Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai – Episode 06


Also, this week’s post comes with fewer errors when it comes to reference spotting!

We begin this week with a flashback of the time Kodaka planned to tell his childhood friend (who is totally not Yozora, by the way) that he was moving away. He told not-Yozora that he had something important to tell her the next day, and she said that she also had something important to say. But when the next day came, not-Yozora was nowhere to be found.

Back in the present, summer vacation has arrived, and Yozora asks if anyone has plans, revealing that despite being in a club all about making friends, not one of them has made any friends, and that Kodaka’s reputation has worsened if anything. Sena asks if anyone has done karaoke before, because she never has. Yozora explains that she’s gone to every karaoke box in the city, with her air friend Tomo-chan, remember her? She’s still around, technically…

Sena claims she doesn’t want to take part in filthy peasant activities like karaoke, even though she clearly wants to, so Yozora gets her to beg to be able to come with. There was a bizarre saxophone track playing in the background of this entire scene, I would have loved to see the composer working on that.

So Sena tells her father that she’s going to karaoke with everyone, and the next day, everyone shows up, telling Kodaka and Kobato their times of arrival like they’re in one of the more basic puzzles from a Professor Layton game.

When they arrive at their destination, Yozora thinks that the pricing is a scam, as their charging on a per person basis, not per room. So Yozora and Sena decide to beat the system and pay individually, not realising that they’ll all end up in separate rooms. So they both get rooms for themselves, whilst Kodaka gets for everyone else, so that the remaining four all end up in the same room. So Yozora and Sena just sit there, by themselves.

When Kodaka and his group finish, they see the other two sitting, looking half-dead, explaining that there’s a point scoring mode, so they ended up competing with each other, managing to fight despite being in completely separate rooms.

On the way back, Yozora explains that the club will still remain active throughout the summer. Sena starts arguing with her, attracting attention from everyone in the street, so Yozora takes it upon herself to give Sena a verbal beatdown, causing her to run away.

Later on, Sena rejoins the group to tell Kodaka that her father wants to meet him, and he agrees to stop by at some point during the summer. When Yozora gets curious as to why this is, Kodaka begins to explain, but Sena cuts him off, telling him to keep it a secret, getting Yozora angry.

Yay! I didn’t incorrectly assume something wasn’t a reference! This is because I didn’t bring up any references at all, I win! I’m such a genius. (Note the obvious sarcasm)

8 Responses to “Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai – Episode 06”

  1. 1 Kwandao
    14 November 2011 at 4:50 am

    Good review!

    Just wondering, why does the blurb on the right column of the site start with “irashaimasen”? That’s the negative form of “irasshaimase”, is it just a mistake or are you trying to make perverts feel unwelcome?

    • 2 Gooney
      14 November 2011 at 12:22 pm

      You know, I never would have noticed that were it not for you. Sorry, can’t help you there, Blindability might be able to help you out on that one, I only joined the blog a few months ago.

  2. 15 November 2011 at 9:35 am


  3. 17 November 2011 at 4:58 am

    Rika licked microphone!

    Fuc*k yeah…!

  4. 21 November 2011 at 3:55 am

    I really enjoyed reading your post!

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