The final episode lets the captain of Azatos Empire himself witness how cute Earth animals really are. The anime may be ended, but the spirit of Liza and her friends both from the galaxy or from Earth to keep falling in love with animals will live forever.
The Old Man & His Gee
This episode is another 24 minutes that are filled with a ton of funny and goofy moments right from the very beginning until its end. The first part brings us the dignity and pride of the Azatosians researcher who claims that no animals on Earth are cuter than his weird cugly pet on his lap which ends up knocked down just like his men after seeing panda and giraffe on Earth.
What is so funny to think about is the fact that this entire time, the Azatosians always have a low standard to say whether an animal is cute or not. And it is because most of the creatures on the ship or they have ever seen are either strange or just mildly interesting, and only one or two of them can be said cute.
Survival Contest at Zoo
Another making-laugh-hard moment appears in about the middle of the episode as Liza prepares a contingency plan to recover her comrades before dying to the wholesomeness of the animals in front of them, which is by teleporting them back immediately as soon as they are freaking out.
The way every person in the group begins to be sucked and sent away through the portal above their heads is extremely funny as it is executed as if they are literally being abducted and even dead. What adds fuel to the flame is the fact that the captain has to transform into a Super Saiyan in order to hold still, and Liza’s idea to teleport everyone is also applied to herself who gets hypnotized by elephants.
Earth is Worth of Research
In the end, the story might end up in an anti-climactic way as no conflict is resolved considering that the series literally brings no major conflict as well. With only a speech and support from everyone on the spaceship, Liza is sent back to Earth to continue her life with Yozora and her survey about humanity and its animals.
Since Too Cute Crisis is a light and comedic show, the final episode successfully delivers an appropriate ending to the anime adaptation. Even though it is concluded without a “proper ending” for a story, the ending still leaves a bold impression regarding the core identity of this series, which is no other than the comedic life of pet owners and animal admirers. Without a doubt, the series might not be hyped and can be said underlooked, but it will definitely be the icon for animals-themed anime and manga.