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Trick 2 [トリック2]

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Title:Trick 2
トリック2
Telecast:2002-01-11 to 2002-03-22
Season:Winter 2002



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TV Station:TV Asahi
Duration:11 Episodes
Viewership:10.57%



Synopsis
Trick 2 continues to explore the world of illusion and as a result, Yamada Naoko and Ueda Jiro continue to rely on eachothers' abilies to bring the "tricks" into light. As their relationship grows, so to does their need to bring to light the answers to the many mysteries.
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Actor/Actress Cast (44)
Nakama Yukie
仲間由紀恵
Yamada Naoko
Abe Hiroshi
阿部寛
Ueda Jiro
Namase Katsuhisa
生瀬勝久
Yabe Kenzo
Nogiwa Yoko
野際陽子
Yamada Satomi
Maehara Kazuki
前原一輝
Ishihara Tatsuya
Watanabe Ikkei
渡辺いっけい
Hirayama Hirazou (epi 1-3)
Ishii Kenichi
石井愃一
Tajima (epi 1-3)
Tokui Yuu
徳井優
Kameoka Zenzou (epi 1-3)
Nagae Hidekazu
長江英和
Tsuruyama (epi 1-3)
Inuyama Inuko
犬山イヌコ
Kurisu Teiko (epi 1-3)
Hori Tsukasa
堀つかさ
Fujino Keiko (epi 1-3)
Ujiie Megumi
氏家恵
Tajima Misako (epi 1-3)
Gin Pun Chou
銀粉蝶
Suzuki Yoshiko (epi 3-5)
Ito Toshihito
伊藤俊人
Nagabe (epi 3-5)
Masu Takeshi
升毅
Shimizu (epi 3-5)
Mitsuishi Ken
光石研
Ryuuzan (epi 3-5)
Ezawa Moeko
絵沢萠子
The Old Lady (epi 3-5)
Okouchi Hiroshi
大河内浩
Nakano (epi 3-5)
Sano Shiro
佐野史郎
Fukami Hiroaki (epi 6+7)
Tayama Ryosei
田山涼成
Kobayakawa Tatsumi (epi 6+7)
Ikeuchi Mansaku
池内万作
Okamoto Hiroshi (epi 6+7)
Takagi Rina
高木りな
Kobayakawa Kyoko (epi 6+7)
Owada Baku
大和田獏
TV Host (epi 6+7)
Ooshita Youko
TV Host (epi 6+7)
Kobashi Megumi
Tsukamoto Emi (epi 8+9)
Fukaura Kanako
深浦加奈子
Haryuu Takako (epi 8+9)
Akiyama Takuya
The Kid (epi 8+9)
Shoji Utae
正司歌江
Haryuu Kazu (epi 8+9)
Nozoe Yoshihiro
野添義弘
Daidouji Yasuo (epi 8+9)
Mie Haru
Kuraoka Tsuyoshi (epi 8+9)
Terada Minori
寺田農
Yanagida (epi 10+11)
Akuyaku Shokai
Asohashi Daisaburou (epi 10+11)
Ishino Mako
石野真子
Komatsu Junko (epi 10+11)
Tezuka Toru
手塚とおる
Aran Inoue (epi 10+11)
Ichikawa Isamu
市川勇
Hashimoto Takao (epi 10+11)
Ruby Moreno
ルビー
Hashimoto Maria (epi 10+11)
Sato Jiro
佐藤二朗
Hyuuga Eiichi (epi 10+11)
Konishi Yasuhisa
Kohashi Susumu (epi 10+11)
Nakagoshi Noriko
中越典子
Ishibashi (epi 10+11)
Shiina Kippei
椎名桔平
The Masked Person from Yamada's Past (epi 10+11)
Oshima Yoko
大島蓉子
Ikeda Haru (Yamada's landlady)
Abedin Mohammed
アベディン
Jami-kun (Johnny)
Seto Yoichiro
瀬戸陽一郎
Yamada's Secret Fan
Narumi Riko
成海璃子
Young Yamada Naoko
 

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1. It's baaaaaaaaack! [Rating: 8/10]
Okay, I watched "Trick," and once I found out we were getting "Trick 2," I was, like, "Wahooooo!"

