Beware the Nice Ones: Kyouko can be very scary when angered or just irritated, as the poor unfortunates who have seen her in that state can testify. The phrase "She is a very scary kind of actress" has become a Leit Motif for everyone who refers to her.
Bi the Way: Debatable. Kyouko may or may not like Mouko in THAT way. She is certainly a Large Ham for whom a baseless Anguished Declaration of Love is not out of place, but the frequency and severity of some of her Mouko-induced spasms still leads some fans to wonder about her.
Haunted Heroine: Kyouko is haunted by a number of little demons that embody her desire for vengeance. An important point of her new life is to get rid of these little monsters so she can fall in love again.
Laughing Mad: How she first reacts to hearing what Sho really thinks about her and when she's having an Imagine Spot thinking about finally getting her revenge on him (or anyone else that has slighted her) she generally ends up this way.
Stepford Smiler: During her relationship with Shou, Kyouko made a concerted effort to never cry in front of him because she knew it upset him. when she worked in his family's ryokan she hid her feelings to not let the customers know she was upset. Which is one of the reasons why they wanted her to inherit the ryokan.
Yamato Nadeshiko: A played for drama version. She had the strength of will to put up with a shitty life to support Shou without complaining. After the break up, she put that inner iron to a different use.
Jerkass <-> Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He jumps between the two but remains more of a jerkass. His kindness is shown in the Dark Moon arc toward Kyoko but because she constantly attacks him when he really is trying to be nice to her, he ends up lashing back and goes back to being a jerk.
What Is This Thing You Call Love?: Becomes a major plot point in the Dark Moon act, where he has difficulty with a role for the first time in years because he doesn't really understand the concept of love.
When He Smiles: His real smiles are too divine for mortal eyes... Kyouko's little demons die instantly if they are exposed to those smiles.
Kanae "Mouko" Kotonami
Kyouko's rival-turned-friend and the second person to join the "Love Me" team.
Not So Different: Noticing that she and Kyouko share many traits and have a similar way of thinking prompts her to warm up to her.
Promotion to Parent: Her de-facto role in her family because her parents are prone to Hands-Off Parenting and her older siblings have their own families to care for (and are also Hands-Off Parents anyway). It doesn't help that she's the only one in the family who is at all responsible when it comes to money and she's stuck paying the bills for her entire family.
Shotacon: Her interactions with the 11, and later 12-year-old Hiou are more than a little suspect. Don't worry, she's not having sex with a minor, and it's hard to imagine her ever even considering it, but all signs point to her reciprocating his Precocious Crush on her.
The Rival: At first towards Kyouko, but they later become good friends. She has alway's being Erika Kouenji's rival.
Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He may seem like an eccentric rich idiot to the unaware, but there’s a good reason why LME is THE more successful talent agency there is and why he’s so well respected by pretty much anyone that knows him beyond his image. He can also read people like open books, being well aware of the strengths and weaknesses of all his talents (this being the main reason he created LoveMe to begin with); and in particular, he was well aware of Ren’s lacking skills for love acting and also realized he had fallen for Kyoko after just one look at his expression towards her.
A beautician and hairdresser, in the world of cosmetics she is known as "The Witch" and only close friends are allowed to call her by her real name, "Ten". She is aware that Ren is not a native Japanese, but she doesn't seem to know that he is the son of Hizuri Kuu.
Self-Proclaimed Love Interest: She says that Lory is her boyfriend, and calls him "darling". He doesn't deny it but he hasn't confirmed it either.
A young director who's trying desperately to get out of his father's shadow. He decides to do it by filming "Dark Moon", the remake of a classic from 20 years ago "Tsukigomori", which was one of his father's most famous works. He casts Kyouko as "Mio" after Asami Haruki shows him the PV she directed.
"I respected my father, and always thought I wanted to become like him, so I was happy in the beginning, but... "Your likes are the same." "Your hobbies are the same." "Your artistic style is the same." When it seemed like I was always being told that I was imitating my father, I became disturbed.
Ocular Gushers: Even though he is seen crying far fewer times than Kyoko, in the anime his total tear output very likely rivals her own what with him having created two different raging seas with his tears!.
Turn Out Like His Father: Hiroaki is struggling to find an identity that doesn't just appear to be a shallow clone of his father's.
The actress who played "Mio" in the original Tsukigomori, and is now playing Mio's mother in Dark Moon. At first she is against Kyouko playing the part, as she felt that she wouldn't be able to do justice to the character who made her (Hiroko) be famous.
Worthy Opponent: Considers Kyouko to be this. Because even though Kyouko is an amateur actress her characterization of Mio is at a professional level, making it acting as Mizuki with her quite fluid and its always according to what the director expects and they don't have to retake scenes.
That Man Is Dead: He used a business name "Shuuhei Hozu" to perform, but as he started to get more and more famous he chose to go back to his real name. But since he considered his alias an important part of himself and couldn't part with it just like that... He decided to give a REAL funeral for it.
Beneath the Mask: Keeps a diary where she writes down her genuine feelings about people.