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Cracker is a British crime drama series, created and principally written by Jimmy McGovern, and starring Robbie Coltrane and Geraldine Somerville. A total of three series and two specials were broadcast over the course of thirteen years. Episodes varied in length from 50 minutes (series one-three) to 120 minutes (specials). The original broadcast of episode one of the "Brotherly Love" story was an hour long, a total of 70 minutes with commercials, and shown on the Sunday before the regular Monday slot for the series. Further broadcasts of this episode, including VHS and DVD release, were edited down to the conventional 50 minute size.[1]




True Romance Episode 1



"Chapter One: Make Your Mark" is the pilot episode of the HBO dark comedy Barry. It was directed by Bill Hader, who stars in the titular role, and co-written with Alec Berg. The episode establishes the plot of the series, about an Afghan war veteran turned hit man who decides to pursue an acting career after following a mark to acting class. It was released on March 25, 2018.[1]


The episode was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards in the Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series and Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series. The Writers Guild of America nominated Bill Hader and Alec Berg in the Television: Episodic Comedy category.[7]


Luffy's grandfather was originally believed to have been solely an addition to this version of "Romance Dawn" in order to keep Luffy's true back story a secret; no mention had been made of him at all in the first nine years of One Piece's serialization. Yet in late 2006, Luffy's grandfather was revealed as none other than the previously-introduced Vice Admiral Garp, bearing the same character design as his "Romance Dawn" predecessor. However, it is unclear how long the author had this in mind, as Garp appeared to be a minor character at best when he was first introduced. It is also worthy of note that, while his personality is the same, his character has changed dramatically: far from being a pirate himself, he is a high-ranking Naval officer, who had hunted down the famed Pirate King on multiple occasions. In this context, Garp disapproves greatly of his grandsons' decision to become pirates, and lays the blame squarely upon Shanks. Nevertheless, regardless of his "apocryphal" appearance in this version of "Romance Dawn", Luffy's grandfather managed to survive as a character in the transition to One Piece.


What a great episode! Crash Course in Romance delivers another solid chapter, this time with Chi-yeol finding himself on the backfoot and struggling to get the momentum of his career back on track after this scandal.


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Love takes time and love takes work. A lot of romance anime know this fact, and so they often build up the romance between main characters that leads to the payoff of them getting together at the end. While this long game can keep fans invested to see the lead characters finally confess their feelings, some anime make their characters take that plunge much earlier.


Though this does not mean the characters become a couple by episode one, they do end up dating earlier than other couples in anime that have the two getting into a relationship as the end goal. And as such, viewers get to see not only the build-up but also a glimpse at what the couple is like when they start dating.


Updated by Alexandra Locke on February 13, 2023: Too often, romance anime focus on couples struggling with expressing their feelings for one another, only to get together right at the end, leaving audiences hanging about the fate of their relationship. Thankfully, this is not always the case, as there are many great anime that highlight couples after they begin dating. Though they are not as prevalent as "will they, won't they" shows, they are a refreshing take on the romance anime genre. This article has been updated to provide fans with even more anime where the couple gets together early on in the show.


Sword Art Online is a video game isekai on the surface, but the show mainly focuses on the romance between Kirito and Asuna. Though they originally met under dire circumstances, Kirito and Asuna come together once they join a guild and become an unstoppable fighting duo.


From there, the two decide to break from clearing dungeons for a while to play house in a tranquil level of Aincrad. Fans are treated to endearing episodes of Kirito and Asuna being a couple and doing all manner of cute, romantic things together.


Yu Izumi is head-over-heels for his cool girlfriend, Shikimori. The two begin Shikimori's Not Just A Cutie as an already established couple, letting the show focus on their dynamic in a relationship for all twelve episodes.


Though they are already dating, Izumi harbors many insecurities about being a good boyfriend. He worries that his clumsiness will put Shikimori off, but the opposite is true. Shikimori finds Izumi completely endearing, and relishes protecting him. Shikimori and Izumi make a great couple since they both complement each other so well throughout their time together.


