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* ItWasWithYouAllAlong: Ryota [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] this, telling Megumi she's already wearing her glasses.
** [[spoiler:In reality, she's looking for her bloomers. Turns out she was wearing it the whole time.]]

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* ItWasWithYouAllAlong: Ryota [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] this, telling Megumi she's already wearing her glasses.
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glasses. [[spoiler:In reality, she's looking for her bloomers. Turns out she was wearing it the whole time.]]



* RealSongThemeTune: The first three ending themes for the TV anime are covers by the characters of past songs; ''Secret Base ~Kimi ga Kureta Mono~'' by ZONE for the first three episodes, ''Dai Bakuhatsu No.1'' also by ZONE for the next two, ''Natsu Matsuri'' by JITTERIN'JINN for the sixth.


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''Kyou no Go no Ni'' (or ''Kyō no Go no Ni'') is the debut Japanese {{Seinen}} {{Manga}} series created by [[Manga/MinamiKe Koharu Sakuraba]], originally serialized in Kodansha's Bessatsu Young Magazine from 2002 to 2003. The twenty-two chapters were later collected together in a single bound volume along with two extra chapters and published on November 11, 2003 by Kodansha.

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''Kyou no Go no Ni'' (or ''Kyō no Go 5 no Ni'') 2'', meaning "Today in Class 5-2") is the debut Japanese {{Seinen}} {{Manga}} series created by [[Manga/MinamiKe Koharu Sakuraba]], originally serialized in Kodansha's Bessatsu Young Magazine from 2002 to 2003. The twenty-two chapters were later collected together in a single bound volume along with two extra chapters and published on November 11, 2003 by Kodansha.

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* RealSongThemeTune: The first three ending themes for the TV anime are covers by the characters of past songs; ''Secret Base ~Kimi ga Kureta Mono~'' by ZONE for the first three episodes, ''Dai Bakuhatsu No.1'' also by ZONE for the next two, ''Natsu Matsuri'' by JITTERIN'JINN for the sixth.

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''Kyou no Go no Ni'' (or ''Kyō no Go no Ni'') is the debut Japanese {{Seinen}} {{Manga}} series created by [[MinamiKe Koharu Sakuraba]], originally serialized in Kodansha's Bessatsu Young Magazine from 2002 to 2003. The twenty-two chapters were later collected together in a single bound volume along with two extra chapters and published on November 11, 2003 by Kodansha.

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''Kyou no Go no Ni'' (or ''Kyō no Go no Ni'') is the debut Japanese {{Seinen}} {{Manga}} series created by [[MinamiKe [[Manga/MinamiKe Koharu Sakuraba]], originally serialized in Kodansha's Bessatsu Young Magazine from 2002 to 2003. The twenty-two chapters were later collected together in a single bound volume along with two extra chapters and published on November 11, 2003 by Kodansha.



* ArtShift: In the same vein as MinamiKe.

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* ArtShift: In the same vein as MinamiKe.Manga/MinamiKe.


* {{Fanservice}}: The OVA is guilty of this, which sometimes gets weird knowing the characters are in fifth grade. The anime series removed most of it but still has its moments.

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* {{Fanservice}}: The OVA is guilty of this, as is the manga on which it was based, which sometimes gets weird knowing the characters are in fifth grade. The anime series removed most of it but still has its moments.


* Tsundere: Chika is Type B.

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* Tsundere: ThoseTwoGuys: Koji and Tsubasa, generally
* {{Tsundere}}:
Chika is Type B.


* EvolvingCredits: The closing credits of the TV series change to reflect the seasonal change in the show, including the song. This means the series has 4 closing credit sequences, with a different song for each one!



* HeavySleeper: Ryota

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* HeavySleeper: RyotaRyota, so much so it's actually contagious.


* {{Fanservice}}: The OVA is guilty of this. The anime series removed most of it but still has its moments.

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* {{Fanservice}}: The OVA is guilty of this.this, which sometimes gets weird knowing the characters are in fifth grade. The anime series removed most of it but still has its moments.


The Manga would later be adapted into a five episode OVA running from March 24, 2006 - March 21, 2007. Even later, a full TV {{Anime}} adaptation would be developed (unrelated to the OVAs) consisting of [[TwelveEpisodeAnime 13 episodes]] between October 5, 2008 - December 28, 2008.

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The Manga would later be adapted into a five episode OVA running from March 24, 2006 - March 21, 2007. Even later, a full TV {{Anime}} adaptation would be developed (unrelated to the OVAs) [=OVAs=]) consisting of [[TwelveEpisodeAnime 13 episodes]] between October 5, 2008 - December 28, 2008.


* CuteShotaroBoy: The boys, of course


''Kyou No Go No Ni'' (or ''Kyō no Go no Ni'') is the debut Japanese {{Seinen}} {{Manga}} series created by [[MinamiKe Koharu Sakuraba]], originally serialized in Kodansha's Bessatsu Young Magazine from 2002 to 2003. The twenty-two chapters were later collected together in a single bound volume along with two extra chapters and published on November 11, 2003 by Kodansha.

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''Kyou No no Go No no Ni'' (or ''Kyō no Go no Ni'') is the debut Japanese {{Seinen}} {{Manga}} series created by [[MinamiKe Koharu Sakuraba]], originally serialized in Kodansha's Bessatsu Young Magazine from 2002 to 2003. The twenty-two chapters were later collected together in a single bound volume along with two extra chapters and published on November 11, 2003 by Kodansha.


* AirGuitar: A variation using broomsticks, one episode revolves around the boys in class doing this during [[AfterSchoolCleaningDuty cleaning duty]]. [[SeriousBusiness Completely played out]] [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotAwesome like an actual concert]].

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* AirGuitar: A variation using broomsticks, one episode revolves around the boys in class doing this during [[AfterSchoolCleaningDuty cleaning duty]]. [[SeriousBusiness Completely played out]] [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotAwesome [[MundaneMadeAwesome like an actual concert]].



* BrickJoke: On the very first episode, Aihara uses Ryota's finger to pull out her loose tooth and asks him to help again when her other teeth loosens. Happens again on the final episode, much to Ryota's chagrin. Doubles as BookEnds.

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* BrickJoke: BrickJoke:
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On the very first episode, Aihara uses Ryota's finger to pull out her loose tooth and asks him to help again when her other teeth loosens. Happens again on the final episode, much to Ryota's chagrin. Doubles as BookEnds.

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* ChasteHero: Ryota is not really oblivious, but he's stranger to the concept of romance and is confused when anything sexual brought up.


* {{Pettanko}}: Yuki

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