Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai: My Cell Phone has Few Calls

Hey minna,
back from my forced hiatus with Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai.  The gang starts off the summer with lazy days in the club room, but the only problem is lack of communication in the club schedule. So, to remedy the situation, Rika suggests they exchange phone numbers to contact each other when they can or cannot come to club.  Apparently this is culture shock to Kodaka and Yozora, who never thought a cell phone could 1.) send phone to phone messages 2.) contact other cell phones 3.) exchange addresses wirelessly 4.) do other things besides look up karaoke locations.

Cell phones aside, let’s take a look at the real story here….RIKA DISCOVERS YURI!! Finally, she’s going full on with the eechi genius bit, and her perversions don’t stop there. She even makes it a point to make Kodaka into a pervert as well.  Before you know it, she’ll be writing fan-ficiton centered around the threesome that is Kodaka, Sena, and Yozora…

Even though Sena misses out on most of the cell phone fun because she doesn’t have one herself, she is able to catch the tail-end of the excitement by exchanging phone numbers with Kodaka and planning to get Yozora’s number secretly and spam her (or whatever her plans are). But Yozora beats her to the punch and sends some sort of prank mass spam to her phone. Although her plan backfires, when she walks right into Kodaka’s arms, so to speak, teary-eyed ready to receive his caring affection.  By the way, is it just me, or does it seem like running out of the room squeaking “Idiot Yozora!” is Sena’s go-to for tight situations?

Next episode seems to feature more swimsuit fanservice, looks like fun.
Until next time,
– BeldenOtaku

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6 thoughts on “Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai: My Cell Phone has Few Calls

  1. Being a basic (non-smart) cell phone user myself (yes, we DO exist) I thought the scene with Kodaka and Yozora discovering smart phones for the first time was a real hoot— especially with the way Yozora uses her phone to taunt Sena.

    I think it’s great that the show doesn’t use fan service as a crutch and that it can succeed just fine on the merits of its humour alone.

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