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* XMeetsY: Picture ''Series/{{COPS}}'' crossed with ''Anime/TheDirtyPair,'' or ''Series/NYPDBlue'' were the main characters played by [[Anime/{{Macross}} Misa Hayes and Lynn Minnmai.]]
27th Apr '16 9:04:41 PM Pichu-kun
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* AnimeThemeSong: "100 MPH no Yuuki" (Courage at 100 MPH), the first opening theme, sung by Miyuki and Natsumi's seiyuu.

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* AnimeThemeSong: AnimeThemeSong:
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"100 MPH no Yuuki" (Courage at 100 MPH), the first opening theme, sung by Miyuki and Natsumi's seiyuu.



* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: When Aoi and Yoriko are sent undercover onto the train lines to catch a pair of thieves, Aoi spends far more time arresting perverts.
** Justified in that this was Aoi's original assignment going undercover as a woman and [[TheChikan train molesters]] are still a big problem in Japan.
* ArtEvolution: The most noticeable being season 2 to season 3, though there's a noticeable change (de-evolution) from the [=OVAs=] to season 1. The series has gone through several design changes during its run, each to fit the style of the time period. Most noticeable being the eyes which have gotten more [[WhatBeautifulEyes big, colorful and bright]].

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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: When Aoi and Yoriko are sent undercover onto the train lines to catch a pair of thieves, Aoi spends far more time arresting perverts.
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perverts. Justified in that this was Aoi's original assignment going undercover as a woman and [[TheChikan train molesters]] are still a big problem in Japan.
* ArtEvolution: ArtEvolution:
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The most noticeable being season 2 to season 3, though there's a noticeable change (de-evolution) from the [=OVAs=] to season 1. The series has gone through several design changes during its run, each to fit the style of the time period. Most noticeable being the eyes which have gotten more [[WhatBeautifulEyes big, colorful and bright]].



* AscendedExtra: Saori Saga in the anime. In the first season, she only appeared on a couple of episodes as nothing more than a RecurringExtra. In the second season, she [[spoiler: becomes a police officer with about the same screen time as Yoriko and Aoi]], appearing on almost every episode.
** Subverted in ''Full Throttle'' where she was [[spoiler:[[PutOnABus transferred to another precinct]]]]. Later in the season, [[spoiler: TheBusCameBack]] for nothing less than a [[spoiler:BeachEpisode]].

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* AscendedExtra: Saori Saga in the anime. In the first season, she only appeared on a couple of episodes as nothing more than a RecurringExtra. In the second season, she [[spoiler: becomes a police officer with about the same screen time as Yoriko and Aoi]], appearing on almost every episode.
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episode. Subverted in ''Full Throttle'' where she was [[spoiler:[[PutOnABus transferred to another precinct]]]]. Later in the season, [[spoiler: TheBusCameBack]] for nothing less than a [[spoiler:BeachEpisode]].



* BerserkButton: Never EVER harm Miyuki's car.

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* BerserkButton: BerserkButton:
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Never EVER harm Miyuki's car.



* BewareTheNiceOnes: Played straight with Miyuki, whom Natsumi admits is the scarier of the two of them. Aoi also appears to fit this trope at times.
** If Miyuki is scared, the trope will be TurnedUpToEleven.
** Perfectly illustrated in one episode where Yoriko imagines herself stealing Natsumi and Miyuki's love interests. While Natsumi is just standing open-mouthed in shock, Miyuki ends up firing dual Uzis into the air!

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Played straight with Miyuki, whom Natsumi admits is the scarier of the two of them. Aoi also appears to fit this trope at times.
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times. If Miyuki is scared, the trope will be TurnedUpToEleven.
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TurnedUpToEleven. Perfectly illustrated in one episode where Yoriko imagines herself stealing Natsumi and Miyuki's love interests. While Natsumi is just standing open-mouthed in shock, Miyuki ends up firing dual Uzis into the air!



* BlackComedyRape: Aoi is sexually assaulted in two consecutive episodes in the first season. Both times it's played for laughs that her would-be rapists freak out over finding a penis.

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* BlackComedyRape: BlackComedyRape:
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Aoi is sexually assaulted in two consecutive episodes in the first season. Both times it's played for laughs that her would-be rapists freak out over finding a penis.



