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Manga: GE - Good Ending

GE - Good Ending (GE~グッドエンディング~) (no, not the trope) begins with high school student Utsumi spying on the captain of the tennis club, Iketani Shou. Fortunately, Utsumi is noticed by Yuki Kurokawa, who confronts him about it and decides to help get him together with Shou. From there, the story takes off with Yuki teaching Utsumi the ins and out of girls, going on dates, and love.

GE - Good Ending is a shonen manga by Sasuga Kei, that ran in Weekly Shōnen Magazine. Good Ending began in August 2009, and finished after 156 chapters.

Caution: spoilers ahead, some untagged. Read at your own risk!

This series contains examples of:

  • A-Cup Angst: Shou. Really.
  • Accidental Pervert — Utsumi. Yuki doesn't like it.
  • A Friend in Need — Kurokawa to Utsumi at first, later all of Utsumi friends. Poor guy can't catch a break.
    • And lately, Izumi to Utsumi. Heck, Izumi is this to everyone.
  • All Love Is Unrequited — Utsumi at first. Oonuma.
  • Anguished Declaration of Love — Utsumi to Yuki, thrice at one point. Shou to Utsumi in a latter arc as well.
    • Kouno to Eri in chapter 124.
  • Armor-Piercing Slap — Yuki gets two in a row, at the hands of Oonuma.
    • Yuki to Tohru, in chapter 151
  • Art Evolution — Noticeable in that Yuki gets progressively drawn to seem more girly and vulnerable as her character becomes less guarded. For example, her lips were consistently drawn out at the beginning, giving her a voluptuous, mature look, whereas now it's usually just a single line. Her eyes have also gotten bigger and rounder. Compare 1 to 71.
  • Author Appeal — Seems Sasuga Kei loves to draw the girls in various states of undress for the chapter covers.
  • Balcony Escape — Yuki jumps off and falls into Utsumi's arms because she wants to escape her family's x-mas dinner. Bonus points for doing so in a formal dress.
  • Babies Ever After: In the Distant Finale for Yuki and Utsumi, and Shou and Kento. Eri and Kouno would like to and not for lack of trying.
  • Barbie Doll Anatomy — Used in place of Censor Steam.
  • Baseball Episode — They even tried to invoke The Casey Effect but averted at the last minute.
  • Bastard Boyfriend — Kento and Touru. However...
    • Later, soon after they broke up, Kento has a My God, What Have I Done? moment. He realizes that, without Shou, he is empty.
    • Touru has in fact been tricked by a friend of his who also has an eye on Yuki. Said friend peer-pressures him to have sex with Yuki, telling him that he must prove his manliness, and then when Touru and Yuki did it this friend recorded it without them knowing.
  • Beautiful Dreamer — Yuki almost leads to a Dude, She's Like in a Coma moment. Then again, she did grab him.
    • Again in Chapter 35, which actually leads to First Kiss.
  • Beta Couple — Kouno and Eri. And still are in the Distant Finale
  • Betty and Veronica — Shou and Yuki.
  • Big Damn HeroIzumi rescuing Risa from being raped.
    • Utsumi climbing into a dilapidated warehouse to save Yuki from Tohru.
  • Boy Meets Girl — Girl tries to get boy together with another girl. You can guess how that turns out. Or not.
  • Break His Heart to Save Him / Shoo the Dog — During the breakup arc, Yuki dumps Utsumi because she can't deal with her Broken Bird issues, specially with him continuing to be nice to her, despite everything, so her logic is to dump him so he can find someone better.
    • It turns out Izumi is doing this to Oonuma, so as she doesn't fall to despair and commit suicide, like his cousin did.
    • And Utsumi does this to Shou in recent chapters as well, after they had been a couple.
  • Break the Cutie — Shou, Oonuma and Yuki. And Utsumi.
  • Broken Bird — Yuki. This is more poignant after you find out the backstory, specially considering she comes from a rather traditional family. And the issues are still going as strong as ever.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy — Izumi.
  • Butt Monkey — Utsumi and Kouno
  • Can Not Spit It OutAverted, Subverted, then taken out to the woods shot and left for dead.
  • Can't Hold Her Liquor — Yuki
  • The Casey Effect — Averted twice. Once in the baseball chapter; the 2nd time in the tennis tournament, where the only one able to get a single victory was Shou, and Yuki even lost to lower ranked opponents.
