Izumi’s still feeling pretty down when Mitsuki and Anna tell her that Yoshitaka is up. Visiting him in the hospital though, it seems he isn’t feeling much better than Izumi was. She slaps some sense into him and they go to take back his house. Takami is there waiting and still wants Mitsuki. Mitsuki decides (surprise surprise) to have a contest between her and Izumi to search through Yoshitaka’s safes for something. Takami chooses a giant golden safe, but that turns out to have Pochi’s prized belongings. Izumi chooses one that’s oozing of darkness, inside of which is a wedding dress. Of course Mitsuki has her try it on and she finds that it fits perfectly. Refusing to lose, Takami takes Mitsuki and the deed to the house. Izumi runs after her in the wedding dress and retrieves Mitsuki on the roof of the house. Later, gathered in the house, Izumi admits that Yoshitaka, the greedy idiot, is her master. Yoshitaka is very happy in his good ol’ evil way. Mitsuki reveals that this was all another game of hers. In the end, Seiichirou, Izumi’s parents, and Karin all show up for the final scene. As the ending song plays, we see Izumi planting a seed which later blossoms into a giant tree in Yoshitaka’s backyard (much to his dismay).
Well Gainax ended this series like they should: chock full of fanservice. Things came full circle as Izumi finally admits that Yoshitaka is her master. There were a couple of good laughs, especially during the wedding dress chase scene, but aside from that this was just more fanservice fun.
Final Thoughts: This series never really intended to be serious, so I treat it as a fanservice comedy. And for that, it did it pretty well. Nothing memorable, but if you’re looking for a maid fanservice show, this might be for you.
As a side note, I’ll be going from one harem series to the next. Amaenaideyo! airs Thursday nights at 9PM EDT starting tonight.