Wait, there is a kissing scene in the first few minutes of the episode? I think this show is about to get interesting.
From watching the first scene, Hime, a centaur kisses Nozomi, a demon and her best friend during a rehearsal for the play. This obviously excited people for the fact they kissed for real. Apparently, the guy who got selected to play the part as a prince lost it for cheating.
In short, the kissing part on the script was a prank and for payback. Then again, it doesn’t go well as he planned since apparently, the students liked it. It’s not so surprising since there are girls that peek into the classroom expecting Hime and Nozomi to kiss each other during a rehearsal. Sadly, it doesn’t happen. Even during the actual performance, the audience is expecting some kind of kiss from Hime and Nozomi.
While the play went smoothly, it didn’t go so well in the second half. Apparently, the wooden scaffolds couldn’t handle Hime’s weight. As a result, it came crashing down. Thankfully, Hime saves Nozomi. Afterwards, Nozomi kisses Hime on the cheek as thanks for being rescued. At least the audience got what they are expecting. Still, whoever built the scaffolds should be ashamed of themselves. The disaster could have been worse.
In the second half, after a history lesson, it’s physical education. Hime with Nozomi and Kyouko, a satyr has to walk a great distance. Kyouko feels exhausted already while Nozomi and Hime still has energy. Hime offered Kyouko a ride, but she doesn’t realize it’s illegal to do that. Kyouko simply have to endure it.
Still, I wonder why Hime doesn’t join the track team since she is fast. As you would expect, she is unskilled and clumsy. Despite these flaws, it’s easy to forgive her shortcomings since she is cute after all.
In short, it’s a good first episode. Sure, Nozomi failed the midterm exams, but that kiss was really the defining moment in the episode. With that, I can’t wait for the next one. ¶