But, while "Trick 2" is a great series, there were two things that kept me from giving it the same rating as the original:

1). The chemistry between Nakama Yukie and Abe Hiroshi wasn't nearly as strong. While in the first series, you were hoping they'd get together, the second series doesn't have the same semi-romantic overtones (what little there was).

2). "Trick 2" had a slow start. The first episode (which lasted an almost excruciating two and a half episodes), which was about a curse placed upon a village by fallen samurai warriors, was interesting, but didn't have the same spark as all the stories in the first series. Don't worry, though, from the second story on, things get better.

I think if you were confused by "Trick," "Trick 2" will leave you dumbfounded. There's a lot of cultural and language jokes that I think will go over a lot of people's heads. For example, one of my favorite jokes was in the first story.

The set-up: the worker at the inn, uses a lot of honorifics, such as "o" and "go," calling Yamada "O-Yamada." While this is key to the story, it makes for a good joke when Ueda tells Yamada, who wants to leave the onsen, that there is only ONE train to the station. Of course, Yamada, who spoke to the clerk, tells Ueda to stop lying, and that there are five buses to the train station.

The punchline: Upon review of the train schedule, Yamada says "Go-oufuku?!"

You get it? If not, a lot of the other jokes will stump you, too, leaving the show as confusing, rather than hilarious (which is what I think it is). Translation just does not capture the humor, as things like that can't be translated in just a few words (I helped translate this and the original "Trick" for airing in CA).

There are also other things, like in the beginning of the story about the ghost cab, the guy in the beginning of the show was Seki-chan, from Fuji TV's wildly popular reality show, "Ainori." In "Ainori," four guys and three girls travel around the world, searching for love (with each other, of course). Seki-chan was one of the most popular people from that show, and when he tells the girl in the car, "I've been living abroad, so I don't know that one," and he starts pulling out a cardboard sign, that's FUNNY! Why? People get picked up on "Ainori" by holding a cardboard sign that reads "Ainori," and the fact that he used his stint on "Ainori" as reason for his ignorance on modern urban myths was clever. But again, those are things people won't pick up on.

It's sad that this show has been getting poor ratings on this site. It really is a clever show. It's well made, has a stellar cast, great stories and has become somewhat of a cultural icon in Japan--it really is that big there. Heck, the book in "Trick 2," "Donto Koi Chojo Gensho"? You can BUY it. A REAL, HARDCOVER BOOK--exactly like you see on TV! I kid you not! I was going to buy one!

So, watch this show with an open mind, and if you have any questions, feel free to ask me. I may be able to help explain some things. And I apologize for the occassional poor translations if you're living in CA watching this show--our lead translator is terrible, and I wind up trying to fix all her mistakes (most of the time, I wind up having to re-do most of the show on two days notice!). But with time constraints and jokes that don't translate, perfection is not always possible. But still, keep and open mind and enjoy!
Reviewed by tsuyoshi7nhwi on 21 November 2003
2. TricKier? [Rating: 9/10]
[SPOILERS] Trick 2 is BACK! Ueda has just become a full-fledged professor and has released another book called, "Donto Koi Chojo Gensho". ^^ Again, he is called upon by the people who've read his books to investigate "supernatural" happenings. And again, he either tricked or coerce Yamada to join him in his quests. Like my previous review & comments for Trick, this sequel also has the formula: TRICK = Thrilling + Romantic + Intriguing + Comical + Knowledgeable!

The drama is thrilling and exciting in a subtle way and you can't help keep trying to figure out the mysteries behind each episode. And of course, it's also intriguing about how some people use the paranormal and ESP as an excuse to commit crimes. For instance, one of my personal favourite was the story of the Ghost Taxi which was both scary and exhilarating. It was one of the harder plot to figure out, and the plot was mystifying with so many loopholes to figure out. And what really surprised me was that the episode's ending was kind of unexpected.

