List of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya episodes

The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Japanese DVD volume 1 cover

The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya is an anime television series produced by Kyoto Animation and directed by Tatsuya Ishihara, based on the Haruhi Suzumiya series of light novels written by Nagaru Tanigawa and illustrated by Noizi Ito. The series follows a high school boy known only as Kyon who encounters Haruhi Suzumiya, an erratic girl who is unaware that she possesses unconscious abilities that can alter the very universe, and gets dragged into joining her SOS Brigade, also consisting of an alien, a time traveller, and an esper.

The first season, consisting of 14 episodes, aired in Japan between April 2 and July 2, 2006, airing in a nonlinear order in its original broadcast. The second season, consisting of 14 new episodes, was aired in chronological order in between re-airings of the first season's episodes, with all 28 episodes aired between April 3[1] and October 9, 2009. The series was released in North America by Bandai Entertainment, and was relicensed by Funimation.[2]

For the first season's episodes, the opening theme is "Bōken Desho Desho?" (冒険でしょでしょ? It's an Adventure, Right? Right?) by Aya Hirano, and the ending theme is "Hare Hare Yukai" (ハレ晴レユカイ Sunny Sunny Happiness) by Hirano, Minori Chihara and Yuko Goto. For the episode titled "The Adventures of Mikuru Asahina Episode 00", the opening theme is "Koi no Mikuru Densetsu" (恋のミクル伝説 The Mikuru Legend of Love) by Goto. For the second season's episodes, the opening theme is "Super Driver" by Hirano, and the ending theme is "Tomare!" (止マレ! Stop!) by Hirano, Chihara and Goto.[3] The television series was followed by an animated film, The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya, released on February 6, 2010.

Episode list

Season 1

In the original 2006 broadcast of the first season, which aired in Japan between April 2 and July 2, 2006, the episodes were aired in a nonlinear order, with the six episodes making up the first novel's storyline intermixed with episodes based on chapters from various points in the light novels. In the next episode previews, two different numbers for the following episode are given: one number from Haruhi, who numbers the episodes according to where they actually fit chronologically in the plot, and one number from Kyon, who numbers the episodes in the order in which they aired. The sole exception is episode twelve, which is both the twelfth episode aired and the twelfth episode chronologically, a fact Kyon mentions in the preview.[4] For the DVD releases, "The Adventures of Mikuru Asahina Episode 00" is used as the first episode, but otherwise the episodes follow the chronological order.[5] In the 2009 re-airing, the series was aired in full chronological order, with episodes from the second season mixed in with the first season's episodes based on their chronology. In this airing, the first season's episodes were taken from the DVD editions, featuring visual edits and dialogue changes not featured in the original broadcast.

Note: B = TV broadcast order ("Kyon order"), C = Season one chronological order ("Haruhi order"), D = Season 1 DVD episode order, E = 2009 broadcast order (chronological for both seasons). Click the arrows next to the column headers to change the ordering of the list.

