Stuff has gotten real this time.
Although I really like the girls in this show since they look pretty, one of the things that bothered me is all that bread and happiness. It makes it seem like a utopia that could never get tarnished. Well, the plot improved somewhat from last time as Xiao-Mei and Hank breaks in the castle, steal some things besides getting caught shortly after. This episode improves from that by adding some conflict into the mix, which is a good sign.
On the other hand, there were two things that interested me in this episode. First is of course the mechanical doll, which refers herself as “Queen.” I don’t know why she calls herself as Kaguya’s master, but it’s evident that she is in danger because pirates seek for the necklace on her neck. Also, it seems that the pirates are out to destroy the island and not the mechanical doll. Whatever the case might be, I’m interested on how the battle in the next episode will turn out.
Aside from that, it’s apparent that Rick has started to act really funny in the past few episodes. Perhaps the bread thing is wearing off on him and he is finally regaining his lost memories? Whatever it might be, the reaction I seen from the three girls look upsetting. Apparently, they don’t want their harem to end anytime soon. So beware Rick! You better not run away or they will go after you! ¶