You know that feeling that you get when a good show ends? I’m feeling it. How Evil is Net-juu no Susume episode ten?
This episode started exactly where the last one left us. Which led to both awkward and absolutely adorable moments. Yuuta did his best to make Moriko feel comfortable, but it’s kind of hard to do that when you’re just as nervous as the guest you’re trying to accommodate. It was funny to watch him offer to cook, clean, or do Moriko’s laundry, just for her to either freak-out and do it herself or for her to help out anyway.
That was the more awkward stuff. Moriko started that bad habit of beating herself up again so Yuuta tried to cheer her up with heartfelt words. It worked but Moriko started crying. Her insecurity thing is that much closer to being fixed I think. Yuuta’s response was an obvious one. He wiped her tears away.
Yes, it was awkward and adorable. Moriko’s visit, while awkward, seems to have led to these two having a more normal-ish relationship. In fact, they went on a “date” at the end. I feel like someone is missing. Who’s not accounted for? Oh, right, Homare made an appearance just to troll them. He also seemed pleased with the outcome. That was all we got from him this episode.
After he left the couple they started walking to go see a movie. Moriko tripped and Yuuta caught her, which evolved to them holding hands. This part was hilarious. In a way, I’m glad this is the end, but I won’t lie I will miss not watching it every week. Good news is, there’s also an OVA on the way. So I have that to look forward to.
Overall this entire show has been awesome. I would highly recommend it. This episode was about as evil as Homare. Yes, that’s a new rank, we all know Homare is a super villain or worse. If you like romantic anime, check out the recaps of Mahoutsukai No Yome. It’s not as funny or real-worldy, but it can be very adorable.
Well, That’s all I have for you today. Thank’s for letting me waste your time, people.
Keep It Classy,