This really is a strange plot. I really do like the concept of students running the school; but, I doubt that the anime adaptation will have the time to delve further into it. The mood invoked through the conversations imply a lighthearted one, but from the first episode, and from the latter halves of the last two episodes, there’s almost this enigmatic feel to the series. It may just be wishful thinking, but it’s difficult to believe that this is nothing more than just an enjoyable slice of life.
Character wise, I do like them. They’re jocular most of the time, but they do have a serious, alternate side to them. The teacher with her usual interactions with the club could be compared with her character when she faces her sister; while the other members do seem to have another side to them. Perhaps it’s the ending scene, or the ending theme; but the given usually doesn’t imply just another brainless harem.
On-going Thoughts: Concluding Thoughts
Whelp, another entry revolving solely around assumptions and presumptions. It’s difficult to append onto the developments without reading the source.
The series does seem to revolve around the childhood friend, the teacher, and the cat chick as of now though. The other characters appear to be supplements to the mood; they’re not exactly significant to the storyline at the current moment. They don’t show up outside of the slice of life school scenes.