can be watched on [[http://www.viewster.com/serie/1304-19520-000/working-/ Viewster]] under the names ''Working!!'', ''Working!!2'' and ''Working!!3''. Seasons 1 & 2 have english English subtitles, while Season 3 is currently being simulcast and are available with german, english German, English and french subtitles.
French subtitles.

The series was licensed for home video release by [[Creator/NipponIchi NIS America]] in North America, though their license for the first season expired in November 2015, causing it to fall out-of-print.



* MarshmallowHell: Popura at one time gets this treatment from Kazue.

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* MarshmallowHell: Popura at one time gets this treatment from Kazue.Kazue when she first meets her in episode 12 of season 1.
4th Sep '17 8:14:49 AM Peteman
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* NoRomanticResolution: [[spoiler:Averted hard come Season 3, where both main couples (Satou/Yachiyo and Souta/Inami) eventually get together.]]

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* NoRomanticResolution: [[spoiler:Averted hard come Season 3, where both main couples (Satou/Yachiyo and Souta/Inami) eventually get together.]]
13th Aug '17 2:35:01 AM SeptimusHeap
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* {{Lolicon}}: Despite denying it, Souta claims he is instead a ''[[InsistentTerminology minicon]]''.
** Well, it does include things like [[BreadEggsMilkSquick kitties, puppies, and water fleas (or sea monkeys)]].
7th Aug '17 6:17:55 AM CosmicFerret
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* NeverTrustATrailer: The end of the third season's stinger hyped up the show's GrandFinale as a DragonQuest style adventure, with Inami turning into a fantasy heroine out to rescue Souta from the Demon Queen (his mother), with Poplar as her fairy companion. When the hour-long special finally aired, it was anything but, and actually matched up with the fairly mundane nature of the series.

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* NeverTrustATrailer: The end of the third season's stinger hyped up the show's GrandFinale as a DragonQuest VideoGame/DragonQuest style adventure, with Inami turning into a fantasy heroine out to rescue Souta from the Demon Queen (his mother), with Poplar as her fairy companion. When the hour-long special finally aired, it was anything but, and actually matched up with the fairly mundane nature of the series.
11th Jun '17 6:55:58 AM Anddrix
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** Souta invokes this trope in episode 4 of Season 2 when he suspects Inami's constant staring at Satou means she must like him. However, he tells Souma that the feelings he's having are like training a dog not to bite the owner, but the dog does it anyway, then shows affections towards another owner. Souma however, [[GenreSavvy knows it's not true]], but plays along anyway because he finds the misunderstanding [[ItAmusedMe funny]]. He also invokes this trope whenever Kirio is around Inami.

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** Souta invokes this trope in episode 4 of Season 2 when he suspects Inami's constant staring at Satou means she must like him. However, he tells Souma that the feelings he's having are like training a dog not to bite the owner, but the dog does it anyway, then shows affections towards another owner. Souma however, [[GenreSavvy knows it's not true]], true, but plays along anyway because he finds the misunderstanding [[ItAmusedMe funny]]. He also invokes this trope whenever Kirio is around Inami.



* DidIJustSayThatOutLoud: When Nazuna comes by the restaurant to help out in episode 3 of Season 2, she makes Yamada look fairly worthless, as she knows more about the job than the latter despite only working there a few days and not being paid. Yamada then develops a dark aura, and mentions getting rid of her, to which Souma tells her it's not a good thing to be thinking. She then thinks the next sentence, but her aura is so dark Souma [[GenreSavvy knows what she's thinking.]]

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* DidIJustSayThatOutLoud: When Nazuna comes by the restaurant to help out in episode 3 of Season 2, she makes Yamada look fairly worthless, as she knows more about the job than the latter despite only working there a few days and not being paid. Yamada then develops a dark aura, and mentions getting rid of her, to which Souma tells her it's not a good thing to be thinking. She then thinks the next sentence, but her aura is so dark Souma [[GenreSavvy knows what she's thinking.]]



** In episode 1 of season 3, Popura feels that the little girl visiting their restaurant would take over her role with Takanashi. Fortunately the little girl is GenreSavvy and was about to head home anyway, and he tells her that no one could replace his "little senpai".

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** In episode 1 of season 3, Popura feels that the little girl visiting their restaurant would take over her role with Takanashi. Fortunately the little girl is GenreSavvy smart and was about to head home anyway, and he tells her that no one could replace his "little senpai".
17th Mar '17 10:14:30 AM secretfan14
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* GeniusDitz: On occasion, Yamada demonstrates an extraordinary depth and variety of skills, despite spending most of the time making up for her [[{{Dojikko}} clumsiness]]. [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation It makes one wonder if]] she's actually as [[CloudCuckoolander spacy]] as she seems, or if she's [[ObfuscatingStupidity hiding a much greater intellect]].

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* GeniusDitz: On occasion, Yamada demonstrates an extraordinary depth and variety of skills, despite spending most of the time making up for her [[{{Dojikko}} [[CuteClumsyGirl clumsiness]]. [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation It makes one wonder if]] she's actually as [[CloudCuckoolander spacy]] as she seems, or if she's [[ObfuscatingStupidity hiding a much greater intellect]].
8th Jan '17 2:09:09 AM SeptimusHeap
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** And now, thanks to a misunderstanding, Souta's younger sister has got it into her head that [[TooKinkyToTorture Souta actually likes]] [[FreudWasRight that stuff]].

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** And now, thanks to a misunderstanding, Souta's younger sister has got it into her head that [[TooKinkyToTorture Souta actually likes]] [[FreudWasRight likes that stuff]].
27th Dec '16 8:40:02 AM Smeagol17
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After many, ''many'' years where the series was subject to AprilFoolsDay jokes, an official anime adaptation of the predecessor manga ''Working!! Web-ban'' (set in another ''Wagnaria'' restaurant with a different cast of characters) has been announced under the name of ''Manga/WWWWorking''. It started airing during the Fall2016Anime season.

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After many, ''many'' years where the series was subject to AprilFoolsDay jokes, an official anime adaptation of the predecessor manga ''Working!! Web-ban'' (set in another ''Wagnaria'' restaurant with a different cast of characters) has been announced under the name of ''Manga/WWWWorking''. It started airing aired during the Fall2016Anime season.
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