Himeko x Bossun | SKET Dance All Anime, Me Me Me Anime, Manga Anime. More information . Bossun y Himeko:D (Sket Dance) Hot Anime Couples, Otp. Yūsuke Fujisaki (藤崎 佑助), or Bossun (ボッスン), as he is more commonly called, comments to Switch on the relationship between Bossun and Himeko before. Himeko x Bossun SKET Dance 32 blume bilder handy kostenlos All Anime, Me Me Bossun y Himeko:D (Sket Dance) Hot Anime Couples, Otp.
He is smart, calm and often provides very reasonable sounding solutions for problems, often getting a "Sasuga Switch" - "That's our Switch" in response. He is a person who trusts in science and occasionally presents interesting inventions. Switch as described by Bossun. Voiced by Tomokazu Sugita. A synthesized Tomokazu Sugita. Yes, that's as great as it sounds.
A normal day in the clubroom consists of Himeko and Bossun eating snacks, drinking tea and doing origami, while Switch does stuff on the computer. That is until a request comes in, Chuuma-sensei brings in some new kind of suspicious drugYamanobe-sensei brings in another crappy game, there is a clash with the student council or a variety of other things happens.
Some things are very close to reality, others contain supernatural or otherwise usually impossible elements, it still originates from Shounen Jump after all.
SKET Dance, while mostly comedy, is not all fun and games. Cases range from finding empty candy drop cans to terminal illness. The desire to help people and form the Sket-dan derives from hardships the members had to go through in their respective past. I am not going to spoil anything concerning the individual backstories, only portraying what is fairly obvious and openly stated in the earlier stages of the show. Side characters sometimes wonder what makes Himeko and Switch believe in and respect Bossun.
Since episode three already states a certain part of Himeko's past as a delinquent and let's be honest here, Switch doesn't seem like a normal person even now, it's easy to gather that Bossun played a major part in helping these two overcome their respective problems. Thus gaining their trust and respect as well as giving them the opportunity to help people in similar situations by the way of founding the Sket-dan. Bossun's past is another thing completely.
There isn't any mention of things concerning his past and therefore little room to speculate, until his backstory happens. In the following I will present my thoughts in that regard and try to show why these are no obstacles, but good things.
The message of the show is thoroughly positive, it is about helping people, the courage to change, fostering relationships, enjoying youth and many aspects more. Presented in appropriate ways, that range from totally hilarious to dead-serious. SKET Dance parodies many things, including anime, manga, various games, character tropes, japanese people and more. The show is often self aware, there is a character dedicated to tearing down the fourth wall.
There are many similarities between SKET Dance and Gintama and even a special crossover episode, where the main cast of Gintama pops up in the club room.
Having no overarching plot doesn't mean there is no development where characters and their relationships are concerned. Furthermore it enables you to watch at your own chosen pace, without missing out on anything. Even though the structure of many episodes is similar, it never feels repetitive, there is always something new.
And since they adapted it at an adequate rate, putting about chapters into 77 episodes, there is no filler to speak of and nothing feels rushed. The Voice Actors fit their roles. Not only the main characters are brought to life even more by their Voice Actors, so are the support characters. The Music, while in general nothing out of the ordinary, fits really well and enhances many scenes.
Be it character themes or situational themes.
As mentioned before, the deciding factor if you are going to like this show is the characters. Bossun then comes from behind the curtain and exposes her trick.
After everyone storms out of Himiko's seminar out of anger, Reiko thanks them all because they have opened her eyes.
Switch gives her an advice which only starts another argument between them.
Tsubaki comments on how weird their relationship is, but Bossun tells him that that is their relationship. He then gets an e-mail friend named 'Pudding-san' and starts sending e-mails to each other.
After some e-mails Bossun realizes that he really becomes addicted to it. Meanwhile, Himeko gets addicted to exchanging e-mails. Unbeknownst to her, she is chatting with Bossun. After many e-mails sent between each other, the two begin wondering how does their pen pal friend look like and make an appointment to meet.
In the park square, Himeko arrives first with her blonde hair dyed black.Sket Dance Bossun Himeko and Switch wear costume get locked in wrong storeroom
When Bossun arrives a few minutes later, the two are shocked to see each other. After some time arguing, the two finally realize that their e-mail friend is someone they already know well. In the end, the two find it hard to delete all of their e-mails.
