Now we have the devil
Dakaretai Otoko is cute and funny in this horny way that I cannot explain. Now that we have established that Takato and Junta are a thing, we have a newcomer in the form of the douche of Ayagi. Personally I couldn’t care less about him, but he’s going to be the devil role for Takato. He’s going to go after Takato hard and I wonder what is going to happen.
Either way, it smells of drama and I am ready for me after ep4 was just high school fantasy sexy time. Which by the way, I cannot believe that Junta just gave it back to the high school student like it was nothing! How scandalous. Anyway, moving on, I am sure that the drama is about to run out of control and I really hope it goes further than Super Lovers did. Prolly will end up with Ayagi pouncing on Takato as he does that thing were the uke cries. Anyway, let’s see what happens.
Iyashikei Slice of Life
I know it’s not much to talk about, but I’m behind so bear with me. I wanted to chat about Emiya-san Chi no Kyou no Gohan, a spin-off from the Fate series taking your favorite characters and putting them in a slice of life setting revolving around food. Usually, it’s Emiya who cooks, but not in this episode! This episode is all about Archer.
First off, how do you not like Archer? Even from the spin-off alone, you can see some good qualities of his. He deals with Rin’s selfish request to meet up with her to carry her shopping bags, something that is a tad irksome in my book since I think people should carry their own weight. Anyway, Archer agrees to it and waits for Rin, and even gets there early. Then Archer gets roped into working at a cafe to help out since the chef is missing. Isn’t that nice of him? Not that he seems to have any real emotions or anything. Archer does show us how to make an omurice, though. He follows the same narrative that Emiya does and it’s rather relaxing to watch. Plus, this would benefit anyone who has wanted to know how to make an omurice or even just chicken rice. While I don’t plan on making any omurice any time soon (I actually just don’t like it that much), I do think it’s quite relaxing to watch Archer go through the process. It’s such a wonderful iyashikei slice of life. Then of course, we see Emiya getting jealous that Saber enjoyed Archer’s omurice! Hahaha.
The fifth episode of Zombieland Saga may look like one big piece of advertising, and that's because it is. You see, Drive-in Tori is one of the most popular restaurants in Saga prefecture, famous for its chicken dishes and its catchy jingle, so having the Franchouchou girls dancing and singing while in chicken suits (a parody of s clip you can easily find on YouTube) is blatant-yet-funny advertising. However, the second part of the episode involves the girls and Kotaro participating in the Gatalympics, and here we find one of the funniest moments of last week in anime, courtesy of the legendary Tae Yamada!
Watching the girls get muddy and make a fool of themselves will bring more than a good laugh, especially when it comes to hiding the fact that they are zombies. Tae's lack of consciousness is more than a running gag at this point, and her winning the ropes competition after completely dismembering herself in the air was just as sick as it sounds! Ironically, the only goal the girls had was bringing some attention to their cause, and Tae is not the best at communicating... if you know what I mean. In the end, all she had to do was ripping her T-shirt off to show the one underneath, and that's when the predictable happy ending turns into another hilarious Drive-in Tori moment. If you ask me, this is advertising done well. Who else feels like eating chicken?!
Now that fall anime has kicked off, what are you watching? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!