The story centers on the titular "committee," comprised of a martial artist, a musician, and an executive, who listen to the stories of clients who come in to hear their judgment. Clients come in and tell their stories about their romantic lives, focusing on points where they think they might have had sex, but ended up not doing it. The committee then delivers their judgment on whether or not they think the client might have actually ended up having sex at that point if something had been different.
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i am a sucker for cute asian girls and this one had cute a few....so tired of the supermodels of usa tv...i love to see natural beauty and everyday beauty..it makes the stories more entertaining...so i will keep on watching and enjoying.
now back to my silly romances..
While they deadpan, you end up rolling on the floor laughing!A refreshing show with a very interesting concept. The stories pictured in each episode are really believable and enough details are given to flesh out the situation as it must have seemed then. There is plenty of attention to details for such a goofy show. The tongue in cheek humour entertains throughout. The committee members debate minutiae in earnest doing reenactments, experiments and even gender swapping to better understand the situation and render judgement. Gender is pretty important actually because the male committee members are far more optimistic and are often miffed at why something totally acceptable when the female does is completely unacceptable when genders are reversed. Shiraishi Mai is really convincing as the stern sole female committee member with her guard up against male fantasies. The scene in which she lies on her side and her body resembles the mountains in the horizon is quite brilliant and the rice enactment scenes were also ROFL. The way the show pretends to take itself seriously is hilarious. it gives off the feel of manga , having its sweet and ponderous moments in an overall comic setting. Some situations become a little repetitive but I can see the potential for a second season with original content based on this concept.
The episodes are short and standalone bearing no realation to previous episiodes. One can empathize with how we could look back at certain instances in life to hypothesize what could have happened. Sato Jiro's words as the empathetic martial artist are often philosophically on point. Yamada Takayuki, has some outstanding moments as the contemplative musician. Hell, I would love to have such a committee in real life! The girls in the show are quite cute. The make-out scenes are goofy but passionately done. This was good!