Jintai seemingly starts into a new wondrously ridiculous adventure with this episode – our heroine watches horrifically as an idiot quickly defiles a mood of peace and turn it into one of profits, and yaoi manga.
Again, an episode of Jintai cannot pass without one taking note of the fantastic voice acting – the incredibly cute nature of the heroine’s voice is definitely a treat, yet her lovable voice is also a strength in setting the stage. She narrates much of what transpires before her, as well as her occasional two yen – and the tone of her voice is always so fitting in leaving one feeling the same way, giving an idea of her thoughts on a matter, whilst also doing well to amuse as she’s rather skilled at unintentional dry humor.
Now with that established, our heroine meets a “baka” – an idiot comes her way, an acquaintance she’s all too familiar with, perhaps even more so than she’d prefer. This individual occasionally calls our heroine “a friend”, although our heroine seems to be a bit more cynical regarding this suddenly appearing bishoujo – mentioning that she’s not sure whether to consider her “a friend” or not, and additionally, it appears our heroine is already expecting the worst to come as a subsequent result of the scheming bishoujo’s arrival.
Before the opening sequence rolled, it was seen that our heroine was sitting within a blank purgatory, losing her sanity slowly, alongside her blond shota assistance and the idiot bishoujo – what follows afterward is the story which led up to this rather unusual situation.
Just as our heroine did anticipate well in advance, the idiot bishoujo acts as a source for all sorts of completely moronic incidents to follow – and indeed, the events to take place are stupid to the extent that one can hardly comprehend how much an imbecile an individual must be to have been the driving factor of it all.
Deviating from the real job of which she was tasked, the idiot bishoujo instead employs various utilities she finds within a mansion, copy machines and “data”, to print manga – yet this is not just any kind of whimsical drawings, but ones of the boys love genre. This idiot bishoujo is a fujoshi – and with tools conveniently falling into her hands, she goes on to build an empire of homoerotic publications which spreads far and wide across the nation, engulfing interest from all sorts of other like-minded fujoshis.
Our heroine doesn’t do much, despite recognizing the recipe for disaster in progress – yet indeed, she comes to recognize the regret in not having stopped the matter once all finally goes wrong.
She heads to visit her grandfather’s usual place of work – although he’s nowhere to be found, and neither is her assistant. Our heroine however does notice a fujoshi magazine and begins to curiously skim through it only to see that there’s no content within – the panels are blank, and before she knows it, she’s trapped within a white void of space. As it turns out, the idiot is there as well – and a shocking realization of what has occurred is met with a hilariously relevant typographic effect, followed by an amusingly bland response.
The two are trapped within the book.
Most should likely have figured this by now, though it seems that Jintai’s method of delivery is to provide a series of adventures one-by-one within the declining humanity in which our heroine is living in. There hasn’t been enough development to figure what the outcome might be – although with certainty, it can be said that this anime is proving a ride all so enjoyable. The next episode is one well-anticipated indeed.