Fuji TV Drama Special 2012 ~ Mou Yuukai Nante Shinai


Date: From 9.00 p.m., 3 January 2012
Cast: Ohno Satoshi, Aragaki Yui, Sato Ryuta, Kanjiya Shihori, Takashima Masahiro, Yasuda Shota, Narimiya Hiroki, Kimura Ryo, Emoto Tokio, Yamaguchi Sayaka, Kaname Jun, Takahashi Katsumi, Kitaoji Kinya, Matsumoto Jun (guest star), Sakurai Sho (guest star)
Synopsis: Tarui Shotaro (Ohno Satoshi) still has not given up on his childhood dream of being a superhero even though he has been in Tokyo for seven years. He is fired from his part-time job playing a hero, which is too much for him to handle for the last winter in his 20s. The search for another job does not go well. Meanwhile, his senior Komoto Kazuki (Sato Ryuta) visits, and suddenly directs him to take charge of a baked sweet potato stall. One day, when he is skiving after stopping the truck, he hears a girl scream for help. “I’m being chased by bad people!” Finding this a dramatic encounter, Shotaro hides her in his truck. He succeeds in protecting the girl, but her request does not end there. “Take me to the hospital!” she boldly orders a shocked Shotaro. She is Hanazono Erika (Aragaki Yui), the daughter of Hanazono Shugoro (Kitaoji Kinya), the chief of the Hanazono gang. Erika wishes to go to the hospital to visit her younger sister, Shiori. Shiori is the Erika’s step-sister. Because she was born to a different, divorced mother, she had been given a cold shoulder by Shugoro and do not meet. Furthermore, Shiori’s condition is serious and Erika agonises over the large amount of money needed for a kidney transplant. Shotaro tries to be a hero, “I don’t have money, but I can help you.” But Erika’s response is, “Please kidnap me.” This is the start of a winter’s nightmare. So, Erika and Shotaro enlist the help of Komoto and the three of them plan an unprecedented staged kidnapping to rip money from her biological father in order to pay her sister’s medical bills … …
Website: wwwz.fujitv.co.jp/yukai

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