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?
The stars nearly did align this week as the episode began fairly solidly. However, by the final trope dropped in the post credits scene a lot of the strength of the episode had dissipated. Still, it is nice to see that episode 5 was trying.
That was a bombshell and a half delivered at the end of the episode. However, prior to that, we get Seiya imparting some important wisdom on the two new additions to his party and some more training. It's pretty funny though not exceptional.
Another isekai show using this week to deliver an extended flashback only in this case it was about characters I didn't care about telling a story that was uninteresting. Okay, I think I'd like to go back to the wrestler kidnapping animals at this point.
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.
The terrorists attack a shopping mall but the special 7 are already there. This episode ends unresolved and to be honest is taking its sweet time with the set up.
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.
Well it took the whole episode but we finally get a resolution to the Vira/Katalina story. Lots of things going boom this week but not a lot else to write about.
A more serious episode this week as Null confronts just what robot Peta means to her. A direct continuation from last week's episode, these five minutes are pretty heavy compared.