* BrainBleach: Ken and Yoriko obviously need some after they realize the implications of Aoi in a bikini. Thankfully, she wears a sarong with it.
** While you can understand their horror, [[StupidSexyFlanders Aoi IS the fanservice character and she looked rather hot anyway.]]

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* BrainBleach: BrainBleach:
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Ken and Yoriko obviously need some after they realize the implications of Aoi in a bikini. Thankfully, she wears a sarong with it.
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it. While you can understand their horror, [[StupidSexyFlanders Aoi IS the fanservice character and she looked rather hot anyway.]]



* CannotSpitItOut: Ken and Miyuki. It's perfectly summed in their character song, "''Suki da yo" Nante Ieru Wake Nai Ja Nai'' - ''It's Not That There's No Reason I Can Say "I Like You''." Averted at the end of the manga (which is the ONLY time in every series they finally, officially get together).
** Also at the end of the third season, though it's a little more ambiguous and, sadly, not followed up on.

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* CannotSpitItOut: Ken and Miyuki. It's perfectly summed in their character song, "''Suki da yo" Nante Ieru Wake Nai Ja Nai'' - ''It's Not That There's No Reason I Can Say "I Like You''." Averted at the end of the manga (which is the ONLY time in every series they finally, officially get together). \n** Also at the end of the third season, though it's a little more ambiguous and, sadly, not followed up on.



* {{Chickification}}: PlayedForLaughs with Miyuki, during the mini-specials after the first season. Notably screaming her lungs out when assaulted (and proceeding to electrocute the guy with her car's engine) and her fear of ghosts getting TurnedUpToEleven wherein even a ghost story make her cry and cower in fear. However, any time Miyuki is scared, HilarityEnsues.
** Especially the [[InterspeciesRomance snake with a crush on her]].
* ComicBookTime: Averted. Time clearly passes between the seasons.
* CoolCar: The girls' Honda Today mini-patrol car, which Miyuki retrofitted with a larger (and then re-bored) dual-overhead-cam engine, a turbocharger and a [[NitroBoost nitrous oxide system.]] Also, Miyuki's personal Toyota S800.

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* {{Chickification}}: PlayedForLaughs with Miyuki, during the mini-specials after the first season. Notably screaming her lungs out when assaulted (and proceeding to electrocute the guy with her car's engine) and her fear of ghosts getting TurnedUpToEleven wherein even a ghost story make her cry and cower in fear. However, any time Miyuki is scared, HilarityEnsues.
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HilarityEnsues. Especially the [[InterspeciesRomance snake with a crush on her]].
* ComicBookTime: Averted. Time clearly passes between CoolBike: Ken's souped-up Suzuki GSX (In the seasons.
manga his bike is fitted with NOS like Today) and the patrol-modified Kawasaki KLE-500 offroad bike he rides in "Tokyo Typhoon Rally." Also, Natsumi's Moto Compo
* CoolCar: CoolCar:
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The girls' Honda Today mini-patrol car, which Miyuki retrofitted with a larger (and then re-bored) dual-overhead-cam engine, a turbocharger and a [[NitroBoost nitrous oxide system.]] Also, Miyuki's personal Toyota S800.



** CoolBike: Ken's souped-up Suzuki GSX (In the manga his bike is fitted with NOS like Today) and the patrol-modified Kawasaki KLE-500 offroad bike he rides in "Tokyo Typhoon Rally." Also, Natsumi's Moto Compo.



* CoolOldGuy: The [[DaChief Section Chief]] and Detective Tokuno, senior officers at Bokuto, are both about fifty (which is, on average, twice older than most of the other people in the show) and steer their precinct rather impressively.
** Let's not forget Daimaru, Ken-chan's father who's ''still'' a BadassBiker despite being almost in his 60's.

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* CoolOldGuy: CoolOldGuy:
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The [[DaChief Section Chief]] and Detective Tokuno, senior officers at Bokuto, are both about fifty (which is, on average, twice older than most of the other people in the show) and steer their precinct rather impressively.
** Let's not forget Daimaru, Ken-chan's Ken's father who's ''still'' a BadassBiker despite being almost in his 60's.



* DatePeepers: The second half of the third OVA has Miyuki and Ken ''ordered'' to go on a date by DaChief so they can sort their troubles, then several officers peep on them and keep him informed. The reason? [[spoiler: Miyuki mistakenly believes that Natsumi had a one-night stand with Nakajima, since she saw them racing together very early (when in truth, they just went out to talk and ride their bikes). That ''seriously'' disrupted their partner dynamics, and everyone was worried for their sake ("These love triangles, they '''never''' end well!").]]

