At first glance, Galko, Otako, and Ojou are three high school girls who seem like they wouldn’t have anything to do with each other. Galko is a social butterfly with a reputation for being a party animal, even though she is actually innocent and good-hearted despite her appearance. Otako is a plain-looking girl with a sarcastic personality and a rabid love of manga. And Ojou is a wealthy young lady with excellent social graces, though she can be a bit absent-minded at times. Despite their differences, the three are best friends, and together they love to talk about various myths and ask candid questions about the female body.
Oshiete! Galko-chan is a lighthearted and humorous look at three very different girls and their frank conversations about themselves and everyday life. No topic is too safe or too sensitive for them to joke about—even though every so often, Galko seems to get a bit embarrassed by their discussions!
[Written by MAL Rewrite]
If you have not seen this great video about stereotypes in this show because it’s amazing and far better than anything I’ve ever written: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91GukQP7kG4 . Sorry I don’t remember who the guy who made this was, but he must have been the best guy ever to make something like this.
I thought this was a really funny show about three girls who ordinarily wouldn’t get along well with each other. It was a good time but that was it. Seeing the video made me realise the deeper messages of the show and was great. I don’t want to say anything else because I would rather you saw the video instead, even if you’ve already seen the video I would recommend watching it again because it’s just that good. Then watch everything else the guy has made as well.
Shows from the same studio: Feel.