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When his brother marries the woman he secretly adores, Kazuya moves out of the family home and into the student dorm of Greenwood. There, the heart-broken loner gains the friendship and support he needs, including his androgynously pretty roommate, Shun Kisaragi, and a gang of sweet-natured but mildly zany boys. With obvious parallels to Maison Ikkoku, the show also incorporates occasional supernatural moments, such as a ghostly haunting that brings out people's true feelings for each other (compare to similar events in Kimagure Orange Road). In the group's occasional involvement in sports championships, wacky pranks, and personal problems, it also recalls the more sedate installments of Patlabor.In one episode, Shun's younger brother is kidnapped by the sister of one of the upperclassmen, while in Here Is Devilwood, the characters make a fantasy film about wandering swordsman Lemon Herb having to defeat the evil overlord Clorettes. The final episodes involve the arrival of a gangland bad-girl who replaces Kazuya's sister-in-law in his affections, but each of these episodes are merely brief moments from the original 11-volume run of the 1986 manga by Yukie Nasu, serialized in Hana to Yume magazine. In a mere six episodes, there is little chance of anything but a general survey of the original's content and themes, which was, of course, exactly what the producers wanted in order to encourage people to go out and buy the manga.