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(Dub) 6 : The Friendship Scheme ((HOT))


What: Gripping new drama Private Lives follows a group of con artists who stumble upon a secret surveillance scheme that could harm the nation. They must use their swindling skills to go up against a massive greedy corporation.




(Dub) 6 : The Friendship Scheme



The name of this series comes from the surname of the family starring it. The Cesaroni are an enlarged family, made up of two different families coming together after a second marriage. They all live in the Garbatella, one of the main neighbourhoods in Rome. Themes like love, friendship, brotherhood and marriage are all nicely depicted in this series and if you like love stories with a fun twist, this is the series for you.


In the manga, it is revealed that Belmod was once a member of the Pride Troopers himself and was friends with Jiren's mentor Gicchin though despite their friendship, Belmod believed Gicchin's value of teamwork was sappy, as Belmod himself preferred to believe in power, thus giving him a mindset similar to Jiren's following his mentor's death at the hands of a Villainous Demon. Additionally since Gicchin was killed by a Demon, Marcarita couldn't resurrect him even if Belmod asked her to as Angels cannot revive those killed by demons, which is what lead Jiren to desire the Super Dragon Balls in order to resurrect his mentor, apparently with Belmod's approval provided Team Universe 11 won the Tournament of Power.


Yoshi (ヨッシー, Yosshī) is a supporting character of the Don't Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro manga series. She is a high school student and one of Nagatoro's friends. Yoshi is a simple-minded and somewhat childlike air-headed girl as well as a sort of sidekick within the 'cool kids' clique, which Gamo-chan, Sakura and Nagatoro herself are part of. She usually imitates or repeats her friends' gestures or last words and follows around Gamo-chan, helping whatever schemes she has in mind, especially teasing Senpai.


At another place, Obake, the man who had employed Yama to get the paperweight, watches surveillance cameras that show the new superhero team after they unknowingly set back a part of his bigger scheme.


Subsequently, Obake reprograms Noodle Burger Boy when he learns the robot was manufactured by Krei Tech, intending to use him to discover the alter-egos of the rest of the team. Hiro also comes into conflict to Wasabi and his neat ways of working, but manage to work it out and become closer friends in the end. Unaware of Obake's ongoing scheme, the team continue to face other menaces: Mr. Sparkles becomes jealous of Mochi and threatens to hurt the cat, so Hiro creates a robot named Skymax to save him, and Yama also comes back with a new robot called Mega Yama. Hiro then meets Trevor Trengrove and Wendy Wower, two of Granville's former students who, much to Hiro's surprise, reveal that Granville has been a teacher for longer than Hiro had thought.


Baymax then throws Hiro into a cell after refusing to work alongside the villain and Obake carries on with his scheme but Hiro is freed by Globby because he believed Obake was crazy but he thought it was fun crazy, and he didn't want to destroy the city. They escape Obake's lair via underwater after Globby faces Momakase, right after Globby globbed her to the wall with the help of Hiro tripping her. Before leaving, Hiro sees Baymax sleeping but Globby drags him away from the sleeping Baymax after he told Hiro that Baymax is a bad robot now. Hiro promises he will return for Baymax, and both go back to Hiro's house. While Globby waits outside, Hiro reunites with Aunt Cass to let her know that he is fine, and he goes to the garage to put on his armor, then contacts his team to tell them that he escaped with the help from Globby and also he tells his team that Obake used Baymax to capture him and bring him to Obake's lair.


Ritchie first appeared in A Friend In Deed and quickly befriended his fellow Indigo Plateau Conference competitor, Ash Ketchum, in an elevator. When the elevator went out, he plugged in a device to Ash's Pikachu and got the elevator running again. Ritchie met up with Ash again outside. While Team Rocket had Trainers put in their Poké Balls in a sack, Ritchie discovered their scheme and he and Ash went after them. The two were unable to catch up to Team Rocket and camped out until the next day. Ritchie saw tire tracks and led them to Team Rocket's van. When he went inside, he was spotted by Team Rocket and the trio trapped him and Ash in the van. They were able to escape with the Poké Balls retrieved from Team Rocket.


Their friendship led to problems in Friend or Foe Alike, since the two were pitted against each other in the next round. Ritchie waited for Ash on the battlefield even though Ash was unable to get there right away due to Team Rocket's meddling. Their match began when Ash was able to finally arrive. Ritchie won the match, since at the very end Ash's Charizard refused to fight Sparky and took a nap on the battlefield instead. Even though he lost in the next match to Assunta, Ritchie made it to the Top 8 position in the League.


