Jun 19, 2012

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Haiyore! Nyaruko-san episode 11

It’s nice to see that Haiyore Nyaruko-san, unlike most of the regular shows, is not taking a break. I’m honestly not sure if that’s a good or a bad thing. I could do with a little break from all this weirdness. This episode was no exception, as it was up to the usual standards; completely weird.

It focusses on a lost little girl with her alien butler. See? That’s all I have to say, really. Those who watch this show already know how this goes. That little girl comes in until she gets picked up, gets the attention of Mahiro and the others simply get affected by it in the most ridiculous ways. What else could you expect? Mahiro shows interest in someone, the others get jealous and start to riot like hell. Of course, Nyaruko was right in the middle of it all. She constantly wanted Mahiro’s attention, as is to be expected of her.

However, I have to admit that it wasn’t all Nyaruko’s fault this week. Mahiro was still a bit embarrassed from when Nyaruko kissed him during the last episode. He got red every time she got too close. Now that’s an interesting turn of events, especially since he normally doesn’t see her as wife material. She is an alien, he is an earthling, and you know how it goes. Absolute racism that is!

I’m afraid that next week’s episode will be just as weird, seeing as that little girl has gone missing. I predict yet another jealous-filled episode where Nyaruko tries to get the attention of Mahiro has he does his best for that little girl. I actually feel bad for Hastur and Cthuko, as those two are being completely left out. Hastur has no chance whatsoever though. He just needs to move on to another gay guy.

Haiyore! Nyaruko-san episode 11

  1. BotenAnna says:

    That little girl was so cute <3~~~~~~~~

    It kind of makes me wonder about the ending. How will they end this properly since there is quite a lot of things left to do?

  2. This anime is far more amusing if you are a fan or familiar with H.P. Lovecraft’s original sci-fi horror stories from the 1920’s/30’s.

    For me, all the references to that mythology are absolutely hillarious! and it’s also fun to “spot” my favourite monsters in the backround. For example, seeing a couple of Shoggoths (see At the mountains of madness 1937) was a total fanboy moment since they are one of my favourite monsters in the mythos. I also laughed at the Insects from Shaggai reference.

    I hope to see some Flying Polyps eventually…Especially since a few episodes ago had their enemies, the Great race of yith.

  3. kind of interesting post…

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