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''Oku-sama wa Mahou Shoujo: Bewitched Agnes'' (or ''My Wife is a Magical Girl: Bewitched Agnes'') is a magical girl comedy. It focuses on the married woman Ureshiko Asaba, who's actually a MagicalGirl called Agnes Bell. Two individuals enter her life: The MagicalGirl Cruje Gapp, who's supposed to be Ureshiko's successor, and Kagura Tatsumi, who recently moved away from his college and into the boarding house Ureshiko lives at.

All is not well, as Ureshiko is the current guardian of Wonderland, which her mother created, but Cruje may erase Wonderland and recreate it after her own will, once she succeeds Ureshiko. At the same time, Ureshiko grows farther away from her husband, and closer to Kagura.

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!!This anime includes examples of:
* AlmostKiss: Considering what will happen if a MagicalGirl ever kisses someone, you can expect this once or twice.
* AmicablyDivorced: Ureshiko and Tamotsu aren't officially divorced, but they don't live together anymore. Ureshiko comes over to help him clean once in a while. [[spoiler:In the end, they presumably do get divorced amicably, since Tamotsu told Kagura to treat her well]].
* AnimateInanimateObject: Several of the household items in Ureshiko's home are alive, thanks to her magic.
* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: Episode 4 features a giant teddy bear walking through the town. It's [[SubvertedTrope soon revealed]] that it was only a model of the town in Cruje's room.
* BeachEpisode: Episode 7 shows Kagura going on a date to the beach with [[spoiler: Sayaka, transformed into an adult]].
* {{Bokukko}}: Chane who, like her twin sister, also dresses in a [[ElegantGothicLolita Victorian boy's style]].
* BrainFreeze: Ururu gets one from sweeping an iced drink. She does it again once she gets a refill.
* BroughtDownToNormal: Cruje deliberately casts a spell on herself to lock away her magical powers. Naturally, she ends up in situations where those powers would be very useful.
* CantHaveSexEver: If a MagicalGirl kisses someone, she will lose all her powers. Whether actual sex has the same effect or not isn't explored. However, Ureshiko is once shown to be [[ModestyBedsheet naked]] with her husband, so it's not unreasonable to assume they have had sex.
* CaptainObvious: Late in the series, [[spoiler: Ureshiko Asaba]] is judged to be ''erased'', whereupon [[spoiler: Kagura Tatsumi]] immediately clarifies, "That means you'll die!"
* CatchPhrase: Creator/KikukoInoue's common "Ara, ara," shows up here.
* CuteClumsyGirl: As a classical MagicalGirl, Ureshiko's not very coordinated at times. It's mentioned she never grew out of it.
* CuteWitch: The [[MagicalGirl Magical Girls]] lean heavily towards this style.
* DatePeepers: [[spoiler: Ureshiko Asaba]] isn't quite satisfied with letting Kagura go on a date to [[BeachEpisode the beach]] with [[spoiler: Sayaka, transformed into an adult]].
* DoItYourselfThemeTune: The ending theme song "Jewelry" is sung by Creator/KikukoInoue, the voice of Ureshiko.
* DotingParent: If Shioya talks about something that isn't work, it's about his daughter. And often instead of work.
* ElegantGothicLolita: Bulga, Chane and Hermes.
* FlyingBroomstick: The main means of transportation for [[MagicalGirl Magical Girls]]. They use classical and modern brooms, vacuum cleaners, and even giant eating utensils.
* GangOfBullies: While only two, they still gang up on Sayaka. One of them just seems to follow the other, who has [[LovingBully other motivations]].
* GroinAttack: This is how the alarm clock wakes Kagura early in the series.
* HadakaApron: [[{{Fanservice}} For some reason]], Ureshiko's apron is the only piece clothing left while using her powers to start the vacuum cleaner in the first episode.
* HandPuppet: The female employee at Kashiwa Publishing uses one to speak with occasionally.
* {{Landlady}}: Maiko Motohiro is the owner of the house where Ureshiko and Kagara lives, those it's Ureshiko who takes care of pretty much the entire household, since Maiko herself is quite old.
* LovingBully: Yuki Katsura, the leader of the two bullies at school, is really just acting on an immature crush, but he learns to show it a little better later on. Ultimately, [[spoiler: he pretty much saves Wonderland by confessing to Cruje]].
* LeotardOfPower: The standard MagicalGirl outfit is one, plus frills and other accessories.
