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Tsuma-tachi no Kagai Jugyo [妻たちの課外授業]

Drama Details
Title:Tsuma-tachi no Kagai Jugyo
Wife's many lessons
Telecast:1986-10-08 to 1987-03-25
Season:Fall 1986

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Duration:24 Episodes

This is about how parents treat their children during their entrance exams, the stress kids go through during their enterance exams and more.

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Actor/Actress Cast (11)
Ogawa Tomoko
Yuki Saori
Wada Akiko
Maeda Gin
Ishii Chiho
Ishida Hikari
Shinoda Saburo
!TODELETE Takada Junji
Kosaka Kazuya
Ichige Yoshie
Takada Junji

Drama Reviews (1)
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1. Ahh...the memories! [Rating: 9/10]
Way back in 1986, I remember watching this religously on the local International Channel in Los Angeles. Before then, a dorama that took place in a laundromat caught my attention but when that ended..."Tsumatachi no Kagai Jugyo" was there. From the crazy opening theme of the cast dancing and the all out storyline about mothers who want their children to do well in their test scores to get into the best school. The parents in this case over do it by selecting certain desks/chairs to help them study, Wada Akiko's character cooking up some strange brew or liquid concoctions for their child. But of course, with the mothers being too serious for their kids, the kids just want to have fun and the typical teenage love triangle exists. The fathers are either working too hard, getting drunk or becoming wannabe geishas because they are not getting any attention from their wives who are overly obsessed with their children doing their best in their test scores adds up to a very entertaining drama. If you can find it, definitely worth watching! - KNDY
Reviewed by kndy-nt2099 on 21 February 2004