|#||Episode title||Original air date|
"Rōma no Kyōjitsu" (ローマの休日)
|February 2, 2006|
|Fumihiko Matsumaru anxiously awaits his date, Tanaka, in front of the movie theater. When Tanaka is late, he crumples the movie tickets and prepares to throw them away, only to "hear" the tickets telling him not to do so; in actuality, it's a nearby girl who's dubbing the voice of the tickets. He gives the tickets to her, and they watch the movie together. Inside, she reads the subtitles of the movie out loud and Fumihiko concludes that she is just weird. Leaving the theater, Fumihiko sees Tanaka with another man and thus saddened is accompanied by the subtitle-reading girl for yakitori and beer. As the two head home, Fumihiko finds out that the girl lives almost next door. In the middle of the night, he wakes to see the girl's apartment has burnt down and convinces her to stay in his house. As she becomes distraught over her horrible luck, they kiss. The girl introduces herself as Aka Onda, before they make love and fall asleep.|
"Uruwashi no Saburina" (麗しのサブリナ)
|February 9, 2006|
|The next day, Fumihiko learns at work that his marketing concept "Nekoki" (a cat-tree) has been approved as the mascot of a snack product called Ha; and that Aka is chosen to voice Nekoki. They decide to keep their live-in relationship a secret from their employers due to Aka's worries about an appearance of impropriety. She also insists they are not a couple just because they had slept together once in a moment of weakness, and that she will merely be lodging with him. The series is heavily concerned with the developing dynamic of their relationship.|
|03||"Wait Until Dark"
"Kurakunaru made Matte" (暗くなるまで待って)
|February 16, 2006|
|The episode deals with Fumihiko realizing that he has let a total stranger into his house. It also has two flashbacks to when Aka and Fumihiko had each been in high school. Aka's flashback has her friend commenting on how great it would be to hear Aka's voice on TV. Fumihiko's flashback has his friend tell him that Tokyo girls are easy, a comment that he refutes after he is once again struck by Aka for trying to kiss her.|
|04||"Breakfast at Tiffany's"
"Tīfanī de Chōshoku o" (ティファニーで朝食を)
|February 23, 2006|
|After a shaky start when Fumihiko walks in on Aka on the toilet, the two of them go and launch their advertising campaign. It starts badly, but after a little girl recognizes Nekoki, their spirits are lifted. Afterwards, Aka cries with happiness at her voice being recognized.|
|05||"Love in the Afternoon"
"Hirusagari no Jōji" (昼下がりの情事)
|March 2, 2006|
|Aka is having trouble with her current job because she is voice-acting in an H-game. She struggles with the words and eventually asks Fumihiko for help. He initially misunderstands but realizes her innocent intentions before he does anything stupid. After successfully completing her job, Fumihiko buys the game, but Aka confiscates it and prohibits him from playing it.|
|06||"The Children's Hour"
"Uwasa no Futari" (噂の二人)
|March 9, 2006|
|After an incident involving underwear on live television, both Aka's and Fumihiko's careers take a boost. This causes friction, culminating in Aka saying that once she earns enough money, she will leave- causing both of them to get depressed. Aka's depression affects her performance on one of her jobs, but she manages to get the lines right after remembering her feelings whenever Fumihiko came home. The episode ends with Aka crying alone and wondering if she can return to Fumihiko.|
|07||"War and Peace"
"Sensō to Heiwa" (戦争と平和)
|March 16, 2006|
|In this episode the campaign staff take a company trip to the hot springs. Aka and Fukihiko independently enter the same springs seeking solitude and find each other naked, much to their dismay. Later, Aka's manager sensing Aka's feelings confronts Fukihiko.|
"Yurusarezaru Mono" (許されざる者)
|Fumihiko and Aka go out to eat and come across Tanaka, who had just been dumped by her boyfriend. She pressures him to drink with her for the night and Aka becomes jealous. When Tanaka is drunk, Fumihiko takes her home, much to Aka's dismay and suspicion. The next day, Tanaka tells Aka that nothing happened.|
|08||"My Fair Lady"
"Mai Fea Redī" (マイ·フェア·レディ)
|March 23, 2006|
|As Aka's career takes off, she unintentionally misses a date with Fumihiko. Fumihiko's day had gone from bad to worse at work, feels foolish being stood up and is soaked in a storm. When he finally sees her late that night in his apartment, his frustrations get the better of him and he says some unwarranted things.|
|09||"Two for the Road"
"Itsumo Futari de" (いつも2人で)
|March 30, 2006|
|Feeling sorry about what he had said to her before, Fumihiko tries to think of a way to apologize to Aka but instead pushes her away even more, thinking he's not worthy of her since she has become popular. That day, his colleague Hatakeda takes him out for a night of drinking to cheer him up, and they end up in the room right next to that of Aka and the staff of the new anime series she's voicing. They express their feelings to each other and finally become a couple.|
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