Ritchie is a kindhearted and sincere boy. His courageous actions helped him to develop bonds and gain respect from other characters, including Professor Oak and Marion Town's Nurse Joy. He values his friendships, even waiting for Ash despite his delayed arrival for their Indigo Plateau Conference match in Friend or Foe Alike.


Flipping the script on Heesu in Class 2, Unrequited Love Skill is a story about friendship, love, and complicated relationship statuses, which tenderly captures the spectrum that sexuality operates on.


Now knowing the Skullgirl's location (and thus Peacock's too), Big Band heads towards the Grand Cathedral and confronts Valentine - confirming his suspicions that she was the perpetrator who killed Dr. Avian, with Double acting as a mere distraction. After defeating them, Big Band heads into the catacombs below to face Marie and retrieve Peacock. Despite defeating Peacock, Marie admits she was unable to kill her due to their strong friendship in the past. Peacock, now accepting Big Band's previous offer, opts to fight alongside him against Marie, to which he agrees.


She has also used pageant queens as a metaphor for deception and superficiality in "Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince" ("No cameras catch my pageant smile") and "Dorothea" ("Skipping the prom just to piss off your mom and her pageant schemes").


However, her manipulations failed. In the final chorus, she reveals that her muse saw through her schemes and understood her intentions all along: "Saw a wide smirk on your face / You knew the entire time / You knew that I'm a mastermind."


Out of the Detective Boys, Haibara is the closest with Ayumi. At one time, Ayumi noticed that she called everyone by their first names except for Haibara and decided to try and call her "Ai-chan", but without success. At the end of a case which involved a shattered friendship, Haibara told Ayumi that it was okay for her to call her "Ai-chan". When Mitsuhiko and Genta tried to call her that, however, she told them that only Ayumi was allowed to call her by her first name.[64] On the whole, Haibara seems to see Ayumi as a little sister, even going so far as to physically shield her from danger.[65] Besides, Ayumi is one of the people who teach her that she cannot win by always running away, and that she has to face her enemies[66].However, Haibara and Ayumi may almost be love rivals, since both seem to develop romantic feelings for Conan: Ayumi even asks her if she is in love with him, and is really frightened when she is answered positively (she eventually cheers up when Haibara says she is not).[67]


Tomoyo is very mature for her age. She is able to control many situations at once and is very wise, helping Meiling and Syaoran on their emotional troubles. One of her major character traits is her selflessness towards Sakura. Tomoyo is cute, kind, caring, sweet, highly intelligent, beautiful, meticulous, annoyingly perfectionist and very melodic (she has a lovely singing voice and often has solos in choir recitals). She enjoys making costumes for Sakura to wear and filming her all the time. She also sings in a club at school. Tomoyo can be slightly over the top at times (only where Sakura is concerned), but otherwise she is practically perfect in every way. She always speaks using formal verb conjugations and expressions, giving her a unique air of refinement amongst the cast. When needed, Tomoyo can exhibit considerable cunning and resourcefulness, which was most prominently displayed in the final movie (much of which revolved around a complicated scheme she had devised to give Sakura as many opportunities as possible to confess her feelings to Syaoran).


In the manga Tomoyo professes her love for Sakura (albeit not in a very direct fashion) on multiple occasions, marked by the use of flowers in the background to indicate love (a common visual theme in manga and anime). However Sakura has romantic feelings for others throughout the series and never interprets Tomoyo's messages as anything other than expressions of close friendship, which are eagerly returned. Tomoyo has a few conversations (not always with Sakura) in which she suggests, if not outright states, that she has feelings at least a level deeper than "close friendship" which she does not express.


Ex-Captain Sosuke Aizen is a major antagonist in Bleach, and to this day, he is notorious in the anime community for his brilliant schemes and nonstop deception. Aizen sought to claim the supposedly empty throne of heaven and rule all of creation, but Ichigo and Kisuke Urahara put a stop to that.


Anais is a remarkably cunning strategist as well, as revealed in the episodes "The Remote" and "The Password," plotting elaborate schemes, and decoying everybody's perceptions to achieve her goal, though she is often underestimated due to her significantly young age, which she tends to use to her advantage.


In the live-action movie adaptation of the games, Ryu's place as the main character of the series is replaced by Guile as the military leader of the Allied Nations Shadaloo branch. Ryu (with the last name of Hoshi), along with Ken, are two con artists who love to take money from rich crime lords through their schemes. This time, however, they unwittingly become entangled in the war to free the country of Shadaloo. 041b061a72


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