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* DatePeepers: DatePeepers:
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The second half of the third OVA has Miyuki and Ken ''ordered'' to go on a date by DaChief so they can sort their troubles, then several officers peep on them and keep him informed. The reason? [[spoiler: Miyuki mistakenly believes that Natsumi had a one-night stand with Nakajima, since she saw them racing together very early (when in truth, they just went out to talk and ride their bikes). That ''seriously'' disrupted their partner dynamics, and everyone was worried for their sake ("These love triangles, they '''never''' end well!").]]



* DefeatMeansRespect: [[SomethingPerson Strike]] [[LargeHam Man]] comes to regard Natsumi as his arch-nemesis, whom he dubs as "the infamous [[RedBaron Homerun Girl]]," after she repeatedly knocks each of his pitches out of the park. Their alleged rivalry is one-sided, as Natsumi thinks he's a nutjob, and would rather not have to put up with him.

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* DefeatMeansRespect: DefeatMeansRespect:
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[[SomethingPerson Strike]] [[LargeHam Man]] comes to regard Natsumi as his arch-nemesis, whom he dubs as "the infamous [[RedBaron Homerun Girl]]," after she repeatedly knocks each of his pitches out of the park. Their alleged rivalry is one-sided, as Natsumi thinks he's a nutjob, and would rather not have to put up with him.



* DistractedByTheSexy: Used in one of the gang's schemes.

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* DistractedByTheSexy: Used in one of the gang's schemes.



* {{Eagleland}}: Yoriko's rival from the academy hires the best gunwomen from the world, including a [[SemperFi Marine]] to challenge the Bokuto station to a mock gunfight. Two crooks see the apparent cold blooded killing of the losers and are spooked.

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* {{Eagleland}}: {{Eagleland}}:
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Yoriko's rival from the academy hires the best gunwomen from the world, including a [[SemperFi Marine]] to challenge the Bokuto station to a mock gunfight. Two crooks see the apparent cold blooded killing of the losers and are spooked.



* FanService: More in the mini-specials than the TV series, but it isn't entirely absent from those either.

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* FanService: FanService:
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More in the mini-specials than the TV series, but it isn't entirely absent from those either.



* GenreShift: Of MoodWhiplash proportions in TheMovie; when they get attacked by terrorists. No, ''seriously.''

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* GenreShift: GenreShift:
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Of MoodWhiplash proportions in TheMovie; when they get attacked by terrorists. No, ''seriously.''



* GratuitousFrench: A pastry chef in one second-season episode loves the phrase, "C'est si bon!"

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* GratuitousFrench: GratuitousFrench:
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A pastry chef in one second-season episode loves the phrase, "C'est si bon!"



* HeterosexualLifePartners: Natsumi and Miyuki, obviously. Ostensibly they're just work partners and roommates, but they became inseparable almost immediately. Episodes when circumstances threatened to set them apart are ''the'' main sources of drama in the show.

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* HeterosexualLifePartners: HeterosexualLifePartners:
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Natsumi and Miyuki, obviously. Ostensibly they're just work partners and roommates, but they became inseparable almost immediately. Episodes when circumstances threatened to set them apart are ''the'' main sources of drama in the show.



* InTheNameOfTheMoon: In the name of the penal code!

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* InTheNameOfTheMoon: InTheNameOfTheMoon:
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In the name of the penal code!



* LargeHam: Nakajima and Strike Man especially, but almost everyone to some extent.
** Nakajima and Strike Man even hammed it up ''together'' once -- in a requisite BeachEpisode.

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* LargeHam: LargeHam:
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Nakajima and Strike Man especially, but almost everyone to some extent.
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extent. Nakajima and Strike Man even hammed it up ''together'' once -- in a requisite BeachEpisode.



* MoodWhiplash: Happens near the end of the first series, when a trio of rogue cops terrorize Tokyo. [[spoiler:Ken breaks his leg and Natsumi breaks her arm trying to catch them, Miyuki has a near-breakdown over her two closest friends getting hurt, and the ordeal only ends when the ringleader rolls his car trying to avoid a blockade and ''dies from the impact''.]]

