What? Cheap D jokes over and over? Surely, you jest!
— On the bright side, the first three minutes feature a recap of some of last week’s information and the OP. Right off the bat, I can already skip over ten percent of the episode. See, when you’re watching these terrible shows, you gotta take solace in the little things. It’s the only way you’ll ever get through the day.
— Oh wow, there’s another guy in this story! How much do you want to bet, however, that he’s an asshole? ‘Cause this is a harem anime, and as result, no other male must pose a threat to the harem lead whatsoever.
— Yep, Major Loki wants Yuu to kill the D. Don’t worry, Loki. Just looking at you is enough to kill the D.
— Apparently, Yuu is supposed to be the strongest Fafnir of them all. The only male D in the entire world? Thus by default, he’s also the best D in the world. He merely summoned a gun in the previous episode, because he’s holding out on these girls. They have yet to see the true Yuu D.
— By the way, here’s a quick glimpse of the White Leviathan. I hope that’s the dragon’s backside that I’m staring at, or one of these girls will be in for a very painful honeymoon.
— At a school assembly, Mitsuki encourages the betrothed to come forward and identify herself. This way, they can stash the unlucky D away from the dragon’s hungry eyes.
— Mitsuki swears that the Ds will fight without giving up an inch. Heh.
— Yuu eventually has to go look for Iris, because she’s been avoiding everyone. Psst, she’s the unlucky D.
— Here, you see Iris showing Yuu her mark. Apparently, the girl doesn’t wear a bra. She had also intended to kill herself, but she chickened out at the last minute. Still, she’s afraid to turn into a dragon and kill all of her friends. Yeah, I hate it too when that happens.
— Don’t worry, Iris! The harem lead will never let you kill your friends! Trust him! He’s got a foolproof plan!
— Later, Yuu and Mitsuki discuss the predicament on their hands. Uh, I think I’ve expanded enough for the day.
— Our hero ends up explaining everything to his imouto, including what NIFL wants him to do. The siblings begin to fight over who gets to kill Iris. Guys, guys… we can all kill Iris. Chill. Family shouldn’t fight like this.
— But on a more serious note, Mitsuki pretty much says that her hands are already stained with blood. Remember the story about the two krakens, and how they had to kill a former classmate of theirs? Yeah, Mitsuki is probably referring to that, and I guess she doesn’t want Yuu to have to become a murderer as well. It’ll ruin him for marriage, after all.
— After that conversation with Mitsuki, Yuu tells Loki that he’ll take the job. Loki replies, “I won’t do anything that’ll interfere with your work.” I believe him. He seems like a trustworthy character.
— The truth is, it’s up to Yuu to defend Iris from would-be NIFL assassins. As he gets to her room, he runs into Lisa. She’s blonde, so she’s tsundere. Just like that, we know all we need to know about her character. But if it must be spelled out, she’s fiercely loyal to people whom she considers to be her family. She adamantly insists, however, that she hasn’t accepted the male D. Oh, she will. It’s just a matter of when.
— Also, she won’t accept the sister D. Lisa confirms it for us that Mitsuki had killed a former classmate. Ah well, Mitsuki did what she had to do. What are you going to do? Let two tentacled creatures have its way with Japan?
— In Iris’s fancy room, she gets a giant, big screen monitor that lets her see her classmates floating there in the sky. Just floating… floating…
— Like every loser harem lead out there, Yuu is appalled that Iris has barely any clothes on… except, y’know, a pink gown that covers up enough of her body… APPALLED!
— As they sit there, watching their friends float with extreme vigilance — yeah, they’re still floating — Yuu just happens to catch a glimpse of some girl’s panties. As a result, Iris wants to show him her panties. That’s right, she’s doing it out of thanks, man.
— But Yuu rejects her gesture of gratitude, because he’s just not a very sex positive kind of guy.
— With that matter settled, the two decide that they should shower. Why? With Iris’s dragon fiance literally knocking on their doors, is this really the time to shower? Why couldn’t the harem lead just shower before he got here? Oh right, it’s a harem anime. Duh. In any case, Iris insists that Yuu shower first, because reasons.
— Then as the dude stands there amidst all the hot water, Iris tries to pop into the shower as well in order to surprise him with a back-washing session. Nope, no male D here, a truth that Iris finds all too painful.
— Later, Yuu wants to know why Iris keeps insisting on doing perverted things with him. Like, what’s her deal, man! She replies, “Because Mononobe was the one who was most kind to me.” Yep, she’s basically throwing herself at him because he was nice. All the nice guys out there are pumping their fists with excitement: “I fucking knew it! If I’m nice to a girl, she owes me sex!”
— Hey, let’s check up on those friends of ours… yep, still floating. Hang though, guys!
— As Iris finally falls asleep, the anime wants us to go to sleep too, so it shows us a flashback of a younger Yuu and Mitsuki. What useful information did we learn here? Oh, just the fact that Mitsuki has wanted to marry her own damn brother ever since she was young.
— Then as Yuu wakes up from his dreams, he hears some ominous voice saying something about the price being his memories. Maybe that’s how he became a D.
— HONEEEEEYYYY, I’M HOOOOOOOOOOME!!!
— BAE, WHERE ARE YOU?! I’M STARVING!
— Anyway, that’s it for this week’s episode. Tune in next week for some more cheap D jokes.