(One episode watched):
Early in episode one, Sajo almost gets hit by an errant soccer ball (see above). It misses, but some bizarre chain of events is triggered, including some sort of sphere that is created out of thin air and expands to encompass the entire earth. But none of the characters are aware of it. What was the deal with that? Did some supernatural event take place which has altered Sajo's mindset without his realizing it? That is, does this event somehow transform him into a 'realist'? Or, was it all a joke to describe what a big deal Sajo's change of mind represents? No explanation is provided, but surely one will be forthcoming, right? From this point onwards, as far as I could tell, Sajo has virtually become a different person as he drops the one goal that had always driven him. But without any sort of an explanation, it wasn't all that interesting. He gets involved in another girl's plot to use him as a new boyfriend to make her old one jealous, but I couldn't have cared less about that when what I really wanted was an idea of WTF was going on with his personality change. Surely we'll get some sort of shocking revelation before this opening episode is over, won't we? But it just ends, with Sajo vowing yet again to 'support' Aika as if he were an Idol fan. Without any hint that any sort of answer will ever be provided to us, this was seeming like a very boring show. As always, Aika obviously wants Sajo to keep stalking her, because what fun would a show be if the girls didn't do what the guys wanted? After the inexplicable (lack of a) conclusion, I said to myself 'Dammit, what was the deal with that?'
Last updated Wednesday, July 19 2023. Created Wednesday, July 19 2023.