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* TheCameo: Lucy Baker and Alfendi Layton make a cameo appearance near the end of the last episode visiting Katrielle.

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* TheCameo: Lucy Baker and Alfendi Layton from Layton Brothers Mystery Room make a cameo appearance near the end of the last episode visiting Katrielle.



* ThemeTuneCameo: Katrielle was humming the first ending in episode 32.

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* ThemeTuneCameo: Katrielle was humming the first ending in episode 4 and 32.

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* TheCameo: Lucy Baker and Alfendi Layton make a cameo appearance near the end of the last episode visiting Katrielle.


An [[TheAnimeOfTheGame adaptation]] of ''VideoGame/LaytonsMysteryJourneyKatrielleAndTheMillionairesConspiracy'', and part of the ''VideoGame/ProfessorLayton'' franchise, the anime; follows Katrielle and the detective agency she runs in London. Working alongside her are a young man named Ernest Greeves (Noah in Japanese), and Sherl the dog; as well as Ercule Hastings (Aspoirot in Japanese), a police detective, and his assistant, Emiliana Perfetti (Geraldine in Japanese).

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An [[TheAnimeOfTheGame adaptation]] of ''VideoGame/LaytonsMysteryJourneyKatrielleAndTheMillionairesConspiracy'', and part of the ''VideoGame/ProfessorLayton'' franchise, the anime; anime follows Katrielle and the detective agency she runs in London. Working alongside her are a young man named Ernest Greeves (Noah in Japanese), and Sherl the dog; as well as Ercule Hastings (Aspoirot in Japanese), a police detective, and his assistant, Emiliana Perfetti (Geraldine in Japanese).

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* CliffHanger: The first four "Professor Layton and the Relics Treasure" episodes end in one. Most dramatically in episode 35, [[spoiler:when Katrielle finally discovers what has happened to Luke and her father.]]


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* SparedByTheAdaptation: In ''Mystery Journey'', Madame Doublée mentions her "late husband", whereas episode 43 presents the show's version of him as alive and well, just a frequent international traveller.


* YouFailEconomicsForever: The bank in episode 8. Their solution to [[spoiler:potentially losing 20 million pounds]] because of a [[spoiler:ventilation]] problem? [[spoiler:Simply print extra, and nobody has to know.]] That is not how money works, and could in fact, only make the problem worse. Although this said, Maya's hesitance to let the problem be known is very sensible, as any issue with banking could result in loss of confidence, and runs on the bank's deposits.

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* YouFailEconomicsForever: ArtisticLicenseEconomics: The bank in episode 8. Their solution to [[spoiler:potentially losing 20 million pounds]] because of a [[spoiler:ventilation]] problem? [[spoiler:Simply print extra, and nobody has to know.]] That is not how money works, and could in fact, only make the problem worse. Although this said, Maya's hesitance to let the problem be known is very sensible, as any issue with banking could result in loss of confidence, and runs on the bank's deposits.

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* DeadAllAlong: [[spoiler:In Episode 2, the Oliva we see is nothing more than an illusion.]]


* SweetTooth: Katrielle. She compares each mystery to a different sweet when she is about to give her solution to the problem.

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* SweetTooth: Katrielle. [[RunningGag She compares each mystery to a different sweet when she is about to give her solution to the problem.]]

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** As of episode 35, Rufus Alberdeen is shown after the room is light up, before that the room was dark.

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* ThemeTuneCameo: Katrielle was humming the first ending in episode 32.


An [[TheAnimeOfTheGame adaptation]] of ''VideoGame/LaytonsMysteryJourneyKatrielleAndTheMillionairesConspiracy'', and part of the [[Franchise/ProfessorLayton Professor Layton]] franchise, the anime; follows Katrielle and the detective agency she runs in London. Working alongside her are a young man named Ernest Greeves (Noah in Japanese), and Sherl the dog; as well as Ercule Hastings (Aspoirot in Japanese), a police detective, and his assistant, Emiliana Perfetti (Geraldine in Japanese).

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An [[TheAnimeOfTheGame adaptation]] of ''VideoGame/LaytonsMysteryJourneyKatrielleAndTheMillionairesConspiracy'', and part of the [[Franchise/ProfessorLayton Professor Layton]] ''VideoGame/ProfessorLayton'' franchise, the anime; follows Katrielle and the detective agency she runs in London. Working alongside her are a young man named Ernest Greeves (Noah in Japanese), and Sherl the dog; as well as Ercule Hastings (Aspoirot in Japanese), a police detective, and his assistant, Emiliana Perfetti (Geraldine in Japanese).

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* FlungClothing: Happens in episode 30. Despite the fact the client did not have plans to go to Hawaii, he has a Hawaiian shirt underneath.


* BalloonBelly: Katrielle gets one at the end of Episode 16 after eating the trio's lunch and an ''entire cake'' all by herself.

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* BalloonBelly: Katrielle gets one at the end of Episode 16 after eating the trio's lunch and an ''entire ''an entire cake'' all by herself.


* BigEater: Katrielle. She compares each mystery to a different sweet when she is about to give her solution to the problem. When hunger strikes during one case, she confronts one of the witnesses... to ask for a restaurant recommendation.

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* BigEater: Katrielle. She compares each mystery to a different sweet when she is about to give her solution to the problem. When hunger strikes during one case, she confronts one of the witnesses... to ask for a restaurant recommendation.


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* SweetTooth: Katrielle. She compares each mystery to a different sweet when she is about to give her solution to the problem.


The series is part of the Spring 2018 anime; lineup, expected to run for 50 episodes, each half an hour in length, and featuring a weekly client seeking Katrielle's expertise.

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The series is part of the Spring 2018 anime; anime lineup, expected to run ran for 50 episodes, each half an hour in length, and featuring featured a weekly client seeking Katrielle's expertise.


* WeAllLiveInAmerica: One episode has a man delighting his good luck -- but wanting Katrielle's thoughts on it, because he wants to get lucky one last time: his father is ill in hospital, and he used his gains to pay the bills. In the UK, where the animé is set, medical care is free through the NHS, and unless you are in private care (in which case, you would usually have an insurance provider to cover costs), you do not have to pay for operations.

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* WeAllLiveInAmerica: One episode has a man delighting his good luck -- but wanting Katrielle's thoughts on it, because he wants to get lucky one last time: his father is ill in hospital, and he used his gains to pay the bills. In the UK, where the animé anime is set, medical care is free through the NHS, and unless you are in private care (in which case, you would usually have an insurance provider to cover costs), you do not have to pay for operations.

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