Welcome to the We Never Learn discussion thread where you can talk about the plot, characters and episodes overall.
We Never Learn Alias: Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai, BokuBen, We Can't Study Studio: Arvo Animation, Silver Adaptation: Taishi Tsutsui's manga Genres: Comedy, School, Harem, Romance Episodes: 13 Release Date: April 7th, 2019 Streaming: Crunchyroll, FunimationNow, Hulu
Plot: His late father always said that a useless man should strive to be useful, so to that end, third-year high school student Nariyuki Yuiga dedicated himself to becoming a high-achieving student in his school, despite his history of poor grades. In order to give his destitute family a better life, his ultimate goal is to obtain the special VIP nomination, a prestigious scholarship covering all future university tuition fees. Although Nariyuki could feasibly be a shoe-in for the nomination, he is constantly overshadowed by classmates Rizu Ogata and Fumino Furuhashi in mathematics and literature, respectively.
To his delight, Nariyuki receives the nomination, but there's a catch: he has to tutor his two star classmates, who are each hopelessly mediocre at the other’s subject of expertise! To make matters worse, the subjects they are horrible at are the same subjects they want to pursue for their future. As the time to submit university applications draws nearer, Nariyuki must find an effective tutoring method for the girls before it's too late.
You know it is a love angle/triangle when there are two. When it is three or more, it is a harem.
Tutor anime - similar to Quintessential Quintuplets except we have 3 non blood related girls, two of them excel in one field buy fail everything else. The sport girl fails at everything and schools accept well rounded athletes. She is not part of the principal's task for the tutor.
Ep 3 - 2nd half has the cliche of making the tomboy feminine enough as her classmates help her woo the protagonist
1st half crams math girl with udon and literature girl who was sick. Both passed their midterms
I love the princess carry contest
A roughly balanced episode in terms of showcasing the girls
I think we continue and finish off the visit at the teacher's place only to run into glasses girl who was delivering noodles.
Because the protagonist's mother was sick, he volunteer to work at the lingerie store called "Jelly" something. He was in the mall mascot outfit and had to do some risque things until the blue haired girl saw him unmasked once the store manager arrive back from taking care of her sick daughter
This episode was full of harem cliches and fateful encounters but it was still good nonetheless. Didn't feel cheesy or old. I had fun.
Asumi Kominami is the new character introduced. She's the shortest one (like that scene where the 3 main girls meet her and glasses girl was comparing her height) and the senpai
I am confused with this show's characters. I thought it was 3 main love interests
The teacher had an episode with fan service. I dismissed it as the teacher wasn't really the love interest. When Asumi shows up, she reminded me of the teacher with harem antics as well. She even got him to pretend they are in a relationship in front of the doctor father.
It would be fair to say the anime is no longer equal on the three main girls in terms of representation. The blue haired girl was the wing woman. She was helping the swimmer girl and the protagonist fixed misunderstandings.
It was full of cliches like texting right behind them in the park. Yet, it still felt natural. This harem show is just a happy show. Not too ecchi. That would please people who can't tolerate ecchi.
Fumino Furuhashi gets the final spotlight (the two didn't get the last train and was forced to pretend to be brother and sister and share one bed in the same room and somehow holding each other) as everyone else appeared with minor scenes and fan service of the harem cliche which doesn't feel tiring for some reason during the festival
Taka: When I first got Disney Plus last year?, it didn't have a lot back then either. I think they added some new movies especially new ones. Like HBO Max and the defunct DC Universe, they are trying to focus on newer exclusive shows instead of building their
Nov 13, 2020 23:31:32 GMT
Taka: pre-existing library. Wreck it Ralph is worth it. The sequel might not be as good but it's still fun to watch.
Nov 13, 2020 23:32:11 GMT
Old Man Dream: Just got done with Tarzan. I'll get around to posting a review for it sometime later today.
Nov 14, 2020 16:24:41 GMT
Old Man Dream: Tarzan review is up. Now getting into uncharted territory with Disney film's I've yet to see. Next in the retrospective, Fantasia 2000.
Nov 14, 2020 20:48:26 GMT
Old Man Dream: Fantasia 2000's done. See if I can get a review for it up sometime tonight.
Nov 15, 2020 0:27:24 GMT
Taka: Oh I see next Mon is a holiday in Japan hence why today is a big amount of manga releases and news of upcoming manga. Edit: The holiday is Labor Thanksgiving Day which is on Nov. 23.
Nov 21, 2020 1:24:38 GMT
Old Man Dream: Wanted to pass along that I'm done with Lilo and Stitch as of a half-hour ago. Not sure if I'll get a review up tonight. But if not, should more than likely get it done sometime tomorrow.
Nov 23, 2020 2:14:47 GMT
Master Monster Menos: Back after my job had me laid off and ended up having to relocate afterwards. Your usual updates will return from here. Thank you Taka for your help as always.
Nov 23, 2020 13:48:45 GMT
Taka: I was going to comment more. I have to write up my daily reports. I got a 2nd job, it's a temporary job online regarding social media and COVID-19 outreach towards an ethnic community. I woke up at a weird time but I slept more than 10 hours due to feeling
Nov 24, 2020 14:07:40 GMT
Taka: sick or something. The 2019 manga project and the Best Anime Vice stuff will be posted before the end of November. I will get it done.
Nov 24, 2020 14:07:41 GMT