Yuno and Miya find out that Sae is approaching a deadline for her novel, and see how hard she has to work so they try and find a way to help her.
Well, itâ€™s been a while since the last release, but this is finally here. It is a bit of a shame, because I really do like this show, but I seem to forget that a lot. Itâ€™s not the kind of show that leaves much of an impression on you. It wonâ€™t really make it into a top favorite list of anime, hell even if it does deserve to rank there; itâ€™s just not that memorable. Even so, I donâ€™t really ever come out of the episode regretting watching it. I always have fun watching the episodes; they are nice and relaxing with nice humor, and great character relationship. Itâ€™s a very simple and relaxing slice of life show; it just doesnâ€™t leave an impression.
I still have to say that one of the best parts of this show, if not the best part altogether, is Yoshinoya-sensei. She is justâ€¦.amazing. First of all sheâ€™s really hot, but everything she does is hilarious. She acts so childish at times, and then acts like some model who tries to show off what she looks like. Itâ€™s a very odd mix of character traits, that just make her great to watch. Asides from Yoshinoya, Hiro is my favorite and this episode did feature a bit with her, but not as much as Iâ€™d hoped. It really was centered on Sae if anyone. However I love the continual joke they have going on about Hiroâ€™s weight. When they started mentioning how Sae wasnâ€™t eating when she concentrated on writing I just knew they were going to do a joke where Hiro should start to write something to, and god bless them they did.
Well, for a come back episode its hard to reiterate that this really is a very fun show to watch, because this episode itself seemed a tad boring, but still the overall show is great and I think people donâ€™t I’ve it as much of a chance, just because it doesnâ€™t really leave an impression at all. It was nice and all for this show to focus on Sae, as they donâ€™t really have much information about what Sae or Hiro really do, but it seemed like it doesnâ€™t have enough content to make I interesting. The funnier and best parts were when they strayed from that, like Yoshinoya and the principal.