Peter Grill and the Philosopher's Time Super Extra - Fall 2022 Preview Guide

Peter Grill and the Philosopher’s Time Super Extra – Fall 2022 Preview Guide


What is this?

Between suppressing a goblin incursion, improving business negotiations with the dwarves, and appeasing a watchful sister who might go berserk to keep him in line, Peter interrupts his work for him. He’s the most sought-after hero in the land… and that’s before counting the countless women interested in his “other” talents. It will take every last scrap of Peter’s will to keep his focus on the championship in yet another sinister season of Peter Grill and Philosopher Time Super Extra.

Peter Grill and Philosopher Time Super Extra It is the second season of a TV anime based on Daisuke Hyamamanga and tables HIDIVE On Sundays.


How was the first episode?


James Pickett

evaluation:



There are exactly two jokes in the season premiere of Peter Grill and Philosopher’s Time Super Extra, neither of which will be in any way surprising to people who only watched one episode of season one. The first joke, which is what the majority of the first show focuses so obsessively on, is that there is a roaming army of nude, nude women roaming around and raping every human man in sight. That’s the extent of the entire part, right there. Rape the imp.

Admittedly, the second joke only gets you, say, a once or two of screen time, but in a ten-minute “comedy” you really think the pinnacle of the comedy is a group of green women with sprite faces screaming. And the crying victims.. ok.. what oasis in the desert.. right? Anyway, the joke is that Peter’s harem of monster women would take any opportunity to offer him sex, because of his amazing semen and all. Peter hates this, of course, but at least here’s just the joke implicit Sexual compulsion, a sentence I hate even thinking about, let alone writing it down for others to read.

Here’s the deal: Peter Grill It is, has always been, and always will be, low rent rubbish. She knows what it is. Hell, that might be so HIDIVE Being more flexible with censorship than Crunchy Roll, but the censored light columns don’t bother to cover up the ladies’ naughty pieces, making the show’s soft ambitions all the more transparent. This is the kind of crude, rude, and irredeemably stupid sex comedy that would have filled the deal boxes of video stores across the planet back in the heyday of physical media. Now, we only have the ugly aesthetic of the series and its limited runtime to identify it as a live video home rental which is clearly what he wishes. I’m sure there’s an audience for this stuff, but I’m pretty sure I crossed my target demographic once I learned how to date real human women. Tough pass.



Nicholas Debre

Rating: Send me beer money

If I could say one nice thing about this inexplicable sequel to Peter Grill, the saddest remedy of 2020 for priapism, is that the subtitle is so stupid that it made me laugh in spite of myself. See “S” and “EX” in super extra Make up the word “sex”. t huh. Oh you bastards. I really infiltrated this person by the sergeants, it would almost be nice if Pokemon He didn’t hit you accidentally Pokemon Master EX a while back. On top of that, there are a few times in this second season premiere where the subtitle team was clearly enjoying sexual terms. Their liberal use of terms like “kids racket” and “recumbent” was the only thing that made sitting through any season of Season 1 acceptable.

In fact, I’ll be honest: I don’t remember much about the first season of this show, except that there was an episode (arc?) where Peter was blackmailed by a dwarf girl when his cock was slashed to explode if he didn’t have sex with her. Now legally it’s very clear that’s what we call rape through coercion, what with the threat of serious bodily harm to force someone to have sex and all. But because the people responsible for this show /Franchise The rape character is funny when a woman does it to a man, it was just a weird way of putting Peter in the sack and he sure enjoyed it afterwards and kept her around, so it’s all great, right?

It’s fitting that non-universe bullshit is all that stuck in my memory for season one, because season two begins with an episode-length “joke” of the same nature and level. Look, there’s a whole army of orcs, they do what orcs always do, but this time the female orcs, so it’s kind of weird when they’re dealing with unwilling men and stripping them down. Plus they’re uuuuuuuuugly, so that’s pretty funny, because the only thing worse than having sex against your will is having sex against your will with someone who isn’t a traditionally attractive girl. That’s definitely what Peter thinks, since his first thought of getting dubcon’d by the Goblin Queen is that she might be another attractive addition to his harem of hungry pedophiles, only to be destroyed when she’s a big-sized monster. Instead of a pair of lemon green breasts.

Well, unless you find the idea of ​​raping random men funny, you won’t miss out on anything here. my opinion of Peter Grill It’s still the same as before: it’s a very sad production completely incapable of being sexy or funny. It’s old-fashioned, exhausting comedy paired with neutral T&A, and there’s a million better ways to get your laughs or shake your rocks off than sitting in more of this mess.