Currently six or so posts behind. Let’s see if we can’t lower that number.
Here’s your screens.
Alright, so what happened?
Well the half or so of the episode deals with the almighty bunny manager of the office. We learn of his never ending struggle to be taken seriously, even as he controls a robotic bunny because he is far too shy to interact with people in person.
The walking, talking bunny is having trouble being taken seriously.
I, as any sane person would no doubt, would probably react like Hasbe’s father in that I’d punch the rabbit in the stomach as hard as possible.
Nonetheless, it proves to be an interesting and entertaining plot as Usagi-manager decides to shadow all of the new employees. Instead of mentoring the employees it really seems more that Usagi-manager is simply copying them.
He slacks off of work with Hasbe, deals with the pain of large breasts with Lucy, and is verbally assaulted and droned on by old ladies and Touko.
Truly there is no worse job.
Anyways, the next really big reveal comes when the next familial relation is introduced. One of the things that I really enjoyed about Working and about Servant x Service is that each character has their own family that not only gets introduced, but also becomes a new regular cast member.
The newest family member we get is the daughter of Usagi-manager, who happens to not only go to Touko’s high school but is actually friends with Touko! She proves to be a rather interesting addition to the already rather large cast of characters. It may be just me, but I like all the characters in Servant x Service.
Anyways, the next part of the episode deals with Miyoshi and her struggle with old ladies.
In the most recent verbal assault, the old lady decides to set Miyoshi up with her grandson.
Miyoshi instead of bringing in a family member, proves her own worth to the show by showing just how harsh her words can be. Her rejections are horribly harsh and mean, even though a good will was behind them, and she manages to absolutely decimate Hasbe’s mood with only a few words.
Anyways, Hasbe, Chihiya, Lucy and Miyoshi talk about what to do with the marriage offer. Apparently it’s a pretty common thing for civil servants to receive. The fact that Ichimiya receives them quite often grates on Chihiya, which made me smile.
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