Idol Fighter Su-Chi-Pai II is apparently based on a Mahjong game series by Jaleco. I've never played the games, so I had no real frame of reference going into this.
The plot is thin, but it basically involves the collecting of nine different Mahjong tiles. However, you won't know this until the very end. The storyline throughout the episode itself is slapdash and likes to jump around to different scenes without any real transition or explanation why. It spends most of it's time introducing each new character.
The characters weren't terrible, but weren't anything too original, either. The acting for them was done well, and they were
fun to watch on screen, but they're all such typical characters that it's hard to find any of them interesting or memorable.
Overall, this wasn't good by any means, but it had it's moments. The animation was acceptable and on-par with other productions at the time of it's release... and while the characters are stereotypical, they still manage to be written decently enough to have a laugh or two.
I give it a 4 out of 10.