Daimidaler, WIcrOSS, Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou up to the chopping board. Something was shoveled off a cliff this time.
Not really feeling it with this too. It kind of reminded me of Genei Taiyou, mahou shoujo anime with tarot cards (maybe I should finish it). Only somehow less interesting.
But one thing that I am sure of: that Tama thing is noisy and annoying.
Status: depends on next episode. Score: 6/10
Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou
Surprisingly, I’m okay with this. I thought the moment when pervert roommate and no-luck-with-men 30s woman came on screen, I’d hate it, but even then after a few minutes of air time, I’m kind of okay with them around. I can’t believe I’ll be writing this, but seeing the pervert roommate more than just ye olde pervert but as a masochist is kind of refreshing. In a weird sense, this reminds me of Otaku no Musume (which is a great manga that everyone should read).
The landlady is also kind of amusing, in that she has that drama-actress aspirations. Of course it’s standard that the landlady is secretly the alpha female and a force to be reckoned with in the house.
Most of all though, I found that the main female character, Rit-chan, also interesting. Sort of. I foresee that she’ll be having one of those bookwork character development though, but not in the usual cliche way.
Oddly satisfying for a SoL. This is the second time that I remember in recent times that I am enjoying SoL.
Status: watching. Score: 7/10
I would liked this back when I am just a walking meat puppet full of hormones and newfound lust for women, maybe. But now? Eh. This has the same problem I have with most other fanservice shows: it’s just that.
Too bad though, since I like the OP.