    • Make it three times. Kouno failed again in the summer baseball tournament.
  • Censor Box — Used for laughs when Yuasa was trying to cheer up Utsumi.
  • Character Development — One of the things that draws you into the series. Specially with Utsumi.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Riko, a middle-schooler Seiji met at photography course. She is Tooru's sister.
  • The Chikan — In Chap.80, Oonuma gets groped by a pervy convenience store clerk, and quite possibly would've been raped in the store's back room if Yuki hadn't shown up and threatened to call the cops and testify as to the groping.
  • Corner of Woe Utsumi was in one post-breakup. Not played for laughs.
  • Covert Pervert — Utsumi can have some interesting thoughts. The same goes for Shou. And then you have a drunken Eri and Kouno imagining Utsumi getting into interesting situations with Yuki, Shou and Oonuma during the x-mas break.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass — Izumi, and while clearly not a moron (see Hidden Depths), no one expected him to be good in physical fights as well.
  • Cry into Chest — Utsumi! Into three different girls, no less. Yuki, Yuasa and Shou.
  • Curtains Match the WindowYuki and Oonuma.
  • Cute Sports Club Manager — Eri becomes one for Kouno's baseball team.
  • Cynicism Catalyst Mika's suicide is this for Izumi
  • Daddy's Girl / Overprotective Dad — Shou's Dad. Played for Laughs.
  • Darker and Edgier: The story, gradually. Goes hand-in-hand with Art Evolution above. Earlier, the characters are cartoony and overblown, and the story more often than not causes laugh, chuckle, and light mood. Now, though, as the characters are shaped more realistically, the story is definitely somber.
  • Date Peepers — Utsumi and the gang on Yuki, when she dated a random guy from school. Shou's family on Utsumi and Shou, the first time she brought him to her house.
  • Did I Just Say That Out Loud?
  • Distant Finale: The last chapter takes place 10 years later.
  • Dogged Nice Guy — Utsumi. Originally a Type 1, but quickly grew out of it, became a Type 2, thanks to all the misunderstandings with Yuki. He's get better tho.
  • Dope Slap — Utsumi to Yuki, with an ice cream spoon, when she brings the subject that he might have been happier with Oonuma rather than herself. Ok, so it was a gently tap, but the intent is the same.
  • Doppelgänger Replacement Love Interest — In a twisted way. Chapter 87 reveals that Yuki took Utsumi on a vacation to her hometown to relive her previous love life with Touru, culminating in asking him to basically rape her in the old school library in order to rewrite her memories of her past relationship, Utsumi doesn't take it kindly.
    • Utsumi's was staying at Yuasa's apartment and she conveniently looks a lot like Shou.
    • Oonuma not only looks like Mika, Izumi's older cousin, but also has a very similar personality. But rather than being attracted to her, he acts disdainful towards her, so as Oonuma doesn't follow Mika's path.
  • Dress Hits Floor Yuki, in chapter 81. It doesn't get far.
  • Drowning Our Romantic Sorrows — With karaoke.
    • Oonuma, with tea, which seems to be leading to a Casting Couch incident, which only didn't happen because Izumi intervened.
  • Epiphany Therapy — Utsumi should seriously become a therapist; he has a real talent of fixing others problems by giving a short speech about how they should deal with their problems instead of going down more self-destructive routes. Then again, he has his own problems...
  • Et Tu, Brute?: Yuki and Touru used to have a friend in middle school named Yuji. Yuji has a crush on Yuki and is supremely pissed that Touru has her. So he pressures Touru to having sex with Yuki, records them, and then tells Yuki that Touru has a bet with him. Two birds in one stone, he blows Yuki and Touru's relationship to smithereens, as well as their good names in school.
  • Exact Eavesdropping Yuki and Utsumi happen to walk by the club room at the time Shou confesses to another club member that she loves Utsumi.
  • Failed a Spot Check — Shou.
  • False Start
  • Fanservice — Some scenes in the manga, some of the chapter covers, and the "interesting thoughts" some characters have.
  • The First Cut Is the Deepest — Yuki. It's one of the reasons why she's a Broken Bird.
