I was just going to skip reviewing the episodes up until the present one, but every episode has something awesome that I just have to point out. If I don’t point these things out, then I will actually die…so it’s not as though I actually want to review these episodes, but I have to. Anyway, let the Superpost begin with:
Episode 18: Miki
You know by now that I approve of Hinagiku x Miki as opposed to Hinagiku x Anyone Else (although Hinagiku x Ayumu wouldn’t be bad). That being said:
So we all know by now that Miki is a humongous rug munching lesbian. And this picture kind of clarifies the fact that she desperately wants to eat something of Hinagiku’s that is not actual food. God I love Miki. By the way:
Oh yea, and by the way, I loved the Hinagiku ED, but the new ED is fucking AWESOME!
Episode 19: Ho-Hum
*Whew* Thank God I don’t play games, other wise my lifestyle would be bad. I mean, I occasionally play games, but my X-Box 360 is broken, and I need a new one….I know!
So yea, not much to say about this episode. It was good, but at the same time, there wasn’t much going on….except:
Maria used Flame Thrower….it’s super effective! (that makes no sense, nor does it pertain to this episode, or any scene within this episode…not even that last screenshot).
Episode 20: Maid in the Shade
Yeaaaa. That’s right, a play on words, even though it doesn’t make sense. But this episode, for the most part was maid to be about maids (okay that’s the last time I do it, I swear). Here are some maids now:
Well, that’s about it as far as the new maids are concerned. Now, just for funzies, here are the old maids (bu-dum-kish):
Well, that’s about all of the maids in this episode, right? I mean, surely there’s no more arou– SURPRISE BITCH!
So now let’s talk about something that kind of got me gears grinding in a bad way. Maria. They go off looking for a maid to teach Isumi how to become a good maid, and they completely ignore Maria, who is not only the best character, but the best maid in this show:
So ends another episode of Hayate. I mean, there’s obviously no more maids in this episode, right? Rig– MAID BITCH!
Episode 21: Oh Shit! It’s Jenny!
Not only does Jenny have a poorly animated face, but her poorly animated eyes obviously can’t tell the difference between a Tiger and a cat. Mind you, a white tiger has no business in the savanna. Speaking of animals that don’t belong in the savanna:
I don’t know what business Baka-Raptor has on the savanna in an episode of Hayate no Gotoku, but he’s not really out of place in this scene. Let me just say, that Jenny is fucking awesome. Let’s have a look-see:
And here are some more fun facts about Jenny:
- She has an awesome seiyu. I don’t know who that is, but she’s awesome.
- When you say her name, you are obligated to talk like Forest Gump….”Jen-nay.”
- She’s [the character, Jenny] only four (this is actually true).
- Did I mention here eyes?
Oh shit. I can’t even talk about the rest of this episode. Even if there are things I want to say. When Jenny ends, so does the review of this episode, and episode that was really funny and awesome. Here’s one for the road:
Episode 22: Finally I’m Done With This Long Ass Post.
So what was the general premise about this episode?
Yup. Nagi gets a part time job. She actually does pretty good. But who cares about that. Because in this episode, I make my appearance:
Don’t worry about what they named me in the episode. This is actually me. I mean, sure, they gave me different hair and a different voice and a different job and tweaked some other stuff….but it’s me. Anyway, back to this episode. Obviously, if Nagi is at a part time job, Maria, master of disguise, has to watch her, disguised, of course.
Another cunning disguise from Maria, who was always one to be able to hide in plain sight. However, she soon changes to a new garb of concealment.
Now, in her obviously perfect anime disguise (reminiscent of the Sailor Moon disguises), she is ready to watch Nagi and company work, without them knowing it’s her.
Well, it worked on Hayate once, so you can’t blame her for trying to get by with a crappy disguise, can you? Anyway, I take notice right away:
She said yes, and the episode ended with that. Just trust me.
P.S. How do you feel about the new header?