Aquarion Evol 09

Aquarion Evol

Poor Andy, he still never got to gattai fully. I guess you can say he’s the man who leaves gaps everywhere.

The amount of wholesome puns in this episode would probably fill a trench somewhere in the ocean. Seriously this episode was so full of holes, I wanted to bury myself from the sheer embarrassment.

Despite that, I still digged Andy’s manliness for getting MIX out of a grave situation. He really deserves a deeper appreciation from the cast. Sure, he keeps undermining himself with all his perverted manoeuvres, but when you look in to it, it’s a better outlet for his desires. By plowing headfirst in to danger this week, he has earned my respect and deserves a true gattai. I sure hope Kawamori doesn’t ditch him after this episode.

Next week, Jin… and Yunoha’s crying???

Aquarion Evol

8 Comments

  1. Metalsnakezero Said,

    February 27, 2012 @ 11:04 pm

    Loli tears aren’t good tears ;_;
    Ok Andy, I like you.

  2. tokwa Said,

    February 27, 2012 @ 11:06 pm

    This just in, Guiness just declared this as the most “hole” word used in an episode.

  3. prog Said,

    February 27, 2012 @ 11:54 pm

    @tokwa – i think u mean its holier than the bible. ^_^

  4. Baka-Yuusha Said,

    February 28, 2012 @ 2:45 am

    (In Yui Ogura voice:)

    Oooohhh~ Yunoha, don’t cry~ *pets*

  5. dgdg Said,

    February 28, 2012 @ 2:49 am

    Oh god, the puns. Do you want to kill me, Kurogane? Not from laughter surely.

  6. Baka-Yuusha Said,

    February 28, 2012 @ 3:12 am

    Bros before holes.

  7. zero5889 Said,

    February 28, 2012 @ 8:54 am

    Well at least Andy experienced the orgasmic thrill of a cross-gender gattai. Besides, this episode is more about MIX, the reason she hates men and holes (her father, a magazine writer, cheated on her mom through an affair with a woman he met at a hole-in-the-wall bathhouse), and her gradual warming-up to Andy. Whether she likes it or not, Andy is probably the only guy who can fill her hole… within her heart.
    Also, after a few episodes of Zessica taking the spotlight on the love triangle, this time it’s Mikono’s turn – and I’m fine with this. Besides, Zen finally reveals her power: amplifying connections. On paper this sounds useless, but the Aquarion’s draws its energy from the bonds between its pilots, and so Mikono can indirectly boost its power, making her a more valuable asset to Neo DEAVA than she may ever realize.
    And on the side of Altair, looks like Mykage is definitely up to no good, manipulating three of Jin’s most loyal lackeys into his own vengeance-driven pawns. No wonder Izumo is so reluctant to ask him for help.

    Next episode, looks like a storm is brewing with Jin infiltratingtransferring into Neo DEAVA, and… who (or what) made Yunoha cry?!

  8. Benigmatica Said,

    February 28, 2012 @ 5:58 pm

    Say, you can add those “Hole” transitions too on this episode… and donuts too!

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