Kawaikereba Hentai demo Suki ni Natte Kuremasu ka? Episode 7 – Operation: Koharu is a first-year student – Conclusion

I kind of hate that this show managed to make me emotional. It was so heartwarming, but so dumb. It was so cute, until you remembered how creepy it was. It was actually pretty emotional, but the comedic moments still got me to laugh every time. I’m so much more invested in the b-line romance now. I mean, I always was, but now I really just want to see that happen.

Everything from the intro to the end was so cute! Well, except the very end. I was dying when he went to turn the lights on and Keiki was like, ‘right. hmm-?’ Like I said, sweet until you remember the context. I’d like to infer that there’s some deep meaning to all of this, some huge analogy for don’t judge a book by its cover or nobody’s perfect, but I really just think it’s supposed to be funny and weird.

If this show had good art I think it’d be amazing. I mean, it’s already pretty similar to SaeKano but the art in that show was pretty damn good so I feel like if that was evened out I might actually enjoy this more than that show.

Keiki’s mental crisis (and those top tier puppet shows) realizing that he has no normal people to ask out on a date. Poor guy. Has to choose between a dog, a slavemaster, a serial sniffer, and a fujoshi. I guess Sayuki really was the only possible choice. Weird thing to focus on maybe, but I can’t remember the last time I’ve seen bowling in an anime. It almost makes me want to go play it. I think last time I played I was super young and still used the guard rail thing for kids. And of course Koharu is amazing at it. As they suspected, there were truly no plot twists during this part. I was curious what she was planning on making Shoma do. You really can never tell when the show is going to be serious or ridiculous. So cute though, man. Fujimoto reigns supreme, but Koharu is damn fine waifu material. I think the most surprising thing is how well everything worked out. Keiki is just legitimately good at dating advice. So is his sister. Rom-com protagonists could learn a thing or two from this family.

That whole confession sequence was so solid. They flashed to it in the very beginning so you kind of knew it was coming, but of course they had to include the hat flying off event as how they first met. I was actually a bit surprised when Shoma initially rejects her. I thought the plan was going rather well to be honest. The lolicon powers appear to be a bit too strong. Fortunately, that opened the doors for Keiki and Shoma to have a real heart to heart moment. By the end of this episode, they’re using some pretty interesting language about Shoma and his… life choices. A major crime, yes, but also that he needs like a bit of rehab and detox before he can accept Koharu. I mean, I thought the whole point was a petite figure and she’s like 5 ft tall. Seems pretty fine to me. I thought that was interesting, at least.

And then when Keiki comes back to the astronomy room and cheers her up by getting her to vent out some of her frustrations about Shoma, I found that really touching too. It was just a really well put together episode in my opinion. The OST was on point too. Koharu kneeling down to cry in the middle of the sidewalk actually had me tearing up a bit. Then of course Shoma just HAD to turn on the lights and ruin everything. Koharu seemed proud of her work though.

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