A Girl with Her Security Dog Where the previous episode left off, Episode 4 takes up. Isaku gives Keiya her blessing for kissing her. But she had a change of heart as he approached her. A mystery man attacks Keiya as she flees from Isaku. But Keiya shoots him, and Keiya’s bodyguards rescue him. At this moment, Isaku comes back, concerned about Keiya’s security.
Keiya enters shortly after and finds Isaku waiting for him. When he comes back, she instructs him to forget that she gave her permission to be kissed. Keiya is now respectful of her and doesn’t bring it up. Students are instructed to divide up into small groups in order to prepare for an upcoming field trip. Keiya and Isaku are then invited to join a group. Isaku is overjoyed to be a member of a group.
Muruyama Kun tries to get along with Isaku while on the field trip. But Keiya throws a knife at him, discouraging him from going near Isaku in the end. Isaku doesn’t like what he did, but she decides to ignore it.
Later on, Isaku and her housemates are spotted in the same room. One of her roommates left her phone in the locker room, so they all headed there. It is around this moment that Isaku meets Keiya. They end up talking to each other as a result. Keiya and Isaku hide in the same loo when other children enter to change.
The pupils can be seen playing beach games in the scene below. When Isaku finds out that a student has left her sunscreen behind, she offers to lend hers. But Isaku is left alone in the room, and two men end up robbing her.
Keiya looks for Isaku on the beach at the conclusion of the episode, but she is unsuccessful. He looks into her room and doesn’t see her either. As a result, he finds two males wandering about the area aimlessly. The episode concludes with him accusing himself of kidnapping her.
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Isaku and Keiya go to the beach with the rest of their class in the fourth episode. Isaku is still baffled by her feelings towards Keiya. There seems to be danger on the drive at every corner.
Observing the exchange between Isaku and Keiya makes one feel uneasy. At first, he suggested adopting the role of a parent. However, in the current timeline, they appear to have taken on more of a romantic role. To put it mildly, this transition may be described as odd. In addition, not having proper boundaries between him and a fifteen-year-old girl adds to the misery of witnessing what’s happening.
The program consistently portrays pedophilia in a favorable light. Concern should be expressed regarding the protagonist and Keiya’s age difference. Furthermore, physical aggressiveness and possessive behavior—both of which can negatively affect an adolescent’s mental and emotional development—are idealized and glorified in the anime.
Furthermore, the demographic indicated above reflects the show’s target audience. The previous episodes are twisted, and it’s clear that the authors are trying to normalize anomalies that shouldn’t be accepted or ignored.