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* MoodWhiplash: MoodWhiplash:
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Happens near the end of the first series, when a trio of rogue cops terrorize Tokyo. [[spoiler:Ken breaks his leg and Natsumi breaks her arm trying to catch them, Miyuki has a near-breakdown over her two closest friends getting hurt, and the ordeal only ends when the ringleader rolls his car trying to avoid a blockade and ''dies from the impact''.]]



* OlderThanTheyLook: Kachou is fifty, but looks barely 35. Oshou, too, "still has it goin' on" despite the fact that he has to be at least in his sixties or seventies.

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* OlderThanTheyLook: OlderThanTheyLook:
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Kachou is fifty, but looks barely 35. Oshou, too, 35.
** Oshou
"still has it goin' on" despite the fact that he has to be at least in his sixties or seventies.



* PetTheDog: Episode 5 of ''Full Throttle'' featured a serial burglar who has been burglarising vehicles for over thirty years when he rescued a baby from a possible heat stroke from a locked vehicle in one of his burglary attempts out of nothing but compassion.

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* PetTheDog: PetTheDog:
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Episode 5 of ''Full Throttle'' featured a serial burglar who has been burglarising vehicles for over thirty years when he rescued a baby from a possible heat stroke from a locked vehicle in one of his burglary attempts out of nothing but compassion.



* ShipTease: Artwork for the series ''loves'' showing [[LesYay Miyuki and Natsumi]] in a variety of interesting positions, and usually in various states of undress as well.

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* ShipTease: ShipTease:
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Artwork for the series ''loves'' showing [[LesYay Miyuki and Natsumi]] in a variety of interesting positions, and usually in various states of undress as well.



* ShoutOut: When one of the policewoman had a piece of underwear stolen from her apartment, another one suggested the thief must be: a) [[Franchise/{{Godzilla}} an incredibly tall monster]]; b) some sort of evil Franchise/SpiderMan; or c) [[Franchise/{{Superman}} someone who can leap tall buildings at a single bound]].
** Just in case someone claims suggestion a might have been about any other tall monster, there was a silhouette.

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* ShoutOut: When one of the policewoman had a piece of underwear stolen from her apartment, another one suggested the thief must be: a) [[Franchise/{{Godzilla}} an incredibly tall monster]]; b) some sort of evil Franchise/SpiderMan; or c) [[Franchise/{{Superman}} someone who can leap tall buildings at a single bound]].
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bound]]. Just in case someone claims suggestion a might have been about any other tall monster, there was a silhouette.



* ThemeTuneCameo: The first opening theme is playing on the radio in episode 19, and Natsumi sings the third opening theme in episode 43.

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* ThemeTuneCameo: ThemeTuneCameo:
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The first opening theme is playing on the radio in episode 19, and Natsumi sings the third opening theme in episode 43.



* {{Transsexual}}: Never outright confirmed, but Aoi is heavily implied to be one. It's one of the most realistic portrayals of transsexuality in anime too, not to mention that she's treated quite respectfully by her coworkers after her introduction.
** It may have been confirmed, though without saying any transgender related terms. She is thought of as being female almost all of the time, and transsexuality tropes have appeared relating to her. Episode 6 all but goes out and says "transsexual"; A character says that her "natural flow" leads toward her being a woman, and goes on to say that he doesn't care if she's male or female (signifying she's a girl instead of a crossdresser). The original manga implies she had interests in crossdressing and feminine thoughts ''before'' becoming a police officer too.

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* {{Transsexual}}: Never While never outright confirmed, but Aoi is heavily implied to be one. It's one of the most realistic portrayals of transsexuality in anime too, not to mention that she's treated quite respectfully by her coworkers after her introduction.
** It may have been confirmed, though without saying any transgender related terms.
introduction. She is thought of as being female almost all of the time, and transsexuality tropes have appeared relating to her. Episode 6 all but goes out and says "transsexual"; A character says that her "natural flow" leads toward her being a woman, and goes on to say that he doesn't care if she's male or female (signifying she's a girl instead of a crossdresser). The original manga implies she had interests in crossdressing and feminine thoughts ''before'' becoming a police officer too.



* UnsettlingGenderReveal: Practically ''every'' male who meets Aoi falls into this one. Notable examples include the Bokuto Precinct officers and then Aoi's former classmates in episode 5, and the idol singer Go Kitaoji in episode 24.

