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This is an episode listing of the Japanese animated TV series Emma - A Victorian Romance (英國戀物語エマ Eikoku Koi Monogatari Emma?) and its sequel, Emma - A Victorian Romance: Second Act.


Emma - A Victorian Romance

The first season of Emma was produced by Studio Pierrot and Tokyo Broadcasting System, Inc. (TBS).

# Title Original air date English Airdate[1]
01 The Present
"Okurimono" (贈り物)
2 April 2005 23 September, 2010
William Jones meets the maid Emma at his old governess', Kelly Stownar's house. William falls in love with Emma and looks for opportunities to meet her again, wanting to give her a present.
02 Two Worlds
"Futatsu no Sekai" (二つの世界)
9 April 2005 24 September 2010
William meets Eleanor as she debuts in society at a ball he is forced to attend by his father. When he buys a parasol for Emma later on when together with Eleanor, Grace, and Vivi, Eleanor misunderstands, thinking the parasol is for her.
03 The Confession
"Kokuhaku" (告白)
16 April 2005 27 September, 2010
Prince Hakim comes to visit William in London. On an elephant ride through town, William becomes motion sick and ends up recuperating at Kelly Stownar's house. Hakim also falls in love with Emma, and confesses to her.
04 Mudie's
"Myūdīzu" (ミューディーズ)
23 April 2005 28 September, 2010
Hakim and William meet Emma while browsing the erotic literature section at Mudie's. William coaches Eleanor in tennis.
05 Dinner Party
"Bansan-kai" (晩餐会)
30 April 2005 29 September, 2010
Kelly is fixing up her apartment in preparation for visitors, but ends up having dinner with Emma and Al as the Knoxes had to cancel their appointment.
06 The Visit
"Houmon" (訪問)
7 May 2005 30 September, 2010
As William continues to court Emma, his father decided to pay Mrs. Stownar an appreciation visit together with William.
07 Crystal Palace
"Suisyo-kyu" (水晶宮)
14 May 2005 1 October 2010
Emma takes time off from work and goes to visit the Crystal Palace together with William. They end up missing the closing time and have to stay at the pavilion overnight.
08 Pocketwatch
"Tokei" (時計)
21 May 2005 4 October 2010
Emma takes Kelly's pocket watch for repair. However, when she returns, Kelly has already died. William tells his father about Emma and meets with strong opposition.
09 Alone
"Hitori" (ひとり)
28 May 2005 5 October 2010
Kelly Stownar's funeral is being held, and Emma reminiscences about their life together while cleaning up the apartment. Meanwhile, William attends a dinner party with Eleanor.
10 Missing One Another
"Sure chigai" (すれ違い)
4 June 2005 6 October 2010
Emma comes to visit William at his estate, but he is out searching for her. Just as she is about to leave, William returns, and the situation turns into a scandal with his father.
11 Past
"Kako" (過去)
11 June 2005 7 October 2010
William's father is scheming with Mrs. Campbell to set up William and Eleanor. Meanwhile, William goes to look for Emma and ends up hearing her childhood story from Al.
12 Lily of the Valley
"Suzuran" (スズラン)
18 June 2005 8 October 2010
William leaves a surprised Eleanor behind to go to the train station and stop Emma from leaving. However, he arrives too late.

Emma - A Victorian Romance: Second Act

The second season of Emma was produced by Ajia-do Animation Works. It details events that take place shortly after the first series concludes. Note that the following English episode names are not official translations.

# Title Original air date
00 Intermission
"Maku ai" (幕間)
Not Broadcasted {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Recap episode.included "manga volume 8 Special Edition(Japan)"
01 A New House
"Atarashii ie" (新しい家)
16 April 2007 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Eleanor, still in love with William, runs into him at an outdoor party. Meanwhile Emma, who has taken up work at the a large countryside estate belonging to the Mölders family, immigrants from Germany, is being falsely accused of theft.
02 Moonlight
"Gekkou" (月光)
23 April 2007 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
William visits the Crystal Palace with Eleanor and his siblings, but memories from his last visit together with Emma prevent him from concentrating on Eleanor. Meanwhile, the Mölders celebrate Ilse's birthday. That evening, the servants of the estate have a private feast.
03 Cool Rain
"Ryoū" (涼雨)
30 April 2007 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Dorothea Mölders visits her friend Mrs. Trollope together with Emma. William, scolded by his father for neglecting his duties, attends a charity performance of Romeo and Juliet in Grace's stead, not knowing that Eleanor will be there too. Eleanor chases after William.
04 Courtship
"Kyūkon" (求婚)
7 May 2007 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The Molders plan on visiting London and intend on taking Emma. Emma tries to get out of it. William begins to court Eleanor. Eleanor's fiery, older sister, Monica, comes to London for vacation.
05 Embrace
"Houyou" (抱擁)
14 May 2007 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Mrs. Molders and Emma are out shopping when they come across Mrs. Trollope. Mrs. Molders insists on Emma attending Mrs. Trollope to an engagement party for her eldest son. Meanwhile, William and Eleanor plan their engagement party.
06 Success and Loss
"Seikou to Soushitsu" (成功と喪失)
21 May 2007 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Emma and Mrs. Trollope attend the engagement party for her son, who turns out to be William, Mrs. Trollope's real name being Mrs. Jones. When Emma, not wearing her glasses, finds out whats going on, she faints in front of William.
07 Evening Waves
"Yuunami" (夕波)
28 May 2007 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
After spending the night with William, Emma flees to Mrs. Jones first thing in the morning and tells her the whole story. William chases after her but arrives just too late. He decides to cancel the engagement with Eleanor. Emma, full of regrets, runs off from the Mölders household after overhearing the other maids gossiping about the canceled engagement, and Hans is sent to bring her back.
08 Whereabouts
"Ibasho" (居場所)
4 June 2007 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Emma runs away from Hans, and he follows Emma to the place she has born. They spend the night together. Eleanor goes to William house with Prince Hakim, and Eleanor cries and runs away after talking to William. After returning home, Emma and Hans are called, and Hans covers up for Emma.
09 Resolution
"Kakugo" (覚悟)
11 June 2007 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Mrs. Trollope visits Mrs. Mölders and asks about Emma. Eleanor tries to forget about William. Viscount Campbell formally annul the engagement between William and Eleanor. William visits his mother, Mrs. Trollope, and asks where Emma is. William finds Emma and ask her to marry him.
10 By the Window
"Madobe" (窓辺)
18 June 2007 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
William tries hard to save his father's company. William visits Emma and sends her letters. Emma does not meet him or open his letters .Hans brings Emma to town on an off day. Hans ask Emma to marry him. William visits Emma again. He talks to Emma through the windows of her neighbor. He wants Emma to meet him in Crystal Palace in one week's time to give him answer.
11 Time
"Kouin" (光陰)
25 June 2007 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Viscount Campbell pushes on the investors, making the Jones Company face hardships. However, William tries to find more investors for the sake of his family. After Emma visits her former employer, Kelly Stowner's house, she finds that Mölders house is on fire. She runs back to the house.
12 Flower
"Hana" (花)
2 July 2007 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Emma tries to save the handkerchief which William gives to her but is stopped by Hans. William continues to find more investors. Finally,he collects enough money for the company. He rushes to the Crystal Palace, and Emma runs to the Crystal Palace after realizing her true desire. Again,William asks Emma to marry him. Emma agrees and is later blessed with 4 children.
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See also

Emma - A Victorian Romance

References

it:Episodi di Emma - Una storia romantica

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