Hmm I guess I'll check it out sometime in the near future but I have the feeling the dyed hair girl is going to probably annoy me. Although maybe I'll find her funny.
After watching the 1st episode, I will say, while I still don't care for Anzu, Hiiragi is pretty cool, Tsuchida's bumbling way is pretty funny and Yamamoto being completely oblivious of Tsuchida is pretty good to. Sakura's kind of interesting to with her headstrong seat of her pants personality. Her backstory is kind of neat to even if
Also when Tsuchida was introducing himself was hilarious especially the parents reaction from dude is weird to I kind of like the guy after he describes what he finds most attractive in a woman.
Also is it just me or are those kids hella short for kindergarten, I mean they come up to the adult characters knees. That's less than 61cm (2 feet) tall and that's on a fairly tall adult. So it's more likely those kids are less than 50cm (1.65 feet) or so. That's pretty short for a kid that's around 5. So I'm guessing this is more like preschool and they are supposed to be 3 or so.
Also again, does nobody understand that the child of a blond and brown haired person is not going to be half and half. I mean they may have blonde hair for their first couple years of life that turns to a lightish brown colour but it doesn't come in half and half! Sure looking in the mirror you may notice the odd couple hairs that come in still being blonde but nothing like that.
I get that it's stylistic but it is just so jarring to see. Bah!
That said as I mentioned the first episode was enjoyable and when I get some time next week I'll probably try catching up on it.
Side note: Man imagine if there was a consumer electronics company called Pony. Oh and am I the only one who wants to vomit sugar and rainbows after watching that ending?
" Looks like a fun show. Maybe I will check it out in the near future. "Yeah, I'm with you. Both AHR and GIa check them out and seem to love it, so I guess its worth a shot.
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