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Score: 7.42/10

Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai

Eng Title : We Never Learn

Alt Title : BokuBen, We Can't Study

JP Title : ぼくたちは勉強ができない

Year : 2019

Genre : Comedy, Harem, Romance, School, Shounen

Season : Spring 2019

Status : Complete

Rating : PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Episodes : 13/13

Duration : 23 min. per ep.

Studios : Silver, Arvo Animation

Synopsis

Nariyuki Yuiga, an impoverished third-year high school student, works tirelessly to receive the VIP nomination, a scholarship that would cover all of his college tuition fees. In recognition of his hard work, the headmaster awards him the renowned scholarship. However, this scholarship is given under one condition: he must tutor the school's geniuses in their weakest subjects! Joining his new brigade of pupils are the math maestro Rizu Ogata, who wants to study humanities; the literature legend Fumino Furuhashi, who wants to study science; and Yuiga's sports-savvy childhood friend, Uruka Takemoto, who is hopeless at everything else. Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai follows Yuiga as he tries to teach his three eccentric tutees in a series of strange and comedic antics. But as Ogata's and Furuhashi's ambitions conflict with their talents, will Yuiga be able to help his students achieve their dreams? [Written by MAL Rewrite]

We Never Learn is a serviceable romcom ready to fill the hole in your anime queue that Nisekoi left behind (or burned to the ground, depending on your opinion of its second season). Its male lead is nice, the girls are cute enough, and the fanservice never veers into anything I’d call uncomfortable. Is it interesting though? That question draws a long “ehhhhhhh” from me.

We Never Learn isn’t actively boring, but its premise is pretty thin. Two girls, one a math whiz (Rizu) and the other an amazing wordsmith (Fumino), want careers outside their specialty. The series frames this as their respective talents being a burden. Educators have treated the girls like their destines are preordained because they each have defined academic gifts, with no concern as to whether Rizu or Fumino are actually interested in their respective subjects. You’ll have to suspend your disbelief that an individual could foster talent in a subject that they don’t genuinely care about for this anime to work. Otherwise the show’s mileage is mostly reliant on whether the viewer likes Fumino or Rizu.

Personally, I found Fumino’s self-depreciation pretty grating. She referred to herself as a “lowly worm” a handful of times in between falling asleep. That more or less sums up her personality as of the first episode. Rizu makes it out slightly better but doesn’t quite escape the human-calculator-doesn’t-understand-people character mold. There’s room to explore her lack of emotional intelligence, but it’s far too early to say whether a romcom is going to handle the topic with composure or not.

We Never Learn offers up a bare-bones premise of love quadrangle hijinks (an athlete looks to be joining the trio in the next episode), but gives us little to chew on in the drama or comedy department. It’s an easy-breezy watch if this is your particular anime comfort food but if your spare time is looking tight already, you could easily skip it all together. You can also free Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai anime watch online and free download anime.

When I was young and first was getting into anime the harem genre was one of my favorites. It was a pleasure to watch a lot of cute girls do cute and lewd things, as well as have the excitement of seeing who would win and fighting in waifu wars with friends that had objectively inferior taste (unless they happened to pick actual best girl, and in that case they're fine.) However after watching more and more of these, it became clear that while some were well made and had lots of life to them, there were others that were not well made and ended up being cheap vehicles for a show that they assumed a horny teenage fandom would eat up, and they did. Often the cast wouldn't be fully developed and were either just archetypes with less more going for them, or where way in the background causing one girl to take the center stage and defeating one of the points of a harem. While many seasonal harems ended up disappointing in these ways, We Never Learn, is a return to the good old days. It doesn't take that much to make a good harem that's a joy to watch. While I do love deep character development and interesting meanings and points that are made in a show, not every show needs to have them, and in particular a good harem isn't defined by having those. In my opinion, the most important parts to a harem are having a varied and likeable cast of girls, and having good fan-service. And Bokuben happens to have both of those. The main cast is a whole lot of fun. They interact with each other and play off of each other and are very clearly friends with each other. They don't exist just for the sake of the male lead but they have goals of their own and friendships outside of the male lead. They have charming personalities that makes it easy to root for them and very easy to like them. And while they don't have a great amount of development they have enough development that they feel like unique characters and not archetypes. Some of the silly things they can get into are a lot of fun and overall it made me happy to watch this show. And it fills it's role as a harem very well. There are three main girls and they all have their own charms that are quite distinct. There's an airhead who is much more emotionally connected to everyone but herself, a brainaic who can't understand others or herself, and a tomboy childhood friend who is pretty hyper and excitable. And while the archetypes are certainly there, they're vibrant enough to outshine them, and feel unique. Each of them gets screen time with the main lead, and each of them have a reasonable claim to him. Unlike many harems in the past it actually does feel up in the air who will win and not just a forgone conclusion that was turned into a harem for some reason. They each have their own dynamic relationship with the lead and it's a lot of fun. Furthermore the show also gives a good deal of fanservice so that we can see the more echiii situations with them and capitalize on their cuteness. And while most of them happen by accident, of course, a staple trope of these harems. The girls are aware enough to not blame him, and if they do blame him it doesn't last longer than 30 seconds. Too many harems like to go off on the blame game for too long which detracts from the show and ruins the vibe they have going. If anything what Bokuben does so well is it allows this vibe to continue throughout the show, and rarely becomes too much of a drag. The art and sound also help with this a lot as the art is pretty high quality and always looks nice. The sound is better jovial and helps accent the more comedic parts of the show. While it may not be impressive on its own it really works in the show. It may not be the most impressive show, but Bokuben is a good solid harem, and I very much enjoyed watching it. I'd recommended it to all other harem fans.

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