Komori-san Can't Decline currently airs on Crunchyroll every Sunday at 10:30 AM EST. New episodes are for Premium subscribers only, while older episodes are for free viewers. Each episode is only two minutes long, and was created by the same team behind I Can't Understand What My Husband Is Saying.
Komori-san can't decline, but she may need to learn to start, judging by the people she lives around.
Komori is a giant middle-schooler with huge breasts and a very adult figure. She's a modest girl with super-human strength, who likes to be helpful, but is usually taken advantage of by her peers. No matter where she goes, people are always asking her to do mundane chores for them, or lift heavy things for them. Adults, kids, you name it, Komori is getting asked by all.
Not helping are Komori's two frenemies.
Masako is tiny with long, Gothic-dark hair. She is cynical, and still looks like a little girl. Masako usually gains help (albeit embarrassingly so) by having Komori help her up places as if she was a child. She is a bit judgmental.
Megumi is also very short for her age and also cynical. The blonde-pigtailed, blue-eyed girl usually talks smack behind Komori's back, but is quick to ask for help constantly. She has known Komori since they were small children, and is often jealous of the attention Komori gets because of her looks.
A few episodes into the show, we meet Otani, a very small, thin boy at Komori's school, who wants people to rely on him as much as they do Komori. As of this writing, the two sort of have a mini-crush on each other, but do not fully realize their feelings just yet, making for a few cute scenes here and there.
Komori and Otani are sweet kids, but the rest of the cast is very hard to like. There's a bit of humor sprinkled in this fast-paced show, but the writing goes by so quickly that it's hard to keep up sometimes.
The fanservice is here, and so far to a tasteful limit, but it's hard to deny the creep factor of all the camera angles surrounding Komori's bewbs, which would be fine.... if Komori wasn't a middle-schooler.
It's cute and lighthearted, but has about the same appeal as a stick of bubble gum. It just doesn't last. Still, it's an enjoyable way to start a Sunday morning.
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