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* UnsettlingGenderReveal: UnsettlingGenderReveal:
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Practically ''every'' male who meets Aoi falls into this one. Notable examples include the Bokuto Precinct officers and then Aoi's former classmates in episode 5, and the idol singer Go Kitaoji in episode 24.



* VerbalTic: Toukairin is from Akita and it shows, mostly in characteristic northerner's "-s" that he adds to anything he says.

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* VerbalTic: VerbalTic:
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Toukairin is from Akita and it shows, mostly in characteristic northerner's "-s" that he adds to anything he says.



* WrenchWench: Miyuki, Natsumi, Sena. Again, this ''is'' Creator/KosukeFujishima we're talking about.
** Although in Natsumi's case she only works on her own bike when she's forced to.
** Miyuki's abilities are turned UpToEleven in the mini-specials, where she was shown to have designed her very own ''home security system'', a handheld multi-fireworks launcher and a handbag with an in-built tracking device that clamps onto unauthorized users[[labelnote:*]]i.e., snatch thieves[[/labelnote]], releases tear gas, plays pre-recorded screams and shouts, among other gadgets and reaches its peak with the [[spoiler:missile launcher shaped like a woman's bust]].

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* WrenchWench: Miyuki, Natsumi, Sena. Again, this ''is'' Creator/KosukeFujishima we're talking about.
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about. Although in Natsumi's case she only works on her own bike when she's forced to.
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to. Miyuki's abilities are turned UpToEleven in the mini-specials, where she was shown to have designed her very own ''home security system'', a handheld multi-fireworks launcher and a handbag with an in-built tracking device that clamps onto unauthorized users[[labelnote:*]]i.e., snatch thieves[[/labelnote]], releases tear gas, plays pre-recorded screams and shouts, among other gadgets and reaches its peak with the [[spoiler:missile launcher shaped like a woman's bust]].



* YamatoNadeshiko: Miyuki might be one of the straightest examples created by Fujishima. She's tallish, dark-haired, beautiful but not a bombshell, well-loved and respected by everyone, soft-spoken but not to be trifled with, and ''very'' dedicated to her work and duty as a policewoman.

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* YamatoNadeshiko: YamatoNadeshiko:
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Miyuki might be one of the straightest examples created by Fujishima. She's tallish, dark-haired, beautiful but not a bombshell, well-loved and respected by everyone, soft-spoken but not to be trifled with, and ''very'' dedicated to her work and duty as a policewoman.



* YouKnowWhatYouDid: Actually the reverse. An incident very late in the Manga has Natsumi waking up in Ken's bed with no clothes and a bad hangover. They ''think'' that nothing happened but due to a combination of alcohol (Natsumi) and blows to the head (Ken), they can't remember anything. Miyuki is not going to take this on faith and Ken's too honest and wishy-washy to lie.

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* YouKnowWhatYouDid: YouKnowWhatYouDid:
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Actually the reverse. An incident very late in the Manga has Natsumi waking up in Ken's bed with no clothes and a bad hangover. They ''think'' that nothing happened but due to a combination of alcohol (Natsumi) and blows to the head (Ken), they can't remember anything. Miyuki is not going to take this on faith and Ken's too honest and wishy-washy to lie.



* YouLookFamiliar: Every supporting character in the No Mercy! special is more-or-less an Americanized version of their Japanese counterpart. It's Lampshaded multiple times and even used as a plot point in one case.

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* YouLookFamiliar: Every supporting character in the No Mercy! ''No Mercy!'' special is more-or-less an Americanized version of their Japanese counterpart. It's Lampshaded multiple times and even used as a plot point in one case.
27th Mar '16 11:01:00 PM tsstevens
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* XMeetsY: Picture ''Series/{{COPS}}'' crossed with ''Anime/TheDirtyPair,'' or ''Series/NYPDBlue'' were the main characters played by [[Anime/{{Macross}} Misa Hayes and Lynn Minnmai.]]
17th Mar '16 1:32:40 AM tsstevens
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* TheInspectorIsComing: Episode six revolves around this with Bokuto Station scared out of their wits over the arrival of [[TheDreaded Takao Arizuka,]] who is feared to send them to a deserted island for their sloppy work. In truth he enjoys the reputation, is bemused by their antics, completely devoted to his job and shaping up the police and willing to overlook the odd indiscretion if they are good at their job.
16th Oct '15 8:35:07 AM Prioris
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* CoolCar: The girls' mini-patrol car, which Miyuki retrofitted with a larger (and then re-bored) dual-overhead-cam engine, a turbocharger and a nitrous oxide booster. Also, Miyuki's personal Toyota S800.

