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* InternetBackdraft: Episodes 7 and to a lesser extent 8 were so hated by the fans of the original novel because of too intrusive fan service, excessive attention to Sudo's friends and the theft of Horikita scenes from other girls that many Japanese people on the Internet even promised to boycott the purchase of the next BD anime, if this continues in the future episodes. Some fans even accused Lerche of not showing enough attention to the story, since they did not initially expect the second season.


** Likewise, part of the audience believes that Kiyotaka is a terrible Marty Stu whose abilities arise suddenly from the air when needed, while the other part adores him, considering him to be a good AudienceSurrogate and an incredibly competent hero for this story.

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** Likewise, part of the audience believes that Kiyotaka is a is terrible Marty Stu whose abilities arise suddenly from the air when needed, while the other part adores him, considering him to be a good AudienceSurrogate and an incredibly competent hero for this story.


* BizarroEpisode: While the show itself is serious or at least trying to be so, episode 7 was so badly written BeachEpisode and got out of the general style of the show that fans everywhere hated it.

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* BizarroEpisode: While the show itself is serious or at least trying to be so, episode 7 was a so badly written BeachEpisode and got out of the general style of the show that fans everywhere hated it.



* FanPreferredCouple: Quite unusual, but Sakura has even more people who want to see her along with Kiyotaka than Suzune. This is mainly due to the fact that at the time of the anime, she was the only girl who does not have obvious or hidden bad features and she even becomes a victim of hooligans and harassment. On the other hand, Suzune is still a strong option, being the female main character of the work and the most popular girl as well.
** [[spoiler: After volume 7, however, Kei shot up to the top position, followed by Sakura, Ichinose and Sayakanagi, not in that particular order. Suzune seems to be the least preferred option right now along with Kushida]]

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* FanPreferredCouple: Quite unusual, but Sakura has even more people who want to see her along with Kiyotaka than Suzune. This is mainly due to the fact that at the time of the anime, she was the only girl who does did not have obvious or hidden bad features and she even becomes a victim of hooligans and harassment. On the other hand, Suzune is still a strong option, being the female main character of the work and the most popular girl as well.
** [[spoiler: After volume 7, however, Kei shot up to the top position, followed by Sakura, Ichinose and Sayakanagi, not in that particular order. Suzune seems to be the least preferred option right now along with Kushida]]Kushida]].



** Suzune is so obviously a {{Tsundere}} {{Love Interest|s}} and the future DefrostingIceQueen that her intimidation attempts become rather cute. Especially it concerns her dissatisfied reaction in the cafe scene.

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** Suzune is so obviously a {{Tsundere}} {{Love Interest|s}} and the future DefrostingIceQueen that her intimidation attempts become rather cute. Especially when it concerns her dissatisfied reaction in the cafe scene.



'''Instead''': He let's his anger get the best of him again and only relents after Katsuragi [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech calls him out for it]] in front of the rest of the Student Body.

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'''Instead''': He let's lets his anger get the best of him again and only relents after Katsuragi [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech calls him out for it]] in front of the rest of the Student Body.


** There are those who believe that Suzune is a boring and incredibly flat {{Tsundere}} {{Love Interest|s}}, which makes the series only worse, and those who consider her a pretty nice cold girl whose expression makes her look more cute-threatening than icy. The fact that she has two potential LoveInterests increases the controversy even more. And let's not recollect controversy because of [[http://i.imgur.com/eyNVyCG.jpg her positioning in the anime]].

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** There are those who believe that Suzune is a boring and incredibly flat {{Tsundere}} {{Love Interest|s}}, which makes and thus detrimental to the series only worse, series, and those who consider her a pretty nice cold girl whose expression makes her look more cute-threatening than icy. The fact that she has two potential LoveInterests increases the controversy even more. And let's not recollect controversy because of [[http://i.imgur.com/eyNVyCG.jpg her positioning in the anime]].



** While some fans are neutral to the Sudo and his friends, believing that thanks to them, Kiyotaka and his friends can replace the narcissistic students from other classes, another part of the fans considers them too primitive PluckyComicRelief, whose only purpose is to do stupid actions as instrument of the plot.

