Watching this episode makes me wanna puke, and as you can see, I don’t even see what the story was about. ROFL to the randomness in the episode and Morte being unaware about her ripping skirt (And beat up poor Kirie and Toppi.) Must hate her this episode; Kirie and Toppi are just trying to help, and to save face to know that her skirt is ripping till the lower part is similar to wear an apron. And the stupid fake World Destruction Committee are NOT badass at all (Poor imitation in taking the look of Kirie, except his hairstyle, the coolheaded and less-tsundere Morte look-a-like (At least you don’t see her acting dere dere to her so-called Committee members), and a bear that is too big to look like Toppi)
Warning: Multiple references of Romantic Period (1820-1900) composers (Lots, of lots of them, probably people with little or no musical background will not understand the post.) And spoilers ahead, probably come back after watching the episode or don’t click the ‘more’ button. I’m warning you, period. And for those with music background, understand what is it about, or watched the episode, just click the ‘more’ button for another step of my thoughts for this episode. (One random loli inside, but sorry, no green-haired loli, Impzy.)
Don’t say that I didn’t warn you, readers. (And I’m going to be in deep crap after you readers finished reading this post, especially to the readers with music background.)
Teddy Brahms: I AM NOT A TEDDY BEAR, KUMA~!
Clara Tsundere: I don’t care! Killed, or be killed.
Yeah, I know, the quality of this week episode is very, very crappy. Because this is the only video that shows the subs, please don’t complain. I’m just too lazy to find another better quality video but let’s not put too much emphasize on the quality, since this episode wanna rot my socks. Wait till Toppi (a.k.a. Teddy Brahms.) hears that he’s going to be cuddled like a lifeless teddy bear by a loli he’s gonna crush the heads out of Tchaikovsky Bear and his two companions, the silent Lady Chopin (The only girl in the group, and I swear I’m not going to make Chopin a bi. His music is too good for him to mess up his gender problems.) and the man who is out of his mind, Sir Liszt (The idiotic Kirie lookalike, which is the character I hated most.)
So Teddy Brahms refuse to become a teddy bear in this human town he’s staying for now with Clara Tsundere (Morte) and her Cowardly husband Schumann (Kirie. Not Schubert, though their names sound ALMOST the same. But I like Schumann, don’t mean to offend him). So Teddy Brahms and Clara Tsundere were fighting over staying in a human town and Schumann the Manly-Man just have to give a bag of money to a inn owner to find out that there’s a fake World Destruction Committee around the place.
Ohh…finally Kirie has a knife, or I haven’t been observant in the previous episodes.
Finally I can see Kirie with a knife, since he hasn’t had it with him from the start. Probably halfway in one of the episodes he got it, but right now our top priority is to finish the music scores of the Destruction Period, and see what our fake destroyers are doing in a restaurant…stupid quote by our Sir Liszt, who has a poor imitation of our ignored Schumann the Manly-Man back at the inn.
I hate you. More than 100X I hate Liszt’s music or the Ragnarok series.
So giving a waitress sexual harassment, Lady Chopin threw the apathetic Sir Liszt down to the other side of the restaurant while Tchaikovsky Bear act as the mediator between the two ‘with too many differences’ musicians. Instead of paying up, they show their secret identities and left the shop as if they are superstars in the making. And that Sir Liszt looks too old to beat Schumann the Manly-Man in looks, except for the blond haircut which doesn’t impress me a lot. And I mean what I said.
Let’s sue him for sexual harassment at a restaurant. Call the real World Destruction Committee please, but too bad as Kirie is busy sewing Morte’s skirt and Toppi being too close with a loli.
And the three members of the fake World Destruction Committee are:
THE PEDO WARRIOR: SIR KIRIE-LOOK-A-LIKE!
THE RESILIENT ONE: LADY MORTE-LOOK-A-LIKE!
AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST, KNIGHT SCARILY BEAR: JESTER TOPPI-NOT-SO-LOOK-A-LIKE!
Sir Liszt pushed over a loli while he left, but luckily Tchaikovsky Bear carried the loli and threw her out of the town, only to be hugged by Teddy Brahms who happens to be too upset into being a teddy bear merchandise. Meanwhile our real destroyers are resting in a rather stuffy inn and Teddy Brahms just couldn’t bear (Pun not intended.) the World Destruction Committee name being tarnished and used as a joke. (But it could be a good think, lest Puccini of Arc/Ri A and Assassin Wagner/Naja would be catching after the imposers.)
Reverse Vampire: Impzy and Crusader, buy me a Toppi-sized teddy bear!!! Please please please please please please pretty please??? (Blink eyes at them.)
Impz and Crusader: (Took out their wallets and gave me $859.) Just take it. Now we’re broke. (Burst into tears while Impz has a thought in buying a green-haired loli doll on the other side of the toy store.)
And it fits perfectly that Teddy Brahms has a baby-sized cot for him to sleep, even though he received too much attention from the entire human town. Ohh, pity Teddy Brahms who got a cot for him to sleep into, since he’s 1000 years old beneath his young and cute appearance. Wait till he comes to the aid of Clara Tsundere and snatches away Schumann the Manly-Man’s wife, leaving himself to cry and being mentally insane.
I’M NO BABY BEAR, YOU HUMAN DIMWITS! (Crushes the cot into mush and turns the town upside-down.)
