Okay, so it’s been a while since I’ve watched this episode, and I don’t remember a whole lot about it…. -_-;
What I do remember is that, much like the initial episode, it had its mix of fun moments and dirty jokes. While the dirty jokes get annoying, the other stuff can be amusing and even touching. Seeing Ritsu’s reaction to the bubble encasing, for example, is quite touching, and it was certainly amusing to see Usa incite Ritsu into a fit of laughter at Shota’s expense. Mayumi plays a large role in this episode, with her relationship drama ultimately drawing the main cast to watch horror movies with her. This, ultimately, leads to the introduction of Sayaka, the final resident of Kawai Complex.
A Christian Perspective:
Not really anything to say, since it’s been a while, although a lot of what I have in the N/S/F/ is cleavage (I think).
Language: 4 “d**n” (1 written)
Alcohol/Drug Use: None
Nudity/Sex/Fanservice: Throughout the episode, Mayumi is shown in shirts that show cleavage; Some comments that Ritsu makes between 8:24 – 9:23 are presented as being taken the wrong way by Usa; Shiro is shown wearing some kind of weird, skimpy outfit– he has a towel around his waist and one around his shoulders, 11:34 – 12:45 (he’s not actually shown this whole time, as there are cutaways, but it was easier to just put the entire timeframe where he would be shown) and again 13:35 – 14:24 (same case as before with how much he’s actually shown); there is a close up of Mayumi’s cleavage, and then a scene that sounds (and initially looks) provocative, until the camera zooms out (15:35 – 15:48); a movie the characters are watching shows a girl in a one piece bathing suit and another in what might be a tanktop and underwear (18:52 – 18:54); a female character is shown clinging to Mayumi and commenting on the size of her breasts–a close up of Mayumi’s cleavage is also shown (20:07 – 20:25); the episode preview shows part of Mayumi’s bra and panties being exposed (23:58 )
Violence: A character is slapped in the fact repeatedly; a character is punched in the face; a character is kicked in the back of the head