Trick is also kind of romantic, but the romance part here is rather subtle unless you pay really close attention to all those hints given throughout the drama, especially towards the end. Of course, Trick 2 is not a love or romance dorama, so you can't really expect emotional tears-jerker scenes. Rather, the "romanctic" part here is more sweet and simple, a kind of a more discreet, innocent love. ^_~ The ending of Trick 2 is beautifully sad; you'd almost believe that they'll never meet again. But while the ending is sad, it's also kind of comical. :)

Trick 2 is also as funny as Trick but many jokes are cultural based and can be confusing to most people. For instance, in the last episode about the mysterious forest, Yamada made some references to "Shiina Kippei", so unless you know who "Shiina Kippei" is (which you'd most probably know if you've saw the casts), most likely, you won't understand the joke there. Also, the funny parts in Trick 2 are more subtle than Trick, so you probably need to follow the story closely to be able to "catch" the joke (otherwise you'd probably just ended up more confused ^^;). Yabe, his wig and his sidekick are also back, but with less funnier antics than Trick 1, which is rather unfortunate coz I did enjoy watching Yabe and his sidekick in action. :)

And lastly, knowledge. You can actually learn a lot from the Trick series, depending on how you look at it. Beside learning the various "tricks" from Yamada in the drama, you can actually learn bits of knowledge while Yamada and Ueda were unraveling the conspiracies behind each seemingly "supernatural" happenings. Which is why I like watching mysteries and detective shows as I can actually gain bits of knowledges and tips from the show. ^^

