Ramen Daisuki Koizumi-san – Episode 12 Recap (Is It Evil?)
Not that emotional of a goodbye, but I will miss this show. How Evil is Ramen Daisuki Koizumi-san’s final episode?
We start this final episode with Yuu lost… She thought she saw Koizumi while she was riding the train home so she jumped off early. She has a problem though, she doesn’t have enough money to ride the train back home now. She tries to call her friends and they try to get ahold off Koizumi just in case Yuu did see her. Misa makes fun of Yuu for being stupid which she really does deserve.
Without money or hope of rescue, Yuu wanders around searching for Koizumi herself. She wanders aimlessly until she starts to feel hungry. Then she finds a nice conveniently placed ramen shop. What? Did you think it would be something else? Yuu has just enough money to buy some ramen and she runs into Koizumi. Koizumi ends up paying for more food and Yuu’s ticket home. She also gives Yuu her email address. Everything is right in the world until Yuu gets home.
In the second part of this episode, Koizumi comes to school sick. Yuu tries to get invited to her home to “take care” of her but Koizumi denies that quickly. Instead, Koizumi ends up missing two weeks of school before she is well enough to come back. That doesn’t sound bad right? For the entirety of those weeks, she was denied her ramen.
Yuu wants to ask her out to eat some but realizes that Koizumi isn’t quite herself in the process. Yuu decides to follow her and the others tag along. Koizumi goes to a nearby ramen shop and starts eating, but something is a little off. She starts crying tears of joy or at least I think it’s joy.
When Koizumi emerges from the shop she is back to her normal self and is greeted by the others. And they walk off together. So, Koizumi at least made some friends through this series.
I was expecting this episode to be a bit funnier than it was, but it was still about as Evil as a Villian (9). I’m not disappointed with this show at all. It stayed pretty consistent throughout its entire run. I’ll rate the series as a whole latter on.
If you wanted a bit more romance, check out our reviews of Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card. It’s got romance and a touch of action. Well, that’s all I have for you today. Thanks for letting me waste your time, people.
Keep It Classy,