OP: 「キラメク」 by yozuca*
Takahashi Eriko is going to be a student at an all-girl’s high school. Along with her friends Suzuki Yuma and Satou Ayano, Eriko sneaks into her future school. They’re wearing the school’s uniforms so as to not arouse suspicion. Unfortunately, it’s not the clean and orderly place that she had imagined; it’s especially apparent when she sees the mess that is the swimming club’s locker room. Eriko starts running in disbelief at her future surroundings and accidentally falls down some stairs. She lands on Kouda Akari, another current middle-schooler who’s going to be going there. Akari and her friends think that Eriko, Yuma, and Ayano are all high schoolers by the fact that they’re already wearing the school uniforms. They ask Eriko about high school life, so she makes up a bunch of stuff. As it turns out, Ayano ends up in the same class as Eriko. Because Eriko had blabbed to others all of the nonsense that Eriko had told her, they’re on unfriendly terms. One of the teachers walks into the middle of their fight and punishes them by making them clean a dusty room. But while they’re inside, a security guard walks past and locks the door, not knowing that there are people inside. Thus, Akari and Ayano are forced to work together to get out, though they fail at their attempt to escape through the ceiling. Instead, it’s their friends who unlock the door after learning that they were missing. The six girls are quickly becoming friends.
ED: 「incl.」 by meg rock
OP is by yozuca* and like her other songs, it’s catchy. Don’t really like the ED, but I’ve never been a big fan of meg rock.
Normally I wouldn’t include preview shots from the first episode, but I did it this time so that you can see how much fanservice this show will potentially have.
Well, this really isn’t what I had expected – there was less humor and a lot more fanservice. It was a bit underwhelming. They basically introduce the girls and show how Eriko and Akari become friends while throwing in tons of panty shots. The animation and music are average, so the only thing the series has going for it is a fairly strong cast including Mamiko Noto and Yukino Satsuki.
I’m probably going to watch one or two more episodes and see if the show gets any funnier, but odds are I won’t be sticking with this.