The “anything” consultation office of Suginami Chuo Police Precinct is a department to leave people who have got the boot for causing problems at various places. “Zero is zero no matter how you multiply it.” That is to say, good-for-nothings are useless no matter how many people there are. They get ridiculed as the “Zero Section” and have to handle miscellaneous affairs such as annoying, trivial notifications, complaints, claims and troublesome disputes. At the section, the naive Kobayakawa Fuyuhiko, a career police officer from the National Research Institute of Police Science who cannot read situations, teams up with capable veteran detective Terada Torami who was thrown out of the Criminal Affairs Division for causing trouble all the time. Although they do not agree with each other, they take on all sorts of cases and chores with their good-for-nothing colleagues. Add Synopsis In Portuguese
Cast & Credits
The cast is wonderfully picked for this season as well as the first, though there are a few changes. Each person fulfilled their persona as an officer perfectly, though definitely not to typical detective/police/crime drama standards. You'll know what I mean if you watch the show, absolutely! I have to say there were a couple of people I didn't like throughout the show, but when the end came I was completely surprised; I never saw the ending for the second season of "Keishicho Zero Gakari" coming until the very end!
I like how Torami-senpai and Kobayakwa superintendent's relationship progressed from the first season until now; I feel like everyone completely respected them as people and partners in their division and the police force, even if they're from the "anything consultation" office.
The story was amazing, in itself. The script was well written and there were moments where I sympathized, held my breath, cried, got angry, hoped, and laughed with throughout every episode in the entire first and second season of this series! I think this show is very underrated for who was cast, how the script was written, and the plot itself!