A Corpse By Evening
The Juumonji Incident
Before anybody thinks it. No, no I’m not being lazy with the following blog post, I’m just really getting into character. Honest injun. A tribute to what Oreki is, really. Honestly, a blog post like this should just be lauded and put on a pedestal in some museum in Europe.
First episode. A quiz show, starring Saturn. A pointless one-sided rivalry develops. Chitanda returns from a largely pointless journey, provides racy pictures. They are incredibly cute. She then sets off for another fruitless journey to the School Paper club. The mysterious Juumonji strikes the Occult or whatever club. Oreki is paid a visit by some Gardening Club guy. After those photos, his eyes immediately drift towards the guys open fly. Oreki Trade Quest Part 2: Dress Pin traded for Water Gun. Mayaka discusses the rivoting topic of reviewing manga. This has nothing to do with me, so I will not expand upon it further. A cooking team is formed for day 2. Mayaka is does not manage to find her manga. Nandeee?
Second episode. Mayaka agrees to make a poster for the manga club, half jeopordizing he crucial role in the cook-off. Oreki is left alone to do what he does best. Juumonji is gaining small publicity with his petty thefts. Irisu teaches Chitanda how to solicit favors from men. Oreki’s favorite time doing nothing is interrupted by talking pumpkins. Huzzah, trade quest part 3: Water gun traded for package of flour. Could this be used for something, like in cooking? That’s silly talk, stop talkin’ silly. Pointless rivalry escalates. WILDFIRE! Satoshi’s cooking, like every part of him, is painfully average. Will you ever be special at anything Satoshi? On the other hand, Chitanda is brillianto. Yet they waste all of their food. Uh oh, spaghettios. Mayaka arrives late for her turn, with no food left. What does she do. What does she do. What does she do. Oreki displays outlandish amounts of effort, and in a surprise move, hands off his flour for the cause. Classics Club wins, Juumonji strikes once more.
Third episode. Oreki displays the face of absolute terror. Chitanda curiousity claims it’s victim again. Oreki is placed on the detective platter against his will. A.B.C murders makes it’s way into the game. Juumonji stands for 10 letters; A I U E O, Ka Ki Ku Ke Ko. Oreki is smart Satoshi, you will never amount to him. Give up. Chitanda’s 3rd pointless venture is equally pointless. The News Club is sparking with Juumonji related activity. Now why did Juumonji want to emulate the A.B.C murders? Oreki is heated up for Chitanda again. More importantly, the trade quest continues! Flour traded for cosplay mirror. Satoshi messes up at the Magic Club. Like expected. Why does he even try. Mayaka is harassed, proving that vocaloids are the root of all evil.
Chitanda is getting nowhere fast, tiring her poor soul out.
Mayaka feels despondant over the behind the back talk, simply wanting to share a source of her passion.
Satoshi grows ever envious of his friend’s abilities, wishing to match up to the potential he beholds.
Oreki surfs the internet at night, because has nothing better to do.
Good batch of episodes, delving into the group as individuals. Oreki is the bestest.