If you bought the first, heeded my first review advice, and listened in Japanese you'll have no trouble with the second. If not, revisit the first set without the English dub, and see if you can live with the subtitles. I still think the Japanese voice actors do a better job, so there's no reason not to get the second box set in the series.
This ranks as a classic comedy romance anime series, and one that should be watched all the way through. Like most of Takahashi's work, its funny, touching, and nearly always audience appropriate. In the second DVD of the series, the rivalry between Godai and the tennis coach heats up. A minor injury to Kyoko, leads to a clash between caregivers, those being Godai, and Coach Mitaka.
The other main story arc involves Kyoko's parents, who are (perhaps rightly from their perspective), disturbed over her living conditions. They try every trick in the book, and a few new ones, to get her to move back home. This all makes for lots of fun, and sometimes drunken excitement, at our favorite run-down rooming house.
I can't say enough about the quality of product, and it's a decent value available here with 12 episodes on the DVD set. It's too bad the producers chose not to do any more work, and get the second DVD in the series dubbed. I've read the comments of new anime fans that were worried, and then surprised that the dub wasn't so bad. I'm sure they will be disappointed, that it's not available at all on the second in the series.