Hiyato and Ui have been living together for a while now and it’s not gone completely unnoticed. It doesn’t help that Rin’s older sister lives next door. If that was Hiyato’s only problem. Suddenly, more girls are noticing him!
Hiyato and Ui’s parents arranged for their children to get married when they were three. Since both their parents are working overseas, Ui has moved in with Hiyato and is pulling out all the stops to ensure that the arranged marriage goes ahead. However, if the school discovered their living arrangements things could get messy, even messier if the disciplinary committee head, Rin found out!
So, the first season definitely had the stronger story, but this season probably put more effort into the ecchi side of things. Not that the first season was lacking in that department anyhow. There was less of a thought-out story and more of an episodic feel to things. There were some themes that reappeared and carried on, but it wasn’t as cohesive as the first season.
Hiyato was exactly the same character as in the first season and struggled, even more, to decide to stick with Ui. She basically barged into his life and forced him to allow her to live there. Of course, as their relationship grew, he found himself in several awkward situations with the other girls at school, sometimes because of Ui!
Ui became a slightly odder character in season two. She was still fairly clingy with Hiyato, but also had no problem letting her friends borrow him to practice dating and everything that followed. I’m still not sure how I feel about the way she forced him into this situation and pretty much trapped him.
Rin started to comes to terms with her feelings for Hiyato, but then, in the final couple of episodes, they seemed to blow that up so that she could be the villain trying to keep Hiyato and Ui apart. It was probably my biggest complaint with this season. It felt like she was a real contender for a long time so it was an odd decision.
As with the first season, there is a lot of amazing fan-service. Of course, you’ll want to watch the uncensored version otherwise you will be thoroughly disappointed. Not only was there a lot of nudity, but it really played to the ecchi tropes well with lots of accidental elements and misunderstandings – the way it’s supposed to be. Even with the weaker story, this series had some amazing highlights.
Story Rating: Good
It wasn’t as good as the first season and it kind of fizzled out. There were several episodes towards the end that seemed to hint towards some huge finish, but it never came… Huh! Maybe that was the point. Poor Hiyato was constantly getting blocked by this that and everything.
Ecchi Rating: Smoking
This series is filled with lots and lots of amazing ecchi scenes. There was more variety in this season too as more of the girls were involved and each given some crazy reason to be naked at some point. With short episodes, this show uses every minute to the max.
This is a nice continuation of the first season although it really doesn’t give us an ending. Does that mean there will be a third season? I hope so. If you like ecchi, then this is an absolute must-watch series. It gets the tropes right, it has a varied cast of characters, and it’s not afraid to push things as far as they can. Even the uncensored version had a couple of moments where they had to censor things. This series is hot!
If you still want some more, there are more images and highlights on the episode reviews below.
- Season One
- Episode 1 – The Student Council President Marries into a Family
- Episode 2 – The Student Council President and Dinner at Home
- Episode 3 – The Student Council President and the Hand Holding Experiment
- Episode 4 – Shelter from the Rain Without the President
- Episode 5 – Making Up with the President
- Episode 6 – The Student Council President’s Family
- Episode 7 – Sneaky Student Council President
- Episode 8 – The Vice President and the Two Infirmary Devils
- Episode 9 – President, Bribe, and Exposure
- Episode 10 – Sawatari-san’s Midsummer Presentation
- Episode 11 – The President Turns Sixteen
- Episode 12 – More of the President’s Family
- Season Two
- Episode 13 – The Playful Student Council President
- Episode 14 – Late Summer Festival with the Disciplinary Committee Head
- Episode 15 – The Student Council President and the Photography Club President
- Episode 16 – The Disciplinary Committee Head’s Awakening
- Episode 17 – The Vice President’s Long Night
- Episode 18 – A Dangerous Afternoon with Niikura-san
- Episode 19 – The Unrelenting Battle of the President and the Disciplinary Committee Head
- Episode 20 – The President’s Efforts and Winter’s Temptations
- Episode 21 – The Photography Club President’s Hidden Desire
- Episode 22 – The President and Disciplinary Committee Head’s Troubles
- Episode 23 – The Vice President and Treasurer Make Some Kind of Progress
- Episode 24 – A Holy Night with the President and All the Rest