As if to make up to the lackluster episode last week and the general lack of Meme-chin for the last two episodes, this episode is done totally from Meme-chin’s point of view. Predictably, it doesn’t disappoint.
Turns out quite a few things mentioned and happened in the past two episodes have had Meme’s hand in them, from disappearing animals to the bottle rocket launching. And it was all for the Tamura-baachan’s sake, who turns out to be Meme’s grandmother. The only weird thing is why did Makoto didn’t know about his great-grandmother when he first met her, or why didn’t Meme introduce her as such to him. The Touwa family has some really complicated things going on…
Also, loli Meme-tan appearance!
So Elliot does exist! And he’s probably Erio’s father too, though it seems that he’s gone now. Wonder if they are really going to cover that later? While the character eccentricities are the focus of this show, I think a little story and background development wouldn’t hurt much. It’s surprising how many things are so unclear right now.
For example, it turns out that the shop that Maekawa’s been working part-time is actually managed/owned by Meme… though it seems that she doesn’t really do much work for it. And there’s also the mysterious girl running around town in Japanese clothes doing random things. She’s cute yes, but who and what is she doing?
Oh well, guess we’ll have to wait to see what happens next week!
HNNNNGGGHHH loli Meme-chin!
P.S. Poor Yamamoto-kun. Awwwwwwww