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The most common norm for live-action or animated series is a maximum of two or three opening and/or ending themes per season, and the ocassional special-event or Finale Credits tune. When a show has a large number of OP/ED songs in a relatively short period of time, we're witnessing a Credits Jukebox. Happens almost exclusively with Anime endings.
- If variations count, Akikan has a different arrangement of the ED every time, sometimes with guest singers. Last episode went to Miku Hatsune. In a case of Tropes Are Not Good, this might have been what made the studio skimp on the animation budget.
- Bokura ga Ita
- Ef a Tale of Memories
- Hanamaru Kindergarten
- Highschool of the Dead
- The Ichigo 100% OVAs.
- The TV version of Kyō no Go no Ni / Today In Class 5-2 has 5 closing themes for a Thirteen Episode Anime.
- Kyouran Kazoku Nikki has 8 ending themes for 26 episodes.
- Lucky Star would have the cast sing the opening or ending theme to some other show at the end of each episode, instead of having its own ED.
- Mawaru Penguindrum has 10 ending themes for 26 episodes. Every ending except the first lasts for one episode.
- Every episode of Mushishi has its own closing tune.
- Neon Genesis Evangelion apparently has more than 30 different versions of Fly Me To The Moon.
- Ore Imo has a different ending for each episode. It has twelve (plus four) episodes.
- School Days
- Sora no Otoshimono
- Togainu no Chi
- Nichijou only has one ending theme (albeit with three variations) for its first half, but the second half has a new ED theme every episode.
- The Idolmaster changes the ending theme every episode, with each theme being different songs from the games.