It’s Aoki-sensei’s first day as a teacher at an elementary school. Like most ignorant, overly optimistic, inexperienced teachers, Aoki wants to be that “cool onii-san teacher” that all the students look up to. That’s going fine and dandy, until he walks into his classroom… full of topless third grade girls. Damn, gym class so early in the morning? Nice pantsu, Rin. Aoki gets the class under control and goes about his teacher routine – he notices that Mimi hasn’t been coming to class! More on this later. Throughout the course of the day, besides getting his finger sucked on by Rin, called a lolicon by Kuro, and overall jumping headfirst into a killerloli-infested pool, everything goes quite smoothly. After school, he finds out that the previous teacher wasn’t quite liked, and did some nasty stuff to his students… with Mimi taking it the hardest. He decides to go pay a visit to Mimi’s house, and eventually gets her to break out of her trauma shell. So far so good – the next day, Rin climbs a tree to save a cat, except the branch breaks and she’s about to die – until Aoki saves the day! Do-it-all super utility player, this guy. As a reward for saving Rin, the three girls give him an eyeful. Just another day in the life.
Crazy dancing, ass shaking, Rin eating fruit. You know what I wanna see is a show about these kids in high school. Lucky*Jikan: almost legal but still jailbait
The censoring kills me. I’ve watched enough of this stuff that I’m totally desensitized to it, so when a big ass spinning “no” character is popping up and covering half the screen every couple minutes, it sticks out quite obnoxiously. It was funny the first two times, but three onwards has been… infuriating. Not to mention that’s not the only thing being censored, as some of their dialogue has been drowned out by ringtones and such.
It’s a disturbing approach. Understandably the themes in this show should deserve little delicacy and tact, but to see the producers of the show actually move forward with such brutishness (ala South Park) is quite odd to me. Especially when it all has to get censored to hell – at least in Hayate, we get some comedic effect. The censoring here? It’s even more unpleasant than what happened in Dokuro, and altogether not that really necessary. Pantsu? Big freakin deal, seen it all before. Unless that upskirt scene at the end had no pantsu, in which I would make one of those O_O faces and clam shut.
It seems like the tv series is proceeding in a notably darker direction than the overall happiness of the OVA. And frankly, I’m not sure I like it, as I thought the OVA was really well done – had a good balance of all the elements that made the manga successful – but this first episode just seemed… weak. As an anime, it just doesn’t have much to offer over the manga, which I believe is always the killer when it comes to these anime adaptations.
But I guess only time can tell. For those who follow the manga, you’ll know what I’m talking about. And for those who don’t and think this is just Moetan deux, well, is it really? Just cuz there’s little girls in skirts running around – it’s not like the camera is zooming in on their little bits, as was frequently done in Moetan. Watch the show for what it is, not what you think it is!
Or just don’t watch it. At this point, I don’t blame you, considering half the time we’re staring at a big spinning “no.”
What do you all think about the picture captions? Keep? Discard? Rather have more information or more unfunny and irrelevant comments?