"Pride" is the title you're looking for.Greener wrote:I also dig this one series about a hockey team but the name escapes me. (That show mined Queen's entire back catalogue as the soundtrack too.)
Socratesabroad wrote:Luckily, here in China Trick Season 3's been out for ages.
vince wrote:From where do you download those... ?
Molokidan wrote:Gokusen 2 was terrible. I was really really disappointed. Not even Nakama Yukie could salvage that show, and that's really saying something.
Greener wrote:Is there anywhere where you can get JouOu on DVD or subbed?
Also, what channel in Tokyo is this show on?
MUST HAVE SOME SOLA!!!
dimwit wrote:I am sure there are other cliches one can find.
Greener wrote:Which is funny since everyone and I mean EVERYONE uses umbrellas here.
Fuji TV is to air a four-night series of dramas next month featuring some of the hottest young female talent. All playing roles quite different from their images, the actresses will portray the hopes and struggles of today's young female Japanese. The first episode will air on February 27 and feature Ueto Aya (20) as an office worker who dreams of the glamourous life and works nights as a hostess. Horikita Maki (17) stars on night two, as a girl who makes money from men in online chatrooms...Yamada Yu plays an aspiring actress who works as a "cabaret club" hostess. In the final episode Ueno Juri (19), who made her name in the movie "Swing Girls," plays a pachinko parlour worker who has no luck with men. The four episodes, under the omnibus title "Tsubasa no Oreta Tenshi-tachi" (Angels With Broken Wings), are based on stories by writer Yoshi, who is known as an author of online fiction.
Greener wrote:This is a thread devoted to your favorite Japanese drama series's. I love them because they have some of the hammiest acting you will ever see but some of the most gripping drama you will find.
My favorites are Gokusen, Shomuni (Power Office Girls,) Forbidden Fruit and Bewitched in Tokyo. Although I am also getting into TricK, (Japan's X-Files,) quite a bit. I also dig this one series about a hockey team but the name escapes me. (That show mined Queen's entire back catalogue as the soundtrack too.)
How about you guys?
IkemenTommy wrote: He is supposedly worth $200 billion yen ($2 billion). I will let Take confirm if he is Zainichi. I am sure she didn't marry him for the money...
Anyone here remember what happened the last time a well-known high profile female celebrity married a pachinko giant...?
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