B C D E Title / Original airdate / 2009 re-airing date
"The Adventures of Mikuru Asahina Episode 00"
"Asahina Mikuru no Bōken Episode 00" (朝比奈ミクルの冒険 Episode00)
April 2, 2006September 18, 2009
The SOS Brigade previews their movie of questionable quality, directed by Haruhi Suzumiya with narration by Kyon. In the movie, Mikuru Asahina stars as a time-travelling waitress from the future who must engage in fights with Yuki Nagato, who is playing as an alien-magician. Mikuru has sworn to protect a young man, played by Itsuki Koizumi, but a love-triangle ensues with both Mikuru and Yuki striving for Itsuki's affections.
"The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Part One"
"Suzumiya Haruhi no Yūutsu I" (涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱I)
April 9, 2006April 3, 2009
Kyon enters high school as a first year student and meets a strange girl by the name of Haruhi Suzumiya. During her class introduction, she states that she has no time for normal humans and asks that any time-travelers, aliens, or espers come out and join her. Interested in her, Kyon becomes the first person to solicit a normal conversation from Haruhi. This leads Kyon and Haruhi to form the SOS Brigade. They recruit the soft-spoken Yuki Nagato and the timid Mikuru Asahina.
"The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Part Two"
"Suzumiya Haruhi no Yūutsu II" (涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱II)
April 16, 2006April 10, 2009
Haruhi begins to improve the appearance of the clubroom, but still feels that it is missing something, that being a computer. Going next door, Haruhi manages to obtain a computer by having photographic proof of making it seem that the Computer Research Society president sexually harass Mikuru. She enlists the help of Mikuru to help promote the SOS Brigade by dressing up in a bunny costume and handing out fliers. Later, Yuki invites Kyon to her apartment, where she unveils that she and Haruhi are not ordinary human beings and that she, a humanoid interface, would be classified as an alien.
"The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Part Three"
"Suzumiya Haruhi no Yūutsu III" (涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱III)
April 30, 2006April 17, 2009
Yuki completes her explanation of the Integrated Data Sentient Entity and how it relates to herself and to Haruhi. Furthermore, she discusses Haruhi's powers, and how she could destroy and recreate the world on a whim, even though she is not aware of her powers. Kyon, while simply trying to understand all of what Yuki had told him, is initially skeptical of her story. The SOS Brigade gets a new member, a mysterious transfer student by the name of Itsuki Koizumi. On a day off from school, the SOS Brigade searches the city in groups to try to investigate mysteries, during which Mikuru reveals to Kyon her existence as a time-traveler and her mission in relation to Haruhi. Kyon later confronts Itsuki, revealed to be an esper, and as he learns of the purpose of the Agency. All three of these members confirm that Haruhi somehow altered the reality of the universe three years ago.
"The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Part Four"
"Suzumiya Haruhi no Yūutsu IV" (涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱IV)
June 4, 2006April 24, 2009
Haruhi is visibly bored and is not her usual energetic self. Ryoko Asakura, the class president, is concerned and asks Kyon to help her. Kyon later finds a mysterious letter in his locker, which directs to come to a classroom, where Ryoko confronts him. Revealed to also be an alien, Ryoko attempts to kill Kyon in order to provoke a reaction from Haruhi, but is stopped by Yuki. Later, Kyon meets Mikuru's older self that had traveled from the future, who reveals that Snow White is the clue essential to his future. Ryoko was reported to never have transferred into the high school, much to Haruhi's suspicion.