Overall, Trick 2 is a very nice drama worth seeing, especially if you like mind-boggling mysteries and lots of comic relief peppered thoughout. :)
Reviewed by Yayoi on 5 December 2004
3. The Same Tricks But Better Chemistry [Rating: 9/10]
I wish they made more dramas like this now days rather than just plain old slapstick and silly teen dramas. While taking the same plot structure and template from the first series, Trick 2 sees the maturation and a slightly more free-flowing atitude taken by Hiroshi and Yukie in their roles. Ueda, now with his own tv show and popular book, loves the attention he is now getting and even has his own hilarious motto. Yamada, on the hand, the more talented of the two, still struggles to find a regular job and even food to eat. The police detectives are more hilarious than ever...just a joy to watch. Namase Katsuhisa needs his own show, or two, or three - he is a genius, nailing every nuance and improvisation he takes on. I now have higher respect for Nakama, whom I thought fluked her way through Trick 1. Abe Hiroshi is, well...Hiroshi - the best j-actor I've seen. The plot, which in many dramas would act as the centerpiece of the story, merely serves as a stage through which Abe Hiroshi and Nakama Yukie are able to romp around like 10 year olds, and what a glorious acting romp it is.
Reviewed by dekatrain on 4 February 2008
4. Keeps getting better! [Rating: 8/10]
What I loved about Trick season 2 was that it continued from season 1, but elaborated or expanded on all the GOOD points. The relationship between Ueda and Yamada didnft continue to be flirtatious, sly, and innocent like in the first season. Instead there was growth and understanding between the two. It was more mature and showed some depth. The humour in the second season was also more refined and sharp. I laughed more than I did in the first season and this is probably because the characters seemed to mesh better this season. I found the stories to be more mysterious and suspenseful this season, and less based on magic. I havenft decided if this is a good thing or a bad, but either way I felt that this season was a good and seamless extension of the last. Letfs hope the third season follows to par.
Reviewed by Wynter on 27 September 2007
5. A Continuation of Trick 1 [Rating: 9/10]
If you liked Trick, you'll like Trick 2. How much more or less is relative, but you'll like it. I say this because this show is the same show as Trick, and they just extended it and made more mysteries for them to solve. The characters are the same, the settings, and the mysteries are all just about the same. It is true that this series focuses most of its attention on murders, but it follows the same plot pattern that made the first Trick so enjoyable. There were a lot of could have done this or should have done that, but they took the same idea, the same characters, and threw them in for another set of new mysteries, and what do you get? A new season of Trick.
Reviewed by Hiro Toyo on 30 March 2005
6. Dissapointing, but still Trick... [Rating: 8/10]
Ah yes! More Trick! I felt like this time around, that the "tricks" weren't quite as interesting... There was just something about the two main characters that felt... off. Perhaps like they were trying too hard? I don't know. Yamada Naoko seemed to be acting a bit too... normally. And the way Ueda Jiro kepot stepping on her toes and taking credit. Still, Trick doesn't fail in delivering the laughs! I look forward to seeing the movie and Trick 3, as well as the NEW yet-to-be aired drama special!
Reviewed by Susan on 5 August 2006
7. A most watch! [Rating: 10/10]
I love this dorama. Even though I never finshed watching Trick 1 so I cant compare the two, but Trick 2 was pretty funny. I love the acting of Abe Hiroshi and Nakama Yukie. They have a wierd but funny chemistry together. I found myself cracking up all the time throughout the dorama. Highly recommended. I am not a converted Trick lover, and I cant wait to finish watching Trick 1 and Trick 3. Also there is Trick the movie which I am dying to watch. Highly recommended!
Reviewed by dys199 on 3 November 2004
8. Great! [Rating: 10/10]
I loved Trick 2 equally as Trick 1. Of course they couldn't make it the same as part one and they didn't! I like the new cases and I thought there was plenty of chemistry between Yamada and Ueda. I do agree on the point that there is little character development in terms of their personal lives/history but I think that it was the way they wanted it. It gives the characters more mysterious quality that I like. Overall great and now I going to have to wait for Trick 3!!!
Reviewed by tsuki77 on 10 January 2004
9. interesting and funny [Rating: 9/10]
I watched this series of trick AFTER the third one...but anyway. It was pretty entertaining. I don't know how the producers came up with some of the stuff that is in there. I found some parts confusing and scary though (this is really lame...I know...but I had a nightmare about the face taxi from this series). But it was still fun to watch...different than any other drama series I've ever seen.
Reviewed by noodlefreak on 8 February 2006
10. Looses nothing [Rating: 10/10]
Trick II looses nothing from the original drama Trick. Same magic among the cast and same interesting mysterious stories. If you loved the first one like I did then you will love the 2nd one too. Also a side note that if you did not happen to see the first season but you have a chance to see Trick Ii then see it. You can still watch this and enjoy it even without the background of Trick.
Reviewed by MonsterZero-65 on 9 November 2009
11. bah humbug [Rating: 6/10]
the plots make at least a little more sense, that is the criminals no longer kill themselves for no apparent reason, there are fewer unexplained scene changes and the humor that remains is less juvenile, however they removed much of the heart and soul which was Hiroshi and Yukie's constant bickering
Reviewed by Sajen16 on 4 February 2011
12. Great, but not as good as the first! [Rating: 10/10]
This second season of Trick was excellent, but not as good as the first season. There is little buildup between the relationships of Ueda and Naoko, but there is a lot of comedy, and the cases are somewhat more murder related rather than trying to expose spiritualists. A must see. 10/10
Reviewed by Hanada Tattsu on 22 December 2003
13. More Trick! [Rating: 7/10]
The second season of Trick is slightly weaker than the first but the cast seems to work together pretty well. The pairing of Nakama Yukie and Abe Hiroshi was an excellent idea and I look forward to seeing the third season for more tricks!
Reviewed by Shindou on 12 December 2005
14. If you liked the first... [Rating: 10/10]
...Then you'll love this, it does everything Trick did, but better. Stronger cases, better chemistry, this is easily one of the funniest shows I have ever seen. It is complete success.
Reviewed by gohmifune on 9 November 2005
15. Every bit as good as the first [Rating: 10/10]
If you enjoyed season one you will love season too just as much. Same basic plot with new "Tricks" and same awesome cast.
Reviewed by MonsterZero65 on 16 August 2010
16. Trick 2 [Rating: 7/10]
just finished.....not as interesting as Trick 1...but worth watching
Reviewed by natni on 30 November 2006
17. interesting [Rating: 10/10]
very tricky drama :)
Reviewed by gotosira on 31 December 2003