  • First Girl Wins — Sorta. Kurokawa asserts that's the reason why she didn't reciprocate Utsumi's feelings. And lampshaded by Eri in chapter 32, but with the gender roles reversed for Utsumi and Oonuma.
  • First Kiss — Yuki and Utsumi.
  • First Name Basis — It takes 70 chapters for Yuki to call Utsumi by his first name, Seiji. Utsumi tries to call her Yuki, and he stutters it somehow.
  • First Person Snapshooter — Utsumi. People have started to notice that he's actually really good at it.
  • Foreshadowing — Izumi commenting that Oonuma reminds him of someone.
  • Gag Boobs — Oonuma
  • Genre Savvy — Eri. Yuki as well, when she's not holding the Idiot Ball. Izumi takes the cake as being the most Genre Savvy character in the series; he quickly picks up on Oonuma's darker personality issues, is the only one that didn't judge Utsumi after the breakup, saves Oonuma from herself and the Casting Couch rapist, and figures out that Utsumi and Shou had sex.
  • Girl of the Week — Yuasa, who is Utsumi's sempai at the photography academy and predicted Utsumi and Yuki's breakup due to Yuki's Broken Bird issues and Utsumi controlling his impulses perhaps all too well. There is no romance involved, instead acting more like Therapist of the Week instead.
  • Goofy Print Underwear — Shou.
  • Handsome Lech — Izumi.
  • Harsh Word Impact — Close enough. Utsumi got hammered so bad by Yuki's words that Ryou actually took pity of him. He even remarked that he thought Utsumi was going to die of sadness.
    • Yuki got this from both Izumi and Oonuma, although Oonuma's came with an Armor-Piercing Slap bonus.
  • Heel Realization Tohru, in chapter 151
  • Heroic BSODUtsumi, after the breakup.
  • Hidden Depths — Izumi. While he comes off as a Handsome Lech and a jerkass, he really cares for his friends and will help them out whenever they're in need, and will often give some of the most sensible advice depending on the situation. It's also hard to notice at first but he's the smartest of the trio, and knows karate as well.
  • Home Porn MovieToru filmed himself and Yuki and then showed it to his friends. No wonder she's broken.
  • Idiot Ball — If someone is holding one at one point in the story, it will be either Utsumi and Yuki. Sometimes they take turns, sometimes they hold onto it together.
    • Oonuma on at least one occasion, the one that almost got her raped.
  • I Have to Wash My HairShou says she is sick to get out of her date with Utsumi. She isn't. Utsumi returns it to Shou when he makes excuses not to go to morning practices anymore.
  • Ice Queen — Oonuma at first appears to be this, but really turns out to be a serious Shrinking Violet.
    • Lampshaded in chapter 70.
  • Inner Monologue — Utsumi does this somewhat often.
  • It's All About Me Yuki during the breakup; Oonuma after being rescued by Izumi.
    • Tohru, after he reappears. Up to Eleven from chapter 148 onward. Lampshaded by Yuki.
    Yuki: Tohru, all you do is give me demands... the person I want beside is always concerned about me. Even if I gave in and said 'yes' to your request, my heart would not be in it. You've even ignored my feelings and locked me in here... just what did you hope would happen?
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy — At times, it will be the reason someone will end up carrying an Idiot Ball.
    • As of Chapter 80, Oonuma takes this approach when she admits to Yuki that she's giving up on Utsumi. Yuki is touched by Oonuma's obvious sincere feelings for Utsumi, and worried that Utsumi is suffering in their relationship because of Yuki's Broken Bird issues — causing Yuki to invoke this trope herself the next time she's alone with Utsumi, and says outright that he might be happier if he were to date Oonuma instead. Utsumi quickly tells her that if that was the case, he would not have worked so hard to become her boyfriend.
    • Yuki does this again in perfect tandem with the Idiot Ball when she breaks up with Utsumi because she loves him so much that it hurts to see him being so kind to her despite all her issues. She's also afraid she'll never recover from her Broken Bird issues and because she believes he won't ever be truly happy if they're unable to have sex, or eventually children, because of her fear of intimacy. Of course, this happened after she tried to get over her issues by asking Utsumi to pretty much rape her, after reliving one of the dates she had with Tohru, her old flame.
  • Jerkass — Kento.
    • Yuki's dad
  • Jerkass Façade — Ryou. He is just overly protective of Yuki. Izumi too, at times — specially with Risa.
