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Papa no Iukoto wo Kikinasai!

Papa no Iukoto wo Kikinasai!

Alternative Titles

English: Listen to Me, Girls. I Am Your Father!
Synonyms: Papakiki, Listen to Me, Girls, I'm Your Father!
Japanese: パパのいうことを聞きなさい!

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 11, 2012 to Mar 28, 2012
Duration: 23 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 7.581 (scored by 40838 users)
Ranked: #12842
Popularity: #491
Members: 68,979
Favorites: 297
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Synopsis

Segawa Yuta is a freshman of a university. He lost his parents when he was small and was raised by his sister Yuri. Yuta has been living alone since Yuri got married to a middle aged man when Yuta was a junior high student.

One day, Yuri visited Yuta's apartment and asked him to take care of her three daughters while Yuri and her husband were on a trip. He unwillingly accepted the job but the plane Yuri took went missing. In order to prevent the daughters from being adopted separately by relatives, Yuta decided to take in all three girls.

A life of a strange family in a tiny apartment begins.

Related Anime

Adaptation: Papa no Iukoto wo Kikinasai!
Sequel: Papa no Iukoto wo Kikinasai!: Pokkapoka

Characters & Voice Actors

Segawa, Yuuta
Segawa, Yuuta
Main
Hatano, Wataru
Japanese
Hatano, Wataru
Takanashi, Sora
Takanashi, Sora
Main
Uesaka, Sumire
Japanese
Uesaka, Sumire
Takanashi, Miu
Takanashi, Miu
Main
Kitamura, Eri
Japanese
Kitamura, Eri
Takanashi, Hina
Takanashi, Hina
Main
Igarashi, Hiromi
Japanese
Igarashi, Hiromi

Staff

Kawasaki, Itsurou
Director
Iwanami, Yoshikazu
Sound Director
Arakawa, Naruhisa
Script, Series Composition
Kitamura, Eri
Theme Song Performance

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Episodes  0 / 12
Aired  Jan 11, 2012 to Mar 28, 2012
Status  Finished Airing
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Feb 11, 2015
milkblob
Man, what the hell is an "Ecchi" tag doing on this anime?

This anime has all the components of a successful emotional anime. It deals with the themes of loss, family and survival in a mature way and can make you tear up at more than one point, while portraying daily life of the protagonist with a sense of realism and without the tropes found in many anime.

If there was no "but" following this anime might be considered a mini-Clannad by those who viewed it.

BUT

The writers inexplicably decide that a show about loss, family and perseverance is somehow the right time to add run-of-the-mill read more
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May 15, 2012
Stark700
Here's a multiple choice question before I begin talking about this series:

What would you do when your carefree life is suddenly being thrown into unsettled chaos when three girls, a middle-schooler, a fifth-grader, and a toddler wants to be under you care due to an unprecedented tragedy?

A) Call the cops
B) Try to find another babysitter
C) Slap yourself twice and tell yourself that this is all a dream and you'll wake up soon.
D) Take responsibility, learn about the value of family life, and take care of them

If you choose D, then kiss your carefree life goodbye and hello to responsibility of being uncle, big brother, and read more
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Aug 5, 2013
Kynov

"Family must not be separated, they must be together" - Segawa Yuuta

Raising a child isnt an easy matters, even for parents. Sometimes we must realize that if we're in our parents position and what do they feel when taking care of us, of course it isnt an easy things to do. So, can you imagine if we're a college student but at the same time we must taking care for 3 children? Segawa Yuuta knows the answer.

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STORY 9/10

The story begins with Segawa Yuuta as the Main lead, he is a freshman of a university. His parents passed away while he was young and he got read more
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Jan 18, 2015
SugoiMeNot
"Tinkel, tinkel, lilel stal"
"How I wondaa wat chu aar"
"Up above zaa wald so hay"
"Rayk a daymond in za sky"
- Takanashi Hina


First of all, I would like to announce that I'm an idiot for not finding this animation sooner, which is one of the better manga series I've read. For Pete's sake, I'm late for about three years. No use crying over spilled milk.

I write this review assuming you've watched the series. Worry not, it doesn't contain any spoilers. Oh and a little more, I've been writing a lot of reviews on MAL but I didn't read one of the guideline, "Don't include story summaries, read more
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Recommendations

In both series, a single male adult opts to take on the responsibility of looking after a child (children) due to a force of circumstances. Both are warm and atypical anime series. Usagi Drop has a MAL average of 8.65, which should say it all really whilst Papa etc. is let down by its dubious name, which I am sure will detract viewers away from a really lovely show. Both recommended! 
reportRecommended by Xenograft
Both are very similar involving younger girls. One of whom looks and is voiced by the same VA as Rin from Kodomo no Jikan. Also both are guilty pleasure level =P 
reportRecommended by Riptos
it's not THAT similar, it's just that both anime has a guy that's, for Astarotte IS a father, and in papa is just kinda like a father, both taking care of a child. Astarotte isn't a story about that though, papa is more of a family story, and Astarotte is more of a romance stuff  
reportRecommended by pakin
Both involve story lines where two guys take care of young girl/girls while juggling their love lives. 
reportRecommended by whoodakid
In both series the MC takes an older brother/guardian type role for a cute girl(s). There is a focus on overcoming obstacles as a family and a light sense uncle/bro-con (crush) in both also.  
reportRecommended by singleturbo
Both shows feature a young male protagonist trying his best to take care of young children. They both focus heavily on character development, and both try to paint a nuanced picture of the social interaction between the two/the four of them. 
reportRecommended by Vinter

Opening Theme

"Happy Girl" by Eri Kitamura (eps 2-13)

Ending Theme

#1: "Happy Girl" by Eri Kitamura (ep 1)
#2: "Coloring" by Yui Horie (eps 2-13)

Recent News

'Papa no Iu Koto wo Kikinasai!' Gets Another OVA
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11-23-14, 11:38 AM
OVA of Papa no Iukoto wo Kikinasai! Announced ( 1 2 )
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09-15-13, 11:38 AM

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