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Oh, Lovely Mii-chan! (すてきなミイちゃん Sutekina Mīchan) is an episode from the Doraemon 1979 anime. This is the first anime adaptation of the manga chapter of the same name.

Plot

Doraemon reveals to Nobita that he has fell in love with a female cat. Nobita decides to help him to make friends with the female cat, which turns out to be a sleeping toy cat with a console attached to it. Doraemon picks up courage to confess his love to the toy cat, Mii-chan, who "agrees" to the friendship. However, Mii Chan's owner sees Doraemon "stealing" his toy cat and tells his father, who takes it away from Doraemon.

Doraemon persuades the father to give Mii-chan back to him. The father tells the mother to inform Nobita to bring Doraemon home. Just then, a dog has snatched Mii-chan away from the boy and Doraemon rushes to rescue Mii-chan. Nobita and the father witness Doraemon defeat the dog. Seeing that Doraemon really cares for Mii-chan, the father decides to give it to him.

Back home, Doraemon proceeds to feed Mii-chan with an automatic feeding device he has installed, and decides to install more automatic devices on Mii-chan to make it a real robot cat and be Doraemon's wife. However, in the moment of truth, Mii-chan reveals "herself" to be a male, runs out of the house and dates another female cat, leaving Doraemon heartbroken.

Characters

Gadgets used

  • Automatic Feeding Device
  • Automatic Walking Device
  • Automatic Climbing Device
  • Automatic Scratching Device
  • Automatic Talking Device

Gallery

Trivia

  • Despite sharing the same name as the real female cat, viewers should not confuse her with the toy cat Mii-chan.

Oh, Lovely Mii-chan! (すてきなミイちゃん Sutekina Mīchan) is an episode from the Doraemon 2005 anime. This is the second anime adaptation of the manga chapter of the same name,

Plot

Doraemon reveals to Nobita that he has fell in love with a female cat. Nobita decides to help him to make friends with the female cat, which turns out to be a sleeping toy cat with a console attached to it. Doraemon picks up courage to confess his love to the toy cat, Mii-chan, who "agrees" to the friendship. However, Mii Chan's owner sees Doraemon "stealing" his toy cat and tells his father, who takes it away from Doraemon.

Doraemon persuades the father to give Mii-chan back to him, and even proceeds to meet the family of Mii-chan. The father tells the mother to inform Nobita to bring Doraemon home. Just then, a dog has snatched Mii-chan away from the boy and Doraemon rushes to rescue Mii-chan. Nobita and the family witness Doraemon fighting with the dog, but fortunately the dog's owner arrives just in time to teach the dog a lesson.

Seeing that Doraemon really cares for Mii-chan, the family decides to give it to him. Nobita tells Shizuka about what happened and takes her to see Doraemon feeding Mii-chan with an automatic feeding device he has installed. Later Doraemon takes Mii-chan for a walk, where it "agrees" to marry Doraemon.

Over the next two days, Doraemon installs more automatic devices on Mii-chan to make it a real robot cat and be Doraemon's wife. However, in the moment of truth, Mii-chan reveals "herself" to be a male, leaving Doraemon heartbroken.

Characters

Gadgets used

  • Automatic Feeding Device
  • Automatic Walking Device
  • Automatic Climbing Device
  • Automatic Scratching Device
  • Automatic Talking Device

Quotes

[Doraemon takes Mii-chan for a walk]
Doraemon: Let's go for a walk! Would you like to head that way?
[Mii-chan purrs. Nobita and Shizuka follow]
Nobita: Doraemon seems happy, don't you think?
Shizuka: Yes, he does!
[Doraemon and Mii-chan sit on the concrete culverts by the sunset.]
Doraemon: Isn't this a beautiful sunset? [pushes a button. Mii-chan purrs, pivots towards Doraemon]
Doraemon: Huh? Mii-chan... [moved] That tickles. [lifts Mii-chan up]
Doraemon: Um, Mii-chan, will you... marry me?
[Mii-chan "agrees". Doraemon becomes feverish in love]
Doraemon: [stands up] You will? You'll really marry me? [swings Mii-chan around] I'm so happy, Mii-chan! [Nobita and Shizuka look at Doraemon in delight]

Trivia

  • Despite sharing the same name as the real female cat, viewers should not confuse her with the toy cat Mii-chan.
  • In the 2007 adaptation, the automatic devices were introduced in greater detail.

Gallery

Oh, Lovely Mii-chan! (すてきなミイちゃん Sutekina Mīchan) is an episode from the Doraemon 2005 anime. This is the third anime adaptation of the manga chapter of the same name.

Plot

Doraemon has fell in love with a toy cat named Mii-chan, and he takes Nobita to take a look at it. Doraemon finds the toy cat, but is met with the objection of its owner's family. Just as Nobita takes Doraemon away, Mii-chan gets "abducted" by a dog.

Characters

Gadgets used

  • Automatic Feeding Device
  • Automatic Walking Device
  • Automatic Climbing Device
  • Automatic Scratching Device
  • Automatic Talking Device

Trivia

  • Despite sharing the same name as the real female cat, viewers should not confuse her with the toy cat Mii-chan.

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