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1. Comments by dekatrain [Rating: 9/10]
I wish they made more dramas like this now days rather than just plain old slapstick and silly teen dramas. While taking the same plot structure and template from the first series, Trick 2 sees the maturation and a slightly more free-flowing atitude taken by Hiroshi and Yukie in their roles.Namase Katsuhisa needs his own show, or two, or three - he is a genius, nailing every nuance and improvisation he takes on. I now have higher respect for Nakama, whom I thought fluked her way through Trick 1. Abe Hiroshi is, well...Hiroshi - the best j-actor I've seen. The plot, which in many dramas would act as the centerpiece of the story, merely serves as a stage through which Abe Hiroshi and Nakama Yukie are able to romp around like 10 year olds, and what a glorious acting romp it is.
2. Comments by Szabotage [Rating: 10/10]
Wait! There's more! And it's even better than the first one! Yes, the crew from Trick are back, with more mysteries to solve. This season has more laughs, more sparks, more wig-moments. I laughed, I cried, I laughed so hard I cried. Try to find it with subtitles--I saw it with subs and without and it's a lot funnier when you don't have to puzzle through the jokes (there are so many of them!!). I think Nakama Yukie and Abe Hiroshi together work wonderfully--I'm really cheering them on, hoping those characters get together. The supporting cast is great as well.
3. Comments by Susan [Rating: 8/10]
Ah yes! More Trick! I felt like this time around, that the "tricks" weren't quite as interesting... There was just something about the two main characters that felt... off. Perhaps like they were trying too hard? I don't know. Yamada Naoko seemed to be acting a bit too... normally. And the way Ueda Jiro kepot stepping on her toes and taking credit. Still, Trick doesn't fail in delivering the laughs! I look forward to seeing the movie and Trick 3, as well as the NEW yet-to-be aired drama special!
4. Comments by Yayoi [Rating: 9/10]
TRICK 2? Thrilling + Romantic + Intriguing + Comical + Knowledgeable TOO. ^^; Trick 2 is as funny as before and the plots are still as mind boggling. My personal fave is the story about the Ghost Taxi (I can't help feeling sad for the parapsychology professor....) and the last episode about the Mysterious, Enchanted Forest (where there's a cameo appearance by Shiina Kippei)! The ending was kind of sad in a beautiful way, but I'm glad there's a Trick 3! ^^; Details? Read my review! ^^
5. Comments by waffer [Rating: 8/10]
The second installment of the trick series didn't convince me much. It lacked a lot of the captivating details from the original trick. The jokes weren't as funny either, there were a couple of laughs here and there but not enough to hook me up to the series. I did finish the season though because I'll start watching the third season too. I give it an 8 because there were some interesting cases and Ueda got to say a lot more about each of them.
6. Comments by Ezalor [Rating: 7/10]
Hmm. Trick 2 is a hilarious show, especially when you are able to understand the japanese language jokes. IMHO they concentrated too much on the humorous part this time. Unless Trick 1, this squel lacks a constant in the storyline, and the "tricks" are not as nearly as tensioning as in the original Dorama from 2000. It's between 6 and 7 points, I think. Hope for a good Trick 3.

