Yes! The episode I've been waiting for a long time coming finally gets released! Hinted in magazines like Newtype ages ago, we know that Louise's sisters will be introduced at one point of the show, embodying one of the anime female archetypes that one would identify with ease after a while. So indeed, we are introduced to not only the sisters but the entire family, including Louise's mother and father. Urk. Anyway, appearing within seconds of the first episode, we have, Eleanor, a bespectacled super tsundere(even more extreme compared to Louise and that's saying a lot) and goes to the magic academy to drag Louise back home in order for the latter to be betrothed.
No prizes for guessing what happens next...
With both Saito and Siesta in tow, we arrive at the Valière's mansion to be greeted by Louise's other sister, the soft spoken, gentile, sickly yet "healthy" (if you know what I mean) Cattleya who immediately peaks Saito's interest with her, uh, physique.
Vegeta, what does the scouter say about her tsundere level?
A walking pillar of turn-ons.
We then turn our attention to the melancholic Siesta, who comments on the lack of progress in Saito and Louise's relationship and that she is Louise's equal as women. She acknowledges her own
breast size extraordinary points and feels she has a fighting chance(you go girl!) The best part of the show is the encounter between Siesta and Louise in Saito's room when both of them sneak into his room. Well, I think this image best explains what happens.
Speaking of encounters, Saito himself gets himself into a bind when he accidentally walks into Eleanor's room. Uh oh. Moving on, after a word of advice from Cattleya, Saito walks up to Louise and expresses his love for her (awww) and they both start making out on a boat (woot!) Of course, just before they get to the "main event" the boat runs aground, and are surrounded by Louise's parents (whoops) Of course, being badass he is, Saito draws his sword with one hand and runs off with Louise with the other.
You lost me
He's pimp, that's what he is.
Good episode, simply because we get to see the entire family and that yuri scene. Also, we get to see more of the two sisters in later episodes(thank god), and judging from the preview, which looks to be another exciting episode as well. Shin out.