Surprisingly though, Keita manages to muster up the courage to jump past "friend territory" and go straight to dating in episode six of Gamers!. Despite the both of them being socially awkward and the other little entanglements that got in the way for them, they manage to date and stay a couple for the rest of the season.


This quickly strengthens the bond between Ako and Rusian, and their in-game love starts to become the real deal by episode six. While Ako's mentality is a little skewed to her in-game counterpart, the fact still stands that her love for him is genuine. Plus, they were together even before Rusian started to reciprocate those feelings.


While unfamiliar with the concept of romance at first, Nino accepts and they start dating by episode four. Kou's relationship with Nino leads him to discover the many strange people who live in Arakawa with Nino and all the bizarre things that come with them.


This show is a look into the lives of adults who are tired of hiding and ready to be themselves. Full of anime and gaming references, this story is a rare look at the dating lives of adults in anime. Though the ending left fans wanting, it is still a great watch for older fans looking for a refreshing romance.


Horimiya quickly became a popular anime in this genre thanks to the raw emotion of its characters and its more realistic take on teenage romance. Part of that stems from the theme of falling for someone after getting to know them which title characters Kyouko Hori and Izumi Miyamura do pretty quickly after seeing past initial appearances.


By the end of the fourth episode, Miyamura ends up confessing his feelings to Hori, believing she is asleep at the time and this lights the spark to Hori confirming their couple status in the next episode. The two end up dating from then on out while riding through all the ups and downs that come with relationships.


To experiment with the strange happenings around the bunny girl senpai's existence, Sakuta and Mai go out on a date (though Mai denies it being one) as early as episode two. In the very next episode, Sakuta confesses that he loves Mai and the one after that is when she accepts his feelings, becoming an official couple for the rest of the season.


Because Takeo was so used to things not going his way, he assumes Rinko's just interested in Makoto at first. This misunderstanding gets put to rest soon enough, and they officially become a couple by episode three. That begins their true love story, one where beauty is more than just skin deep.


As early as the first episode, a few of these characters end up becoming a couple and start dating, and more end up following not too far behind in the episodes after. While not every character gets together on the spot, it is amazing how many of them do so early on in the anime.


Despite their quick decision and the little ceremony that comes with it, Nasa enthusiastically accepts and his very wholesome marriage to Tsukasa begins to take form. Nasa and Tsukasa not only get together by the end of the first episode, but they jump past several other lines and land straight on marriage after barely just meeting.


Thanks for the post! So nice to know more about the books on the show. Sad we dont have all of them translate to English. I just finished episode 8, so I will read the next post after I watch all the episodes. Every day a Good day already has an English translation! See here:


At the beginning of the series (101), George tends to come off as a bit silly, almost foolish, but it is revealed that his hyperactive mind thinks differently and is inspired by Murdoch's methods for solving crimes. It is in the opening episode, Power, he meets Edna Garrison for the first time, sharing their first kiss.


At the top of Season 10, George Crabtree is on the up part of the romance roller coaster with Nina Bloom, even invests in an auto shop business with her brother Sam (ep.1002). With the introduction of Louise Cherry who represents the more traditional choice (ep.1004), George is faced with re-examining his future again, to reconsider how much he values marriage and family or whether an exciting love affair is what he wants to explore. By mid-season, just after he declines his first dinner invitation from Louise, Jackson hands George a letter from his "lady friend" which George assumes is from Louise. Instead, it is a 'Dear John' letter from Nina. He tells Jackson, "It would appear I'm not courting anybody anymore " near the end of Excitable Chap. George struggles with the biggest mystery of all: his love life (ep.1012). In From Murdoch to Eternity, George does some sleuthing behind Murdoch's back with good reason and calls on the help of Louise Cherry and Samuel Bloom. 041b061a72


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