Shoujo-tachi wa Kouya wo Mezasu Episode 7: As Always, It’s a Different You
Once again Bunta is having trouble writing the script for the game. And Yuuka is still mad at him.
Basically Bunta is having trouble writing the confession scene of the game between the MC and the main girl. Since Bunta isn’t experienced with confessing to someone, he’s having trouble relating to the situation. He tells the group this problem and he asks if they have any experience in this stuff too, which they actually don’t. Except for Atomu but we’ve seen how he gets about dating so he’s ignored. So he goes to other people he knows to see if he could get some pointers from them, and he gets nothing. He calls Blooter, the eccentric writer Kuroda introduced him too, and he tells Bunta that he should put his desires into his writing. And so the next day he comes up with the dumbest sounding lines ever.
So to help him, the group come up with different scenarios for them to act out and help Bunta out with to get his juices flowing. And these scenes were pretty funny. Especially Andou’s, holy crap…it was just unexpected and I hate that I know what a futanari is. I want to die, I’m trash, I’m trash, ew ew ew ew ew.
Anyway, Kuroda’s assassination scene, Andou’s weird one, and Yuuki’s injury scene did nothing for Bunta. The girls set the scene for him, but Bunta had to find what lines to say in these situations, and sadly he sucks at all of this.
So he heads back home, still clueless. Yuuka comes by with snacks and asks how he’s doing. She proposes that to cheer him up, they should both go out and have fun together somewhere. She basically asked him out on a date, but for Bunta this “date” is only for the game, but of course for Yuuka it’s a real one for her.
So they both go out together, and they have fun. Yuuka sort of kind of not really confesses to Bunta, telling him he’s a good guy after Bunta called himself a boring guy. The outing did him some good, as he realized a couple things about himself and how he should write the script. Also, the date also seemed to make Yuuka pretty happy, but I don’t know how long. Like I said, I don’t care for all this romance stuff. I’m more interested in the actual making of the game, but it looks like this romance thing is going to stay until the end. My mind is telling me that Yuuka is never going to get what she wants because she’s not the main female lead, Kuroda is. And when romance is involved, the main male lead always falls for the main female lead. But with how this show handles cliches, and the fact that I feel that the other girls have no romantic interest in Bunta, I say that Yuuka has a good chance. But it also begs the question, how does Bunta feel about Yuuka? Because I’m not sensing any romantic feelings for Yuuka either. Also, he’s dense.
Well, the end of the episode ends with Kuroda being disappointed that the script is dragging production down, so she calls Bunta and tells him he’s going on lockdown. And I don’t really know what that means, I mean the phone call was weird because when she told him that a helicopter just sprung up behind on all dramatic and shit. I don’t know if it’s literally a lockdown, where Bunta is locked in a room forced to write the script. I don’t know how that’s going to help his slump, but Kuroda seems really serious about this.
One thing I’m missing from this anime is the actual game itself. We’ve only seen a bit of the game like character sprites and backgrounds. I just kind of wish this anime was more detailed about the making of the game. Oh well.