Coming from a poor background, he can barely afford the expenses, let alone the newest fad: Persocoms, personal computers that look exactly like human beings. After a while it starts to become apparent that Chii is more than an average Persocom. While doing so, he accidentally finds himself confronting an undefeatable and is eventually rescued by Chi, although afterward Chi claims that she has no memory of the incident. Seeing him takes her out of the state, and Hideki takes her home. Hideki dreams of getting into college and having a cute Persocom to surf the internet for pornography with.
Hideki comes home from prep school and returns to find Chi missing. Ueda about Chi missing work, they decide to search for Chi together, and Mr. As a result, the series is 24 episodes long. Worst ever: 17 votes sub:11, dub:6 Seen in part or in whole by 13391 users, rank: 15 of 7616 Median rating: Very good Arithmetic mean: 7. But can romance flourish between a Persocom and a human? After trying to hide her from Hiromu Shinbo, his neighbor and his mini-Persocom Sumomo , and trying and failing to hide her from his landlady, Ms. But Chi, being Chi, manages to get an accidental job in a , and Hideki must look for her. Chi wants to give him a meal to make him happy, so she uses her work paycheck to buy the food and make it herself.
Hideki asks Minoru for help, and when they meet, Minoru shows him a picture that appears to be Chi. But can romance flourish between a Persocom and a human? Hideki goes looking for Chi. There, dolphins catch their eye, Chi jumps overboard, and in an attempt to rescue Chi, Hideki nearly drowns himself. At the public baths, after some awkward, unsuccessful attempts to instruct Chi on how to bathe herself, Hideki eventually finds a way to avoid the task when he meets his landlady, who helps bathe Chi. Hideki buys it for her rather than his dictionary, and Shinbo lends his to Hideki. While he's out, Chi reads the sequel of her book, which awakens a part of her memory.
Bewildered, Hideki goes to Minoru's house and gets him to contact Shinbo via video call. The next day, he finds out that Shinbo hasn't slept at all. He, Chi, Sumomo and Shinbo play the game together. Shimizu who is now married to him. Shimizu and Shinbo locked in a romantic embrace. Then he finds out that Shinbo has run away with Ms. When computers start to look like humans, can love remain the same? Hideki Motosuwa is a young country boy who is studying hard to get into college.
As a result, she meets a mysterious girl who looks exactly like her, named Freya, who seems to know everything about Chi's past that Chi does not. Shimizu suddenly shows up at Hideki's apartment and spends the night. Unlike other Persocoms, however, Chii cannot download information onto her hard drive, so Hideki decides to teach her about the world the old-fashioned way, while studying for his college entrance exams at the same time. Minoru, who has not been sleeping enough, passes out, and Yuzuki Minoru's custom-made Persocom decides to try to hack the Chobits database herself. He's short on money, has to go to prep school, and is still a virgin. Shimizu their prep school teacher decide to go to Minoru's Beach House over the Spring Break. The series was broadcast in 26 episodes from 2 April 2002 to 24 September 2002 across Japan, East Asia, and Southeast Asia by the anime network, and the network.
Later, Hideki is walking home when he sees Ms. Coming from a poor background, he can barely afford the expenses, let alone the newest fad: Persocoms, personal computers that look exactly like human beings. Then they arrive at Minoru's house, where he is trying to find information on Chobits. There, Chi changes into the wrong uniform. But can romance flourish between a Persocom and a human? Hibiya is cleaning the apartments, and Hideki and Chi offer to help her. It turns out that this is a map for the house of Chi's abductor, Dragonfly, and he is carrying out research to find out what Chi is.
Ms Hibiya then reveals that she used to build Persocoms, and she repairs Sumomo. Hideki meets with Shinbo and shares his feelings for Chi. Chi then tells Hideki that she loves him. While Shinbo is teaching Hideki how to use the dictionary, Chi finishes the picture book and something unusual happens. In a desperate attempt, he tries to take Chi to Yorokonde but gets horribly lost along the way. One evening while walking home, he finds an abandoned Persocom.
As it turns out, Yumi used to work at the store, and that had been her uniform. He talks to Shinbo about this, and learns that Persocoms need to be charged. . While he's out one night, he finds a Persocom in the garbage, activates her, and names her Chi, after her first word, which appears to be the only thing that she can say. A strange e-mail image gets sent to him and Shinbo from an untraceable email address.
At Freya's request, Hibiya issues the command to shut them down and delete their programming, heedless of Hideki's protests. The series was adapted by and directed by with music by K-Taro Takanami and character designs by Hisashi Abe. Finding Hideki and Chi on the roof, Hibiya reveals that she is Chi's mother. One evening while walking home, he finds an abandoned Persocom. Normally, prolonged exposure to sunlight is fine, but in this case, Chi needs to be plugged in. After he talks to Mr.
However, Chi is somehow not with them in the game, and Hideki searches around in-game to find her despite the fact that he has no experience in playing online games. Freya subsides and disappears, leaving Hideki and Chi to live happily ever after. When Hideki returns, he finds that Chi is very close to losing all of her battery power, but he cannot recharge her because he hasn't paid his electricity bill. Awkward Love by Rie Tanaka and episodes 26. Hibiya reveals to Hideki that her husband was the one to create Chi and the other mysterious girl, Freya.