So, this week is a bit more with the introductions. Yuuta leaves his phone at home and Miu ends up picking up a call from Sako. Strangely enough, Sako is able to use her voice to draw an almost exact portrait of her (that’s a little creepy). Miu and Hina also meet Yuuta’s neighbor, Atarashi Kurumi, who is a voice actress.
Meanwhile, Sora, who went out to return Yuuta’s phone, ends up getting lost. Unfortunately, the weather turns bad and Yuuta teams up with Kouichi to find her. Yuuta ends up finding her, and we also see a memory of Sora’s first meeting with Yuuta.
So, Sora reverts back to calling Yuuta Onii-chan rather than Uncle. As with normal anime protagonists, Yuuta is too dense to notice she likes him. Pretty funny episode as usual. Glad to finally know who that neighbor is…it was bugging me.
So, everyone is still adjusting to the new changes in their lives. Yuuta ends up running into the Sightseeing Club from school, and Sako almost finds out about the girls (in his own perverted way). Meanwhile, back at home, the girls are making their own mess. Sora attempts to cook dinner, but fails miserably. Yuuta ends up eating the food anyway, though.
Lots of pretty funny stuff this week. Smart of Yuuta to keep the girls a secret from Sako…that guy’s nuts >.> I wonder if he’ll tell Raika soon, though. I think it would make things interesting. I’m starting to think Sora gets maybe a little bit too embarrassed around Yuuta. Still, I guess it works. Aren’t these girls supposed to go to school or something? More to come.
So after the events of last week, Yuuta ends up basically running off with the girls. They stop on the way for some karaoke and Yuuta ends up running into Kouichi (who is much better at dealing with kids than Yuuta is). When they finally get to Yuuta’s apartment, everyone starts to adjust to their new lifestyle.
Miu’s cheerful exterior is finally broken when Hina continues to mention their parents. I’m not sure what to make of this show. There’s plenty of scenarios I feel like I know they’re going to put in, and I dunno how I’ll react to them. There’s no way that Yuuta can handle all of this while still going to college >.> Oh well…he has Kouichi to help him out.
So it seems like I’m going to post about this show for a while. So, Sora is clearly still embarrassed about having been seen by Yuuta while changing, which she displays in a tsundere manner. After many amusing antics, Yuuta’s sister asks him to take care of everyone for a week while they go on a business trip. When they leave, the girls give Yuuta a bit of a tour of the house and set some rules (lol).
From there, it’s mostly a bunch of cute scenes with the girls and Yuuta getting used to taking care of them. But things take a turn for the worst when the airplane the girls’ parents were on crashes. Sora, Miu, and Hina are told they are to be separated, much to their dismay. Yuuta remembers his sister choosing to take care of him to prevent separation as well, so he offers to take care of the girls.
Not exactly how I predicted this would happen…I didn’t expect it to be so cheesy >.> But still, I guess it works. The atmosphere seemed to suggest that the parents were both dead, but the synopsis for the show only says “missing” which leads me to believe they’re both still alive for a final happy ending.
Great scenes from Miu…she’s a nice source of comedy and energy. Some good scenes from Haruhi- err, Sora as well. I guess this is the point when the show goes slice-of-life? I don’t really see how much more plot they can throw in. Oh well, I’ll keep watching for the entertaining antics.
So this show probably won’t get much more coverage on this blog because it’s hard to talk much about slice-of-life. But I wanted to give my thoughts on the show. Basically, the episode introduces the main character, Segawa Yuuta, a college student. The first half of the show talks about his meeting with Oda Raika, a girl that he eventually starts to like.
The rest of the episode is the main part of the show, where Yuuta is put in a situation by his sister where he must watch over her 3 children, all girls and two of which are from her husband’s previous marriage. The eldest, Sora, also has a crush on Yuuta. So far, I like the characters. Miu and Sora have their own interesting personalities and Hina’s there to be the baby of the family.
At the moment, Yuuta’s only watching the girls as a favor, but according the summary, he’ll have to do it full-time soon. If this was comedy, though, I didn’t find anything particularly funny, but I guess there’s still time to see. Opening theme sounded fitting for the show, but it’s not really my style, so I didn’t like it so much. I guess this is supposed to be the Boku ha Tomodachi ga Sukunai of this season? We’ll just have to see.