Modern Women Warfare [Orange Farm Archive]

FUCKING SIGNED,  STAMPED, AND STATEMENT APPROVED.  Healthy is cleary where it’s at.

Okay, the first half of this episode was good.  It had plot.  It had purpose.  The latter half…not so much.  But it did recover in time for a touching ending.

To start things off, not much has changed from last episode.  Kaneyou and Yamada are still at war with each other, the usual drama is still ongoing.  A few battles took place as well.  In the opening scene, it is announced that swimming classes will be taken place.  Cue the usual groans of weight loss as usual. Oh, wait, here we cover proper shaving of body hair.

I love how this is a euphemism for shaving “bush”

Swimming day finally arrived, and you can’t have a pool episode without the class boys checking out the girls, right?  I approve of this class’s taste in healthy.  While the boys are ogling, another fight is brewing in the pool.  You guessed it.  Yamada and Kanejou go head to head in a 50 meter freestyle.  The winner of the race?  Amuro Ninagawa, hands down Kanejou, barely.

Only this show would turn a swim race into a fashion pose-off

After the swimming, Yamada turns to her sister for help.  This plan doesn’t get very far, however, as Yamada is left contemplating what to do with Kosuda over summer break, as their schedules never really leave a day for them to hang out.

Oh god, the unholy union

Yamada meets up with Kosuda’s sister, who’s the last to leave for the family picnic they have every year.  Yamada decides to tail along…on foot.  She does, hitchhike however, and gets picked up by an army that is heading out to airsoft practice (WTF, really now?).

How to tell you’ve played too much CoD4/MW2?  When you can tell Yamada is using a G36K Assault Rifle.

Yamada finally reaches the picnic by nightfall, and after opening some not-so-friendly fire at Kosuda, the two share a nice moment under the stars.  Kosuda takes his first portraits of Yamada, and reveals to her that he was photographing a star scene for her.

Very nice scenery here.  How much of the budget was used for this shot, lol?

For those of you who may be confused about my earlier swimming reference, it comes from an anime called Kenkō Zenrakei Suieibu Umishō (Umisho for short), and the above character is Amuro Ninagawa. If you like swimming shows and/or comedies, give it a shot.  Thirteen episodes about nothing but swimming, with actual plot and a lot of humor.


2 Responses to “Modern Women Warfare [Orange Farm Archive]”

  1. 1 komidol
    May 26, 2010 at 8:41 AM

    But Desu, when you hug a flat chested girl the closer you are to her heart.

  2. 2 desufag
    May 27, 2010 at 10:21 AM

    Lol. That may be true, but then there’s nothing to hold onto…

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