Last week’s episode was a subtle, delicate piece about the bittersweet consequences of growing up, of the still altogether surprising whirlwinds one reaps from any blessing. This episode’s got nothing to do with any of that! Get hype, it’s mountain climbing time! Woo, get out there!
I wasn’t expecting this to be a hot spring episode, but in hindsight I really should’ve been. Fun parallel structure, too. But oh no, is that a dramatic final arc I smell brewing?
Side update: SSR is being worked on, and so is Room Camp. I can’t apologize enough for those delays. But for everything else, don’t @ me or my cute girl posts! That ain’t my stuff!
First cameras, then coffee, and now baked goods; where does the research end? Great episode, though (aren’t they all?). We’ve got a couple novel character interactions this week, a light powdering of morality, and some finely piped insanity. Look forward to it.
Fantastic episode. A bit of flair with the animation again, some really touching character growth, and a few new faces, too. Also, a special throwback musical surprise.
The only note is that the Saitama Seibu Lions are the baseball team that represents Saitama (including Hannou). They appear to be pretty decent.
Nice, easy-going episode. I said we were back to typical last week, but we’re really back in the normal Susume groove this time: climbing mountains, complaining, having fun anyway. But we’ve got a couple bonuses in a fantastic new OP and some nice character interaction between a pair that we don’t usually see in isolation. I hope you enjoy it.
After that atmospheric miracle what was the first episode, we’re back to more typical territory. Episode 2 doesn’t feel much at all like Yuru Camp (though Yukichi’s back, and he’s actually being used this time; the Yamas (bar Kokona) are rather better off than their hobo Yuru counterparts) and instead recalls the First Season in a number of different ways; especially, the main focus of the episode should remind you of a very similar shopping trip back in the OG. Also, contrasting the perfectly consistent and on-model first episode, there’s some very distinct, stylish animation and a fairly unconventional artstyle this time. Being fairly varied with respect to the visuals has always been one of the more interesting sides of Susume (alas, this season’s OP falls a bit short of the Second’s) (see also: Kancolle, but the game, not the anime), and it’s nice to see that coming back.
Great episode; what else can I say? Oh, right, the notes are what else I can say.