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Steins;Gate 2 Seasons 2011

Season 1
4.7 out of 5 stars (11) IMDb 8.8/10

Rintaro Okabe is a self-proclaimed "mad scientist" plagued by paranoid delusions of a nefarious organization known as SERN. Fueled by their imaginations, Okabe and his friends form a secret laboratory and seek to unlock the mysteries of time travel!

Starring:
Mamoru Miyano, Asami Imai

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1. Turning Point

A self-described mad scientist attends a lecture on time travel, stumbles upon the dead body of a familiarly unfamiliar woman, and discovers that his text messages are no longer bound by the rules of space and time.

TV-14 CC Language: English Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: April 6, 2011
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2. Time Travel Paranoia

Okabe is beyond shocked to learn that the girl he saw murdered is not only still alive, but much smarter than he expected. Later, the name John Titor sends Okabe into a frenzy, and another banana experiment yields bizarre results.

TV-14 CC Language: English Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: April 13, 2011
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3. Parallel World Paranoia

Makise pays an unexpected visit to the lab, much to Okabe's dismay; however, her intrusion leads to further experimentation with the phone microwave, a device Okabe now believes to be a time machine.

TV-14 CC Language: English Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: April 20, 2011
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4. Interpreter Rendezvous

Okabe must outsmart a maid in order to learn the whereabouts of an IBN-5100, an antique computer that may hold the key to deciphering SERN's nefarious plan.

TV-14 CC Language: English Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: April 27, 2011
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5. Starmine Rendezvous

After some late night modifications to the IBN-5100, Okabe and his team uncover the shocking truth behind SERN's many attempts to master time travel.

TV-14 CC Language: English Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: May 4, 2011
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6. Butterfly Effect's Divergence

Makise figures out to the rules to the phone microwave, which is now known as D-Mail. Later, Okabe reluctantly adds a new member to the Future Gadget Lab staff.

TV-14 CC Language: English Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: May 11, 2011
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7. Divergence Singularity

Okabe takes his experimentation to the next level by texting the winning lotto numbers back in time, but he fails to consider how his actions might alter the present - or the future.

TV-14 CC Language: English Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: May 18, 2011
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8. Chaos Theory Homeostasis - I

The latest experiment for Okabe and his lab mates leads to the disappearance of one of their own. Next, they'll attempt to use their time travel technology to make a young boy's dream a reality.

TV-14 CC Language: English Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: May 25, 2011
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9. Chaos Theory Homeostasis - II

Okabe grows concerned over the drastic changes his experimentation is causing, and the IBN-5100 disappears from the lab. The only hope for finding a replacement rests upon the delicate shoulders of Feyris the cat girl.

TV-14 CC Language: English Runtime: 25 minutes Release date: June 1, 2011
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10. Chaos Theory Homeostasis - III

The part-time warrior from downstairs tells Okabe about the search for her missing father. Meanwhile, the aspiring mad scientist is troubled by a mysterious text message.

TV-14 CC Language: English Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: June 8, 2011
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11. Dogma in Event Horizon

As the lab members prepare to transport human memories by way of a Time Leap, Okabe receives some highly disturbing news: Makise may be a SERN spy!

TV-14 CC Language: English Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: June 15, 2011
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12. Dogma in Ergosphere

Tension builds at the Lab when Makise and Suzuha both show up for the party, but that's just the beginning. As the night draws to a close, armed thugs - led by a familiar face - come looking for the time machine.

TV-14 CC Language: English Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: June 22, 2011
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First episodes are boring as H...... but you have to watch them to get all the awesomenes that is to follow. I had to start this 3 times to get past beginning. It starts off with retarded man claiming to be intelligent inventor who is trying to make cool things but doesn't. He is irritating to me in the beginning. Then the story expands and starts running at full olympic sprint fast sci-fi pace. Everything you just watched in the first episodes is about to change! including your original opinion.
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Quirky, oddball, perhaps even slightly mad but ultimately endearing characters make yet another cautionary tale about the consequences of time travel into one of the most memorable, heartrending tales you will ever watch because this isn't just a story WITH time travel, but rather a story ABOUT time travel, about how it can go horribly wrong. Self-proclaimed mad scientist Rintarou Okabe attends (and disrupts) Dr. Nakabachi's seminar on time travel and has a number of unsettling experiences that will eventually mean much, ending with seeing Kurisu Makise lying in a pool of blood. His almost inadvertent text to "Daru" Hashida, who was conducting experiments with his cell phone hooked up to a microwave at the time, triggers the first temporal anomaly, in which past events have changed leaving only Okabe to remember them.

What follows are several mostly lighthearted episodes in which Okabe, Daru, and a very much alive Kurisu Makise conduct experiments first to prove and then to understand and improve upon the time travel mechanism they have stumbled upon, including allowing some of their friends to try to alter past events more to their liking. This builds slowly to a cataclysmic event at the end of episode 12 and several shocking reveals. Now the show's tone grows increasingly dark as an increasingly frantic Okabe, who is the only one able to fully remember all the time changes, attempts to undo the horrific events he unintentionally unleashed or caused to be set in motion. With the aid of a Kurisu Makise he must repeatedly explain the time changes to, can Okabe leap backwards through time carefully enough to fix the mess he has created?

And can he bear the ever increasing emotional cost?
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I have to say that this story was the most well-constructed time travel story I've ever seen. Trust the other reviews, it can be hard to get into; but stick with it and you'll find comedy, action, drama, mystery, tragedy, and redemption in an epic that you will find an excuse to watch again! Just pull through the development and you'll see :)

As for the Dub vs Sub debate?... Dub all the way! It's rare that such care and skill go into the English cast. One less anime we have to read!
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good anime--one of the few where I believe the dub is superior
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This anime has a well thought out plot with many unexpected twists along the way. It manages to stay clear of many tropes that tend to plague more generic animes, and stands out by hosting complex characters, sympathetic situations, and humor that actually manages to mostly be funny rather than annoying and predictable.
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Starts off slow and gives good character development. I'm a extreme action type of person so this was different, but I actually enjoyed this alot! BTW after tenth episode it locks you in lol.
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