On their way there Himeko gets nausea and Chuuma sensei offers her medicine from his medic box. However, his medic box isn't just contained nausea medicine but also contains some medicines he invented. One of the medicine can exchange two humans soul and it hasn't tested yet so Chuuma asks Bossun and Tsubaki to test it.
Unfortunately the medicine gets mixed and the three of them drank wrong medicine. It was supposed to be Bossun and Tsubaki who exchange body but Himeko drank the wrong medicine causing her to exchange body with Bossun.
Chuuma promises the three he will soon invented the antidote soon after they arrive. Chuuma, however, drinks a medicine that makes the consumer feels useless and couldn't make the antidote. Bossun and Himeko get panic because they will stay like that in a whole three days. Due to their body exchange, they never been apart but Himeko feels lonely when Bossun as Himeko takes photo session with Himeko's friends. Seeing this chance, Saaya that doesn't know Bossun and Himeko exchanged bodies asks Himeko to come along with her to talk about something.
Later in a less crowded place Saaya asks what does Bossun think about Himeko which shocked Himeko. The confused Himeko then tries to answer 'just like Bossun' and after the talk, they separates. In the night, the two can't sleep well in the opposite gender room so they decide to sleep together in Chuuma's room.
Himeko then tells Bossun about her conversation with Saaya which surprised Bossun. He says to Himeko that he never thinks about his feelings toward Himeko before, until now. After that long night, they spend the rest of the trip with having fun. Back at school, they finally can drink the antidote, but it turns out that they again, drank the wrong medicine.
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However, when Remi manages to break Shin's car, the trip is cancelled and the Sket Dan end up traveling to Osaka instead, as per an invitation from Himeko's old friend Sumire. However, when Himeko discovers that Sumire is being extorted by an ex-boyfriend, she secretly goes to confront him and ends up kidnapped.
As soon as Bossun and Switch realize this, they figure out Himeko's location and go to rescue her. Things get serious when her kidnappers turn out to be a gang who ambush Bossun and Switch and knock them unconscious before tying them up. Though Bossun is able to free themselves, Switch is knocked out and still unconscious and it's up to Bossun to rescue Himeko on his own.
Using his slingshot and concentration mode, he takes out the gang members one by one until coming face-to-face with their leader, Tsunewho has Himeko captive. Tsune manages to rid Bossun of his remaining ammo, and the latter ends up shooting a takoyaki ball as a result.
Using Tsune's momentary distraction, Bossun punches him in the face. After he unties Himeko, she suddenly hugs him with relief and he finds himself at a loss as to how to respond - hesitating to return the hug.
At the end of Golden Week, Sumire comments to Switch on the relationship between Bossun and Himeko before seeing the trio off.
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Ryusei has his son, Yuuki Ichimaruparticipate in Bossun's festival. If Yuuki is happy with the culture festival, Ryusei will allow Kaimei High School to continue to host the culture festivals in the future.
If Bossun fails, Bossun will get expel. Bossun is able to utilize an extraordinary level of perception when he equips his goggles and mentally recalls relevant facts to the problem at hand. His perceptiveness is so keen that he can even make out distant sounds in the background of a phone call.
This level of concentration also makes him an excellent shot with the pachinko ball slingshot he uses as a weapon. After using this ability, he often ends up taking deep breaths like a diver resurfacing. He is, comically, an extraordinary artist - both in 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional form, as evidenced by his stints making origami and figurines. His fellow club members have joked that his artistic talent is a strange one for a manga protagonist.
- Yūsuke Fujisaki
His relationship with Himeko is complicated - they aren't lovers, but undeniably more than friends. In the 'School Trip Rhapsody' arc, Bossun even says himself that he has never thought about his feelings towards Himeko, though he later said "until now". He is like his father who referred to Haru as a friend.
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In one scene where Yusuke talks to Chuma about Remi's love, he thinks back to Himeko and him sleeping in the futon together. And in the Trouble Travel arc where Himeko was captured, he noticed that everytime Himeko was in danger, he'd always lose his "cool" and went berserk though he did not yet realize anything at that time.
In other hand, as noted by Switch, Bossun and Himeko are unseparated bokke and tsukkomi partner.