"The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Part Five"
"Suzumiya Haruhi no Yūutsu V" (涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱V)
June 25, 2006May 1, 2009
Kyon is dragged into helping Haruhi attempting to investigate what happened to Ryoko's strange disappearance without notice. After a fruitless search, Haruhi tells Kyon about her earlier years, and how she changed from an ordinary girl into her present state. Later that day, Itsuki tells Kyon about the theory of the anthropic principle correlating with Haruhi, and he believes that Kyon is the reason why Haruhi was able to wish of such extraterrestrial beings to exist. Itsuki brings Kyon into a sealed reality, where the latter watches the espers destroy a blue giant entity subconsciously created by Haruhi. When returning to his house, Kyon is told by Itsuki to look after Haruhi.
"The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Part Six"
"Suzumiya Haruhi no Yūutsu VI" (涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱VI)
July 2, 2006May 8, 2009
One night, Haruhi's power is activated without her knowing, and both she and Kyon become trapped in a sealed reality at their school. As Haruhi goes out on her own, Kyon is met by Itsuki, who tell Kyon that Haruhi might have created this world to be alone with Kyon. Yuki contacts Kyon via computer and gives the hint of Sleeping Beauty as a means to return back. Kyon and Haruhi are forced to evacuate when blue giant entities appear and begin to destroy the school and the surrounding area. Using hints provided by Yuki and Mikuru beforehand in order to defuse the situation and escape, Kyon kisses Haruhi as he expresses his desire to return to the old world. It remains unknown whether or not this world is the old one or a new one, however the three other members are glad to see Kyon back again.
"The Boredom of Haruhi Suzumiya"
"Suzumiya Haruhi no Taikutsu" (涼宮ハルヒの退屈)
April 23, 2006May 15, 2009
Haruhi has once again become bored. In an effort to alleviate some of this stagnation, Haruhi enters the SOS Brigade into a baseball tournament. Due to a lack of players, Tsuruya, Taniguchi, Kunikida, and Kyon's sister are recruited into the team. However, the team is hopelessly inept, and if they lose, Haruhi might destroy the world. To remedy the situation, Yuki uses her powers to alter the course of the game.
"Mystérique Sign"
"Misuterikku Sain" (ミステリックサイン)
May 14, 2006May 29, 2009
The website of the SOS Brigade website has been created, but it is composed of little more than the club logo. Coincidentally, the SOS Brigade gets their first case after the website goes up, in which the Computer Research Society president has been reported missing by Emiri Kimidori, who falsely claims to be his girlfriend. Upon going to his apartment, the club members see that he is nowhere to be found, and nothing seems too out of the ordinary on the surface. However, after Haruhi leaves, the others return back to the apartment where they enter a sealed reality somehow created by the president, trapped inside a data entity known as a camel cricket. Kyon and Mikuru watches as Yuki and Itsuki defeat the camel cricket, thereby recovering the president. It is later realized that the club logo that Haruhi had drawn was the catalyst for the sealed reality.
"Remote Island Syndrome (Part One)"
"Kotō Shōkōgun (Zenpen)" (孤島症候群(前編))
May 7, 2006June 5, 2009
