TFP writes: "In Summary: A Nako-focused episode gives the animators a chance to indulge in fanservice, but more serious points get raised as well. We learn that Nako is really quite radically different at home from the shy wallflower we see at work, though there are good reasons for her being more assertive and controlling at home. While Nako wants to change her personality outside of home, she discovers that it is not so easy. Surface changes do not always create the intended effect, and sometimes bring more problems. In the end, she learns that the way she acts, at least at work, is not really a disadvantage, and might even be a benefit. In all, an enjoyable episode with some nice light-hearted moments."