Happiness Charge Precure! Episode 12

Although for most part is was uninteresting and frankly speaking, if I were still a kid, I am pretty damn sure that I wouldn’t have entirely enjoyed this episode because the last thing I want to hear is being nagged to study when all I am looking for is catching a break from it! Of course that all depends on the individual. The message of the episode was still good though in a sense of encouraging and reminding kids to balance their time and while they may have more fun doing other things, studying is just as important. Better yet, it gives a small piece of advice that is right under the kids’ nose where they should try integrating their interests and passions into their studies. For Kenta’s case, he loves baseball and Seiji helped him out by pointing out he can use the math they have to study to find out the team’s average at batting. It always help having something to mix it with, especially something that you are very passionate about.

Megumi had a lot on the line since Blue told her if she failed the retest, he would prohibit from the Precure Duties. So she had to make sure that she passed the retest otherwise DOOM. On the otherhand, much to my surprise, Hime actually doesn’t mind studying (and she excels in English!). She was quite excited about helping Megumi study and was kind enough to even make her notes on what to study.

But at least the baseball match was pretty funny to watch, especially how Namakeruda was so into the game. He must he a closet-baseball fan ahahahaha. It was also funny how the terribad responded when he lost the game and Namakeruda told him, “Terribad, a match’s a match. You have to be a great Terribad and face your cleansing.”

It will absolutely be worth it to tune in next week as more plot related stuff seems to be coming up to the surface and we will being seeing more of Cure Fortune in action and a new villain, Precure Hunter, (who I must say looks FABULOUS)!

Eva

Blogging Anime since Summer 2009, & Founder of AngryAnimeBitches Anime Blog

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2 Responses

  1. Wanderer says:

    Yeah, this was one of those episodes designed around teaching children proper behavior. I figured we’d get at least one. I was surprised at the general just telling his monster to give up and let itself get cleansed fair-is-fair: I think that’s probably a first.

    Next week definitely looks promising.

    • Eva says:

      // I was surprised at the general just telling his monster to give up and let itself get cleansed fair-is-fair: I think that’s probably a first.//

      It was exactly that what made it so amusing!

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