Alex: Clocking in at 8 episodes, you’d be hard pressed to say that after the averageness of Mitsudomoe’s first season, they didn’t take any care in choosing what to use. Yeah, the second season of Mitsudomoe only has the best parts of the original material adapted, and leaves out any parts which could be fishy/suspicious/not work as well. Did this work? Well, yes.
You find that every comedy has that one scene or that one skit which always works really well. Mitsudomoe’s second season is composed entirely and only out of those jokes. I’ve already written about the style of humor that this show uses, its perverted, it’s nonsensical and its hard to like at times. But for every joke you don’t joke, there’s probably one you will like.
Somehow I ended up reviewing a comedy series yet again, which are probably my least favorite to review, based on the simple fact that I can’t say whats good about it and what isn’t, because that changes from person to person. All I can say about it is that the ratio of good jokes to bad jokes is much more in favor of the good jokes, it’s lighthearted, full of fun and won’t make you cringe as much as you would have at the first season.
Alex’s Score: 7.5 Meeps out of 10 (Good)