Most of the episode consisted of Kyouko switching back and forth from dere-dere to a crazy stalker with glowing red eyes, apparently at random. Not that I’m complaining. Attempting to be logical and reasonable would make this show fall apart.
This was certainly one of the more entertaining episodes this season, and Kyouko has spiced things up.
The ending was the most ridiculous part of all:
The moment after you stab someone usually isn’t the best moment to confess your love.
In any other show, a magical girl ascending to heaven and asking to never be forgotten would be a tearjerk moment. Here it’s hilarious because Ayumu has a sword sticking out his back.
Since she’s sending faxes(?) to Ayumu at the end of the episode, though, I guess she isn’t actually gone. At least I hope not.
This Ship has Sailed
This afternoon, I realized that I’m actually looking forward to the second season of Dog Days (coming out in a month) despite how disappointing the first season turned out. Shows like Dog Days and Kore wa Zombie Desu Ka are kind of a guilty pleasure for me, mainly because I can entertain myself by shipping couples together.
Anyway, she has my full support. Sarasvati can be Ayumu’s mistress.
And Eu can be his little sister. When Eu actually moves or says something, her reactions are hilarious. I guess it’s because she says so little.
A Gelatinous Mass of Indeterminate Size
What is up with this. It’s disgusting. It’s not just Kyouko either. Sera’s are also fluctuating to sizes larger than her head.