How do you rate episodes 15 of Delicious party♡ On time?
Community Rating: 4.3
Before we get into the actual plot, one thing needs to be said: is it a shrimp? Did they end up with broccoli pizza? Because that sounds like the perfect way to ruin shrimp and pizza . (Broccoli is impotent. Yes, I have a taste for kids.) But since I’ve been told that my preference for white pizza is just as blasphemous, maybe I don’t have room for words.
Anyway, this episode looks like we’re entering the final Set Narcistoru Days. We’ve seen Secretoru’s relationship with him get shorter and shorter over the past few weeks, and his loss to Finale this time around was especially harrowing. He showed it well, but his comments about Finale about how they should be partners was disappointing. On the surface, he’s just laughing at her time as Gentlu, reminding her that she was once under his control, but if we dig a little deeper, he’s probably expressing his concerns about how bad his campaign is. He’s seen how Healing gets stronger with each new player, and Black Pepper’s growing grip on his delicious tone only adds to Narcistoru’s problems. He’s a narcissist, but he’s not stupid, and he probably realizes it would be good to have a stronger partner than his previous associations with Gentlu and Secretoru would suggest. Not that I think he’ll play well with the others, but it speaks to his growing desperation.
Teamwork is the low-key theme of this issue , the focus is on the issue between Pam Pam and Kome Kome. (Poor Mem Mem kinda likes bumps.) As Kome Kome grew up, she became the nasty little sister Pam Pam never expected, and now she’s at a stage where she has to always be right, even if she’s objectively no. Anyway, Pampam has a strong personality, so this does no for her, she’s ready to pack her toys and go home. It means she becomes Narcistoru’s toy is a terrible outcome , because he doesn’t play very well – his mocking version of red light, green light is a good reminder to Pam Pam that Kome Kome can be annoying, but she’s not downright evil.
Narcistoru kidnapping Pam Pam and one more The sinister part does get mentioned in the episode, but remember: Kokone cannot transform without her. While I’m all for her battling evil word problems (the bane of my math class’ existence), the truth is that before Black Pepper came the ending was her own, and if he didn’t come, she’d have to face Narcistoru alone and Motto Ubau-zo. When Precious goes solo, she just has to fight an ordinary, not-so-powerful Ubau-zo and Gentlu, who are nowhere near as powerful as her creator, so being the only girl who can transform without animals, The position Finale is in is really bad mate. It does raise the question of Kome Kome’s new teenage form as to whether other girls will get a Recippi-based transformation in the next few episodes, allowing Kome Kome to become Cure in her own power. I don’t think it will happen (it’s not Luna after all became a live-action version of Magical Girl) but it would be an interesting direction to take away the fear of what happened to Pam Pam this week, and I’m honestly not sure why Kome Kome would continue if something like this wasn’t Part of the endgame, will grow up.
On Word Matters, Shrimp and Broccoli Pizza and Narcistoru Amazing Between the hair, it’s an odd interlude. Not bad by any means, but I do think it might be the over-apparent calm before the storm that marked Narcistoru’s departure. The question is whether they will try to redeem him, or whether he will head to the massive garbage disposal in the sky. I think we’ll see.