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Alt title: Komori-san wa Kotowarenai!

Komori-san Can't Decline! Episode 5 - Negishi-san Has It All Covered!

Megumi gets the feeling that Shuri declines her often, and Masako, who insists she won't be declined, seems to be relied upon frequently as the class rep.

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Komori-san Can Be Relied Upon?

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Komori-san Can Be Relied Upon?

Komori-san is strong!

Episode 2

Komori-san is strong!

Komori-san is popular!

Episode 3

Komori-san is popular!

Komori-san Can Do Anything?

Episode 4

Komori-san Can Do Anything?

Negishi-san Has It All Covered!

Episode 5

Negishi-san Has It All Covered!

Otani-kun Wants to Be Asked for Help!

Episode 6

Otani-kun Wants to Be Asked for Help!

The Pool Gets Your Heart Racing!

Episode 7

The Pool Gets Your Heart Racing!

Summer is for Having Fun!

Episode 8

Summer is for Having Fun!

Festivals Are Bittersweet!

Episode 9

Festivals Are Bittersweet!

It's Hard to Decide on a Future Path!

Episode 10

It's Hard to Decide on a Future Path!

It's Easy to Catch Cold This Time of Year!

Episode 11

It's Easy to Catch Cold This Time of Year!

Komori-san Isn't Asked to Do Anything?

Episode 12

Komori-san Isn't Asked to Do Anything?

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ChalamiuS ChalamiuS says

Both shows feature a female main character that has unique problems when it comes to communication.

Morita-san thinks too much before responding, Komori-san can't decline (duh).

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XMrNiceguyX XMrNiceguyX says

Two comedy shows with a heavy focus on "Sket", which is short for "SKET (Support, Kindness, Encouragement, and Troubleshoot)" (SOURCE: WIKI). While this is one main similarity, the somewhat ecchi undertones and strong focus on humor are another.

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YuiYui YuiYui says

Both follow the story of a young girl and have short episodes. they also have aspects of people relying on the main in the story. However both don't have much character development and limited story, even so I believe if you liked one you should enjoy the other xx