This feels more like dog girl petting rather than summer training.
Compared to the abrupt ending of the war in the last episode, we are left with many light-hearted moments. I was happy that Brioche got some screen time, although it was pretty brief. Yukikaze basically took most of it since she teaches the Anti-demon stuff along with having the biggest bust compared to Éclair and Noire. Needless to say, it was funny when Noire finds out that Éclair a bigger bust size than her self since most tsunderes are flat chested. Aside from that, the groping and Éclair punching her out of the house was hilarious, more so for what happens afterwards.
I don’t know, but I think Shinku had a field day with the girls even though he denies it. He ends up having Noire fall on him naked. Yeah, that is pretty embarrassing, especially when Éclair gets angry with her and starts a fight. Also, Yukikaze seems to have a liking for him with her hug while sleeping, but that is beside the point. His sleeping on Éclair’s lap was the cheery on top of the strawberry sundae. It’s obvious that he is pretty close with her although she won’t admit her feelings for him. Still, the question that bothers me is who does Shinku truly loves the most? I know he confessed to Milhi in the last season and Rebecca is pretty much screwed since nobody likes childhood friend. The problem is that he didn’t tell anyone else, thus leaving Éclair hanging. I hope he figures it out by the end of the season or otherwise, we will have a harem ending on our hands.
As a whole, this episode was very enjoyable. I enjoyed Shinku’s heartwarming feelings towards Éclair, thus getting the Shinku/Éclair supporters excited. Still, I don’t think it will turn out pretty if he keeps delaying the truth. It’s so painfully obvious with his interactions with Milhi. Eventually the other girls will find out and might get angry.
On the other front, nothing exciting happened. Nanami just pets Leonmitcheilli while Rebecca introduces herself to a group of squirrel people at a magical academy. ¶