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** While some fans are neutral to the Sudo and his friends, believing that thanks to them, Kiyotaka and his friends can replace the narcissistic students from other classes, another part of the fans considers them too primitive PluckyComicRelief, whose only purpose is to do stupid actions as instrument of the plot.


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* MemeticMutation: "Toolzoned" [[labelnote:Explanation]]A fan term describing how at the end of the first season of the anime, Kiyotaka responds to Suzuke's Tsundere-ish expression of affection for him, by coldly thinking that he's never thought of Suzune or any of his other classmates as allies, merely tools to achieve his goal. Some viewers concede that being seen as a tool is worse than being "friendzoned," hence the term.[[/labelnote]]


* CounterpartComparison:
** Cynical and depressed main character meets a YamatoNadeshiko IceQueen, who is very cold to him, but is clearly interested in him, and the ([[BitchInSheepsClothing supposedly]]) silly hyperactive GenkiGirl, who has "RomanticRunnerUp" written on her forehead and is rather busty. Hey, did we [[LightNovel/MyTeenRomanticComedySNAFU see this somewhere before]]?
** Elite school, where students are divided according to their abilities to promising young people and losers? The protagonist, who seems an emotionless mediocre student but hides his incredible talents in various fields? And in addition to this, one of the main girls is the talented {{Ojou}} with BigBrotherWorship? Do not forget also that this series has AnAesop about the controversy of ideas of equality on the example of school education, and you practically get ''LightNovel/TheIrregularAtMagicHighSchool'' in TheNewTens instead of a science fiction/magic setting.


* HeartwarmingMoments: After he sees to it that Kei is alright after the events of volume 7, he tries to rationalize his treatment of her and concludes that he saved her because she's too valuable a pawn to throw away. But then he throws all that reasoning out the window with the very next line, showing once again that he does have a heart deep down:
--> "But the truth is, her being useful or not is a secondary concern. All that's important is that she remains mine."


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* SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments: After he sees to it that Kei is alright after the events of volume 7, he tries to rationalize his treatment of her and concludes that he saved her because she's too valuable a pawn to throw away. But then he throws all that reasoning out the window with the very next line, showing once again that he does have a heart deep down:
--> "But the truth is, her being useful or not is a secondary concern. All that's important is that she remains mine."


* TheScrappy: While among Western fans the attitude toward Horikita was in the worst case average, in Japan, her anime version was universally hated because the writers decided to give her the scenes of other girls from their character arcs.


* HoYay: Any scene between the Suzune's brother and Kiyotaka has suspicious homosexual vibes, especially the end of the fifth episode, when he literally [[WallPinOfLove presses him against the wall]] for a conversation. The next episode even implies that he values ​​him more than his own sister.
** Female example: It seems that Ichinose's friends are too close to her, to the point that the show portrays their embrace with MaleGaze. This is confirmed later in the episode, when one of them confesses to her in love.


* JumpingTheShark: Episodes 7 and 8 were this for the viewers, because of the sadly excessive amount of PanderingToTheBase in the form of an overabundance of obtrusive and out-of-context fanservice.

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** [[spoiler: After volume 7, however, Kei shot up to the top position, followed by Sakura, Ichinose and Sayakanagi, not in that particular order. Suzune seems to be the least preferred option right now along with Kushida]]


** There are those who believe that Suzune is a boring and incredibly flat {{Tsundere}} {{Love Interest|s}}, which makes the series only worse, and those who consider her a pretty nice cold girl whose expression makes her look more cute-threatening than icy. The fact that she has two potential LoveInterests increases the controversy even more. And let's not recollect controversy because of [[http://i.imgur.com/eyNVyCG.jpg her positioning in anime]].

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** There are those who believe that Suzune is a boring and incredibly flat {{Tsundere}} {{Love Interest|s}}, which makes the series only worse, and those who consider her a pretty nice cold girl whose expression makes her look more cute-threatening than icy. The fact that she has two potential LoveInterests increases the controversy even more. And let's not recollect controversy because of [[http://i.imgur.com/eyNVyCG.jpg her positioning in the anime]].



