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Honestly, I thought I’d be put off by the love spell concept of this episode, but it wasn’t bad overall. I admit that the bee was going a little bit overboard with the stings, but I think the interactions between the characters in this episode were generally solid. Andrew gets a decent introduction despite being arguably a side character and surprisingly Lotte gets a bit of extra character too in her interaction with Frank. Still, you have to admit that Andrew’s kind of an overused character type.
About a minute of this episode has gone by and I’m still stuck staring at this ice cream cone. That top scoop looks like it’s floating on nothing right now.
Really not being coy about the Cinderella reference, huh? More importantly, I understand that this is the only important shop in this series, but are there really no clothing stores in this area?
The shopkeeper mentions a Snow White set as well, but we’ll pretend like we didn’t hear that. It’s probably not important.
Cool, now I can pitch my squirrel army idea.
This is some excellent logic. Treat me like a guest because I’m here now! It doesn’t matter that I wasn’t invited!
Sucy releases this bee in the middle of a crowded room and it flies directly to Andrew…because the plot demands it!
Also, a bee normally uses its stinger as a defense mechanism…but whatever, magic bees. *grumble grumble*
Why does that matter at this point?
Yeah, but why, though? Because you can’t control them? Because they cause harm to the world with their practice?
Really thinking highly of yourself, huh Andrew? Also, this guy gets more characterization than most of the girls at the academy…go figure.
Come on, Akko…he hasn’t been drooling over you in this entire conversation.
You expect me to believe that in a room full of rich people who probably never go outdoors, no one freaks out that there’s a bee loose in the room?
Haha okay that was pretty funny.
Well this is a nice moment.