Binbougami ga’s latest endeavor of fortune and otherwise shows the arrogant bishoujo heroine surprisingly managing to somewhat learn an ever slight amount about humanity as the majority of the globe lives it.
Being a wealthy girl with seemingly infinite fortune, and a chest certainly self-sufficient, it seems as though our heroine’s self-importance is set up in such a cycle that it’s fueling itself. Her pompous attitude has little resistance save for the queen of poverty – although as is seen repeatedly all throughout this episode, as well as those prior, our obnoxious human heroine simply disregards the voiced concerns of the queen of poverty merely as she feels herself far more high and mighty than the bulk of society.
Now one should note how Binbougami ga! interestingly switches the focus of each episode – while the central subject of the series remains the same, it’s not following delivery through a set formula. This episode in particular chases after a whim of the petty human – she contemplates what it is which she’s missing in her believed “perfect” life, and such leads her to settle on desiring a boyfriend.
And with that decided, she looks to her side and selects the classmate who sits directly to her right as the victim of her romance – a complicated matter which plays out surprisingly far better than one would anticipate, particularly in the opening and closing halves. The man of her spontaneous and shallow affection seems to have some personal issues as one can presume based on that, just as the episode breaks the fourth wall to mention, he’s been sleeping since the beginning of the series – the very first episode.
Yet not too many complications are faced in getting to know him for our heroine – the character drops his student ID whilst heading out, and our heroine does seem to have some brains despite her colossal breasts as she takes the item as an opportunity to meet the fellow at his home, at which point, he would surely invite her in, which he does. All goes according to the calculations of our oppai service character – yet the unforeseen twist comes in that the fellow she set her sights on incidentally turns out to have quite an abundance of siblings.
Being a heartless person, it’s not too simple for our heroine to deal with children – though in any case, the situation quickly flips into something else as the insolent human girl comes to see the harsh reality of living in poverty, to which she responds in a fashion quite pitiful and lacking of respect.
She’s ultimately evicted from the home of the highschooler, which isn’t much a shock – yet it is somewhat an unanticipated turn to see the series persist with the boyfriend angle by means of employing the little brother of the male candidate for our heroine.
An oppai joke at her expense is had – nonetheless, she manages to do something kind for the kid, which initiates a rather complicated matter as the kid gets himself in a dangerous situation. However, the spectacle continues to curve in favors as the heroine suddenly becomes the hero of the day – rescuing the kid from drowning down a stream during a dark, gristly rain.
Some obvious potential for romance exists for future chapters now of course – and this series is undoubtedly to still stack more elements atop of what we’ve seen thus far, however it will perhaps be more intriguing to offer recognition towards an aspect mentioned far back within the first episode. While this series has a slew of comedy, slapstick, parodies, and the full 360 degrees of ridiculous nonsense, it still manages a more serious side – and when that’s as when a legitimate subject starts up, the series puts the gags on the side.
A third episode in, it’s still a spectacular watch – and that seems mainly as not only does Binbougami ga! do all which it does quite well, yet it understands how to present it at that, balancing the left and right accordingly.