The fifth episode was a very enjoyable one for me to watch, simply due to the fact that it seemed like it was more or less of a new "chapter" of the show, a critical turning point, ever-so-cleverly integrated into the story line that it's only after the episode is over did I realize what had occurred. The previous episodes all succeeded in building up to this fifth episode, where all the dots were joined. Even though there weren't any seriously large revelations present in this episode, there was certainly quite a bit of slapstick humour. Hilarity ensues, and so does an underlying sense of what's to come. The main focus of this episode was really on
This is the face you make when asking for anything.
It'd be fine if it was a girl, but it's not, so I'm not sure how I feel about this.
Looks like the new iPhone is out.
"Shit, it's a bootleg!"
Please don't feed the lizards
Madoka and KoiChoco crossover? Yes please!
The sixth episode really hit the spot correctly on so many different levels. Not only did Yuuki's presidential campaign attempt make it past the preliminaries, the largest stumbling block the team has had to face up to this point. I'd say he made it this far due to Mifuyu's error of giving Yuuki her love letter instead of the actual speech, making Yuuki have to improv. Amusingly enough, not only did student council president hopeful trip while going up the stage, causing blood to stream out of his nose, he went right ahead and jumped on stage like a lunatic, getting the crowd rowdy and blabbering some irrelevant nonsense about the food club. When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. It may be a cliché, but it is because it's true. I'm glad the team has made it this far, and I'm just dying to see more. KoiChoco is so much more than just a typical visual novel adaptation. It's got just the right amount of romance, comedy, and drama, mixed together for the perfect recipe for success. Not a single thing is superfluous, everything makes sense, and character interaction as well as plot progressions are superb. This show has truly exceeded my expectations so far, and I'm sure the next few episodes will surely switch over from the current light-hearted comedy-based to a more drama-based, serious tone.
You know the competition is fierce when the opposition looks like something straight out of a Japanese version of lucha libre.
She could have just yelled to get his attention, rather than stand awestruck as he walks off on stage with her love letter. Just my two cents.
When life gives you lemons, the average person would make lemonade out of them. However, given that apparently Oojima Yuuki is not your average person, he makes lemon mousse, lemon meringue pie, and makes lemon zests with the leftovers. Actually I lied, he turns those lemons into oranges.
Behold, the winning team.