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TRINITY SEVEN Episode 7 Review – Best In Show

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TRINITY SEVEN Episode 7 Review – Quick Summary

In TRINITY SEVEN Episode 8, “Lost Technica and Problem Solving,” Lieselotte Sherlock used her Bare Breast Attack on Biblia Gakuenchou, the Headmaster. It was super effective! Or was it? With the Headmaster apparently out of the way, Lieselotte advanced on the members of the Trinity Seven who stood guard over Selina Sherlock, her sister. Can Arata Kasuga finishing training in time to help? Or will Akio Fudou’s training kill him first?

Note: This post may include spoilers, so be cautious.

Favorite Quote from TRINITY SEVEN Episode 7

TRINITY SEVEN Episode 7: As always, Arata gets points for his honesty!

Arata gets full points for his honesty. And look how happy Levi and Yui seem to be! Capture from the Crunchyroll steam.

I’m going to pick an exchange rather than a single statement as my favorite quote from this episode. It kind of distills what I like about Arata’s approach to being the male center in this harem. He’s not overbearing; he doesn’t demand anything of the women around him. That’s in no small part because each of them could inflict serious harm on him if they decided to try! But mostly, it’s because Arata is Arata.

In this episode, it seemed like his initial attack against Lieselotte resulted in her top falling away. That prompted this following exchange:

Levi (09:33): “Arata-san’s objective is to see the Trinity Seven naked.”

Arata: “No, it’s not!”

Yui Kurata: “But you do want to, right?”

Arata: “Quite a bit.”

I like the man’s honesty.

Best in Show Moment for TRINITY SEVEN Episode 7

TRINITY SEVEN Episode 7: Arata became angry on Lieselotte's behalf

For the first time (that I can remember!), Arata got angry. I liked the reason why. Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.

While rewatching Trinity Seven to write these reviews, I realized something. It’s really hard to write a post describing my favorite moment when every moment with Levi Kazama, Arin Kannazuki, Lilith Asami, Akio, Mira Yamana, and now Sora is a potential favorite. They’re all bring their own humor and agency to the story, and it’s just so much fun to watch.

In practice, what that means is I need to pay more attention to other moments. I mean, it’d get really dull for you if I just pointed to the screen capture from my favorite quote, above, and declared Levi’s smile to be my favorite moment. I’m not saying Levi’s smile isn’t worthy of being named best moment. Nor am I saying the moment I have picked will blow you away with wit and insight. But I thought you’d like to know I’m aware of the issue.

TRINITY SEVEN Episode 7: Every girl is best girl

Each one of these characters packs a lot of sass and personality into their limited screen times. Makes it tough to pick favorite moments when they’re all favorites! Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.

After Arata used his regained power and a clever trick to defeat Lieselotte, he told her that her friends wanted her to rejoin them in school. He wanted to impress on her that she had a place among them. She told him that because of the technique she had just used, it was impossible. Sora confirmed it: Lieselotte would be trapped in that time-stopped world forever. She said that was just the price for this spell.

“Why?!” Arata practically yelled (18:18). “Why did you use this?!”

Lieselotte was at first shocked, then touched that he would express such anger on her behalf. With good reason, too. I don’t think we’ve ever seen the even-tempered Arata raise his voice in anger. I liked the show of emotion, and I liked that he showed it on her behalf. He’s a decent guy trying his best, which makes it interesting that this is the moment that things seemed to get beyond him.

What did you think of how Biblia Gakuenchou, the Headmaster, lost the fight? What was your favorite moment? Feel free to let me know in the comments!

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