Riko is hopeless when it comes to boys. That is, until she ends up with a robotic boyfriend who is programmed to be her perfect man! Of course, a robot is nothing compared to a real man… or is he?
I think this show will be sweet, a bit fun, but nothing remarkable.
Aibu Saki comes across as very childish, in both the roles I’ve seen her act in. Perhaps she is typecast, I’m not sure, and I’m not sure if it annoys me or not.
Anyway, I want to keep this separate from the manga, and enjoy it as a seperate entity. I think I will. There are some amusing bits, nothing really over the top funny, but bits that made me smile. Some parts felt a bit too over the top for me.
One part I did enjoy was the careful placement of scenery in certain scenes. (0_0)
I will enjoy the love triangle that is emerging. Or is that perhaps love square?
TagsAibu Saki, drama, Hayami Mokomichi, Mizushima Hiro, review, Zettai Kareshi