Feb 8, 2012

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Papa no Iukoto wo Kikinasai! episode 05

Here we go again. It’s still just a little bit too soon to say, but I think Papa no Iukoto wo Kikinasai might just be my favourite show this winter. It’s a really close call, seeing as I like Ano Natsu de Matteru and High School DxD as well, but this show has a slight edge.

The story continues as Yuuta’s life only gets harder and harder. The poor kid has to deal with three growing girls in a very small apartment. While dealing with his family he has to go to school, work at several part-time jobs and keep everyone around him as happy as it gets. Suicide never sounded more tempting. Just kidding, Yuuta doesn’t strike me as the type of person that would ever commit suicide. However, his life will only get harder from here on out. The girls can take care of themselves, but they still need adult supervision while cooking, cleaning the house and perhaps even shopping. I wouldn’t be surprised if they were asked to buy some painkillers, but returned with a batch of Viagra.

Anyway, the story will only get more interesting from here on out as things start to get more complicated. Yuuta is constantly working several jobs, meaning that there’s no one home to watch over the girls. This could be dangerous, especially since that perverted club leader of his now knows about the girls. Raika can slap him all she wants, but a pervert of that level is completely immune to that kind of punishment. He will continue until he reaches his goal; to come in contact with the girls and do god knows what. He doesn’t seem like a very bad person, but I wouldn’t trust him enough to be left alone with my under aged nieces and sister.

Still, the episode wasn’t all bad. Yuuta made a lot of progress with Sora-chan. She finally opened up more to him, she stopped being so jumpy around him and she finally started addressing him properly. That is a lot of progress for a girl who just lost her parents. Luckily he never had those kinds of problems with Miu or Hina, seeing as both of them already accepted him for who he is. Hell, Hina would be the least of his worries. Hina-chan would accept right about anybody, seeing as she’s still too young to understand these things, which is why she needs to be supervised at all times.

This is why I like this show. It’s complicated, dramatic and sad. Yes, but on the other hand it’s also very funny, beautiful and heart-warming. This show may have started out dramatically, but it’s turning into something very beautiful, just like with Usagi Drop. I will watch this show to the end, no matter what!

  1. Ha-ha-hatsjuu says:

    I love this show!!! 😀

    Hina-chwaaaaaaaan is the cutest character ever!! 😀

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