It’s just another day at the cultural festival until…
Unlike last time, not much happens besides the fact that the Fortune Telling club is missing the “Wheel of Fortune” trot card and the Go club missing some pieces. In both instances, they had a mysterious note. I wonder who is causing trouble this time. We probably find out in the next episode or so.
On the other hand, there was a standoff between Mayaka and the Shrine Maiden (which remains unnamed) that particularly sparked my interest. Apparently, she believes that all manga is good and reviews are therefore pointless. Considering that I have been blogging about anime for quite a while, I don’t agree with the statement that the club president made. Just like Manga, Anime is not created equal. This is why we still have Anime Blogs so we can share our thoughts and review them. This is also the reason why episodic blogs exists. It’s because people will always have different opinions and analyses pertaining to the episode they saw. Of course, in my editorial I wrote about two weeks ago, you will see a very simular polarized debate just like the one seen in this episode, except it pertains to episodic vs. editorial blogs. Clearly, Mayaka is right since people’s opinions are subjective and it’s up to the person to see if a certain series is a masterpiece or not.
Aside from that, the episode was fairly enjoyable despite Satoshi not winning the Quiz. Also, it seemed that Oreki really enjoyed the pictures that were in the envelope. They probably turned him on and Eru apparently noticed that. Even so, it’s clear that they have a romantic relationship even though they aren’t aware of it. That is too bad, since I really liked how she looked in the maid and cheerleader’s outfit. She was adorable in those two outfits while the others look mediocre. ¶