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Grand Blue Episode 7

An anime television series adaptation was announced in the Good! Afternoon magazine's fourth issue of 2018 on March 7.[45] The anime series is written and directed by Shinji Takamatsu, with Takamatsu also handling the sound direction, Zero-G produced the animation and Hideoki Kusama designed the characters.[46] It aired from July 14[a] to September 29, 2018, and broadcast on the Animeism programming block on MBS, TBS, BS-TBS, and AT-X. The series is also streamed exclusively on Amazon Video worldwide. The opening theme song titled "Grand Blue" is performed by Shōnan no Kaze, while the ending theme song titled "Konpeki no al Fine" (紺碧のアルフィーネ) is performed by Izu no Kaze (a group formed by Yūma Uchida, Ryohei Kimura, Hiroki Yasumoto, and Katsuyuki Konishi).[47] The series ran for 12 episodes.[48]

Grand Blue Episode 7

In order to reach peak Peek-a-Boo, we're forced to wade through a lot of muck in that first half. The whole sequence is essentially a reprise of Iori and Kohei's struggles with their classmates from back in episode five. The guys all want to come over to the dive shop, ostensibly to knock back some brews, but it's immediately obvious that they really want to determine whether or not Iori is living with Chisa. Iori is understandably afraid for his life, given his friends' homicidal jealousy, so he goes through great pains to hide the evidence of his cohabitation.

This all amounts to a sequence that, despite lasting for almost a full ten minutes, only contains one joke repeated ad nauseum. Chisa, Azusa, and Aina have left their things lying around Iori's room, which the other boys first take for proof of his deceit, until the combination of underwear, makeup, and blonde wigs give them the impression that Iori is secretly a crossdresser. Though I'm never a fan of lame gay panic tropes, this whole routine is more lazy than it is offensive. This tired angle was already played out when it got mixed into the lead-up to the beauty pageant back in episode four, so it plays even more like a cheap rerun here.

Fans of comedy and raunchy humor should absolutely check out Grand Blue. It's a fun, enjoyable distraction from some more dramatic anime. The characters are likable enough, and I am looking forward to the next episode.

There have been several hints in the series that make it appear that the All Blue truly does exist, though only in anime filler episodes. During Sanji's cooking battle in a Loguetown Arc filler episode, it was mentioned that some fish species that should not exist in the East Blue were found due to ocean currents, which made Sanji certain that the All Blue exists. In a Water 7 filler episode, Sanji finds another hint of the All Blue's existence. Salt is brought by the Aqua Laguna from all the seas and Sanji compares it to the All Blue. It is shown to be such a good seasoning that a small amount in food is enough to outclass even his own cooking.[1]

  • Chapters 1 & 2/Episode 1 Ready to begin college, Iori Kitahara throws open the doors to the "Grand Blue" diving shop, and is greeted by naked men playing drinking games.

  • Iori tries to escape, but is manhandled by Tokita and Kotobuki back to the shop .

  • When pressured to engage with the drunken antics of the divers, Iori vehemently declines. One Gilligan Cut later, and Iori is also stripped down to his boxers and filled with booze, just in time to meet his cousin Chisa.

  • Iori tries to avoid the afterparty to make it to his university orientation on time, but Tokita and Kotobuki both assure him that he'll be on time with their help. He does make it, waking up outside the lecture hall in his boxers surrounded by onlookers.

  • Iori realises he doesn't know the way home, and tries to get Chisa to lend him her clothes, earning him a trip with the nice men in blue. Later he tries to get Kouhei to do the same, ending in the same way.

  • For the sake of earning clothes from Kotobuki, Iori lure/trap Kouhei into joining the diving club by sweet talking him that in the university might exist a club full of high school girl that will fall head over heels on Kouhei and became his harem. (which is obviously did not exist.)

  • Tokita and Kotobuki "Welcoming" Kouhei into the Diving club.

  • The first appareance of "Oolong Tea" (90% Vodka + 10% Whiskey) in which will became the running gag of the series onward. Iori complaining that the "Oolong Tea" is different from the one he knows of, His Seniors then replying that the drink have a same color and can be lit on fire. In which retorted by Iori that the fact it can be ignited means it is mostly alcohol.

  • proceeded by Tokita and Kotobuki offering Iori a "water", Iori does not fall for it anyway as he trying to put a fire on the "water" and it lights up.

  • Iori and Kouhei competing/sabotaging each other in order to be the one that will not joining the Diving club, ended up in a drinking contest. In the contest, Kouhei win the 1st round by telling Iori that While he's not looking like one, he's actually an otaku.

  • While failed to make Iori laugh, Kouhei's attempt on making funny faces is actually hilarious.

  • The contest goes on until both Iori and Kouhei wasted from drinking too much. Kotobuki then offered both of them (what is seemingly) water as a refreshment, only for them to realized what Kotobuki just offered is Spirytus with 96% alcohol when they already chug the "water" down. Cue the hilarious reaction from both Iori and Kouhei while shouting "THIS ISN'T WATER!!"

  • Chapters 5 & 6/Episode 3 Iori and Kouhei are being forced to enter the male beauty pageant* pronounced as the boy-con unless they can get Chisa to enter the female beauty pageant. So commences their quest to persuade her, with only one problem in their way: Azusa. Iori's reaction when realized the "Friend" that Nanaka consulted about his orientation in previous episode is actually Azusa. Moreover, Iori can't straighten out the misunderstanding to her as Azusa confessed to him that she's interested in both sexes, making Iori feel awkward to explain to her as Azusa just told Iori her secret.

  • Eventually Azusa does persuade Chisa to participate, but she does so on one condition: both Iori and Kouhei participate too!

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