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-->'''Aya''', with a LongingLook: Hey, Sunahara, I'm proud of you. You're my fifth friend, after all. ''Forever and ever.''
* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: The anime is clean. Some of the novels, however, involves contents that is too mature for tweens. In the West anyway.
** ''The Moth Fly Knows'' eventually involves a case of [[spoiler:systematic euthanasia, where a hospital owner would "help" families of old and infirm patients secretly kill off their family members on their under-the-table request. The modus operandi is actually mentioned, and it's medically quite feasible.]]
** ''The Blue Diamond Knows'' is tamer, but it still involves a case of drug diversion, and the drug in question is ''named'': propofol, with a brief discussion on its addiction potential and side effects, and the regulatory issues that makes it a prime target for diversion.

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-->'''Aya''', with a LongingLook: Hey, Sunahara, I'm proud of you. You're my fifth friend, after all. ''Forever and ever.''
* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: The anime is clean. Some of the novels, however, involves contents that is too mature for tweens. In the West anyway.
** ''The Moth Fly Knows'' eventually involves a case of [[spoiler:systematic euthanasia, where a hospital owner would "help" families of old and infirm patients secretly kill off their family members on their under-the-table request. The modus operandi is actually mentioned, and it's medically quite feasible.]]
** ''The Blue Diamond Knows'' is tamer, but it still involves a case of drug diversion, and the drug in question is ''named'': propofol, with a brief discussion on its addiction potential and side effects, and the regulatory issues that makes it a prime target for diversion.
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-->'''Aya''', with a LongingLook: Hey, Sunahara, I'm proud of you. You're my fifth friend, after all. ''Forever and ever.''

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-->'''Aya''', with a LongingLook: Hey, Sunahara, I'm proud of you. You're my fifth friend, after all. ''Forever and ever.''''
* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: The anime is clean. Some of the novels, however, involves contents that is too mature for tweens. In the West anyway.
** ''The Moth Fly Knows'' eventually involves a case of [[spoiler:systematic euthanasia, where a hospital owner would "help" families of old and infirm patients secretly kill off their family members on their under-the-table request. The modus operandi is actually mentioned, and it's medically quite feasible.]]
** ''The Blue Diamond Knows'' is tamer, but it still involves a case of drug diversion, and the drug in question is ''named'': propofol, with a brief discussion on its addiction potential and side effects, and the regulatory issues that makes it a prime target for diversion.


* AdaptationDisplacement: ''Tantei Team KZ Jiken Note'' is obviously more visible than the CutShort light novel ''KZ Shonen Shoujo Seminar'' that it is adapted from.


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* SequelDisplacement: A case of the SpiritualSuccessor overtaking the original. ''Tantei Team KZ Jiken Note'' is obviously more visible than the CutShort light novel ''KZ Shonen Shoujo Seminar'' that it is adapted from.


* FanPreferredCouple: When Sunahara appeared in episode 5, the western viewers immediately picked up Sunahara X Aya and prefer it over the "default" Wakatake X Aya, reasoning that a NiceGuy like Sunahara is a better choice to introverted Aya than the HotBlooded, impulsive, and occasionally {{jerkass}} Wakatake.

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* FanPreferredCouple: When Sunahara appeared in episode 5, the western viewers immediately picked up Sunahara X Aya and prefer it over the "default" Wakatake X Aya, reasoning that a NiceGuy like Sunahara is a better choice to introverted Aya than the HotBlooded, impulsive, and occasionally {{jerkass}} Wakatake.Wakatake.
* TearJerker: The second part of episode 8, when Aya suffers a case of (downplayed, admittedly) StarCrossedLovers at an age before she even understands romantic love. Sunahara is the person she considers to be the [[NiceGuy nicest guy]] she has met up to this point. And then after knowing the Detective Team's conclusions on contaminated beef would bankrupt his family company, what she can only morally do is to lessen its impact on them, by telling Sunahara before [[AttentionWhore Wakatake]]'s going to name-and-shame them. In the end Sunahara returns her feelings (in friendship terms--but then they're tweens), before leaving without a trace (maybe except his phone number).
-->'''Aya''', with a LongingLook: Hey, Sunahara, I'm proud of you. You're my fifth friend, after all. ''Forever and ever.''


* FanFavoredCouple: When Sunahara appeared in episode 5, the western viewers immediately picked up Sunahara X Aya and prefer it over the "default" Wakatake X Aya, reasoning that a NiceGuy like Sunahara is a better choice to introverted Aya than the HotBlooded, impulsive, and occasionally {{jerkass}} Wakatake.

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* FanFavoredCouple: FanPreferredCouple: When Sunahara appeared in episode 5, the western viewers immediately picked up Sunahara X Aya and prefer it over the "default" Wakatake X Aya, reasoning that a NiceGuy like Sunahara is a better choice to introverted Aya than the HotBlooded, impulsive, and occasionally {{jerkass}} Wakatake.

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* AdaptationDisplacement: ''Tantei Team KZ Jiken Note'' is obviously more visible than the CutShort light novel ''KZ Shonen Shoujo Seminar'' that it is adapted from.
* FanFavoredCouple: When Sunahara appeared in episode 5, the western viewers immediately picked up Sunahara X Aya and prefer it over the "default" Wakatake X Aya, reasoning that a NiceGuy like Sunahara is a better choice to introverted Aya than the HotBlooded, impulsive, and occasionally {{jerkass}} Wakatake.

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