After Milky Holmes lost their powers for the second time, the second season starts right where they left off. The only problem now is that they completely forgot what they intended to become in the first place.
When I watched the first scenes of the episode, it shocked me on how the girls managed to kept sleep during broad daylight. Unless you have serious jet lag or have a really messed up sleeping pattern, one would be up at this time. Apparently, the girls found something far better than detective work and it involves intensive labor… FARMING! It’s quite hilarious to see the girls being so obsessed over growing their own vegetables and flowers. Not only that, Sheryl’s receiving bread crusts, lard and soy pulp shows how ridiculously improvised they are. Even so, at least they are eating healthy, except for the lard for obvious reasons.
Oddly enough, the girls actually becomes stronger as farmers opposed to just being detectives. As shown with the gentleman thieves tramping on their gardens, I couldn’t help but become amazed by the girls’ ability to fight. They basically beat the crap out of them with their farming equipment that I couldn’t stop laughing. To make it more epic, the narrator talks about vegetables to add more comedy to the tense match against farmers and thieves. Thankfully, the thieves managed to snap the girls back to reality of being detectives and their powers disappeared in an instant. It’s such a shame, even though the girls are funnier when they are powerless.
From the looks of the first episode, it seems that the second season is more of the same hilarious comedy we know and love. Believe it or not, I enjoyed the first season because of the ridiculous situations and of course the characters. Not only that, Kokoro getting kidnapped by Irene again was simply the cherry on top of a strawberry sundae. Needless to say, I look forward towards the shenanigans the girls have up their sleeves and hopefully, Morty Arty manages to pop up more often.