Pirates from another world has invaded the water park and held everyone captive. What are we going to do? Seiya has a plan.
Like the fifth episode, this one pretty much turned up the comedy to full force. While the Jaws reference was funny, I also laughed when Isuzu with the elemental fairies tried to act like pirates since her voice was monotonic. While actual pirates appeared shortly after, I’m surprised that the visitors and cast members managed to remain calm while Eiko gave commentary as the events unfolded.
I’m still surprised that Latifa decided to sneak out considering that she collapsed a few episodes back. Now, she managed to become a damsel in distress mostly due to Isuzu not noticing her before it was too late. Thankfully, with the help of Seiya and other cast members, they managed to cause a diversion, rescue her and defeat Ironbeard and his crew. This left a good impression on the guests even if it wasn’t an act. Even so, Seiya has a long way to go until he reaches 500,000, especially if Takaya tries to sabotage his efforts. At least Seiya has more cast members and a pirate ship to use at his disposal.
While I enjoyed the new female recruits even though Biino and Shina didn’t receive much screen time, the three mascots still manages to amaze. This time, Tiramie betray his friends and join the pirates. When he receives the punishment he deserves from Isuzu, all three mascots managed to fall into the pool of tentacles together in the end. It just shows that they haven’t learned their lesson not to mess with her.
Still, what’s up with the Isuzu clone that Macaron made at the end? I think that he is up to something, which won’t bode well with either Isuzu or Seiya. Whatever it might be, we’ll find out next time.