This is a review of season one. It is undoubtedly a review of season one… so, Why the hell are you here, Teacher!?
The story follows four students and four teachers as they find themselves in increasingly inappropriate situations and eventually fall in love. So, firstly let’s just ignore that they are student and teachers as this is anime and not real life. I actually found the stories to be quite sweet and more than a little funny. Honestly, I laughed, spat out my tea, and snorted more than once.
There, of course, is the massive elephant in the room and that is censorship. This series as it was released has been massively censored. To the point that in some scenes the entire screen is obscured. If you can get past that, I’m sure you’ll have a lot of fun, otherwise, you might want to want for the BluRay release which is rumored to be uncensored.
There is a story and it’s fairly simple. Awkward situations between teachers and students keep happening and each time they get slightly more inappropriate. Other than that, there’s not really much to it. Just lots of silly, fun, and lewd situations. So, let’s talk about the main characters as there are eight and that will give us something more to talk about.
First up we have Kojima the Demon and Sato. Kojima is the super strict teacher that doesn’t take any crap from anyone, well, except for Sato’s mother who is incredibly fond of Kojima and has secret plans to get Kojima and her son together. This helps to add to the hilarity of the situations and helps really push these two together. Sato is a laid-back student who is about to graduate and just wants an easy life.
Next, we have Matsukaze, a gentle and sweet art teacher and Suzuki. This is quite the funny pairing as Suzuki is a giant of a man with a resting angry face. He struggles to make friends and with Sato about to graduate he’s facing the next year alone. Matsukaze tries to cheer him up but inevitably ends up in a number of incredibly awkward situations. She is shy and quiet, but also fun and bubbly when you get to know her.
Then there is Taka and Hazakura. They’ve been friends for most of their lives, but now Hazakura is a sports teacher and Taka is a first-year student. They live in the same building and regularly hang out. When an incredibly unfortunate situation occurs, both are incredibly embarrassed, so much so that Hazakura is determined to get him back for it. Before long, however, she realizes that she has feelings for him. Seriously, though, just look at those tan lines!!!
Finally, we have Tachibana and Koh. Tachibana is the school nurse and known for her frosty demeanour, so when Koh bumps into her at his restaurant, he was more than a little surprised to see her warm to him… or was it just the oil… Anyhow, Tachibana is hoping to work on her interpersonal skills and targets Koh as the person to help her, since they already have a tenuous connection. Her lack of any sort of inhibition puts them in all sorts of crazy situations.
So, this series is packed full of fan service. There is literally almost nothing else. Again, it should be noted that it is censored and it does get a little frustrating. There is plenty to make up for it, but the uncensored version is going on my wish-list for sure. Each of the teachers is pretty well endowed and they all have wonderfully curvy bodies. Seriously, it’s almost impossible to pick a favorite. They also have quite different personalities which help to keep the stories varied.
It’s hard to say just how much and what’s been censored as it could end up being a panty shot or a nipple, we’ll never know until the uncensored version is available, but at least it will give me an excuse to rewatch what has been a very enjoyable series. I’ve heard that the manga has even more fan service, more teachers, and more shenanigans. That sounds like something I need to check out.
Story Rating: Good
I’ve said before that there is a limited story and while it doesn’t do anything unexpected it is still lots of fun. It’s definitely not going to win any awards for this category, but that doesn’t mean you won’t enjoy it. Sure, it has a ton of fan service, although I think you’ll get quite invested in the characters at the same time.
Ecchi Rating: Smoking
So, I’ve given this an ecchi rating of Smoking. Admittedly we won’t know for sure until the uncensored version is available, but what we have seen is fairly suggestive that it’s going to be outrageously good. That’s why I’m pretty confident to stick my neck out with this rating.
So, it looks like I’ve almost gone the whole review without mentioning that the episodes are only twelve minutes long. That isn’t a bad thing in this instance. If anything, I think it works with this format, making each episode and the usual two scenes within quite tight. I’ve honestly really enjoyed watching and reviewing this series, so I would definitely recommend it to anyone that enjoys awkward sexy comedy.
If you still want some more, there are more images and highlights on the episode reviews below.
- Season One
- Episode 1 – First Period
- Episode 2 – Second Period
- Episode 3 – Third Period
- Episode 4 – Fourth Period
- Episode 5 – Fifth Period
- Episode 6 – Sixth Period
- Episode 7 – Seventh Period
- Episode 8 – Eighth Period
- Episode 9 – Ninth Period
- Episode 10 – Tenth Period
- Episode 11 – Eleventh Period
- Episode 12 – Twelfth Period