PS: Eins, zwei, drei ... nicht! Ueda hay a fable for German ;-)
7. Comments by Ravyn [Rating: 10/10]
It just keeps getting better! (I can't wait to find season three, and the movie ^_^) Ueda and Naoko are such great characters, and I love how, even though Ueda is supposed to be such an esteemed professor, he knows he can't make a move without clever Naoko at his side. And you can't forget the detective (I can't remember his name at the moment ^^; ) and his precious wig...but I've never seen such an inept cop.
Wait...yes, I have. ^_^;;;
8. Comments by kneehard [Rating: 9/10]
A great continuation from Trick 2!! Still as dumb as th first one, but the storylines improved a lot. Would have loved to see a development of the relationship between Yamada Naoko (Nakama Yukie) and Ueda Jiro (Abe Hiroshi) though. Especially loved the special scenes where Nakama-san and Abe-san talked about things that happened on the set. :)
9. Comments by yume [Rating: 10/10]
TRICK2, yet again, lives up to its reputation of comedy, mystery and puzzling enigmas. This season's theme is "smack on the forehead!" Once again, the characters' lives and personalities do not progress, just the outcome of the mysteries they solve. If you can live with that kind of sitcom-ish reality, TRICK and TRICK2 is for you!
10. Comments by SayaOtonashi [Rating: 10/10]
I usually try being objective when rating doramas, having in mind the plot, acting, producing, writing... With Trick I just can't. It's my favourite show; I love Nakama Yukie and Hiroshi Abe pair. Sorry, I'm being totally subjective, that's why it has a 10 :D Three seasons and 2 films just kept me really entertained. Love it.
11. Comments by FierceStriker [Rating: 8/10]
Interesting cases, good dynamics between the leads, although Nakama's acting still leaves a lot to be desired. The show is generally funny with a lot of parady on other mystery movies/doramas (the Blair Witch spoof for example). The cases take too long to unfold and there are way too few cases for one season.
12. Comments by nadrika [Rating: 8/10]
Abe Hiroshi and Nakama Yukie. Hilarious. I love investigative type of shows, so really enjoyed this. This drama didn't get a 9 because of the sometimes silly sexual references which i think were unnecessary... And i can't differentiate between Trick 2 and Trick 3. Don't ask me why. Both are enjoyable though.
13. Comments by yourasthma [Rating: 10/10]
funniest of the series and funniest jdorama i've seen ever. it's like the first but wackier and the plot's possibly not as tight but every episode makes me laugh. and that's not very often. if you like gokusen but wish it was a hell lot less cheesy and if u like hero, this is for you. highly recommended.
14. Comments by eltinator [Rating: 10/10]
If you liked Trick 1, then you will love Trick 2! Basically it has everything Trick 1 has but more intricate and deeper storylines, better animations, and the same good ole comedy. Nakama Yukie and Abe Hiroshi's performances are both top notch as usual. A great sequel! "Come Over, Spiritual Phenomena!"
15. Comments by arashinokoto [Rating: 8/10]
i liked it.. but this season ueda plays a bigger role in solving the cases.. a bit kindaichi-like.. hilarious scenes were still obvious in the drama.. and the stories are more gory than the first one.. with more murder cases.. the main cast of nakama, abe and namase were good..
16. Comments by sukino [Rating: 9/10]
As usually, Yamada is still doing cheesy magic acts (seriously, what's with the magic acts when she knows so much of pepple's tricks?), got fired, STILL having problems paying up rent and got tricked by Ueda to investigate some mystery. And still I am hooked to this drama. Why?
17. Comments by sabriel [Rating: 7/10]
a bit lacking compared to trick1 but not too bad. they took out the genital jokes. some new tricks some similar to the previous tricksters. a contiuation of suicidal old ladies. but all in all, still makes me laugh and ueda is still a moron. don to koi! ("bring it on!"
18. Comments by fahsum [Rating: 8/10]
'Trick' is soooo much way better than this sequel. The sequel was okay. It was a lot funnier when the girl did all the solving of the mysteries in 'Trick'. In this sequel, she was portrayed as dumb -- then what was the point of having her tag along then?!
19. Comments by Yurinoki [Rating: 10/10]
I love Trick 2! It's comical and it shows a lot of card tricks ^^. Great performances and fun yet interesting plot! Too bad I didn't get to see Trick I though ;_; Anyway, check this drama series out when yu get the chance. You won't be disappointed
20. Comments by eftermiddag [Rating: 10/10]
man, the fun continues! what can I say? still good, but what happens to maehara kazuki a.k.a. Ishihara Tatsuya or the other cop with the greasy, blonde (?) hair in the last episode? not even yabe recognises him! but i like his hair better that way.
21. Comments by krazeealiens [Rating: 10/10]
i watched the first one loved it then was kinda eh about watching the second one cuz sequals never as great as the orginal... but ha proved myself wrong watched it loved it... again it was funny and the cases is soo good... keeps u on the edge...
22. Comments by jo [Rating: 8/10]
Hmmm...Kinda like this Trick 2 better than Trick 1. Anyways, this is really funny and good! They are the Agent Scully and Agent Moulder of Japanese Television, except this is less serious and really whacky! Funny series! Love Naoko and Ueda!
23. Comments by Oba-chan [Rating: 9/10]
Trick is baaack. I love it, but it kinda said that naoko laugh (..eheheee...) appear lessly than the 1st one. Overall they build the story better than the first one.
Theme Song: Ryuuseigun [Onitsuka Chihiro] : 10 (Wonderfull song)
24. Comments by chrisyukiefan [Rating: 10/10]
Man!! this is fun!! really un! and Adventurus!! fantastic cast! specially Yukie and Abe.. haahahaha... i really like the first eps of it... yukie and Ueda really great to solve the mystery on the 6 wounded samurai...
25. Comments by meiohsetsuna [Rating: 8/10]
Abe Hiroshi and Nakama Yukie are back. And better? Well... it's still just as funny, just as qwerky, and there are still boob jokes. Not as many penis jokes this time around... Highly entertaining series.
26. Comments by gopro [Rating: 9/10]
Once again. Bring back everything except with much more= too much? Great drama. I highly prefer 3 episode to solve one case over one or 2 eps. "Haha. That's exactly what I thought."