* MagicalGirl: Or rather Magical Woman. Ureshiko, at 26, is not exactly a girl anymore. There are also many more [[MagicalGirl Magical Girls]], of various ages.
* MagicalGirlQueenlinessTest: It is implied the managers are chosen this way.
* MagicalIncantation: "Magity" is enough for simpler spells. For transformation and larger spells, something longer is required:
--> "Realm, Realm, the light that fills the Magical World, as a sign of protecting the foreign world, grant me power!"
* MagicalLand: Realm, the world the [[MagicalGirl Magical Girls]] come from. Wonderland, while not magic in itself, was created with magic.
* MagicWand: Every MagicalGirl has one they can materialise at will.
* ManipulativeBitch: [[spoiler: Asaba's girlfriend and editor of a larger company]].
* MarilynManeuver: Ureshiko accidentally causes this to herself at the beginning of the first episode.
* {{Megane}}: Kagura usually wears glasses.
* MindControlEyes: [[spoiler:Cruje Gapp]] gets these while mindcontrolled.
* MundaneUtility: In the very first scene, Ureshiko uses her MagicalGirl powers to start a troublesome vacuum cleaner. It doesn't go [[MarilynManeuver quite so well]]. Later she stops an ice cream from falling to the ground.
* NewTransferStudent: Sayaka enters her class where she's both bullied and swarmed by inquisitive students.
* NotTheFallThatKillsYou: Kagura manages to catch Ureshiko when she falls from the sky. He hurts his leg a little when he lands, but that's taken care of by Ureshiko's magic.
* [[ObaSan Oba-sama]]: "Old Miss" is used by Cruje to Ureshiko, as an insult.
%% * ParasolOfPain: Bulga's umbrella.
%% * ParasolOfPrettiness: Bulga's umbrella.
%% * ParasolParachute: Bulga's umbrella.
* PuppyDogEyes: While Ureshiko's eyes display the normal teary look, they actually get ''smaller'' than usual.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: [[spoiler: One of Realm's chief elders turns out to be far more reasonable than he appears at first. He's also Maiko Motohiro's husband]].
* RecurringExtra: There's a group of monks passing by the house all the time, for some reason or another.
* ReluctantFanserviceGirl: Ureshiko isn't quite comfortable with how her adult body is shown off in her MagicalGirl outfit designed for someone younger.
* RingOfPower: Ureshiko's MagicalGirl ring, which much of the plot revolves around.
* RoofHopping: Bulga once hops between telephone poles. Otherwise, the girls usually to fly.
%%* RoseHairedSweetie: Ureshiko has pink hair.
* SempaiKohai: Kagura and Ayase use these terms, even after Kagura has left the school.
* SomethingElseAlsoRises: The alarm clock flips its arms straight up when pressed between Ureshiko's thighs.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: While the MagicalGirl outfit isn't exactly modest by any standards, Ureshiko's adult figure makes it even less so, and [[ReluctantFanserviceGirl she's quite embarrassed]] when it's pointed out.
* TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt: [[spoiler: And the beginning of the world as we know it. Except that the school didn't burn down. But the victory flag still has a burn mark in the corner]].
* TransformationSequence: They have relatively long sequences, but they're not shown often. In real time, it's more or less instant.
%% * TwelveEpisodeAnime: There are thirteen episodes.
* UmbrellaOfTogetherness: Almost but not quite shown in the end of the intro.
* VoluntaryShapeshifting: Bulga transforms into a dog, the twin sisters into ravens, and Cruje ever so often into an adult.
* WeddingsInJapan: Ureshiko chose a Japanese-style wedding instead of the western-style she really wanted, because [[spoiler: the western ceremony requires a kiss]].
* WesternZodiac: During the TransformationSequence, all signs are shown in the background. More generally, the people from Realm really likes astrological motifs, as stars, moons, and other objects are all over the design of wands, clothes, and buildings.
* WhoWearsShortShorts: Ururu tends to wear short shorts, as opposed to dresses like her friends.
* YamatoNadeshiko: [[Creator/KikukoInoue Ureshiko]], [[PigeonholedVoiceActor predictably]]. The 'japanese beauty' part is played with; while she ''does'' have a traditional eastern wedding [[spoiler: it's only because the western one requires a kiss.]]
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Most people have realistic hair colours. If they have less realistic colours, they're from [[MagicalLand Realm]].
* ZettaiRyouiki: Cruje normal outfit.
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