  • Jerk With A Heartof Gold — Izumi
  • Kissing Cousins — Ryou wants to marry Yuki, she disagrees.
    • Izumi and Mika, at least in his mind.
  • The Klutz — Utsumi, Oonuma and Shou.
  • Lamp Shaded Double Entendre - "Are those skillful fingers of yours only for fish?"
  • Lethal Chef — Yuki and Shou.
    • Maybe a new form of the trope, as Shou is only lethal to herself (through assorted burns and cuts). Nobody else seems to complain about her cooking. More of a Lethal Chef of Iron?
    • Played more straight later on, with Shou's own family gasping at her cooking.
  • Leave the Two Lovebirds Alone — Shou's family, much to her embarrassment.
    • Although, on prior occasions, they were eavesdropping on them instead, also, much to her embarrassment.
  • Love HotelsUtsumi ends up checking into one when Yuki accidentally gets drunk on a practice date.
  • Love Hurts — All over the place. and taken to an extreme in chapter 87.
  • Love Makes You CrazyTohru
  • Luminescent Blush — Characters in this manga can blush intensely.
  • Man of Wealth and Taste — Izumi, specially after becoming the heir to the fashion company his dad owned.
  • A Man Is Not a Virgin — Averted. Was going to be subverted in chapter 79 but Yuki is still trying to solve her issues, so Utsumi is still a virgin.
    • Eventually subverted in chapter 120, when Utsumi and Shou consummate their relationship.
    • Kouno is still a virgin however.
  • Master of the Mixed Message — Yuki for Utsumi when he starts liking her, due to her issues and his inexperience with girls. Utsumi for the girls who become attracted to him because of his excessive niceness inadvertently sending mixed signals.
    • This is lampshaded much later in the series by Izumi after Risa tells him he's really mean whereas Utsumi is always kind, to which Izumi replies that he's actually the kinder of the two.
    • Yuki's been sending a different kind of mixed messages to Utsumi recently, making him feel that while they do love each other, they won't end up together, and that Yuki actually wants Utsumi to move on and date someone else.
  • Matchmaker Crush — Most notably in the one-shot/pilot.
  • Maybe Ever After Shou and Kento. Confirmed in the Distant Finale.
    • Izumi and Oonuma in the Distant Finale. This is lampshaded by Utsumi in the last chapter.
      Utsumi:For those two, it's a mystery whether or not there are any romantic feelings...
      • The Later Life Omake implies they're a couple.
  • Nice Guy — Utsumi. Way too nice actually, which often leads to him holding an Idiot Ball because he just can't bring himself to hurt anyone, just making things worse. Eri even tells him that being excessively nice and tip-toeing around as to not hurt people's feelings will get him in trouble, and he admits as much. And Yuki breaks up with him because him being so nice with her is just too painful for her. The whole thing is lampshaded again by Yuasa.
  • The Nick Namer — Eri.
  • Non-Action Guy — Utsumi. Even if he grew up as a character, grew a backbone and tried to fight Tohru, he still lost in spite of his Big Damn Hero moment.
  • Nose Bleed — Utsumi ends up with one after a dream involving Yuki.
  • Not Distracted by the Sexy — A variant in that Yuasa flashes before Utsumi to get a reaction out of him during his stay in her apartment when he's going through his post-breakup Heroic BSOD. No dice.
  • Not What It Looks Like — Several instances.
    • Subverted at one point with rather interesting consequences, when Eri sees Kurokawa and Utsumi coming out of a love hotel. The resulting behavior was actually a result of inferring completely accurate conclusions. The one that happened as a result of that, meanwhile, was a straight version, except that it actually made the romance progress when Shou realized that she shouldn't be as upset as she was, unless she was falling for Utsumi.
    • Happens again when Utsumi is helping Shou with her exercises.
    • Yet again with Utsumi and Oonuma at the festival.
    • Happens again in Chapter 90, when all his friends, including Yuki, force into Yuasa's apartment and find them eating together some Yakiniku. Just the sight of Utsumi and Yuasa together is enough to make Yuki run away and in tears even tho it was Yuki who dumped Utsumi in the first place. Lampshaded by Izumi later and lets the others know that they really don't know Utsumi's side of the story and thus shouldn't pass judgement so hastily. However, should be noted that since then, neither Yuki nor Utsumi have told anyone what exactly happened, and why.
