Sooner or later, all of the girls are going to need a blood donor.
Io doesn’t know just how much of a threat he is to the world. His smile, his natural elegance and his calm-cool-collective soul are all dangerous to any girl in his way. Just by looking at them he causes nosebleeds and when he’s done doing damage, he twirls anything he can get his hands on at lightning speed without fail. Plus, he’s a nice guy to boot — I thought nice guys finish last. Well, he’s one nice badass then.
I’m pretty sure it’s criminal for Tsumiki to wear a full-bodied cat costume. Let me check the rule book… Yeah, it’s illegal in every possible way. I’m sure Io designed her mascot costume like that on purpose, fully aware that this is what she really should wear
at all times. (Not a newlywed — Hime and Mayoi look pretty darn good too. Wonder if they’re trying to say, “We can make some happy breads.” Or in this episode’s case, happy crepes.) Whether in a cat costume or not, her kitty catty nature persevered and reminded me why I like this show so much. Aside from my fondness for cats, Tsumiki is pretty likable as she is. And it’s not like she tries to spell out moe for you, at least not on purpose… right?
The premise of the episode focused on the cultural festival, which shouldn’t have been much of a surprise for the average anime fan to see on screen. I thought it was pretty fun because of the way things happened. Again, Sakaki seemed to have gotten in the way most of the time but props to him for the host wear for him and Io. Seriously, I’m not trying to bash him but I really don’t see him as the outspoken funny guy. The show does try to ship him and Mayoi together so not all is bad for him.
In any regards, it’s the usual Acchi Kocchi kind of episode with an added message that you should use solar energy. An anime that promotes going green… I think it’s the anime you should watch.
GO Rating: 3.5/5
Up, up and away she goes.