This show is like crack for me. I just can’t get enough. After watching the first episode, I thought this was going to be garbage, but the bad guys and the other bad guys and the over the topness of everything made me love this. It’s a fun show that parodies a lot of different genres.
The episode starts with Aika still feeling blue about not being as popular as TailRed. It sucks for her, since she was a twintail longer than Souji, but things are looking up for him. Not only is he saving the world, and by world I mean a world filled with twintails, but the twintails craze seems to be sweeping the school as well.
His Twintail Madonna, the President, also has some good news for him. His application for a TwinTail club was approved. Yay Souji! He then promptly celebrates by rubbing on Aika’s hair.
It also seems like the President seems to suspect that there is a connection between TailRed and Souji. Considering that she’s the third TwinTail member, I wonder how long it will take for her to connect the dots.
Meanwhile, the villains seem to be having a harder time. In the last 20 days 27 of their comrades and 478 Ultrioids have fallen in battle, so Dragogildy decides to change his tactics. Instead of sending mediocre bad guys, he needs to send out better people. Swan Guildy volunteers, but not before going through a test.
The test, like everything involving the bad guys, is so weird. Dragguildy basically tells everyone that Swan Guildy already unlocked the bonus harem room in the Naughty Nurse Angel! eroge game, even though it only came out yesterday. But there’s something strange, among the thumbnail pictures of provocatively dressed nurses, there’s one that isn’t exposing any skin.
It turns out that Swan Guildy thought something would happen, but instead of showing some ero stuff, the game just went to the next day. With that shocking truth, Swan Guildy was KOed. So Dragguildy decides to go out and fight instead.
So how does Dragguildy stack up? Let’s meet this supreme villain.
Today’s villain of the week is Dragguildy. He gave up his leadership position in order to defeat TailRed.
Speaking of Tails, he absolutely loves TwinTails and feels like there’s no one out there who loves them more as much as him.
To show his devotion to them, he’s lived his life without having anyone touch his back once. This is done so that one day he can have the supreme twin-tailed girl wash it for him. That’s how much he loves TwinTails.
And in today’s episode, he’s the one TailRed has to beat.
I love these bad guys. They’re so weird.
The fight between TailRed and Dragguildy is just how you’d picture it if you’ve watched any episode of this show. It’s silly, it’s filled with random nonsense, but it’s pretty epic in its own way. At one point, TailBlue loses hope after learning some shocking truths about the increase of TwinTail popularity, but due to TailRed’s power of n
akama TwinTail love and Twoearle explaining what happened before, she wakes up and gets back into the fighting spirit.
Also, it turns out that when Twoearle said that the TailBlue suit was meant for a bigger bust she wasn’t just insulting Aika, she was actually telling the truth. Twoearle use to be TailBlue.
I wasn’t expecting that.
The fight ends with Tail Red brandishing another sword and delivering the final blow to Dragguildy, who, like the others, is happy to have been defeated by a beautiful twintailed maiden.
Next episode, a third TwinTail member joins the crew!