Watched Fall 09
27. Comments by g_hunter1 [Rating: 8/10]
Wacky drama about cheap tricks continues in this series. Still the same stuff but that's why i like it. Same characters I like and hate. Still trying to guess along with how the tricks are done.
28. Comments by compaqmac321 [Rating: 10/10]
better than the 1st season, and thats saying somethings, the jokes are funnier the tricks are better and the story is better...they reworked the show a bit and made it better, im impressed
29. Comments by Danji [Rating: 8/10]
Not quite as good as the first season, Trick 2 has its own ups and downs. The show is easy to watch and entertaining. The characters are fun and remain interesting throughout the series.
30. Comments by zenith777 [Rating: 7/10]
The story was just about the same as in the Trick I, the differences were just in the mystery case and problem solving... worth to watch when you got bored with love story dorama... ^^

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Users who voted for this drama (42)
1. yourasthma
each episode has its moments. very funny. nakama seals her spot as a comedic actress. abe hiroshi holds his own. very very strong supporting cast, esp her 'mother'. love this to bits. i find myself rewatching certain scenes for the humour.
2. Yayoi
TRICK 2? Thrilling + Romantic + Intriguing + Comical + Knowledgeable TOO. ^^; My fave part is about the Ghost Taxi and the Mysterious, Enchanted Forest. ^^ Plus, there's Shiina Kippei!!! Details? Read my review and comments! ^^
3. Miss Marty
Greatest Japanese drama ever! It's the X-Files with a comic twist. Onitsuka Chihiro's theme songs are wonderful too. I love Yabe's comical sidekick! You MUST watch this series.
4. lastsamurai
I almost died of laughter watching Trick series. I don't know how to put this in words but Abe Hiroshi and Nakama Yukie, their chemistry just make this dorama a MUST watch.
5. niti
Wonderful, wonderful drana- one of the best if you ask me - humor, magic , adventure, got to love it
6. AmarnaObsession
Nakama Yukie & Abe Hiroshi are brilliant together. Stupid, stupid Ueda. Luv him tho! LoL =0)
7. outlaws0025
Watched all 3 seasons and the SP and the 2 movies... but I still wish there were more Trick!
8. cloud9
Another great season, the anitcs of the characters never fail to put a smile on my face
9. Hanada Tattsu
I loved this season, but it was not as original as the first season of Trick. 10/10!
10. kokuou
This is also a GREAT DRAMA!! Nakama Yukie rocks, and Abe Hiroshi is cute as ever.
11. chrisyukiefan
This is cool! really fun!! hahahaha... i like it very much!! specially YUKIE! ^^
12. Gadwin2k
again, the cast offers the same superb acting from the first. gotta love yukie!
13. sanna
It's not as good as the first trick, but i still loved it just as much!!
14. Tatakau
Love all 3 Trick series, more people need to watch and vote for it.
15. reken
any show she does it good, especially when they are funny ones
16. Silent_Eyez
Both funny and suspenseful. The Trick series is awesome! ^_^
17. swit_kiss56
LIKE IT AND LOVE IT..HOPE THERE IS TRICK 4 TO COME!
18. dys199
One of my favourite doramas. So funny and wierd!
19. gohmifune
This is a great show, it only gets better too.
20. Azumanga Daioh Fan
So good and very funny one of my favorites!!!
21. dt
nakama yukie is great...and funny dorama...
22. dira
great dorama!!!yuki is kawaii!
23. AerialAsian
Same as why i like trick 1
24. vicky20
Very good comeback!!!
25. ayalight
an all-star cast
26. tsuki77
Luv it too!
27. Shadow
Very Funny
28. Qinrong
Funny
29. bmwracer
30. rainbowglasss

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