Tsuntsun Lala! I wish they explored this personality more than the others.
We’re pretty much on the brink of ending this series once and for all. With how the this episode ended, it’s pretty clear that they’re going to focus the next two episodes on wrapping everything up in some grand epic finale. Will this mean it’ll be any good or worth watching? Who knows…
So Rito digs this kind of stuff.
Lala catches some sort of space cold and suffers from a case of changing personalities. Lala’s first personality change results as her becoming sort of a shy character much like Haruna which also gets Rito’s hormones raging. They ask Mikado about Lala’s condition and they find out that the cure must be ordered from outer space and will arrive in a few days.
Six Million Yen Rito
We find out that Lala’s condition has her changing personalities daily as the next morning she becomes more like an underclassman cheering on an upperclassman, Rito in this case. The next few days has Lala going through more personalities including a tsundere version of Lala and a military commander version.
Yes, your highness!
As a military commander, Lala decides to try and take over the Earth for Rito using an army of robots that she has created. Rito decides to go ahead and try to stop Lala from doing this instead of waiting for the cure to arrive.
Love the outfit. Need to see Yami or Yui in one.
Rito discovers that Lala has already assembled an entire army of robots and is ready to launch an attack on Earth. Rito’s classmates, Saruyama, Haruna, those other two girls, are also acting as generals controlling their own battalion of robots. Rito tries to get Lala to stop, but Saruyama and the other two girls order their robots to stop Rito. Since Haruna doesn’t want Rito to get hurt, she orders her battalion to assist him. Yami also appears to deliver the cure, but is stopped by Zastin.
Push the button!
Rito goes on ahead and is stopped by robots a short distance away from reaching Lala with the cure. As Lala is about to start the attack on Earth, Rito shouts out “I like you” which brings Lala back to her senses. Just when things look like they’re over, Lala’s father appears over Earth taking Lala back and will likely declare war on Earth.
Mikado is such a tease as always, but not as much as this.
Not too shabby. I think it was another normal episode for this series and by far not as bad as a lot of the other episodes like I’ve been saying over and over again. I enjoyed the multiple personality thing from Lala, but I could’ve done without some of the ideas they had (like the senpai thing and the comedy duo act). They could of had more screen time for tsundere Lala and maybe some other personalities in there. The whole robot army thing was kind of bland as well, but I did like the outfits for the girls (lol).
That looks so wrong.
The whole “I like you” bit was kinda cliche, but I wasn’t really expecting it to happen in this series. More so because they never progressed that far in the manga (he came close in the chapter where everyone was transported into that video game, but he never really went that far). I suppose they’re going to have to end the series some how and they did kind of cover it up since Lala doesn’t remember what Rito said.
No, it’s not.
Not much we can tell for what the next episode will bring us just by watching the preview at the end. My guess is that it might be an emo fest with Rito thinking over everything that’s happened so far and nothing really happening untill the last and final episode.