Since it’s summer, the girls decide to cool off by going to a pool.
Tama with her children finally meets Quetzalcoatl for the first time. It’s funny how the kitten girls think that Quetzalcoatl is a dinosaur or a snake. Either way, it’s nice to see the girls meet her in person. In fact, the kitten girls want to see Quetzalcoatl to open her mouth so they can act scared. The funny thing is that Sue is more like Tama compared to the kitten girls. It’s not surprising given her quiet personality.
At last, the girls arrived at the pool and changed into their swimsuits. It’s interesting that the producers decided to show Shino putting on her swimsuit. Either way, all the girls look great in their swimsuits, most notably Himeno, Nozmi and Tama.
Also, it’s interesting that Quetzalcoatl is afraid of water since many of their kind drowned. It’s not surprising since falling into freezing water is deadly. Also, it’s not surprising since Quetzalcoatl doesn’t have sweat glands because of the climate they live in.
Aside from that, there are a lot of fun and cute moments as the girls play at the pool.Shino hugs Sue, which is adorable while the kitten girls learn how to swim. The funny thing is that the kitten girls want to swim with Himeno, Nozomi, Kyouko and Shino in the deep end pool. Obviously, Tama won’t allow them for obvious reasons.
Still, it’s interesting to see how Himeno and Shino swim since they have four legs. They would probably sink if the pool is any deeper. The mermaid from the second episode also appears as she swam and eventually leaped. As expected, she is a beauty. Of course, her boyfriend probably carries her so she can dive. Either way, her allure definitely captured other men’s attention.
On their way home, it’s nice how Nozomi, Kyouko and Quetzalcoatl help carry the kitten girls back to Tama’s home as they take a nap. It’s interesting that Quetzalcoatl’s kind is assigned to younger siblings by the queen. In other words, the queen doesn’t take care of them. It’s not surprising since only the queen can reproduce. Either way, it’s a nice and cute first half.
As for the second half, I have to admit that it’s pretty dry. The demon boy wants to tell scary stories. Himeno and her friends decide to attend. It’s obvious that he is going after Towako. Still, I have to admit it’s funny seeing Nozomi hitting him after he hugged Himeno.
While the scary story telling is not that interesting, at least there are a lot of Himeno and Nozomi moments. It looks like they can’t handle these stories well. It makes me wonder why Himeno even bother trying given the movie from the fifth episode scared her. I guess she just wanted to keep her friends company.