Now in their third year of school, Nagasumi continues to evade death at the hands of San and Luna's over-protective fathers and their merfolk mafia. Everyone hopes to get placed in the same class again this year, but Nagasumi is instead placed into a class full of oddball delinquents and a teacher named Shark – a teacher who then orders everyone to kill each other! While Nagasumi fights for his life in school, on the weekends he gets to date San and take her out to movies and maid cafes. With danger always around the corner in Nagasumi’s presence, he’s constantly rushing to everyone’s rescue, leaving a very worried San in return. Will Nagasumi manage to escape this semester unscathed?
Itoshiki Nozomu continues to live his life in despair, unable to see the good in living... not that his homeroom class really helps matters! Mixing this suicidal teacher with his diverse and sometimes psychotic class often leads to some of the most bizarre situations. Even receiving Valentine's chocolates ends up with everyone deciding that full-blown otakus are the only citizens capable of keeping national secrets. Though whether it's discussing the hidden battles that are often far more complicated and more violent than ones that are broadcast, or lamenting that the changing world often means that nothing is quite as good as the original, it isn't surprising that Itoshiki is not the only one that’s left in despair.
Both anime have really strange characters that get into all sorts of mischief and trouble. From Sensei with a highly depressed teacher with his weird students to Seto with mermaids actually going to school on land you can't go wrong with the randomness of both anime. Check out one if you liked the other!