Ria said: It would have been better if the Rito-magnet hadn't been so exaggerated in the end, and if Lala didn't lose her clothes quite so much, but it was an amusing episode nonetheless.
I agree with you about the Rito-magnet, I'm not fond of that little device, but what you said next...
H-how could you say that! There are some things that should be said and some that shouldn't, and even suggesting Lala should keep her clothes on more is...is just...terrible!
Overall though I'm liking this series a lot more than I first thought, I think it has something to do with how catchy the intro tune is, gets me in the mood to watch every time. The last few episodes, while mostly predictable, have had me laughing more than once, so I'm taking that as a good sign.
I'm not dealing so well with the gender-swapping Ren though, I've never been a fan of that style of character, but at this point that's not gonna stop me from keeping on top of this series.
I swear I facepalmed sooooo many times in this episode. Once you think everything is finally solved(Or when you think Yui finally gets it), everything gets messed up.
Overall, a headwrentching and funny episode. :P
What language was that in the movie that Rito went to see around the middle of the ep?
Humans are shameless creatures that carelessly ignore any misfortune which does not befall them directly. They can --and often do-- turn a blind eye to all manner of wickedness so long as it does not touch them or their kin. They will bow thier heads, condemning those victims for bringing calamity upon themselves, and cast their eyes toward heaven in thanks while their neighbours lay dying around them. ~Soren, Fire Emblem: Path Of Radiance
This is probably gonna be my least favorite episode out of all the ones to come. I really dislike the goody two shoes characters that eveyr anime insists on having and since this one was completely about said character it really made me hate it.
UchihaItachi6660 said: What language was that in the movie that Rito went to see around the middle of the ep?
I think it was supposed to be a parody of how silly French movies get when they are badly dubbed in Japanese.
The "train leaving the station" trope is in thousands of movies, especially from the 1930s and 1940s, but the voices were weird-sounding, so possibly they were referring to French and Italian movies.
Give Toyama Koichi one spiteful, malicious vote!
As a half-baked, comedic kind of authority, I don't mind lending a hand in this situation. (Bakemonogatari, Ep. 8)
I'm going to go and ignore most of what you've said... - Mawootad
patient_senses said: This is probably gonna be my least favorite episode out of all the ones to come. I really dislike the goody two shoes characters that eveyr anime insists on having and since this one was completely about said character it really made me hate it.
Yes, but at least we finally have an anime where it is realized that the main character is just a victim in all the ecchi happenings.
8/10 Perfect episode.
How does everyone not care about Run switching genders? (Does his/her sexual preferences change when his/her gender changes too?)
How everyone doesn't care about everything Lala does is also a mystery, but they all think it's just some crazy foreign stuff, right?
anything with Yui is automatically good :D tough they went a little overboard just like everyone else said. liked that heartbeat moment she had that was adorable!
and LOL at Rito being able to bring the dead back to life
chibuki said: Compared to the previous epi, this one is gold lmao.
^ This is the ultimate truth. In fact, thank you for saving some of my words with this quote.
Piroko said: Once you think everything is finally solved(Or when you think Yui finally gets it), everything gets messed up.
^ I think it's like that with almost all harem series with the same archetype.
So we got the big gathering of all the characters that've appeared so far (Saki's outfit tho). And then came Yui...
Good lord, I was really annoyed at first with all the stuff she did to our hero (lmao). It was totally gestapo until she saw Rito do all those nice things (the music and scenes sincerely hit the feels). That was a spit in the face for Yui, as I say. She's an okay character for me right now. Nothing special.
The magnet scenes... bruh.
So looks like there's a long ways off until episode 26. Like I said, episodic in nature.