I have to admit that I was quite annoyed this week since I couldn’t watch anything. Therefore, I did not have anything to blog about for the past two days. Apparently, a particular video game called The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim released yesterday and it has ruined everything through mass delays of subs. Let’s get our pitchforks and torches so we, the 99% of the anime bloggers can shred that game into pieces…
Just kidding because Working Second Season Episode 6 relived some of that rage that I have pent-up inside myself.
At every moment possible, Yamada never fails to entertain me since she succeeds in causing chaos at the restaurant. Still, she remains rather cute in her attempts to avoid any kind of work and desires to get “spoiled.” Somehow, she manages to become clumsy and dumps a whole bucket of water on top of Jun and Popura who catches colds afterwards. What surprised me is why haven’t they change into a dry uniforms and dry themselves immediately so they won’t get ill? Perhaps Yamada’s usual hijinks awed them so much that they failed to notice. To add salt to the wound, she does it again by dumping two glasses of water on them, proving that she has really bad luck.
Thankfully, Kyouko had two of her “juniors” fill these jobs and they are weirder than the employees. She called on Yohei and Mitsuki, who are twin siblings that didn’t get along with each other. What astonished me is that the latter actually holds a decent job compared to the former, who is just a NEET. No wonder they keep fighting with each other, the competition is simply fierce. On the other hand, the picture of Mitsuki’s former younger self was just hilarious. She attempted to pose as a thug by dyeing her hair blond and wear a lot of makeup. When I looked at the picture, it pretty hard to believe that she was that person to the point of embarrassment. Either way, the way they use the pictures of each other as weapons was really funny.
In the second part, I have to say that Kyoko’s offer to relieve Souta from looking after Inami was a terrible idea. Throughout her time working there, she developed a huge liking for him despite the androphobia she faced. It’s just recently that she got better. Unfortunately, Souta acts like a total jerk towards her after taking the offer to the point where it becomes unforgivable since he made her cry towards the end. During this time, I can’t help but to feel sorry for her not because her punching bag is gone, but her phobia will never get resolved and thus, she can never have a boyfriend. Thankfully, he makes up with her instantly after that happens although, he gets punched again. Then again, he kind of deserved it this time for attempting to abandon her.
Hopefully after this, Souta should realize that Inami isn’t a bad girl. Sure, she hasn’t gotten over her problems yet, but she is a really kind girl. On the other hand, she also grew emotionally stronger in the process for being able to reconcile everything without being afraid to do so. That courage deserves a pat on the back.