Well, it's not everyday that I find a show that simultaneously puts me to sleep with boredom and awakens in me a hot flame of feminist outrage. Nothing much of import happens plot-wise in the second episode…save that Allison gets pointedly put in her place. And here I had hoped that Allison would live up to her title character status and take her place in the ranks of anime's few and far between strong women. But no. Her assertive, headstrong behavior doesn't even last two episodes, and by the end of this one she's vowed never to order the beta male Will around again. Just because he took a hoof in the head for her. Oh, gimme a break.