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.
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.
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?
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.
Introducing the class of mis-fits takes the standard approach of set them a challenge and watch them do their thing. Though by and large the majority of them seem more lazy than anything and only a small number of characters get any real screen time in this episode of Mairimashita! Iruma-kun.
While this episode of Mairimashita Iruma-Kun is divided into two parts, they are both essentially Irum making friends and continuing to establish the very light tone this anime has pretty much gotten locked into at this point. Given by the end of this episode Iruma and his two 'friends' are assigned to the misfit class (why such a thing exists I'll never know) I'm pretty sure that this silly but fun enough tone is where this anime is going to rest and that's just fine.
Clearly Iruma-Kun has set its tone for the season and fortunately it is pleasantly enjoyable even if a little on the silly side. This week the students summon their familiars with some entertaining results.
So a supernatural comedy about a fourteen year old being sold to a demon and then attending school in the demon realm? I guess we'll see how this goes and whether it is actually funny or not.