* HeartwarmingMoments: After he sees to it that Kei is alright after the events of volume 7, he tries to rationalize his treatment of her and concludes that he saved her because she's too valuable a pawn to throw away. But then he throws all that reasoning out the window with the very next line, showing once again that hee does have a heart deep down:

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* HeartwarmingMoments: After he sees to it that Kei is alright after the events of volume 7, he tries to rationalize his treatment of her and concludes that he saved her because she's too valuable a pawn to throw away. But then he throws all that reasoning out the window with the very next line, showing once again that hee he does have a heart deep down:

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* HeartwarmingMoments: After he sees to it that Kei is alright after the events of volume 7, he tries to rationalize his treatment of her and concludes that he saved her because she's too valuable a pawn to throw away. But then he throws all that reasoning out the window with the very next line, showing once again that hee does have a heart deep down:
--> "But the truth is, her being useful or not is a secondary concern. All that's important is that she remains mine."


* BrokenAesop: Although the first episode obviously gives the message "if you give your children easy money, they will not learn how to appreciate them and will spend it on nonsense," it doesn't work well because the teacher does not warn them about depending solely on their allowance per academic performance. It can make for an effective cruel life lesson, but it's still too cruel to not at least break them in.


* MisaimedFandom: While panties in the island's arc are used by their thief in order to quarrel students in class D, some of the audience mistakenly decided that they are the very purpose of the arc or even a kind of vulgar fancervice. This even led to the fact that part of the audience began to blame the arch for the fact that the characters allegedly are looking for panties's perverse thief, instead of developing the plot.

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* MisaimedFandom: While panties in the island's arc are used by their thief in order to quarrel students in class D, some of the audience mistakenly decided that they are the very purpose of the arc or even a kind of vulgar fancervice. This even led to the fact that part of the audience began to blame the arch for arc on the fact idea that the characters allegedly are looking for panties's perverse thief, instead of developing the plot.



** In Episode 11, someone invades the women's quarters and steals a pair of panties. The girls are understandably upset at this invasion of privacy. Later, Ire finds the panties placed in his bag with no idea how it got there.\\

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** In Episode 11, someone invades the women's quarters and steals a pair of panties. The girls are understandably upset at this invasion of privacy. Later, Ire Ike finds the panties placed in his bag with no idea how it got there.\\



'''Instead:''' The girls go on the warpath to locate the perpetrator and a search of all boys' belongings be made. The boys agree, but ask that they keep the search internal--which the girls agree to. This ''completely undermines the purpose of an immediate search'', because the boys now have the ability to lie for each other and cover up the results (which they do). The boys realize right away that just because someone is found with the stolen panties that it doesn't mean that person did it, but this thought never occurs to the irate women. And finally, even when Ayanokujo is found with the panties, he and the other boys could have EASILY tossed them somewhere in the woods and told the girls that the garment wasn't in any of their bags. Even if the girls found them on their own later, the only way they would be able to prove anything is with forensic evidence that would require waiting until after the trip home.

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'''Instead:''' The girls go on the warpath to locate the perpetrator and a search of all boys' belongings be made. The boys agree, but ask that they keep the search internal--which the girls agree to. This ''completely undermines the purpose of an immediate search'', because the boys now have the ability to lie for each other and cover up the results (which they do). The boys realize right away that just because someone is found with the stolen panties that it doesn't mean that person did it, but this thought never occurs to the irate women. And finally, even when Ayanokujo Ayanokouji is found with the panties, he and the other boys could have EASILY tossed them somewhere in the woods and told the girls that the garment wasn't in any of their bags. Even if the girls found them on their own later, the only way they would be able to prove anything is with forensic evidence that would require waiting until after the trip home.


* TheyCopiedItSoItSucks: The main criticism of the anime was that many viewers regarded it as a flatter version of ''LightNovel/MyTeenRomanticComedySNAFU'', whose main characters are {{Flanderization}} Hachiman, Yukinon and Yui.

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* TheyCopiedItSoItSucks: The main criticism of the anime was that At first, many viewers regarded perceived it as a flatter version of ''LightNovel/MyTeenRomanticComedySNAFU'', whose main characters are {{Flanderization}} Hachiman, Yukinon and Yui.

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