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All the episode titles directly include references to American cinema.
Episode 1, the title "Sempai and Ichigoichie" (lit. Sempai and the Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity) is using the Japanese title for the Tom Hanks film Forrest Gump.
Episode 2, "Sempai and the Carribean" is a reference to Disney's "Pirates of the Carribean" films starring Johnny Depp.
Episode 3, "Sempai to ōgonkyōjidai" is the Japanese translated title for "The Gold Rush" starring Charlie Chaplin.
Episode 4, "Sempai and The Goonies" references the 1985 film starring Sean Astin.
Episode 5, "Senpai to DENGEKI" references the Japanese title for the 2001 film "Exit Wounds" starring Steven Seagal.
Episode 6, "Sempai and Waterworld" references the notorious flop "Waterworld" from 1995.
Episode 7, "Senpai to Roshia yori Ai o Komete" is the Japanese title for the James Bond film "From Russia with Love."
Episode 8, "Senpai to 7-tsuki 4-nichi ni Umarete" is the Japanese title for the Tom Cruise film "Born on the Fourth of July"
Episode 9, "Sempai and Dinner Rush" references the 2000 mobster film.
Episode 10, "Senpai to Uhauha Zabūn" is the Japanese title for the 1984 film "Up the Creek" starring Tim Matheson.
Episode 11, "Sempai and Nacho Libre" references the Jack Black comedy by the same name.
Episode 12, "Sempai and The Sixth Sense" references M. Night Shyamalan's supernatural mystery film.
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