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An unaired episode of K-ON!! released in the ninth volume of Blu-ray and DVD. The girls plan a trip abroad and go to the passport office to apply for passports.

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Set before episode 23, Nodoka arrives in the clubroom with a sample of the graduation yearbook. The yearbook needs to be checked by Sawako, who is sick with a cold.

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Project Meeting!
In order to recruit members for the next year, the girls try to come up with pitches for a new recruitment video.

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Graduation Ceremony!
Since Yui and Ritsu have siblings, the other girls wonder what kind of siblings they would have.

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After School!
Although they are not supposed to be at school until graduation the next day, Yui and the others decide to hang around the club room, though they have trouble figuring out how to pass the time. They clear out their desks and visit the student council room before getting Azusa to buy them some lunch.

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Entrance Exam!
Azusa makes a cake for her friends and visits the shrine to pray for success and good fortune for them all.

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The girls prepare for senior photos and college entrance exams.

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Yet Another School Festival!
The girls talk about the souvenirs they bought during the school trip to Kyoto.

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Romeo and Juliet
As the seniors prepare for the play, Azusa worries that there has not been enough practice for the live performance. As the play goes on, the backstage crew realize they are missing Juliet's gravestone needed for the climax, but manage to borrow something from the occult club in time.

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Leading Role!
Much to their dismay, Mio and Ritsu are respectively nominated for the roles of Romeo and Juliet in the class play. Mio has her usual problems with the pressure of being centre stage, whilst Ritsu can't act lady-like enough for her role.

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No Music Room!
The club room is closed for repairs, leaving the girls nowhere for practice. While trying to find a suitable location for their practicing, the girls try to come up with lyrics for the song Tsumugi wrote.

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When Azusa comes to the realisation that the light music club has been slacking as of late, she becomes determined to practice more. Azusa runs into Tsumugi alone in the club room and tries giving her some guitar lessons.

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After summer vacation, the girls hear about a school-wide 5000 metres marathon race, which Yui is definitely NOT interested in doing!

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Summer Classes
Ritsu and Tsumugi get into shenanigans while Nodoka helps Yui with her homework.

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Late Summer Greeting Card!
With the other girls studying for their exams, Azusa hangs out with Ui. Throughout the day, Azusa spaces out and has weird dreams concerning the other girls.

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Summer Festival!
With summer vacation starting, everyone initially decides to do another training camp, but instead they decide this year to go to a summer rock festival in the mountains, which Sawako conveniently has tickets for. After following Sawako's strict survival guide, the festival starts and everyone gets into it, especially Mio, although Tsumugi and Yui become depressed when they cannot eat the foods they want.

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During an unbearably hot day, the girls have trouble beating off the heat and also notice Ton shedding in its current aquarium tank. After dragging Sawako away from the air-conditioned staff room (partly to give Tsumugi a ride back to her house to get a bigger tank for Ton), the girls wonder why the club room does not have an air conditioner.

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After Sawako gets a call on her phone from someone in the clubroom, the girls decide to follow her. There, they find her meeting up with one of her friends, and although they are easily noticed by her, she does not alert Sawako to their position.

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Final Exams!
Yui decides to enter a talent show, though the others are concerned about her preparing for the show with finals approaching.

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The Future
While filling in University Choice forms, Yui and Ritsu get in trouble for not being decisive enough about their future. Nodoka tells the others about how Yui somehow became friends with her after they met in kindergarten and how she has improved since joining the light music club.

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Tea Party!
Mio gets the feeling that someone is watching her, making her feel uneasy, though it turns out to be because she had a sticker on her hair. She is visited by Nodoka, along with a couple of members from Mio's fan club.

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Rainy Season!
On a very rainy day, Yui gets completely soaked trying to keep her guitar from getting wet. While Yui lets her clothes dry, she temporarily wears a maid costume made by Sawako until she gets told off about it.

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Staying Home!
Azusa and Ui, along with their classmate Jun, spend time together while the third years are on their trip to Kyoto. Noticing that Ui would be lonely without her sister around, Jun and Azusa decide to sleepover at her house, in exchange for Azusa helping out with her underclassmen in the jazz club.

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Field Trip!
The third years go on a school field trip to Kyoto. On the train there, Mio is a little annoyed at Yui's and Ritsu's childish behavior.

