Happy Lesson (2002– )

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Animation, Comedy, Drama


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Chitose is a teenage boy who has no parents, and lives alone. He gets bad grades and eats instant meals. Five of Chitose's teachers decide that they want to be the ones to raise him, they ... See full summary »


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15 September 2005 | Iskatar
Yes, well.
You see, the people who licensed "Happy Lesson" made a poor choice of voice actors, they mispronounced several names such as Chitose and Hitotose, Minazuki, and made some very common mistranslations such as "Onii-chan" in the Japanese version, but in the English version, it's just "Chitose". "Onii-chan" means 'Big brother' or 'elder brother'.

I was disgusted by the English voice acting, it made me sick. Of course, no offense to the English voice actors(I don't want to get mad at). The Japanese voices are so much better, they also fit the character nicely. Unlike the English voices. If you watch the Japanese version, you'll change your mind about the anime just a tad bit.

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Genres

Animation | Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Release Date:

2002

Language

English, Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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