It doesn’t matter how tsuntsun Aria is, she is determined to activate Kinji’s hidden power… Sadly, her attempt to do so kind of fails in the process.
From the last episode, Aria has moved into Kinji’s room and makes him his slave. The episode was mostly slice of life as he learns more about Aria’s past and ancestry. Nothing significant happens in this episode as she demanding peach buns and they worked together to find a lost cat in the city. His childhood friend, Shirayuki makes a surprise visit and he tries so hard to hide Aria from her. It sort of worked… except that Aria went tsuntsun after Kinji went into the bathroom and saw her completely naked. So, basically, every moment she goes tsuntsun made me laugh so hard. No wonder he can’t have a normal life since the girls, especially when Aria is trying to activate his hated secret power to prevent him from quitting, especially Assault as a course.
In the third episode, Shirayuki unfortunately got the shaft. Instead, we get some really cute moments at the Arcade. From there, Aria attempts to play the crane machine full of cat plushies. Sadly she epically fails until Kinji gets it on the last try. His success on the first try kind of makes Yuuichi look bad as he attempted so many times and fails before finally getting it.
Soon after, things got serious the next day as students find out that there is a bomb strapped on the bottom of the bus similar to the one strapped on the bike. Disarming the bus was proven difficult, especially when there is a sensor on top of the bus with automatically riding cars that has machine guns tracking every move they make. To me, Aria was a bit too hasty and went straight to disarming the bomb without taking out the sensor first. Instead, she scalds Kinji for not helping her reach the bomb and not notice the shooting gun that shoots her. Fortunately, she didn’t suffer major injuries from the attack.
Also, Reki, the silent girl and sniper saves the day by shooting the bomb off the bus 200+ meters from the helicopter. She looks really cute, but sadly she only had a short appearance.
No matter how much Kinji hates being a Butei and his desire to have a normal life, it’s probably something that isn’t going to happen. Even if he manages to transfer out of the school, he still has the hidden power within himself that can activate out of his will. Then again, Kinji will most likely not quit the academy because of the guilt from abandoning the girls, especially Aria despite how tsundere she is.
So in short, I still enjoy this because I love tsunderes and it still has an interesting premise. ¶