This series starts out being an extremely average love story, doing absolutely nothing worth noting (nor even remembering) for the first third or so of the series. Kid moves back into a childhood town, meets old friends, tries to reestablish bonds with said friends, etc. etc. However, after that part of the series is out of the way, After this point (and all the subsequent face palming done during these first few episodes whilst wondering why you bother to continue this series), they start to throw interesting story arcs at you, giving you a new feel and understanding for each of the characters in the story. At this point, unfortunately, the average viewer will have lost most of their will to continue/care overly about any of the characters. If you are still going by this point, you will be somewhat surprised with the story, and able to enjoy the unusual themes that are explored in this series, which is what truly sets it apart from most other love/comedy series.
Side note: if you are easily annoyed by terribly annoying voice actors, you may want to avoid the series. You have been warned.
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