Yukari tries to find a way to save Tsukune by getting the help of the others who have just found out the truth themselves.
This was a pretty good episode. There were a lot of stupidities in it amongst some of the lot, but itâ€™s really just the kind that you can already expect from this show. Overall I thought this episode, in conjecture with the last episode that really had somewhat of a serious focus was a nice change of pace. The incredibly stupid at most times completely ecchi filled show did manage to have some good serious parts when it tired, which is something you canâ€™t say about all ecchi shows. I really enjoyed this episode and the struggle they dealt with. Hell, Iâ€™m pretty surprised too with how well they got out of the whole everyone knows Tsukuneâ€™s a human and want to kill him thing. I hadnâ€™t quite thought of the fact that they could keep lying about it, saying he is a demon but they did. Now, I partially didnâ€™t think of that but in any event it did turn out to work very well and Iâ€™m glad because that was probably what I was concerned with the most for how this would work out. Iâ€™m also really glad with Mizore and Kurumu; at least they werenâ€™t convinced he is actually a demon like the rest of the school and were just mad about the not being told the truth thing, not the actual truth. I pretty much take back what I said about their characters, and Iâ€™m really glad Iâ€™m able to do that. I also want to say I really liked how they made the connection between vampire and non-vampire Moka with the finger flick. I was hoping for some kind of focus on the whole two people or really one person, who is the real Moka bit. They didn’t really have time for that but at least they fit that finger flick in to kind of address the issue.
I am really interested in how the manga fits in all of this. When I have time Iâ€™ll pick it up along with many others, but that will likely be a while. I know they solved the bit with Tsukune almost dieing in the Ruby arc with Moka giving him her blood but didnâ€™t explain it. I severely doubt theyâ€™d do that twice so close together. In the anime version it seems obvious that that didnâ€™t happen at all, and Tsukune was just not hurt very badly, as everyone was reacting to this like it had happened for the first time. So the question is if they used the excuse from the Ruby arc here, what did the manga use here? At least they seem to have had a good reason for not using this back at the Ruby arc.
This series was pretty much what I expected it to be. I didnâ€™t really think it would be that outstanding and high quality. It pretty much presented itself as an ecchi show, and that was what it was. It was filled with extremely stupid humor and a panty of breast shot every two seconds. However thatâ€™s what it tried to be. Not all shows have to be psychological and make you questioned existence; some like this are just fun to watch. Even though that doesnâ€™t make it high quality, it still did turn out that this show was amusing to watch. I could laugh at several parts, some because of how stupid they were, but laughing none the less and for an ecchi show, it wasnâ€™t bad.
The characters were certainly what made the show as interesting as it was. I hope to read the manga since I hear countless times how much better it is then the anime of this, but I hope the characters are as important and unique as they are in the anime, which Iâ€™m pretty sure they will be. That really was the charm of the show when it was going though its extremely stupid parts such as their monster o the week type progress they had.