Sakura starts to pursue Jun relentlessly even though Ryuu and Megumi try to intervene.
I donâ€™t know what to say about this episode. It wasâ€¦.odd. From the preview I guessed tat this episode would be mostly comedy but with a serious revelation on some tragic event in Junâ€™s past, giving him some character development. While thatâ€™s kind of trueâ€¦.I didnâ€™t expect it to beâ€¦this. Unlike some other tragic past revelations, this one seemed to be comedy. Although thereâ€™s comedy in the series, the back-stories to everyone are usually serious. But here with Jun we have him turning into another personality because he was hypnotized by TV when he was young. I mean, come on. It was pretty funny and entertaining to watch, just no where near what I expected.
I donâ€™t really know what to expect from the rest of this series. It seems to be all over the place. They have episodes with absolutely nothing happening in them, containing just fluff, then they have episodes that have drastic amounts of character and plot development only to take 90 percent of what they just built up and make it meaningless. The show cold really have some interesting moments dealing with Hikari realizing her own feelings or realizing Keiâ€™s and a whole big thing about them being rivals and what it may mean for romantic feelings, yet they donâ€™t, which is the frustrating thing. I donâ€™t have a lot of hope for this series even though there is the potential. I just hope it stays entertaining to watch for the fluff aspect of it.