A supposed distant relative of Itsuki, later recognized as Keiichi Tamaru, allows the SOS Brigade, along with Kyon's sister, to stay at his newly built island villa. On their first day there, they enjoy the facilities and play outside on the beach, but are soon drawn inside by the arrival of a storm. While waiting for the storm to pass, Haruhi and her friends play games indoors and have fun together. Later, Keiichi disappears, and everyone starts searching for him. Ultimately, the SOS Brigade members find Keiichi dead in his room.
"Remote Island Syndrome (Part Two)"
"Kotō Shōkōgun (Kōhen)" (孤島症候群(後編))
May 21, 2006June 12, 2009
The SOS Brigade attempt to find clues to the murder of Keiichi. Yutaka Tamaru is initially suspect due to having been seen leaving the island the previous day before the storm hit. Kyon and Haruhi head outside during the storm, but find nothing, not even the boat. While drying off inside a cave, Haruhi comes to a startling conclusion about the murder, though there was a flaw to her story. They return to the villa and set to devising a plan to solve the mystery, but Haruhi later gives up trying to crack this case. Itsuki tells Kyon another theory to how the murder occurred, which leads the latter to prevent this from being known to the others. It is soon revealed that the murder was just a hoax to spur up excitement. Haruhi explains how she knew that the murder was faked. As the SOS Brigade set sail from the island, Itsuki says to Kyon that this was a plan to get Haruhi to keep her mind free from strange thoughts.
"Live Alive"
"Raibu Araibu" (ライブアライブ)
June 18, 2006September 25, 2009
On the day of the school's cultural festival, the members of the SOS Brigade are involved in different activities. Yuki attempts fortune telling, and Itsuki stars in a tragicomedy. Mikuru, along with Tsuruya, and their class open a yakisoba café as well. Kyon, attempting to enjoy a normal day, later goes to the auditorium, where bands are playing for the audience, and falls asleep. When he awakens, he sees Haruhi and Yuki walking on stage wearing a bunny girl costume and witch cloak and hat respectively, filling in for a female rock band on vocals and guitar. Their performance creates quite an uproar in the audience. It is revealed why the two had to fill in for the two musicians who were unable to perform for their show. Kyon, after understanding that Haruhi is not used to being appreciated by others, is then dragged into the idea that Haruhi wants to start up her own rock band.
"The Day of Sagittarius"
"Iteza no Hi" (射手座の日)
June 11, 2006October 2, 2009
Hoping to reclaim the computer Haruhi extorted from the Computer Research Society earlier in the year, the Computer Research Society president challenges the SOS Brigade to a computer game they created for the cultural festival entitled The Day of Sagittarius III. Haruhi accepts his challenge, but soon finds out that playing the game is much harder than she thought. Yuki is initially mystified by the computer's operation but catches on quickly, as she will tend to do. Eventually, she manages to find out that Computer Research Society club members are cheating and is able to block and use it against them, thus winning the game and some laptops for the SOS Brigade club room.
"Someday in the Rain"
"Samudei in za Rein" (サムデイ イン ザ レイン)
May 28, 2006October 9, 2009
The skies are overcast with a chance of rain, and Haruhi instructs Kyon to go pick up a heater. With Kyon gone, Haruhi takes pictures of Mikuru in various costumes for the movie's DVD cover, Itsuki helps how he can, and Yuki is left alone to read. After Kyon returns, he finds only Yuki in the club room and decides to wait for the others, but falls asleep. When he awakens, he finds Haruhi alone with him, waiting for him to wake up so they can leave. It has already started raining, so Haruhi borrows an umbrella from school for them to use. When returning home, Kyon finds a more playful side to Haruhi and in the end, she pulls a playful tongue-out face.

