「僕と浴衣とお祭り騒ぎっ！」 (Boku to Yukata to Omatsurisawagi!)
“Me, Yukata, and Festival Fun Times!”
Another episode down and there’s still no classroom warfare! But it’s okay, since I’m willing to forgive the series after demonstrating its impressive way of recapping without dedicating an entire episode for recap. Even though it’s been that long since I’ve watched the first season, I love how I’m slowly remembering things. The feeling of going “OH! YEAH” every ten minutes or so means Silver Link must be doing a good job with this sequel.
Just like how Akihisa felt something was a bit strange when everyone was acting so normal after such a serious incident, I can’t believe I actually started to believe that our crazy group of girls decided to let what happened last episode slide by. I should have known something was strange when Akira was acting like such an innocent older sister! I suppose I was a bit preoccupied focusing on Himeji and Minami trying to hit on Akihisa and Shouko constantly trying to force her love on Yuuji.
But things started to feel right when all the guys were rounded up and forced to cross-dress. Besides giving me another chance to say “IT’S A TRAP!” I’d have to admit that most of the guys looked pretty good in their yukatas. It’s a bit strange when Hideyoshi isn’t the sole focus of cross-dressing jokes, but it was a nice change of pace to watch the other guys suffer the same embarrassment he usually feels. That embarrassment coming in the form of cheers and praises for how cute they are, even though they’re GUYS.
I can’t believe that I forgot about Himeji’s amazing cooking skills. While I didn’t immediately remember why all the guys were being so cautious about Himeji getting hear anything even resembling a kitchen, that last screen with all the guys dying in the van jogged my memory. Rest in peace.
We’re already two episodes in and still no battles?! I’m still waiting for some sort of impressive battle between Class F and whichever class decides to stand in their way. While the humor of this show is probably more than enough to carry it along, the premise of this show promises crazy battles that are somehow educational. I want to watch Class F fight again!
ED: 「エウレカベイビー」 (Eureka Baby) by 麻生夏子 (Asou Natsuko)
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