Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu (TV)

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Trivia:

in ep 2. at toranoana, the doujinshi at about 8:02 is from reborn!

in ep 2. at about 9:00 you can see a shakugan no shana light novel just as haruka steps outta the way

in ep 2. at the maid cafe, the music playing when the waitress comes is the op from koharu biyori - Apron dake wa Toranaide! by Eri Kitamura

in ep2, the op song from Nurse Witch Komugi-Chan Magikarte Z was playing in the "animate" store.

At 18:10 there is a "Shakugan no Shana" wallpapar behind the counter of the PDS store

It seems that at 18:20 there is a "Lucky Star" DVD on the shelves

in ep 4, Haruka dressed up as Shana from Shakugan no Shana while following Hazuki.

the yaoi manga haruka looks at features characters from inukami!

in ep 6, while Yuuto is imagining a festival in his head, you can hear the intro for the song Shinobu Ondo from Ninin Ga Shinobuden

in ep 6 there is a Shana doujinshi in the doujinshi circle at the comiket

in ep 6, Haruka mentioned Hecate probably Hecate from Shakugan no Shana.

in ep 6 you can hear the intro of Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu in the background.

in ep 6, the picture of Shana can be seen beside Clumsy Girl Aki-chan

in ep 6, Hazuki cosplayed as Dokuro-chan, Nanami as Wirhelmina Carmel, and Mika as Hecate while attacking the guys taking Haruka's picture.

In case you didn't notice, the seiyuu who plays Nogizaka also plays Hecate from Shakugan no Shana, which may explain why they're so many references to the anime.

The preview at the end of episode 7 features the line, "It's a direct hit to your heart," which is said in the previews in the anime "The World of Narue."

In the preview at the end of episode 3, Mika Nogizaka hints that there might be lots of fanservice next week. This is likely a reference to the similar promise made by Misato Katsuragi in Neon Genesis Evangelion's next episode previews.

The preview at the end of episode 4 contains the line, "Final Fusion Confirmed," which is a reference to an attack sequence in Gaogaigar: King of Braves.

At the end of episode 10, for the preview of episode 11 the background music is from the full metal panic trailer.

On ep. 2 the opening to Koharu Biyori plays at at 16:25.

In ep 11, about 4:33, the anime figure of a person with a gun is very similar to the existing, made by Good Smile Company figure of Kino from "Kino no Tabi" series.

in ep. 6 about 17:05 there is a Cloud Strife of Final Fantasy VII cosplayer

At about 8:23 to 8:33 in episode 2 the song "Binkan Salaryman no Uta" from "Club To Death Angel Dokuro-Chan" plays in the background until Haruka and Yuuto enter "Animate".

At around 17:35 to about 17:58 in episode 2 the song "Akkan Berry Berry" plays in the background. This song is the opening to the Ichigo Mashimaro OAV and Mamiko Noto (Haruka) is one of the singers.

In episode 4, for about 10 seconds "Hishoku no Sora" by Mami Kawada plays in the background when Haruka announces her cosplay. It is the first opening song to "Shakugan No Shana".

in episode 4, about 6 minutes in, Nanami Nanashiro comments about Kana Ueda being a popular and beautiful voice actress. This was a joke based on the fact that Nanami Nanashiro is voiced by Kana Ueda.

In episode 4, The military jacket and cap that Yuuto is wearing as part of his "disguise" during the episode while following Hazuki is a actual US Navy squadron permanently based in Japan. The squadron, VFA-102 "Diamondbacks", is based at NAF Atsugi which is about an hour away from Tokyo.

In episode 6, beginning at 16:00, the first opening theme for the first season of Shakugan no Shana can be heard in the background.

In episode 6, a billboard shown prominently at 5:13 advertises "Tomadoi Bittertune" by Milan Himemiya and Chocolate Rockers, which is the the opening theme (and its performers) for this series.

In episode 6, the Summer Comiket Response booklet Nobunaga gives Yuuto is a parody of the instruction manual from the original Gundam series. There is a character with a Gundam helmet on with the "V" symbol on the top left.

In episode 6, the person Nanami dresses up as to give Haruka the doujinshi is the former Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs and a candidate for the next Prime Minister, Tarou Asou, who is well known for his interest in manga.

The preview-ending line in episode 6 is "Inazuma Kick!", which is an attack in the Gunbuster OVA series.

In episode 6, the large man who takes the last Cat Bus Stop doujin, and bumps with Haruka bears a very striking resemblance to Mitsunori Kugayama from Genshiken - one of the main characters who was known to be obsessed with Comiket events.

At 5:05 in episode 7, Yuuto is heard saying one of Shana's most well-known lines, "Urusai, urusai, urusai!"

In episode 8, the movie posters in the background at various points when Yuuto and Mika are talking outside the theater (around the 13:50-14:30 mark) include ones for Labyrinth and Princess Bride.

In Episode 8, the preview for the next episode references the UC era gundam series (though it appears strange because she's using the calendar for a date 700+ years before it was apparently established).

In episode 9, amongst the cosplaying waitresses in Haruka's dream at the 4:15 mark is one wearing a Boogiepop outfit from Boogiepop Phantom (the one on the far right).

In episode 9, the entrance wall to the cosplay shop (on the far right at 9:40 and in the back right at 9:45) has another poster advertisement for "Tomadoi Bittertune," the series' opening theme.

In episode 9, the preview uses taglines found in the previews of Please Teacher!, such as "You have to check it out" and "This is a priority one." In fact, the entire preview uses lines taken word-for-word from the preview of episode 10 of Please Teacher!.

In episode 10, a "blizzard princess" is known to be participating in a competition for the school festival. This girl looks a whole lot like Primula from Shuffle!, who had real ice powers. 

In episode 11, when Yûto first meets Shute Sutherland, the music in the background is a famous classic theme: "New World Symphony" by Antonín Dvořák.

In Episode 12, at 24:15, there's a pink Mikuru Asahina from The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya doing a "It's Classified" pose on the bag.

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