Didn't I Say To Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life continues to take a slightly different path from the novels but the end result works well enough. These two episodes are definitely a step up from the beach episode we got at episode 7.
Apparently bringing the focus onto Clara can liven up anything. Mairimashita Iruma-Kun gives us this amusing diversion as we watch Clara try to win back Iruma's attention from the student council. On the bright side, she certainly won the audience's attention.
Pointless beach episode - probably enough said.
Not a bad showing given the previous handful of episodes, but neither is this an episode that is going to change your overall opinion about Kabukichou Sherlock. It works well enough but isn't satisfying as a mystery and the comedy is still very much missing the mark.
The saga with the student council continues though I have to admit it delivers a fairly bland episode of Iruma-kun. It isn't bad but there's not a huge amount of laughs or really anything this episode, unless you really like someone reading out shoujo manga.
This one goes from weird to bland to fairly forgettable. Kabukichou Sherlock is just kind of stumbling along at this point as we hit what would be a mid-season lull however it turns out this somehow has been given 24 episodes. Yeesh.
While the Crimson Vow didn't learn the lesson Reina was aiming for, this episode probably taught them all the value of finishing a job. Didn't I Say To Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life takes a small detour from light and frothy fun for a look at the slightly more serious side of a hunter's job.
Iruma's class are growing flowers with magic this week in Marimashita! Iruma-Kun. What could possibly go wrong when a human wearing a magic eating ring tries to use magic to grow a flower in a demon school?
It is tragic and not-so-tragic backstory time for the girls of Crimson Vow in Didn't I Say To make My Abilities Average in the Next Life episode 5.
Well, the conclusion of the race and the ranking of the class ended up being pretty amusing. Iruma just keeps getting in deeper and it is a lot of fun to watch even as it is completely bonkers and silly.