What you get if Satou-kun of Welcome to the NHK was a teacher who's gloomier than usual and is on the verge of suicide. The show starts off with our protagonist, Nozomu Itoshiki, attempting suicide by hanging himself in a park only to be saved by Kafuka Fuura, a happy-go-lucky high school girl who can see only the positive things in life. So, a chanced meeting that should have never occured then?
Tried and tested.
And so, she manages to talk him out of it(for the time being anyway) and from the preceding conversation, their vastly contrasting personalities show as Fuura names him the Pink Supervisor and shares her past experiences about her parents which is nothing short of amusing(in a gloomy way)
So he was hanging himself because he was...
We later find out he turns out to be a homeroom teacher at her school, and we're given an insight of how he acts around his students, spreading his gloominess and hopelessness about. We also discover the origins behind the show's unfortunate title.
And you thought you had an awful name.
That pretty much concludes the first episode, although they managed to include some fanservice shots in between.
Most annoying form of censorship since Cover Crows from Air Gear. Instant boner-killer. :@
A pretty good show judging from the first episode, with its dark sense of humor akin to NHK and stylized animation. Episode 2 is out as I post this(I usually get hold off 1 or 2 episodes before I start a new series) so I guess I'll stop now and start watching. Shin out.