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* CoolCar: The girls' Honda Today mini-patrol car, which Miyuki retrofitted with a larger (and then re-bored) dual-overhead-cam engine, a turbocharger and a [[NitroBoost nitrous oxide booster. system.]] Also, Miyuki's personal Toyota S800.



** CoolBike: Ken's souped-up Suzuki GSX (In the manga his bike is fitted with Nitro like Today) and the patrol-modified Kawasaki KLE-500 he rides in "Tokyo Typhoon Rally." Also, Natsumi's Moto Compo.

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** CoolBike: Ken's souped-up Suzuki GSX (In the manga his bike is fitted with Nitro NOS like Today) and the patrol-modified Kawasaki KLE-500 offroad bike he rides in "Tokyo Typhoon Rally." Also, Natsumi's Moto Compo.



* ForScience: The motivation of a MadScientist in episode 10 of ''Full Throttle'' when he tried to interrupt a robotics convention with his SpiderTank, which he claimed would revolutionize law enforcement. He was promptly subdued by Natsumi. [[HilarityEnsues Within seconds.]]

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* ForScience: The motivation of a MadScientist in episode 10 of ''Full Throttle'' when he tried to interrupt a robotics convention with his SpiderTank, which he claimed would revolutionize law enforcement. He was promptly subdued by Natsumi. [[HilarityEnsues [[HilarityEnsues. Within seconds.]]



** Also the episode where [[spoiler: the Boss and a little boy are trapped in a tower]] and the case with [[spoiler: the rogue policement that caused accidents on purpose.]]

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** Also the episode where [[spoiler: the Boss and a little boy are trapped in a tower]] and the case with [[spoiler: the rogue policement policeman that caused accidents on purpose.]]



* PornStash: There's one ''in the station'' supposedly for an investigation. Nakajima gets caught sampling the selection.

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* PornStash: There's one ''in the station'' station,'' supposedly for an investigation. Nakajima gets caught sampling the selection.
9th Sep '15 1:43:31 PM FoxBluereaver
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* WhamEpisode: Both of the two-parters in the first season deal with more serious plots than any of the other episodes and have little-to-no humor in them. The first one with the Chief trapped in the Tokyo Tower with a kid, and the second one with the rogue police officers causing accidents on the streets.
15th Jul '15 5:38:09 PM UltramanGaia
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* OfficeRomance: One of the longstanding subplots of the series; of the two main characters, both their [[LoveInterest love interests]] happens to be their coworkers (Miyuki and Nakajima are in love with each other, and Natsumi has an infatuation on kachou, before she met Toukairin). Of the two, only Natsumi and Toukairin worked it out; Miyuki and Nakajima suffered from a chronic case of CannotSpitItOut and thus goes (almost) nowhere. Perhaps being the subject of the talks of the entire office partially contribute to their predicament.

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* OfficeRomance: One of the longstanding subplots of the series; of the two main characters, both their [[LoveInterest love interests]] happens to be their coworkers (Miyuki and Nakajima are in love with each other, and Natsumi has an infatuation on kachou, before she met Toukairin).Toukairin, who is also a police officer). Of the two, only Natsumi and Toukairin worked it out; Miyuki and Nakajima suffered from a chronic case of CannotSpitItOut and thus goes (almost) nowhere. Perhaps being the subject of the talks of the entire office partially contribute to their predicament.
15th Jul '15 9:30:25 AM UltramanGaia
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* OfficeRomance: One of the longstanding subplots of the series; of the two main characters, both their [[LoveInterest love interests]] happens to be their coworkers (Miyuki and Nakajima are in love with each other, and Natsumi has an infatuation on kachou, before she met Toukairin). Of the two, only Natsumi and Toukairin worked it out; Miyuki and Nakajima suffered from a chronic case of CannotSpitItOut and thus goes (almost) nowhere. Perhaps being the subject of the talks of the entire office partially contribute to their predicament.
6th Jul '15 11:32:05 AM UltramanGaia
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* WireDilemma: Happens in episode 30 of season 1 when the duo has to defuse a bomb in a department store.
-->'''Miyuki:''' "Red, he loves me; blue, he loves me not." *cuts the red wire*
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