When is someone going to accept their proposal and become a seiyuu on this show though.
Despite everything, I kind of just don't want this show to end. The characters are kind of endearing or maybe I just feel bad, but it's like I know them and am closer to them than in an actual good show. I hope it just keeps going through each season and they keep cooking stupid and bad food that might actually be good forever.
Also, I love when the subs have such simple mistakes. On episode 18 or 19, they didn't even put subs that they've already translated for the end part where Reina says they want people to be a seiyuu for the show.
Yeah, I think the fact that's a really humble show lends the viewer yo connect with the characters easier.
I could see this show lasting a really long time. It's really cheap, the premise of "girls talking about stuff" is broad enough to support literally any topic, and just about any topic can have some type of meal attached to it.
My heart will be genuinely broken if it ends at episode 24 which it probably will.
Spring's First South Wind Fairy will cry if she hears you say that.
I like to imagine the JK Meshi fanbase here is the same fanbase as all the other very small and forgotten good shows like Un-Go and so on.
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Why are you watching it if you dislike it?
No, I really don't. I feel disgusted whenever I watch this pile of shit. The characters are awful, the animation might as well not be there and the writing is absolute shite.
If it was any longer per episode, I would've already dropped it. I just wish this show was just one cour.
If Teekyuu can do it, so can JK Meshi. Someone just needs to audition for new girls and eventually it'll be a bigger group of waifu otakubait and only then will it finally become popular.
why do I laugh every time I see this house.
Every time I see it, it always reminds me of the Simpsons' house.
They're both kinda dirty yellowish/light brown and have dark brown roofs?
she has cute feet