That Other Rie Show F #01 — A Journey of Rediscovery

January 6th, 2012


I just realized that I have no memory at all of what the last two seasons of this show were about.


It’s actually quite a blessing that they didn’t spend any of this recapping past events. For one, the entire episode was filled with revelations of path happenings. Like "Oh yeah, Colbert’s tapping Kirche," and "That’s right, the sword can talk, can’t it?" It’s even more fortunate because they can now safely rehash season two without anybody being the wiser. It’s time for them to A.) Join the clergy because the androgynous pope makes all their ovaries tingle and that’s our ‘quest’ for the season apparently, and B.) Tiff to summon a hero, and the only person that makes her ovaries tingle is Saito. However could this turn out? Louise has to yell at him to go do her be with her if he likes her so much, so hey! We’ve got our melodrama for the season all charted out already too. Throw in another fighter plane or a tank and we’re ready to roll.

So pretty much business as usual around here. At least for awhile. About five minutes from the end, JC Staff apparently gassed the writer’s room. With what is better left to the imagination. There’s the least secure castle ever, without a single guard within earshot, even after the villains du jour apparently blew up a wall. Then somehow, everybody’s on the roof. Muttonchops also hits Saito with his only weakness, a small rock. Maybe we should have had that come from behind Saito, eh? Or maybe a surprise attack instead of floating into the air right in front of him, compressing, then finally actually moving. Then it wasn’t until morning that the guards arrived to take away Muttonchops in chains while Saito and Louise make out in front of Tiff’s balcony, making her moist.


A whole lot of blasphemy.

Posted in Zero no Tsukaima | 14 Comments »

14 Shouts From the Peanut Gallery

  • Anonymous says:

    You joke about them giving Saito a tank…

  • H2O says:

    Why are they all dressed up as Index in the preview

    • Benigmatica says:

      Maybe it’s because J.C.Staff animated both shows…

      On the other hand, Kadokawa Group owns Dengeki Bunko (Index) and Media Factory (Zero no Tsukaima).

  • Nan says:

    You know, I enjoyed this series when it first started. It was a minor delusional slippery slope plot, but thats what was amusing about it. Then the slippery slope got deeper, and evolved into a slippery black hole. Sigh.

  • guest says:

    lol nice landing

  • MR.KLAC says:

    all we need now big IF pull a whole travel to saito’s world aka japan.

    really if this last one yea make it happen.

  • Anonymous says:

    “I just realized that I have no memory at all of what the last two seasons of this show were about.”

    You lucky son of a bitch.

  • jingoi says:

    I have no memory of anything else except Siesta’s naked apron.
    Will be back for BD fanservice episode!

  • momo-chan says:

    ….. what is zero no tsukaima about again??? fanservice, oh yea that’s right -.-

  • backspace says:

    I remember liking the first two seasons of this more than I liked the first two seasons of Shana. Still can’t really work up the desire to sit through another season, though.

  • Rincewind says:

    I only know one thing about this series. Tiffania!! <3

  • dispo says:

    I watched all of the previous seasons but i really can’t remember a damn thing either. All I remember is that they got married and them immediately forgot, which made me completely furious.

  • albedo says:

    Completely forgot about Tabitha’s addition to the harem. Was also a decent reminder in there about her dragon’s special ability… becoming an annoying teenage girl.