Seitokai Yakuindomo – Episode 8

Essentially, there is no story and we all know that. So without any further ado. Actually – one moment. Mitsuba and Shino look a bit alike. I think they both have their qualities too (Mitsuba’s hair and Shino’s face). It was good to see that Shino actually had some conviction to perform well for once and not mess up by inappropriately touching her opponent.

Glorious victory!

A Quick Summary of no Story

We start off with the student council figuring out new events to introduce into the Sports Festival because the school is now co-ed. Of course, Shino and Aria produce ridiculous ideas that are unfit – I don’t even know. Another scene, Suzu goes to Tsuda’s house to pick up because he was late for the last tidy cloths day. His sister walks up and asks him if he’s a pedophile and of course, Suzu freaks out at her. A member of the morals committee visits the student council due to concerns with them sleeping in the same room on their vacation. He member that visits the room though is afraid of guys, so Tsuda scares her away. A button is loose on Tsuda’s pants, and Suzu offers to mend it, and of course, Aria misinterprets the situation and tells Shino strange things. Finally, the president offers to be a stand in when Mitsuba losses a member in her Judo team – and the president wins!

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Talking about overdoing it - you just did.

Is there a purpose for these rules? I’ve found that the rules describe exactly what the student council and Shino and Aria specifically do not adhere to. Although, bonus points for the Mitsuba cameo.


What? Are you, Taka-nii? The Suzu jokes normally stick to her height and it did this time too, but she actually looks like a child too. So that’s why it was more severe.

Tsuda is happy now - he can have more children like Suzu

The mini-anime embedded in this episode was about a guy who ran into a girl turning the corner. He saw her panties and then she beat him up. Later, a teacher introduces the guy into the class. Eventually, he confesses to her and then they get married and have a kid – there Japan’s population problem solved. Of course, Suzu was too short for this camera shot. It’s getting a bit overused.

'No bugs larger than 1cm!'

A fly got into the student council room. Shino was terrofied and Aria was useless. Suzu said she couldn’t deal with bugs larger than 1cm (another height joke). Shino thought she could open the window and let it fly out, but another one flew in. Tsuda walked in and slapped it. They were all glossy eyed after that, but Tsuda realized he hasn’t been praised before that and he’s been useless since.

No comment.


There isn’t much need for reflection. Suzu jokes are, I admit, getting old now. The president and Mitsuba scenery was good though.


Seitokai Yakuindomo Episode 6

I like this show a lot – it has no point. Therefore, this should be a short post because there is no need to describe what happened, since nothing did.

An example of: No Point No Plot

Last season, there was this cat show. I can’t even remember the name since I dropped it on episode six. The point is though, they did something very similar in one episode – there was an alternative world with the same characters riding around in GUNDAMs. That’s always eye catching, but it’s pointless.

I expected Hayate to walk in to mediate

Eventually the sillyness ends with the strange intro and gundam scenes, only to find ourselves watching a TV being watched by Suzu and perhaps her sister.

Who are these 'rules' for exactly?

They have a new rule every episode but I don’t understand who they are for. They can’t really be for the girls because Shino breaks them every time.

Again - I'm on top because I'm the president
It wasn't a prank - but it's more like you opened your eyes wider

The ghost of the haunted bathroom/hallway is none other than the student counsel’s advisor. Shino and Aria quickly snatch the confiscated magazine from her and start reading it intently. So much for that blind eye.

She's one of the knights that say 'nii'

Tsuda’s sister isn’t very well developed, but we know she has the same mind as Shino and the rest of the crazy people at that school. She’ll fit right in next year, when she attends. Anyway, like another anime I watch, the sister in this show insists on the Nii part and while cute for a moment, becomes incredibly annoying.

Too bad shark week ended already...

I had nothing to say for that one.


This show doesn’t need impressions. There’s no development, nor plot, nor point. Well, Madoka apparently likes Tsuda because she keeps talking to her Judo club about him. I think that’s it. The entire episode, only one legitimate fact was obtained. This show is for laughs, so that’s fine.