    • In fact, several misunderstandings could be cleared if Utsumi and Yuki had both been honest with their friends and mention that Yuki dumped Utsumi, rather than it being a mutual break-up, which for the readers it's obvious it was not.
  • Oblivious To Hints — Utsumi, bar none. He gets called out on it by Izumi, Eri and Yuki.
    • Lampshaded in chapter 70.
  • Once More with Clarity: What really happened to Yuki and Tohru.
  • Open-Minded Parent — Yuki's Mom, which is a big contrast vis a vis her Dad.
  • Overprotective Dad — Yuki's Dad
  • Pair the SparesShou with Kento, by the looks of it. And confirmed in the Distant Finale.
  • Panty Shot — Oonuma, oh god. Also, Shou and Yuki, Hilarity Ensues.
  • Pet the Dog Izumi to Risa in Chapter 121 and Chapter 122
  • Pilot Episode — The oneshot special.
  • The Pollyanna — Yuasa.
  • Psychopathic Manchild Tohru. With a healthy dose of Yandere to boot.
  • Rape as Drama — Yuki. The sex was consensual, the Home Porn Movie, and it being passed around the school, were not.
  • The Reveal — What Touru did note . Although it had been hinted earlier in the story.
  • Romantic Runner-Up — Oonuma
  • The Runaway — Yuki. While it was hinted this was the case early in the story, and confirmed later on, we don't find out the reasons behind it till chapter 66.
    • Utsumi ran away after the breakup, he holed up himself in Yuasa's apartment while recovering.
  • Running Gag — Utsumi tends to run away from everyone... for just about everything.
  • Satchel Switcheroo — Happens with film negatives.
  • Sex As Rite-Of-Passage — A female version with Eri. She gets better before she can do something she will regret.
  • School Festival
  • Shipper on Deck — Yuki plays one between Utsumi and Shou, largely to convince herself to believe in love again.
    • And tries again with Utsumi and Oonuma. Then Eri jumps on the UtsumixYuki ship.
    • Shou later asked Yuki to ship her and Utsumi together. Yuki told her No.
  • Ship Sinking — At this stage, the UxO ship is pretty much dead in the water. And if the one-shot is to be believed, the UxS ship is bound to be sunk as well.
    • An in-universe example when Eri is distraught, and verbally lashing at Utsumi, when he states that he's dating Shou.
  • Shonen (Demographic) — Despite being a romance/comedy, it's pretty obvious it's a shonen manga. The Fanservice / Fetish Fuel, and being published in Weekly Shonen Magazine being dead giveaways.
  • Single Woman Seeks Good Man — Why the girls, at one point or another, seem to have set their eyes on Utsumi.
  • Skinship Grope — Shou to Yuki, during the bath house scene. This was actually triggered by Shou's A-Cup Angst.
  • Stalker with a Crush — Utsumi starts as one, until he gets caught.
  • Sugar and Ice Personality Izumi. No, really. Although this is only around Oonuma.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial
    Mai: "Shou, what's wrong? Your face is red."
    Shou: "Nothing! I wasn't thinking anything"
    Mai: "So you obviously were thinking of something. The kind of thing that makes you turn red."
  • Thanks for the Mammary — Utsumi to Shou, when trying to keep her from falling from the second floor of her house.
  • The Confidant — Eri is this to Yuki, who is the only one that knows that Yuki still likes Utsumi, even after dumping him.
  • There Are No Therapists — This series took its Darker and Edgier turn based on this. Almost every main character has its share of psychological issues.
    • Utsumi is prone to depression and cannot accurately distinguish when an expectation is unrealistic.
    • Yuki was pressured into sex with Touru and was publicly humilliated when she discovered that he filmed them having sex and showed the video to his friends.
    • Shou was used as a sexfriend and then discarded when the guy found another girl to play with.
    • Oonuma has serious self-esteem issues; she was rather chubby before knowing Utsumi and she's not good at talking with men.
    • Other characters have issues that, though not as big as the already mentioned, nevertheless need professional help.
      • Utsumi was this for all his friends in the beginning of the series, now it's Eri and Izumi, although Utsumi tried to act like one to Yuki, when they were a couple.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech Izumi to Oonuma, after he saves her from being raped.
