Ramen Daisuki Koizumi-san – Episode 9 Recap (Is It Evil?)
Yuu wasn’t really in this episode, at all. How Evil is Ramen Daisuki Koizumi-san episode 9?
Koizumi really does have a problem. The poor girl started this episode by climbing a mountain. Don’t worry she came prepared with instant ramen along with a way to cook it on the way up. She climbed alone too, I was expecting to see Yuu somehow track her down but that didn’t happen.
When she finally reached the top she headed for her true objective. A mountaintop ramen shop. I guess it’s a good way to stay in shape, but I don’t think I’m crazy enough to climb a mountain just to eat my favorite food. The second part involved Misa’s younger brother. He’s trying to train himself to eat an entire bowl of ramen. He makes the mistake of trying to be Koizumi’s rival during his training.
She orders a bowl twice the size of his and finishes it just as fast. That’s pretty much all that happens in that part of the episode. Misa comes in the final part and she makes it known that she is jealous of Koizumi. You see Misa has been on a diet but all the boys can see is the glow that comes from Koizumi.
Misa is determined to figure what going on and confronts Koizumi directly. Koizumi, of course, leads her to a ramen shop, that she has been eating at lately. But this isn’t ordinary ramen, this is ramen that has gone beyond. It has an unusual amount of back fat in it. It doesn’t go over that well with Misa at first.
But through sheer force of will, she eats the whole thing. She then stops caring about her diet altogether and asks Koizumi where to find more shops like this one. Misa then goes to each shop one by one loading on as much fat as she can. I think she might have a problem now. It showed her eating that way for at least three weeks in the end.
Overall I would say this episode was about as Evil as a Villian (9). I love how they change these episodes up now. Yuu failing is only a small part of this series and I’m glad they chose to go this route with it. It makes this series that much more entertaining. Of you prefer something a little more consistant in its formula check out out reveiws for Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card. It’s been as consistant as it’s predecessor so far. Well, that’s all I have for you today. Thanks for letting me waste your time, people.
Keep It Classy,