Listen to Me, Girls. I’m your Father (First Impressions)


 When life gives you your nieces, you… well, take care of them.

Papa no Iukoto wo Kikinasai, or Listen to me, Girls. I’m your Father (I couldn’t resist the obvious joke. . 😛 ) is a comedy anime adapted from the light novel by Tomohiro Matsu. The story goes like this: Yuuta Segawa is just settling into his new college life away from his older sister Yuri who’s married with three daughters, two of which were from her husband Shingo’s previous marriages. While they are away on a trip, Yuri and Shingo asks Yuuta to watch over their daughters, but when their flight crashes and both are presumed dead, Yuuta volunteers to become their guardian to prevent them from being separated from each other.

So I decided to hold this post off until after the second episode since the plot more or less starts there. The first episode is mostly about establishing the characters before then. So far, this show has mostly averted the Unprovoked Pervert Payback, which I despise. Does anyone ever bother knocking on the door anymore, or at least lock the door? That aside, Sora (the older niece) didn’t hit Yuuta, but she seemed rather upset that he walked into her. But she’s obviously tsundere for Yuuta, I can tell. That aside, it seems like a pretty nice show that’s worth watching.

By the way, is it still considered incest if your step-niece is into you?

This guy here reminds me of Kohta Hirano from High School of the Dead and Itaru Hashida from Steins;Gate. I can tell he's gonna be my new favorite character.

One thought on “Listen to Me, Girls. I’m your Father (First Impressions)

  1. Simplicality

    Well in real life I could see a step-neice having a slight crush on their uncle or something. It seems like it would be a common thing as a child begins developing maturer feelings which would eventually diminish once the child’s older and the feelings begin to point at non family members. Since it’s anime though…. ya it could still be incest since anime’s have a lot of that stuff…

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