Well, I've got a new system for you to try. It's apparently the first-ever official translation of a Japanese tabletop RPG, and it's called MAID: The Roleplaying Game. True to its name, it is a roleplaying game where all of the players are maids serving a master. True to anime style, wacky events (like Yakuza run-ins and meteorites crashing into the garden) occur, and the maids get points depending on how well they handle things (from the master's perspective). You can also determine your own setting-- the default is a mansion in modern Japan, but you could move it to an Edo-era castle or a spaceship in a distant galaxy if you want.
You can buy the whole game for $8 PDF version, or you can buy a print version of the book for $26. Also, I found this via Jason Thompson's blog for his upcoming new work with Del Rey Manga, King of RPGs. Plug, plug.
totally buying this, but who will I play it with until I get home to
Maui? (And no, I will not try to explain anime maid culture to my
parents so that they can play this. *shudder*) I guess I could try putting together a game on the forums, if some of you guys buy it too...;)