Season 2

The second season was aired in Japan as part of a re-airing of the whole series, with the new episodes mixed in with the first season's episodes based on their chronology. The re-airing aired between April 3 and October 9, 2009, with the second season episodes appearing between May 22 and September 11, 2009.[6] In DVD releases, the new episodes are collectively referred to as the second season. The English-dubbed version of the second season episodes of the anime was aired on Animax Asia and its subsidiaries from April 6, 2011.[7]

Note: E = 2009 broadcast order (chronological for both seasons), F = Season 2 DVD episode order

E F Title Original airdate English airdate
0801 "Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody"
"Sasa no Ha Rapusodi" (笹の葉ラプソディ) 
May 22, 2009April 6, 2011[8]
On Tanabata, Mikuru uses time travel to take Kyon exactly three years in the past. Upon arriving, Mikuru is put to sleep by her future self, who tells Kyon to carry her younger self and help out a certain someone. Kyon comes across a young Haruhi sneaking into her middle school and is roped into helping her, using the alias 'John Smith' to keep his identity a secret. After helping her draw strange symbols on the school athletics grounds, Haruhi questions him on the existence of strange beings, with Kyon suggesting that they might exist because he knows someone like her at his school. After Haruhi leaves, Kyon wakes up Mikuru, only to find that she has misplaced her time traveling device. The two go to see Yuki, who links with her future self and helps the pair return by having them sleep in a time stasis field in her apartment. After returning to his present time, Kyon wonders if he was the one who inspired Haruhi to attend his high school and start searching for strange beings. 
1202 "Endless Eight"
"Endoresu Eito" (エンドレスエイト) 
June 19, 2009April 13, 2011[9]
Kyon's relaxing summer vacation is interrupted when Haruhi summons him and the SOS Brigade to join her in summer activities, wanting to try as many activities as possible. As such, the group is taken on a whirlwind tour of summer activities for the next two weeks. They relax at the swimming pool, attend the upcoming summer festival, shoot off fireworks, hunt for bugs, take on a part-time job, stargaze, and play baseball at a batting range. They also watch a fireworks display, compete in a fishing tournament, travel through a cemetery, watch a blockbuster, go to the beach, go bowling, and sing karaoke. Finally, having gone through Haruhi's entire list, the last day of August arrives. Though Kyon tries to make up for his lost time by doing his neglected summer homework, he eventually gives in to distraction and goes to bed without finishing it. 
1303 "Endless Eight"
"Endoresu Eito" (エンドレスエイト) 
June 26, 2009April 13, 2011[10]
Somehow summer vacation has repeated like the previous episode. As Kyon is wracked by a sense of déjà vu, Itsuki is likewise troubled, while Yuki seems even more detached than usual. They finally figure out that Haruhi has put the last two weeks of August into an infinite loop because she refuses to let summer end. They find out that the loop has repeated 15,498 times with slight variations, but none of them can devise anything to stop the cycle from repeating. Upon their last meeting in a restaurant on last day, Kyon calls out after Haruhi in a last-ditch attempt to stop her from leaving, but fails to think of anything he can do, and she leaves. As the last day of vacation arrives, Kyon, resigned to the loop repeating itself, goes to bed without finishing his summer homework. 
1404 "Endless Eight"
"Endoresu Eito" (エンドレスエイト) 
July 3, 2009April 20, 2011[11]
The same exact events in the previous episode once again unfold with slight variations and the gang wearing different clothes. Once again the Brigade, with the exception of Haruhi, finds out that they are trapped in an infinite loop. In this 15,499th loop, Kyon and the others once again are unable to discover how to escape the endless summer. In the same scene in the restaurant, Kyon is unable to stop Haruhi from leaving, hence dooming the world to another summer loop. Kyon again goes to sleep without finishing his homework on the last day of summer. 
1505 "Endless Eight"
"Endoresu Eito" (エンドレスエイト) 
July 10, 2009April 20, 2011[12]
The previous time loop continues for the 15,513th time. This time, Kyon mentally senses an even greater familiarity with events and places from previous cycles. Once again, none of the Brigade members can devise anything to stop the cycle from repeating. On their final meeting in the restaurant, Kyon tries to call out after Haruhi but fails to do anything as visions of the loop's events flash in his mind. As Kyon regains his senses, Haruhi has left. As the last day of vacation arrives, Kyon, resigned to the loop repeating itself, goes to bed without finishing his summer homework. 
1606 "Endless Eight"
"Endoresu Eito" (エンドレスエイト) 
July 17, 2009April 27, 2011[13]
The previous time loop continues for the 15,521st time. The scene prior to Haruhi's dismissal of group activities is repeated, showing the same event happening in this loop, and the next two loops. As the last day of vacation arrives, Kyon once again goes to bed without finishing his summer homework. 
1707 "Endless Eight"
"Endoresu Eito" (エンドレスエイト) 
July 24, 2009April 27, 2011[14]
