Tatsu’s adventures in household chores and grocery shopping continue in the second half of the first season.
There was only one thing I wanted to know about the second installment of The Way of the Househusband. Did the animation, or lack thereof, change? The answer was no! So, I have no second thoughts on this series. However, between the first season’s premiere and the October continuation, many fans and commenters became passionate defenders of its production style. That bodes well for future anime seasons on Netflix.
The best part of the continuation of The Way of the Househusband was how the beach episode was the first one in the batch. Miku, Tatsu’s wife, didn’t get much screentime in the spring release. The sixth episode made up for that.
Miku is an obsessed fan of a magical girl show. And Tatsu knows it. Uh, she didn’t expect him to get the heroes and villains to make peace the same way gangs do. No drama! No action! Remember to click on the images for larger versions.
Here we go. The best running joke in The Way of the Househusband – Tatsu’s white powder… How is Masa still alive? Tatsu has the patience of a saint. Grilling beef as Salt and Pepper Bae. Neighbor Bob is a decent guy.
Yay! Tatsu and Miku go on a date to the amusement park. It’s Tatsu’s first time! Petting bunnies and a gourmet picnic sound like heaven for a househusband. Aw. The rain ended their fun too early.
Oh yes! It’s The Way of the Househusband beach episode! Split watermelon under umbrella shade is so traditional. Oh, right. Tatsu needs to cover his tattoos. That’s why he’s wearing those sunscreen layers. Ha! Here’s your reminder that Miku is Tatsu’s Boss. Don’t back down from a fight! It’s a volleyball fight! Whoa. Miku is strong!
Ah. The Way of the Househusband has a new comedy gag feature. Your favorite characters are all in the same classroom. Tatsu is the home economics teacher, of course.
The Way of the Househusband streams in multiple languages and subtitles on Netflix.