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After noticing how badly she shows up in videos of the band's performances, Ritsu decides she does not want to be the drummer anymore as she does not stand out enough. She tries playing the guitar but cannot get beyond the basics.

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While clearing their personal belongings out of the club room, the girls find an old guitar that used to belong to Sawako. Since it had aged a bit, Sawako allows the girls to sell it and add the money to the club's budget.

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Yui, Mio, Ritsu, and Tsumungi are all in the same class and members of the same music club. They want to bring in more members so their friend Azusa won't be the club's only member once they all graduate.

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K-On! is a lively and heart-warming Japanese anime created by Kyoto Animation, aired by Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) between 2009 and 2010, based on the manga of the same name by Kakifly. K-On!, pronounced as Keion, translates to 'Light Music' and fittingly, centers around music, camaraderie, and the highs and lows of high school life. The twin-season series follows the unfettered life of five high school girls and their experiences as part of their school's Light Music Club. Yui Hirasawa, Mio Akiyama, Ritsu Tainaka, and Tsumugi Kotobuki, the initial members, later joined by Azusa Nakano, form the band "After School Tea Time" (Houkago Tea Time). Yui Hirasawa is the energetic, carefree, yet clueless protagonist who knows nothing about music but impulsively joins the club, becoming the lead guitarist. Mio Akiyama fills the role of the mature and disciplined bassist plagued by intense stage fright. Ritsu Tainaka, the boisterous and hyperactive drummer, serves as the self-proclaimed president of the club. Tsumugi Kotobuki, often seen as the mother-figure of the group, brings her keyboard skills and gentle personality, while their junior, Azusa Nakano, inspired by the group's performance, joins as the rhythm guitarist. The Light Music Club activities revolve not only around music but also around bonding over tea and sweets, courtesy of Tsumugi, post-practice. The series balances its music-centric theme with the slice-of-life genre, drawing on humor, friendship, coming-of-age, and the fluttering worries of adolescence, creating a charming narrative. K-On! does not pin itself down as a mere music anime. It comically, yet realistically, portrays the idiosyncrasies of the characters and the enduring dynamics of their friendship. It explores their individual growth and collective journey as a band and highlights the value of companionship and shared memories. In terms of music, K-On! stands out with an entertaining soundtrack befitting a show focused on a band. Comprising character songs, the multiple theme songs, and the band's performances, they are woven into the narrative and serve as energetic motifs throughout the series. A distinctive feature of this anime lies in its artwork. The level of detail put offers a visually pleasing experience. From individual strands of hair to guitar strings, from various facial expressions to scenery, the vivid color palette complements the lively atmosphere of the show. It presents an accurate depiction of everyday life, with the careful design of ordinary settings and objects highlighting the series' slice-of-life essence. Furthermore, K-On! has been lauded for its unique and diverse characters. Each character is relatable in different ways, providing various perspectives and adding depth to the otherwise everyday adventures. Characters' complexity comes from subtle nuances in their animations and quirkiness and their interactions with each other, making their development far more engaging. Beyond comedy, music, and daily high school life, K-On! also brings moments of sentimentality to the table. It doesn't shy away from painting the sometimes agonizing, sometimes sweet, and sometimes both, rites of high school passage. It goes beyond the cliché of high school dramas and takes on a touching and authentic portrayal of friendship that viewers could relate and empathize with. An easy-to-watch series, K-On! welcomes viewers into the warm, hilarious, and occasionally chaotic life of the Light Music Club, where music becomes an avenue to create cherished memories. Whether it's Yui's constant question of "When's tea time?", Mio's shy demeanor, Ritsu's pranks, Tsumugi's endless supply of cakes, or Azusa's earnestness, together, these moments become the emotional core of K-On!. With its characteristic mixing of lightheartedness, realistic portrayal of adolescence, and sprinkles of drama, K-On! offers an emotional depth that is not often seen. By connecting its music to its narrative seamlessly, K-On! will make you laugh, maybe cry a little, but most of all, it will leave you appreciative of the joys and simplicity of high school life as you bond with the unforgettable characters of the Light Music Club.

K-On! is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 2 seasons with a total of 41 episodes, the show debuted on 2009. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 7.8.

Aki Toyosaki, Yôko Hikasa, Satomi Satô
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