Believe it or not, Tohru decides to do an odd job. Also, Kobayashi goes to an amusement park with her family for the first time.
In the first segment, Kobayashi seems impressed by how pretty the code look. The funny thing is that they don’t know who it until Elma admitted that she did it. Yep, she taught herself how to code, which is impressive. I find it funny how Kobayashi thinks that she has a new member of the team and pushes some work on her. Yep, she shouldn’t have volunteered.
Besides that, Elma decides to challenge Kobayashi to a duel. Yep, it’s getting a bit silly. Of course, Kobayashi’s coworker gets to take time off as Elma does his work. The funny thing is that Kobayashi tried to bribe her with some sweets to give up the challenge, but somehow, she resists the urge.
Of course, when Kobayashi decides to take her lunch break, she asks Elma if she wants to go. As expected, she carries on her challenge. She becomes concerned that Kobayashi might become a pillar or rather a sacrifice. This is because Elma experiences some of her human friends become sacrifices. She is afraid that it might happen to Kobayashi if she over works herself. Elma thinks that Kobayashi will kiss her as she brings her face up to her. Instead, Kobayashi simply flicked her forehead. She wants her to realize that human sacrifices don’t happen here. At least Elma gives up on her silly duel.
In the second part, Tohru takes a part time gig. Yep, she goes on patrol with Sasakibe. Believe it or not, Tohru wore her casual outfit consisting of a pink one-piece dress. Of course, it seems that Sasakibe isn’t good at patrolling when she sees delinquents blocking a street. That is until Tohru beats up one of them who decides to pick a fight. The funny thing is that Tohru runs into Elma and thinks she is suspicious. Sasakibe ends up trading places with Elma. It’s obvious that she is happy that Tohru changed sides. That is until she tried to punish some kids over violating traffic rules. I think that is a bit harsh.
The funny thing is that the delinquents eventually surround Tohru, Elma, and Fafnir, whom they ran into. Tohru changes to her usual maid outfit and beats up some delinquents again. Don’t they realize that it’s a bad idea for them to pick a fight with Tohru. I find it funny how they change the mood when they run into Tohru and tried to act nicely. Of course, Kobayashi wonders why Tohru is receiving a lot of greetings. I wonder why?
In the last half, Kanna sees a commercial for a theme park and wants to go. Obviously, Tohru guessed correctly that she never went to one. How did she never go to one? Either way, it seems that Kanna, Ilulu and Riko are excited to go have fun together. As expected, Tohru gets some time with Kobayashi herself. The funny thing is that they run into Georgie, who work their part time in numerous roles.
Aside from that, there are a lot of fun moments. Of course, there is the moments where Riko almost squees over her bliss of Kanna and Ilulu touching her. Also, I find it hilarious how Tohru and Kobayashi rides the teacup ride for the first time. As expected, Tohru spins it quickly and hilarity ensures. Either way, the amusement park segment was fun. Also, it’s nice to see Georgie’s identity. Yep, her name is Nae. She looks cute with her hair down too.
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