Too angry to stay up with the humiliation any longer, Teddy Brahms went outside to do something useful while Clara Tsundere and Schumann-the-Manly-Man are in a world on their own, till Schumann-the-Manly-Man found out that his wife’s skirt is ripping, ripping and ripping and kept it to himself until when he’s in deep shit.
Sorry, Teddy Brahms pushed me down. (I can feel her b00bs pushing my back, woo hoo!)
Die die die…if she finds out I’m going to be pushed into the deepest part of the Jigoku.
The World Salvation Committee then visits the restaurant to find out more info on the (fake) World Destruction Committee members who visited the place. Find little to no new info, instead they decide to have lunch (Or a really big buffet) among themselves.
You’re just making excuses, Assassin Wagner. So sorry, but you have to think of a better way to keep up the positive energy.
You guys should be happy and laughing when you get so much food on the table and you won’t have to pay a single cent (or the reverse.). Most people won’t have the chance to do that, you beastmen are so hard to be pleased.
Teddy Brahms decide to take a walk around the border on asking on the activities of the (fake) WDC’s actions and movements till the same loli (Whose name is Maria.) taking Teddy Brahms as a cute and cuddly teddy bear for resale. Sigh, when will Teddy Brahms stop being whiny about being loved (And hugged) by little kids and appreciate his one and only talent right now? You aren’t cut out to be a hero. You mind being an anti-hero from now on?
Don’t deny that you aren’t a bear. And how dare that fake bear steal my limelight??
So our dear Saviors took such pains to go all the way up to the beastman village and their efforts has to be wasted when they find nothing when they reached to the village. Poor Puccini of Arc has to stop her mighty speech because she feels like throwing up after eating a buffet and Assassin Wagner do so too. Oh man, after watching this episode I too feel like spitting out leftovers (Goes to toilet and throws up.)
We have horrbiel stomachs, so sorry, sir! (Goes outside and throws up everything they ate. Or probably they went to a sliming centre.)
Both the real and fake WDC were being interrogated by the old policeman (Who has met Maria and Teddy Brahms.) and finds out who’s the real culprit from making a mess in the restaurant early in the afternoon. With (Almost very silly) questions in his sleeve, anyone can do that to prove their innocence. Why not send them to court or yamen (Chinese style of a court.) for the interrogation?
AHHH! She’s gonna kill us. It’s all your fault; you killed us all, Kirie.
We’re sorry, sir. Please let us go. We’re innocent. (Blinks eye like ladies.)
So it’s up to Sir Liszt, Lady Chopin and Tchaikovsky Bear to ‘prove’ their innocence, while Clara Tsundere, Schumann-the-Manly-Man and Teddy Brahms are left with the problem in the further ripping of Clara Tsundere’s skirt. But it seems that Lady Luck is not on the real destroyers’ side…
We’re losing, but I’m afraid Clara Tsundere’s skirt has to be ripped off and our cover will be broken.
Teddy Brahms to the rescue! Rush to the aid of our poor Clara Tsundere whose husband Schumann is stuck with a mental block.
With Clara Tsundere’s skirt ripped off to the extremes, she kicks, punches, chops, cuts, bends, strangle and slice the bodies of poor Schumann-the-Manly-Man (Who is not manly in the case of Kirie.) and Teddy Brahms (Brahms is one of my favorite musicians of all times in RV’s good-to-listen list). And the fake runs away from the stall and never to be seen again. The End.
But, no, wait! The officer then sees very ‘beautiful’ paintings (Which has similarities of very famous artworks like the Mona Lisa by Da Vinci on the extreme left, the Screamer by Edvard Munch in the middle and the last one I’m not really sure. If anyone knows what that picture looks like in real life reply in the comments. Perhaps I have to do research, let see…
That’s it. We’re 100% confirm that we’re going to end up in hell in the afterlife.
Another old and fake World Destruction Committee members in the looks of an old man, an old and fat lady and a real bear ready to take both the real and the other fake WDC members, dead or alive. Everyone scrams and the fake WDC members apologizes to the real WDC members. Morte beats the crap out of out two male destroyers and the story ends here. Talk about boring.
Nice paintings. Want to buy them all: Agan prints money.
You’re all going to die, boys! (Kicks Kirie and Toppi up into the air like Team Rocket.)
Sorry that this post is quite rushed, for the fact that I’m going back to school to waste 5 hours of my time just to sit and do nothing (I really hope not. Or else I’m just wasting my life.) and wake up early in the morning. I miss my beauty sleep, sigh. And the part when the fake Kirie mentioned that he was abandoned after he was born caught my attention and the rest are just passing notes. I wonder if that statement is true when the game is out, I find this week’s episode rather disappointing, even disappointing than episode 3 in the prison break episode, despite the low-budget of the art quality. Even worse, I don’t find the jokes funny (Save for the ripping of Morte’s skirt and Toppi being hugged too tightly by Maria.) and I’m so tired, my throat’s getting runny and dry.
Good news is that the next episode is more serious this time as the WDC and the WSC members work together as seen in the preview. I hope they don’t waste the last 6 episodes putting fillers and does nothing to make the story progress.
Great, now we’re all stuck in a lift. Stupid lift, move it! (Ri A kicks the lift.)