    • Yuki to Tohru, as she tells him he's incredibly selfish.
  • There Is Only One Bed — The first time, there was a couch in the room. The second time, well...
  • They DoAt first, it seems like this will be played straight with Utsumi and Shou, but it ends up being horribly subverted.
    • Then eventually double-subverted as Utsumi finally cuts through all the mixed messages and sets the record straight about his feelings for her, just before her graduation.
    • Kouno and Eri.
    • Yuki finally confessing her love to Utsumi, declaring that as long as they're together, that will be her Good Ending.
  • Tiger Versus Dragon — Izumi and Yuki at first.
  • Title Drop: From Kouno to Utsumi in the first chapter: "Remember that girl character game that you got hooked on in Jr High? You had to have the right responses and interaction in order to get a good ending."
    • Also, in Chapter 155, the 2nd to last chapter in the series, by Yuki herself
    Yuki:As long as I'm together with you, that will be a Good Ending.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Pretty much the premise of the series is how Utsumi grows as a person. Even if he got beat up to a pulp by Tohru in the fight near the climax. He still got the girl just by sheer determination alone and for being genuinely a nice guy.
  • Triang Relations — Would be a Love Dodecahedron, but there are never more than two girls involved with Utsumi, at a given time.
  • Tsundere — Eri. Yuki seems to display some tsundere tendencies when other people observe how open and friendly she is with Utsumi. In fact, Utsumi calls Yuki a Tsundere at one point.
  • The Unfair Sex — Adverted for the most part. Although Utsumi gets called out when he messes up, it should be noted that most of the time they are aware he's not doing things out of maliciousness. The times he actually does things with malice, he does get called out, appropriately, and has to work hard to deal with the consequences.
    • And subverted when Yuki gets called out as well by Eri, Izumi and Oonuma.
    • But sadly played straight in the break-up mini-arc. Yes, Utsumi ran away, and all his friends are worried about him, but Yuki has neglected telling them that she dumped him — and thus, the first thing his friends do when they finally find him at Yuasa's apartment eating Yakiniku, which makes Yuki run away in tears, is to punch him around for being selfish. Eri apologizes to Utsumi for this a day after though.
  • Unlucky Childhood FriendYuki, apparently.
  • Unlucky Everydude — Utsumi pretty much embodies this trope.
  • Unrequited Love Switcheroo — Shou. Yuki.
  • Victorious Childhood Friend — Yuki in the one-shot special.
  • What Beautiful Eyes — Sasuga Kei puts a lot of effort in the eyes of the girls, specially for the covers.
  • What the Hell, Hero?Utsumi calling Yuki out when she asks him to basically rape her.
    • Izumi calling Oonuma out on her attempt to make Utsumi feel guilty about her.
  • When They Smile — Shou, Oonuma, Eri, even Utsumi, but specially, Yuki.
  • Wrong Guy First: Shou initially chose Kento over Utsumi.
  • Yandere: Tohru. Full blown — as seen in chapters 148-150. Perhaps the most telltale signs being his Roaring Rampage of Revenge against Yuji and his cronies, who were shown in flashbacks to have beaten to bloody pulps and looking like they're begging for mercy.
  • Yank the Dog's Chain — Happens to Utsumi way more then he deserves. One can't help but to feel bad for Shou at this point as well.
    • Oonuma is a heartbreaking example.
  • Your Cheating Heart — Utsumi with Shou, at least a couple of times. Or so it seems in the eyes of Yuki; all of these have been misunderstandings caused by Utsumi's unintentionally being a Master of the Mixed Message and just being generally a Nice Guy to everyone.
    • Played more straight with Utsumi in the recent mini-arc, eventually culminating in Utsumi and Shou becoming a couple. However, it should be noted that Utsumi had been dumped prior to this, and Yuki has been wishy-washy ever since with him.
    • To a certain degree, the reason why Utsumi and Shou eventually broke up. They were really just licking each other wounds.
  • You Would Make a Great ModelOonuma, during her Heroic BSOD after finding out Utsumi is dating Shou. At this point, it seems it will lead to a Casting Couch incident, and only didn't end like that because Izumi beat the crap out of that creep.
    • Oonuma does become a model by the time of the Distant Finale, working for Izumi's fashion company.
  • Zettai Ryouiki — The girls at times, not very often tho.

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