Apparently train-station shotas can fall in love too. But wait, is the shota even a train station? From this episode I got the impression that he was the Oedosen himself I could be wrong though. So sad that a girl has to become a train otaku just to get a train otaku to notice her. I wonder if some fujoshi become fujoshi to get anime otaku to notice them? lol
This week we got some crazy fortune teller wacko who doesn’t want her business partner to, you know, actually expand their business. Oh Japan and your hate towards change In other news:
Roppongi-kun can strip for me any time he wants YEA BABY. I can’t believe I blog this show on a weekly basis.
The story was kinda silly because the girl’s like “They want to send me to America and I don’t want to go to America.” I was like “LOL LIES ALL JAPANESE WANT TO GO TO AMERICA” and then she’s like “actually it’s because my boyfriend dumped me saying he refused to have a long distance relationship.” Ahh okay yea that seems a bit more reasonable. The more amusing part of the episode was Tsukishima and his rabid obsession with shoving okonomiyaki down everyone’s throats. Even the loli and the dog became victims lmao. This just made him a lot less appealing in my eyes. Weirdo. xD
You could replace the OP theme with the Junjou Romantica one, and I couldn’t tell the difference. Let’s face it, this show is about hot train station mans and the seiyuus who voice them (like Ono Daisuke and Sugita Tomokazu.) There’s gonna be a plot of the week, which is pretty stupid such as helping some dumb high schooler find her dog. But it doesn’t matter, because we’re supposed to sit there and enjoy 24 minutes of man candy every week. I don’t recommend this show, but I’m going to be watching it. It will be added on to my “so terrible it’s awesome” Sunday schedule alongside with Hanasakeru Seishounen.
P.S. Mr. Roppongi is hot. So is Mr. Tsukishima.