What They Say:
Have issues with depression, erectile dysfunction, dementia, or even with your love life? Don’t worry, as the psychologist Ryo and his nurse Asuna will seriously try to help you understand these mental disorders all while laughing in this comedy anime!
Content: (please note that content portions of a review may contain spoilers)
With some callback material to earlier episodes with a certain exhibitionist, the show has some fun here from the start with Ryo heading into the bar to give her some advice, only to discover he’s working there as a bartender. Ryo obviously doesn’t want to be known as someone who frequents a place like that, which turns to plenty of hilarious moments of the exhibitionist stripping his jacket aside. Things do progress a bit past that thankfully, and we get the young woman with him revealing what she really wants from him, which is for him to make her a woman. Of course, she does it in a way that’s really cute and sexy at the same time, but Ryo of course takes it totally into a different area psychologically, about the way people handle things and psych themselves up to deal with important things, like what she asks. His advice is rather interesting in that psyching yourself up is counterproductive in the end, and it’s best to just relax and follow through rather than stressing over it.
Jumping into this series at this point isn’t too big of a problem because it is a fairly straightforward gag comedy in its overall structure. Once you know the basics of who is who, you can just run with it. The show is referential enough so you know what’s going on here and it has some fun with mild sleight of hand with what it really wants to do. It’s silly and goofy, but it also dispenses some basic common sense kind of stuff as well, especially when it comes to what stresses people and how some days are regularly worse than others. I doubt this is the last we’ve seen of our exhibitionist though, and hopefully that’s true since he adds a pretty fun and wacky element here for Ryo to deal with.
Streamed By: Viewster
Sony KDL70R550A 70″ LED 1080P HDTV, Apple TV via HDMI set to 1080p, Onkyo TX-SR605 Receiver and Panasonic SB-TP20S Multi-Channel Speaker System With 100-Watt Subwoofer.