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Motto To LOVE-Ru

Alternative Titles

English: Motto To LOVE Ru
Synonyms: Motto To-Love-Ru, More Trouble, More ToLoveRu
Japanese: もっと To LOVEる -とらぶる-


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 6, 2010 to Dec 22, 2010
Premiered: Fall 2010
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Xebec
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity


Score: 7.481 (scored by 119,761 users)
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Ranked: #17632
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Popularity: #477
Members: 204,821
Favorites: 845


Motto is the second season of To-LOVE-ru. The first seasons were extremely similar, and so are the second seasons. Both contain bad guys that are not exactly evil and have wacky gadgets that can do seemingly anything. And most importantly, they are both about an alien girl forcing her way into the love life of a human boy.  
report Recommended by Mythical_Truth
They're both harem series with multiple types of girls liking the protagonist, who is very unaware of the situaion. Besides that, both of the main character girls are from space, big chested, wear tight space suits and have small helper(s). Both series have ALOT of fanservice as well as a somewhat similar art and story. 
report Recommended by Skaya
like to love ru to sora no otoshimono, they are the second season of a series and both have echi but the main character in to love ru dosn't want a echhi life while the other character wants a echi life 
report Recommended by lukeww123456
Similar art-style, very fun comedy ecchi and many many fanservice. 
report Recommended by Cafer
You can basically watch from any episode but there is still progression. They are both light-hearted and barely anything serious happens. Both have quite a big cast and are shows that are extremely enjoyable to watch and a good way to pass the time. Motto is a 100x focused more on ecchi—meaning lots of oppai. Nichijou focuses a lot more on over-the-top comedy and situations. In Motto, the cast all know each other, whilst in Nichijou it's just the "daily life" of random high schoolers. The art is much "fluffier" in Nichijou than anything else. Motto contains aliens, strange medicines, Rito's life, while Nichijou is  read more 
report Recommended by EveryGenre
The main female protagonist in both anime are aliens. Both are comedy based with romantic nuances; both are set in high school.  
report Recommended by Kyuutoryuu
They have similar characters, as Kyoko and Yami, who, like Eve, is a biological weapon designed to kill, and can also transform your body. 
report Recommended by OtakuNote87
These two series are the classic space princess anime, in Urusei Yatsura, Lum arrives to Earth, along with her dad for the purpose of conquest, but falls in love with the lead male, Ataru and becomes obsessed with him. Like To Love Ru, UY has the crazy aliens like Jeriten, Lum's bratty flying fire breathing cousin, and Ran, who is like Kuromi from Onegai My Melody because she feels Lum made her life miserable or slighted her when they were little. Unlike To Love Ru though, you have the obsessive love Lum feels for Ataru, while in To Love Ru only  read more 
report Recommended by PeppermintHearts
They are very explicit ecchi shows with not much plot. There is a small amount of romance, but the shows focus much more on the comedy and ecchi aspects. Both shows have girls with very "vivid" imaginations. 
report Recommended by Asfaria
Nisekoi and To Love-Ru are popular harem/ecchi Jump manga with successful first seasons. If you like one, you'll like the other. Both second seasons, though, are shorter, more comedy-centric and feel like a drop in quality compared to their respective first seasons. I'd still recommend both if you enjoy harems, ecchi and all that, though. 
report Recommended by Azur3Phoenix
Both female leads are sweet innocent (but superpowered) pink haired girls, and both male leads are surrounded by beautiful women falling for them, and dont know how to react. Both shows are harem comedies, but where to LOVE Ru has aliens, Rosario + Vampire has monsters. Both shows have a similar feel, no solid story, random adventures, etc. 
report Recommended by lastmann
'To Love-Ru' series and 'Girls Bravo' series are about a mysterious pink-haired space girl who fall in love with a guy who isn't too girl friendly. Both series are comedy, harems and offer a good amount of ecchi for the viewers.  
report Recommended by CrazedTengu
Both of these have their first seasons with somewhat of a story and then having the second season not continue the story at all, just simply making up stories with its characters. (Might as well call them both a season of extras) 
report Recommended by DrAgNmAsTr
Motto to love-ru is also ecchi and girl with powers. 
report Recommended by Azuen
warning this might contain spoiler!!!! Probably the same story line,alien/angel lives with the boy, the boy likes another girl,Alien/angel always causes trouble, another alien/angel is sent to kill the boy, and they have the same amount of ecchiness. one of the VERY few differences is that dokuro is an angel and Lala is an alien. So to-love-ru is kind of like an extended version of dokuro-chan.  
report Recommended by Ao-hoshi
Both shows are very funny, perhaps showcasing the most perverted old men you will find in ecchi anime. They are constantly being reprimanded and beaten up for their lustful actions. 
report Recommended by shigeru212
Hentai theme. Pretty girls and sisters. Non-sense plot. Sexual-related jokes and plays. 
report Recommended by Niokun
If you like ecchi you will love both of these awesome anime! The jokes and situations are pretty hilarious. Both have awesome leading protagonists that will keep you entertained for the entire duration. 
report Recommended by deathnote2468