They should've just include this with the regular airing of the parent anime.
that's how I see it, and quite frankly it ain't that bad when we see them 3 stooges and the 3 bimbos try their best to sorta disrupt Junich X Yame relationship for a while, this start off with in a school that has a fair and a cafe where girls were made to dress someone else in their class. But them again, it's Yui's rendering of her alter ego "Boa that started the attraction since we see her panty as the start of the anime, form their on it was the lesbian
Ranko who starts to stir things up with her hands as she grope the boobs of Yame, Nene and Yui and that's the climax, the rest were nothing more of anti-climatic when the 3 stooges and the lesbian Ranko conspire to keep Junichi and Yame apart , but in the end it backfired due some students who decide to put up traps around school and in the end yame and Junichi get's to be together and yes, it was quite predictable, so how did I rate it?????
Mediocre 5, Story:
The OVA was still connected to it;s parent anime.
Mediocre 5, Art:
Well, imo I had enough of their panties from the parent anime, and still no nipples.
Mediocre 5, Sound:
I need not say.
Mediocre 5, Character:
I need not say also.
Fair 6, Enjoyment:
Well, it was nice to see something like this which is the extension of the parent anime.
fair 6, Overall:
Well, it ain't that bad, but it ain't that good either.
[“It’s your typical, average, everyday school festival” Episode]
There’s nothing remotely special about this OVA. Its content is as dry and stale as the Sahara Desert. The plot is simple, unoriginal, and unremarkable. For those who want to read the summary:
– Our story begins with Junichi and many other characters (e.g. Kaiishi, Yukana, and the three stooges) running a maid cafe. Then afterwards, in the girls’s changing room, Ranko spends a solid 3-4 minutes groping and guessing Yukana’s, Nene’s, and Kaiishi’s bust sizes. Later, Kaiishi overhears a rumor (or legend), in which whenever a couple dances at the school’s folk dance
they will end up together forever (Cue: Owen Wilson’s “Wow”.). Soon, Kaiishi, Nene, Ranko, and one of the three stooges team up together to separate and prevent Junichi from dancing with Yukana at the school’s folk dance. Ensue, lots of random running scenes, an uninspiring haunted house scene, and random pit falls to solve the main characters’ problems. In the end it doesn’t even matter because Junichi and Yukana dance together.
Everything else is unremarkable: the characters are unremarkable and completely brain-dead, the art and animations are unremarkable and are as generic as any other romantic-comedy, and the music and sound design are unremarkable and fails to add anything new.
Even the fanservice is unremarkable: boob grabbing and groping, panties scenes, boobs jiggling, and finally lots of cleavage.
Enjoyment: An unremarkable episode for an unremarkable series.