Fastest Finger First Episode 11: Low Level Thrills Ahead

Review:

There’s not a lot to this episode beyond the obvious and yet when it ended I felt my body relax because I’d clearly been tensing up during most of the second half. It’s kind of fun to be that caught up in a single character’s emotions even if the end result is quite a sore neck.

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The third round of the quiz meet continues with the second group and Akira is back in his sister’s school uniform and determined to generally annoy people. I still really hate Akira’s character but I give credit to the creators because clearly that is what his character is intended for.

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The real thrill here though is Koshiyama as well see him employing everything he has learned about quizzes and questions as well as a fair desire to win even when he doubts he can. I particularly loved the final question mostly because he did exactly what I would do when I know I’ve come across a piece of information but can’t remember it. Of course they end on a cliff-hanger but from what I’ve been able to find out next week will be the final episode of the season so I guess things will come to an end one way or another then.


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4 thoughts on “Fastest Finger First Episode 11: Low Level Thrills Ahead

  1. Most the time I actually don’t mind Akira’s character, but I’m not rooting for him in any way. I got pretty caught up in the episode too and was even, “Oh come on a cliffhanger?” when it was over. Guess it’s going to end one way or another next episode so let’s both hope it’s good 🙂

    1. Akira is still the low point of the series for me, but I really am having fun. Such a shame that we’re unlikely to get more of this story after the season though. It isn’t amazing, but it is pretty consistent and I’m finding it entertaining enough.

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