「お宅訪問！（してないお宅もあります）」 (Otaku Houmon! (Shitenai Otakumo Arimasu))
“Home Visit! (And Homes Not Visited)”
This episode was a healthy dose of aww with just a splash of aw.
Saikawa and Georgie
I never thought I’d say this, but I don’t think I could ever get tired of Saikawa’s “I Love Kanna” face. And even though we’ve seen it a bunch of times now, there’s still something about it that just makes me want more. That said, things got awfully steamy with Kanna and Saikawa this week. With the former kabedoning the latter on the floor with the same amount of passion Kobayashi has for maids, I don’t know what we’d have done if Kanna got the chance to do whatever she was planning on doing.
Also, rest in peace Tooru for getting caught in-between Kobayashi and Georgie fangirling together. Because if you thought Takiya was bad, I’m willing to bet Georgie was probably three times as worse.
Shouta — Get It?
Boy, how blessed of a life can you live? With parents who can use magic and create anything they want plus the added benefit of being able to use magic, it really feels like Shouta couldn’t really ask for more. Toss in the fact he has Lucoa as a “familiar” (I’m using that term lightly) and you could say he’s living every young boy’s dream. It’s a shame that he can’t really enjoy all the benefits that life has given him, but then again I doubt it’d be as fun to watch Shouta take advantage of the situation instead of being the one taken advantage of. Then again, just like Kobayashi said, it is nice to see Lucoa get tripped up every now and then.
Now, if you were to ask me what I was most curious about though, my answer would be just why in the world does Shouta’s dad need to own a programming company? Especially if he’s capable of creating vast riches using something as basic as alchemy (who says that equivalent exchange exists in this world?)?!
Takiya and Fafnir
After weeks of showing up for a few minutes at most, I’m glad to see Fafnir (and by transitive property Takiya) get some well deserved screen time and character development. And instead of being a cursed dragon that’s completely focused on the destruction of all humans, it’s cool to see him also growing in his own way. Because as much as I’d like to believe he’d have a huge paradigm shift like Tooru, I think we all know he’ll probably stay true to his rather edgy ways. Luckily, he has someone as awesome as Takiya to work around his needs and it looks like that just might be enough to chop at the edges of Fafnir’s tough exterior.
With another great episode behind us, it looks like we’re about to get the ever-so-popular beach episode. Something that I have no absolutely no qualms with! So until then stay safe and stock up on some extra blood to refill after too many nose bleeds. See you then!