Neco-Arc Destiny, the kawaii pink-haired neko ruptures with craze as she can no longer stand sharing the exact same face with all the other Neko-Arcs – this prompts her to threaten leaving the bar, although it seems she never does in the end as the OP rolls and the nekos are relaxing later on.
Our True Ancestor awaits Shiki patiently yet rather over energetically outside of school – she’s upset at the fact he’s unwilling to skip school to “play” with her. Ciel then suddenly appears and snatches Shiki away to the inner-depths of the school where Arcueid cannot follow. This prompts Arcueid to take matters into her own hands. She enrolls through the entrance exams and generically transfers into the school as any typical bishoujo would – Shiki evens points out the conventionality of it all himself.
We’re rewarded with some nice seifuku shots and buruma scenes, although Arcueid simply can’t handle the stress of highschool – she drops out and becomes a janitor in maido-san dress.
Next up, our Fate/Stay favorites enjoy some afternoon sleepy time – Ilya alongside Fuji-nee sleep outside under the sun on futons which Shirou had hoped to air out. Ilya magically seduces Shirou to sleep with her, then Saber comes along and hopes to join in – Rin however also comes across the pack of sleepers and catches Saber in the act.
Although Saber is inexplicably embarrassed, Rin appears to care little as she pushes Ilya aside and lays down next to Shirou. Thus begins a constant wave of bickering until they wonder why Fuji-nee seems to be an impenetrable force of slumber.
Finally, the highly anticipated ironically comedic trio, Houkago Rojiura Doumei, return to make us laugh through their execution of failed jokes and lame puns – it goes without saying they succeeded flawlessly. Hopefully we get an encore of their act next episode.
Before the next episode preview, we get our always needed short episode of White Princess Phantasmoon which we understood little of, although it was quite hilarious nonetheless. Akiha is apparently making a dastardly manga or something, and some spicy curry defeated a cartoon looking lolita creature.
Carnival Phantasm’s third round of closing sentiments from Fuji-nee and Ilya is delivered in the form of a swagtacular rap aimed at all the gangstas watching. Ilya’s attempt at keeping it real is rage inducing in that its an overload of cuteness which we unfortunately cannot physically appreciate. She begins spitting rhymes with Fuji-nee while our veins surge with the sight of moe.
Carnival Phantasm’s recurring themes of epic are all within our calculations at this point – after its unprecedented episode one, and a transcendental episode two, now a seizure instigating episode three, the series is simply unstoppably excellent.
If Type-Moon were the bartender in this situation, we’d like them to bring us another even though we’re already intoxicated with pure playful perfection.