(Six episodes watched):|
It's pretty obvious from Wa-kun's antique dress style that he, too, is a ClassicaLoid. This show picks up where the last one left off and the quality seems unchanged. I probably ought to rewatch the final episode of the first season in order to refresh my memory of where things stand, whether Bach is still an adversary, etc. This show can be a little tiresome but the wackiness and originality demand that I watch it. the moment when Kanae is handed an envelope by her supposed brother was a LOL moment for me, and I don't laugh easily. Likewise, episode three, in which Mozart tries to lash up a half-assed singles mixer party was genuinely funny. Even today, several days after watching it, I can't help smirking when I recall what happened. To be honest, ClassicaLoid can sometimes be tiresome but this particular episode was great fun. Perhaps this unevenness of quality is because some unusual comedy gambits work and others don't. I don't recall laughing at all during episode five, just smiling at times. I sort of wish that instead of two seasons ClassicaLoid had junked the least amusing episodes and completed just one season of appreciably higher quality. I was glad to see signs of a longterm plot coming together in episode six, where Kanae's mother finally turns up and Bach gets back into the story. With the humor as uneven as it is, a decent plot is needed to pick up the slack.
Last updated Monday, December 04 2017. Created Thursday, October 19 2017.