Miyamo Chio, a first-year at the completely ordinary high school Samejima Academy. Chio just wants to get through her school life without standing out too much, but for some reason, all kinds of obstacles await her along the path she takes to school. Her long-time friend Nonomura Manana, who's trying to quit being an otaku; the flawless Hosokawa Yuki, who occupies the top caste in the school; and lots of nameless people about town find themselves in Chio's path as she employs the (useless) techniques she's acquired from her Western video games in her daily efforts to get to school.
Because the School Is There / Chio-chan and Hosokawa-san
Bloody Butterfly Effect / Manana, Ootoro, and Me / Bump of Slave
Bloody Butterfly Effect 2 / The Kabaddic Four
Smoke on the Sailor / Taking the Cherry Blossom in Your Hand / Manana's School Road
Thank You, George / Mananacchio
Everyone's Own Path / Chio-chan Eludes
Convenience Store Chio-chan / Chio-chan and the Duel / Remnants of That Day
Yuki-chan Doesn't Care / Chio Fisher / Momo-chan's Story
Chio-chan Changes Her Image / Flat Cut
Shinozuka-san, Sugar Content, and the Press Conference / Thousand Spring / Andou and George
Chio in the Middle of the Night / Apocri!
Just One Masterful Method / Yuki-chan Bares It All
I'm usually not super into gag type anime/manga, just because the comedy doesn't always click for me culturally. I wasn't expecting a lot when I started watching Chio's School Road- I was just looking for something light & breezy to watch before work. This show exceeded my expectations. It actually had me laughing to myself atleast once every episode. The characters were interesting, and considerably fleshed out given that it is only a 12 episode gag series. I watched the series dubbed, and thought that the wide range of voices and monologue each character used really fit in well. A lot of the times, it wasn't what the character said, but how they said it that made it so funny. There are also a few skits per episode, and I could never tell where it was going to take me- I throughly enjoyed each episode, and not one of them felt dull, or like they were running out of jokes to make. It all fit very well in together., and the pacing was just right. tldr: If you're looking for some comedy that doesn't take itself ((or you)) too serious, I would highly suggest this- And, I'd be interested in coming back to watch for a second season!
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