Well, the first of several reviews for this week is done. I picked the stupidest of the lot to start; it can only go uphill from here. Right? Right? Don’t ask me why I only subtitle them with numbers sometimes. I don’t know either.
Good grief. I mean, really! Well, before she’s finished, Xena, uh, I mean Ripley–dammit, Feena, has managed to rescue her meido, lay waste to the house and royally (!) tick off Sayuki. And I’m not even going to go into the whole drowning puppy, drowning Feena, “omigod I have to do CPR/first kiss on her!” stupidity. All these cliches were mine, for the low, low cost of an internet connection, bittorent software, and the utter waste of a half-hour of my life.
But wait! There’s less!
Before we can get to the Princess Warrior, even before theÂ IndianaÂ Jones segment,Â we have to have the old standby clichÃ©: Guy Caught in Compromising Position That’s Not His Fault And Girls Beat Him To a Pulp. “Ecchi!!!!” Do I even need to caption the scenes below, as Tatsuya returns to his room from a bath? I think not; it’s so clichÃ© that the pictures alone are enough.
Well, the subtitles help a bit, but really, they weren’t necessary, were they? We all knew how it was going to play out from the moment he walked into his room and found Takano-sensei there.
What a groaner of an episode. I may soon drop this series; it’s not good enough to watch, nor is it bad enough to watch — it’s not even bad enough to be legendarily bad, like some shows we know. I can probably find a better use for the bandwidth, such as downloading yuri pr0n, last year’s winning lottery numbers, or pi to one billion digits.