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Probably the least good episode so far though mainly like in most stories with similar plotlines the hero gets decreased screentime and sometimes comes out looking really awkward and out of place. Poor Masayoshi, he used to be front and center and now forced to the shadows .I dont know how he can recover from this unless she gets captured or has some shocking and dramatic event happen to her. If so then Masayoshi could use his newly acquired skills to do something especially since he isnt beat up as often anymore
Goto too had decreased time though at least it got made up for with the punch dodge and etc.
Just when Hazama seems to be doing fine with the training, I can't believe there's a magical girl now She has a TASER attached to her wand, and I'm sure her actions could have her arrested for assault. LOL
Now that she seems to have developed a crush on Goto, things will be interesting now.
This show is so relaxing. Finally Masayoshi won't be kicked around by our cocky Flamenco girl with her uniform fetish anymore... Seriously this girl has problems.
On the other hand Masayoshi finally understood what a true super hero has to do! I guess...
Furthermore Goto is the leader of a vigilante counceling now? Interesting.
Although... Why are there 3 Flamenco girls now...
Last edited by Skyguardian; November 14, 2013 at 04:09 PM.
My God, that scene after the ending made my day; the 3 flamenco girls. LOL
Good episode and finally Masayoshi won't be forced to work with Mari, who still enjoys crushing other people's nuts. XD
Looking forward to watching the next episode.
Seeing the jealously in the back with whoever is on the end of the text screen about Goto only being interested in Masayoshi was hilarious. Even more since she was like him not seeing Masayoshi was making him unhappy. I hope Goto and Masayoshi can meet back up and meet common ground again, was always the best part which I guess is certainly going to happen now that he finally parted ways with Flamenco girl. Flashy skills and great singing voice but pretty aggravating and making Samumenco take a backseat sulking wasnt good.
Kind of want more songs and more Masayoshi being happy.
I love how Masayoshi took action and decided that he will not be pushed around anymore. Great character development from him.
I'm still not sure why we haven't seen Goto's girlfriend so far. It seems like they're long distance, but he asked her out on a date so they don't seem to be living too far apart. My guess is that she'll become an important character later on, and that's why we haven't been introduced to her yet.
Flamenco girls obsession with cops is pretty weird... She would've nailed him right there I'm sure of it... But classic Goto... Shooting her down like a boss.
Haha with Twitter and Facebook, being a hero sure is rough....
Fighting with office supplies... Damn this is too good...
PS: Those Flamenco girls scare the living crap out of me... So cute but also so... Ugh...
Anyway I really liked this episode and Goto was a boss in shooting Mari down. XD
As for the rest, Masayoshi sure had a crazy night but thanks to that scientist, he pulled it off.
It seems that things will get interesting from now on.
I miss our Goto Masayoshi dinner moments too separated these days, but at least seeing Masayoshi on patrol alone for once happened. Kind of funny and intense at times. loved the office supply weaponry, made it funny and actually kind of realistic of sorts. I was expecting lasers and high tech gadgetry when he introduced himself from some R&D Big company so that was a surprise.
The way they do the ending song, it almost seems like the scenes should play in the middle of the ending song, one verse, clip, then the next one to close it out.
This show always seems to defy my expectations. Every time it threatens to turn Masayoshi into a real superhero, it takes a sharp turn. The office supplies were an unexpected, great twist. They somehow made Samumenco look a little dorkier, and a little cooler, at the same time. I am thoroughly enjoying Mari's character. Best line was when she said (and I paraphrase) "let's blow off some more steam, umm, I mean fight for justice". I loved when she taught Morita the proper way to stomp on someone's nuts. Flirting with Goto was another great scene.
I would also like more scenes of Masayoshi and Goto together. They are a great combination, the innocent and the cynic. There friendship is the heart of the show. Goto rescuing Masayoshi was one of the episode highlights.
Sugita Tomokazu is doing amazing work as Goto. He shows again why he is one of the best male seiyuu.
Last edited by Kaiten; November 17, 2013 at 05:14 PM.
That office supplies as Bat-gear like for Samumenco was the biggest, pleasant surprise. I was expecting Masayoshi to have some kind of weapon, but using office supplies is indeed a hilarious plot twist. The scene between Mari and Goto was kinda cringe-worthy for me, since I didn't think she has such a huge fetishes on police officers. Nevertheless, I'm hoping that their relationship progress further, considering that it would be a fun thing to see those two different personalities in a relationship.
And that last scene, I knew that was coming.
The office supplies were genius. They don't actually resemble weapons so he can't be charged with being in possession of them, but they can be pretty useful for defense.
Now there are three Flamenco Girls? You're outnumbered Samurai Flamenco! You need a sidekick too!!
There's a lot of ho yay recently though I won't go any further here.