She is Hanabatake Yoshiko, and she's an idiot through and through. She loves bananas, and she loves her childhood friend Akkun.
She's Here! Aho Girl!
Aho Girl Multiplies!
Security in Senior Citizenship! Aho Girl!
Charge! Aho Girl!
Summertime! Aho Girl!
A Hot Summer! Aho Girl
The Gal! Aho Girl!
Like an Angel! Aho Girl!
Festival! Aho Girl!
Drive! Aho Girl!
Final Battle! Decisive Blow! Aho Girl
Meeting... And! Aho Girl
Glad to join the reviewers who have nothing to say other than "funny", there is a comment section for that.If anyone is looking for an actual review...Aho Girl is a show featuring Yoshiko, a girl with IQ less than a monkey's and A-kun a straight-man guy (trope not sexuality) of which we never have enough of (ey shinpachi).A-kun is always taking care of Yoshiko despite her crazyness and overall idiocy.The premise is fun but, not sure if it's just not my cup of banana but Yoshiko is more annoying than funny, her overreactions are more of a reason to punch the screen rather than to bathe it in saliva from laughing.Another annoying thing which is probably the total mood killer for me, is A-kun's overuse of the word Aho when adressing Yoshiko. You ever get that cringe-ish feeling when they use the title of the work in dialogue when refering to a core element? This is exactly it, just more forced and overused.But, it is certainly not garbage. The character interactions are funny, we get a lot of them played out like we never would have guessed in this... spineless and dense main character world.P.S. Oh boy can't wait till the tsundere joins in. (/sarcasm)
As of episode 4: Humor: While keeping with the tried and true anti-sexual straight man + wacky pervy girl 4-koma high school formula, Aho Girl keeps the gags fresh enough to keep you entertained, but may feel a bit cringy for some due to the occasional immature jokes. It's one of those anime that you will have a hard time defending (as I have here), but if you're like me you'll still keep on looking forward to the next episode's release. Characters: The cast is likeable enough and unique enough to keep you engaged, but so far they are pretty flat. Don't expect a deep character-driven story out of this one. Honestly though, i think if you watch to about 4:18 in the first episode you'll know whether you'll like it or not. (or watch till 5:30 to meet the best character Yoehiko's mom - "chirda")
Based on 8 episodes Just by reading the description of this show you should be aware of what you are getting into, its a show not ment to be taken seriously it only exists so you can have a good laugh. The entire strength of this show comes from its comedy and that's my problem here, the comedy is mostly a hit or miss. Each episode is divided into several gags, now I laughed my ass of at the first 2 episodes but after that a lot of the jokes felt a bit repetitive with only a few new and good jokes coming along once in a while, as the episodes increased my boredom also increased. Yoshiko's stupidity was always used as a silly excuse as a joke but it became so stale after a while. The characters themselves are pretty one-dimensional, they exist purely to set up a joke and it completely backfires when the jokes fail. The voice acting however is excellent Yoshiko is voiced by Yuuki Aoi a very talented voice actress and she really brings Yoshiko to life with all the screaming some people may find this annoying, it didnt bother me. A-kun is voiced by the legendary Sugita Tomokazu, yes it is Gintoki. The supporting characters also have great voice acting as well. Yes I am actually reccomending you watch this show, its medicore (hence the 5/10) but there are genuinely some good jokes.
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