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Maid Sama! is a shojo manga series that received an anime adaptation in 2010.

Once an all-boys school, Seika High, infamous for its rowdy students, has recently become a co-ed school. However, with the female population still remaining a minority even after the change over the recent years, Misaki Ayuzawa works hard to make the school a better place for girls. She puts a lot of effort into academics and athletics, and earns the trust of the teachers. Eventually, she becomes the first female student council president. Misaki has gained a reputation, among the male students body as a strict boy-hating demon dictator and as a shining hope for the teachers and fellow female students. However, despite her reputation, she secretly works part-time at a maid café in order to support her ill mom and sister.

Unfortunately, Misaki's secret is soon discovered by Takumi Usui, a popular boy at Seika High. Instead of exposing it to the school, though, Usui keeps it for himself and even becomes a regular at the café, much to Misaki's chagrin. Known for being a genius in pretty much everything from academics to athletics and for having rejected numerous confession of his female peers, Usui takes a liking to Misaki because all the other girls only care about Usui's looks. After going through various awkward situations, including being confronted by a forgotten childhood friend of hers, Misaki falls in love with Usui, who reciprocates, and the two soon become a couple.

Anime Edit

Episode 6 Edit

Takumi's shirt is unbuttoned after he jumped into a pool.

Episode 7 Edit

Takumi makes Misaki uneasy as he undresses after thy have dressed up as butlers.

Episode 14 Edit

Takumi enters the student council room after getting wet. He teases Yukimura as he offers his towel to Takumi.

Episode 17 Edit

Aoi teams up with Misaki for a volleyball tournament. In the finals they struggle against Usui and Erika.

ED Edit

Takumi is seen with an open shirt.

Artwork Edit

Kuga Sakurai from the rock band UxMishi is seen with an open shirt on the album cover.