The previous time loop continues for the 15,524th time. Kyon rides his bike and approaches Yuki. In that moment, he speculates his reason for doing so and simply lets her leave without conversation. Kyon goes to bed without finishing his summer homework once again. 
1808 "Endless Eight"
"Endoresu Eito" (エンドレスエイト) 
July 31, 2009May 4, 2011
The loop continues for the 15,527th time. The scene where Kyon answers Haruhi's call loops twice, the scene in which Kyon notices Yuki at the pool loops twice, and the scene where Haruhi says she left the last day of summer open just in case also loops twice. Kyon once again goes to bed without finishing his summer homework. 
1909 "Endless Eight"
"Endoresu Eito" (エンドレスエイト) 
August 7, 2009May 4, 2011
The loop continues for the 15,532nd time, but as Haruhi leaves on August 30, Kyon beckons the SOS Brigade to finish their summer homework together. Irritated, Haruhi berates him, but decides to come anyway even though she has already finished her homework. With Haruhi satisfied that she made the most of her summer, Kyon finally wakes up on September 1 to embrace a new school term. 
2010 "The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya Part One"
"Suzumiya Haruhi no Tameiki I" (涼宮ハルヒの溜息I) 
August 14, 2009May 11, 2011
Upon the start of a new term, North High School is preparing for the annual school cultural festival. Displeased with the class decision on a questionnaire, Haruhi tells Kyon that the SOS Brigade will do something more interesting. Influenced by a bad film the previous night, Haruhi commits the club for a short independent film with Mikuru and Itsuki as the protagonists, Yuki as the villain, and Kyon doing 'menial tasks' including the filming. Kyon and Mikuru accompany Haruhi as she negotiates with shop owners for free equipment, obtaining an expensive camcorder and an airsoft gun. 
2111 "The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya Part Two"
"Suzumiya Haruhi no Tameiki II" (涼宮ハルヒの溜息II) 
August 21, 2009May 11, 2011
Preparation for the SOS Brigade's short film continues, with the main character's roles eerily matching their actual nature. On the first day of filming, the club shoots two commercials advertising their sponsors, before filming several scenes in a park, at which point Kyon points out that Haruhi hasn't actually written a script. 
2212 "The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya Part Three"
"Suzumiya Haruhi no Tameiki III" (涼宮ハルヒの溜息III) 
August 28, 2009May 18, 2011
As the SOS Brigade continue filming, Haruhi, displeased with the battle sequence, conjures the idea Mikuru shooting laser beams from the blue contact lens on her left eye. However, her powers unconsciously cause Mikuru to actually fire deadly beams from her eyes, forcing Yuki to protect Kyon and tackle Mikuru to remove the contact lens. While Haruhi changes Mikuru into a bunny girl outfit, the others discuss the situation. After filming for the remainder of the day, Haruhi leaves insisting on a tight filming schedule until the festival, including working on a Sunday. The next day, Yuki reveals she has used bite-injected nanomachines to counter Haruhi's effects on Mikuru, while Haruhi adds Tsuruya, Taniguchi, and Kunikida to be extras in the film. 
2313 "The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya Part Four"
"Suzumiya Haruhi no Tameiki IV" (涼宮ハルヒの溜息IV) 
September 4, 2009May 18, 2011
As the SOS Brigade continues filming, Haruhi tries to give Mikuru another contact lens, ergo another superpower, though Yuki quickly takes action and injects her with more nanomachines before any serious damage could be done. After Mikuru is doused in a lake, Tsuruya offers her place as a movie scene, where Haruhi has her sneak some alcohol into Mikuru's drink in order to drug her up for a kiss scene with Itsuki. Furious with Haruhi's shabby treatment of Mikuru, Kyon almost hits her in rage, forcing Itsuki to stop him, leading Haruhi to become depressed, since she always thought Kyon would support her. After becoming irritated by Taniguchi's rude comments about Haruhi and realising he is no better himself, Kyon apologises to Haruhi and reinvigorates her. This proves to be too effective, however, as her powers start causing cherry blossoms to bloom out of season. 
2414 "The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya Part Five"
"Suzumiya Haruhi no Tameiki V" (涼宮ハルヒの溜息V) 
September 11, 2009May 25, 2011
Deciding Yuki needs a familiar for her role, Haruhi picks up a stray male calico cat, naming it Shamisen. However, when Haruhi leaves that day, Shamisen starts talking as a result of Haruhi's powers. The other club members meet up, where Itsuki suggests a reminder to Haruhi that her movie is a work of fiction, before reality incurs further damage. Later on, both Mikuru and Yuki share their independent views about Haruhi. As Haruhi's powers continue through filming, Itsuki calls out Kyon to hold back Haruhi's powers. Kyon accomplishes this by convincing Haruhi to add a disclaimer over the credits saying it is a work of fiction. After the filming, Kyon and Haruhi remain at the club room to do the editing. Kyon falls asleep while editing the movie, but wakes up the next day to find the movie had somehow completed itself while he was sleeping. The episode ends with a flashback to May, where Kyon tries to tell Haruhi the truth about the other club members, but she does not believe him. 


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