HOMO. GAME. CLUB. THAT IS ALL.
Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai NEXT Episode 2–3: “Homo Game Club”
“My Little Sisters are So Cute”
“Ore no Imōto-tachi ga Konna ni Kawaii”
Apparently, Rika with her hair down is right within Kodaka’s STRIKE ZONE. Yozora and Sena certainly aren’t happy hearing that come out of his mouth. Even though she changed her way of dress, her demeanor isn’t going to change so quickly. With absolutely no fear, she pulls out the most manly anime of all time, HOMO GAME CLUB.
Riddled with homosexual innuendos, the movie portrays the manly capabilities of well built guys… (Jesus, what am I writing..) Wait… they actually kissed at the end? Oh. Well. I didn’t expect that.
Slowly, Rika is manipulating Yozora’s mind until eventually she WILL LOVE YAOI ALL HER LIFE. But Sena can’t stand this. Why would she? After all, she has her Kobato– Whoa. Sena’s obsession is intense. I have to admit, the game that Sena is playing can not possibly match the manly awesomeness of the Homo Game Club. The dialogue is indicative of that fact. I mean, even Rika is unsettled by the game’s dialogue.
Meet Takayama Kate, the busty sister of Maria. Although physically attractive, her mannerisms are quite unfeminine and vulgar. Not that it’s a “bad” thing as it does make her another interesting club member if she does join. Still, she is a caring sister despite the way she treats her. Oh and did I mention that she’s fifteen?
Comparing answers is a pointless tradition?!?!! What have I been doing my whole life?? Whenever I walk out of a test or exam people always ask “what did you get” for whatever question. I am so accustomed to it that I don’t even think twice about it. However, being “friendless” Yozora and Kodaka try to compare their answers only to have meat Sena interrupt them in between. I’ll just say that if you have a friend that always gets 100%, it’s disheartening to know that your answers are wrong. Such a friend will plunge you into the depths of despair.
While Kobato tries to live in her own world, Maria comes dashing into their house to cause more trouble. With no recourse, Kobato and Kodaka are forced to deal with the cute but irritating little girl that is Maria. Takayama Kate may avoid openly displaying her love towards Maria but it’s obvious that she’s more worried than most mothers. So, she’s a sis-con. Got that? Good.
King’s game? Well, it’s obviously not going to be as fabulous as Persona 4’s but some things were… interesting to say the least. While Kodaka isn’t as classy as Yu Narukami, he’s still got something going for him. Of course, it has to end with a kiss and as usual, we never get one. Clearly, Yozora is far too jealous and cuts in right before the kiss. Then, a cliffhanger happens again as Kodaka’s dad calls about potential marriage between him and Sena. While the developments aren’t clear, the entertainment value is certainly up there as each episode has its own charm. However, I still find it a bit lacking of any actual substance. But with the rest of the season to divulge each character, I have hopes that Haganai will become more integrated.