At Home Dad

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At Home Dad

Details

  • Title: アットホーム・ダッド
  • Title (romaji): At Home Dad
  • Format: Renzoku
  • Genre: Family, Comedy
  • Episodes: 12 + 1 Special
  • Viewership ratings: 16.8 (excluding SP)
  • Broadcast network: Fuji TV
  • Broadcast period: 2004-Apr-13 to 2004-Jun-29
  • Air time: Tuesday 22:00
  • Theme song: Asayake no Tabiji by Jackson vibe
    • Insert song: Aishite mo Aishitarinai by Fayray

Synopsis

Kazuyuki Yamamura works at a major advertising agency, and is the breadwinner of his family, which consists of himself, wife Miki, and daughter Rie. He purchases a house, and is proud of being at the pinnacle of his career.

Kazuyuki's neighbor, Yusuke Sugio, however, leads a completely different life. The breadwinner of his family is his wife Shoko, who runs her own company. Yusuke is a so-called "at-home dad", and because of this, Kazuyuki considers him miserable and helpless.

Suddenly one day, Kazuyuki is forced to quit his company. At the same time, his wife receives a call from her former employer saying he wants her to come back to work. Consequently, Kazuyuki has no other choice but to stay at home while Miki works. Kazuyuki reluctantly starts his new life as a household husband—the last thing he wanted to do. Fuji TV

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Episode Information

Ep Title Rating
01 Men in the kitchen 17.2
02 Stay-at-home dads aren't made in just one day 17.4
03 A husband's heart, and the wife without a clue 15.7
04 Following the footsteps of the "experienced homemakers" 14.2
05 From the mother who gives birth, to the father who raises the child 15.9
06 Calling on the stay-at-home dad in a pinch 16.1
07 The targeted stay-at-home dad 16.8
08 Life is short, make the best of it 14.6
09 The end of money, the end of the stay-at-home dad 17.7
10 No free time for the stay-at-home dad 19.1
11 The best medicine for marriage can be hard to take 18.1
12 The at-home dad's still standing, and the mess' left behind 19.1

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