|Dragon Ball Z was long enough with only 7...|
So, we got Keima trying to work out how many more loose souls there is left to catch and how much game time he's missed out on. Elsea tells him it's about 60,000. Apparently, Keima expected 7. So he wasn't too pleased about this. One thing i find great about this, is that they've finally stopped Keima from blushing all the time. He hardly ever did in the manga, unless he was doing something capture related. So now the anime really is living up to it's manga counterpart.
|He's still the same old Keima.|
Keima ends up deciding to try and go ahead with Chihiro after she gets rejected by some guy, only to find out she actually confessed to most handsome guys she see's. The two of them get into a fight, and Keima gets called a Cockroach. Keima gets pretty depressed.
He ends up completely shutting himself off from the real world again. Becoming an "Ultimate NEET" as Elsea calls him. Is that even how you spell Elsea? I'll check for the next episode. He ends up collapsing from hunger only for Ayumi (See TWGOK Episode 1) to try and cheer him up. And with that, the credits roll.
So, all in all this was a good episode. It was very funny. I was laughing throughout most of the episode and now i'm really looking forward to episode 6, the halfway point for the series. I'm really hoping we'll get a TWGOK season 3. I'd love to see Tenri/Diana animated.