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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Synopsis: Iwaya Sumire (Koyuki) is “elite.” Intelligent, well-educated, career-oriented, and doesn’t take crap from anyone, she’s an up-and-coming journalist at a large newspaper firm. And everyone at her job hates her. Men don’t like that she’s independent and tall, women don’t like that she’s smart and strong. Her last boyfriend left her because of an inferiority complex. Feeling angry and dejected Iwaya returns home depressed, and most of all lonely. However, when she finds an unconscious young man lying in a cardboard box out the front of her home.

Feeling sorry for him, she takes him into her home and nurses him back to health. He looks like a dog she used to own called Momo. As the young man, played by Matsumoto Jun, gets better he begins to like her place and resolves not to leave her. In fact, he even professes that he’ll do anything she wanted if she allowed him to stay. Sumire looks over at a picture of the golden retriever that she had when she was a child and jokingly says to him, “You can stay if you become my pet.” To her surprise, he agrees. She names him Momo. He sleeps on the floor and is not allowed in Sumire’s bedroom.

By thinking of him as a pet, Sumire is able to open up to Momo in ways that she can never do with another person, and he becomes an unparalelled confidant. At the same time, Sumire must hide the fact that she’s keeping a person as a pet from everyone she knows, including her nosy, no-pets-allowed landlord. The basic concept at the heart of the show is, what our pets might say if they could talk. It’s the start of an unexpected life together as they overcome obstacles and become quite attached to one another.

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Episode 01: [DL] | Episode 02: [DL]

Episode 03: [DL] | Episode 04: [DL]

Episode 05: [DL] | Episode 06: [DL]

Episode 07: [DL] | Episode 08: [DL]

Episode 09: [DL] | Episode 10: [DL]


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