Inu to Hasami wa Tsukaiyou episode 10
I really regret that I decided to write about this one instead of Servant x Service or Blood Lad. The level or predictability is ridiculous and there is no structure in this story whatsoever. It’s always the same thing.
I couldn’t understand why the ratings started to drop after the third episode. I couldn’t understand it back then. Now I do. It’s getting boring, predictable and a little bit annoying. It’s kind of ridiculous that you can see this far ahead in a story. I’m pretty sure everyone knew that Hami was the mysterious author.
Let’s face it people; you don’t focus on specific characters without doing anything with them. I don’t think that a few short scenes with her pathetic suicide attempts qualify as a plan, so, to me, it was only natural that they were saving something for later. It’s always nice when a good guess pays off, right?
This is it. This is all there is to Inu to Hasami wa Tsukaiyou. A story about an absent-minded, book-living moron that turned into a dog after being killed by a criminal that was aiming for his most favourite author, only to end up as the aforementioned author’s pet. He reads a lot, moans a lot, makes fun of her and gets cut from time to time. The author falls in love with the dog and tries everything in her power to make him fall in love with her as well. That’s about it.
Don’t forget; Japan is pretty famous for its tentacle rape, porn that involves a woman (or women) and a creature with tentacles (squids, octopuses, you name it). A little bit of dog-girl action shouldn’t be that much of a shock compared to other material that originates from Japan.