Just when Kei and Miss Kazumi start settling into a routine (after 3 months? how sad), things get shaken up again. No, it is not the in-laws again...it's the competition! Koishi tells Kei (again!) how much she loves him, and Matagu is determined to ask Miss Kazumi out. And now Ichigo throws her gloves into the ring...on the side of Koishi! How will the pair handle the jealousy?
OK, so the story is getting better. And I am glad it will be resolved in the next 3 episodes, because already, this is getting a little old. Profess the love, get shot down. See an innocent gesture, get upset. Try to kiss, get interrupted. Man, this is getting about as predictable as Sailor Moon! (though I still love that show...even though I have no idea why)
But in this DVD, there are a few twists and turns, which I won't reveal for spoilers sake. I can't say I didn't see at least part of it coming...but it was nice to shake up the pattern the series has already set.
Like I said in previous reviews of this series, I'm not a huge fan. I just can't believe it! (even discounting the fact that Miss Kazumi is an alien) I see very few redeeming qualities in Kei or Miss Kazumi, and the entire idea of them being married is just SO RIDICULOUS, it really takes my focus away for what they are trying to sell me. It annoys me that Kei calls Miss Kazumi (his WIFE) ma'am, even at home. It baffles me that Kei is seen as so desirable to both his classmate and a gorgeous (if spacey...forgive the pun) alien. It irritates me the way Kei's monologue begins every episode, including the lines "Me" "My teacher." (although I'm not sure why that bothers me).
But anyway, petty greivances aside, this show is worth watching. It is simple, it is mindless, and while not very funny or deep, it is entertaining. Plus, at only 13 episodes, it is mercifully brief.