Nika, still the ultimate switch girl, uses her 'ON' and 'OFF' modes to her advantage in order to help herself and her friends as they fight injustice, meanwhile navigating her new relationship with Arata.
Switch Girl! 2 is the continuation of Switch Girl!! Nika still is a switch girl, being all lazy and "ugly" at home when in off mode, while she is a sparkling, popular girl during her "on" mode at school. Only Arata - her boyfriend - and Nino - her best freind since childhood - know about her switching. During this episode many other kinds of switch girls and boys show up and remind us, that there aren't only the ones who switch between beautiful-comfortable but also between nice-evil and in-love /out-of-love.
After the first season, this had some things I didn't expect. The first season was mainly focused on the school life and a rather normal story. Nikas worries were love and getting discovered as a switch girl.
In this season, they show a lot from outside the school - sadly, I have to say. Most of it was a bit too riddiculous. The evil switch girl she met during work nearly killed her - which is rather extreme, if you ask me. Espeically for the punishment she gets. The evil switch boy is also rather extreme, even though nothing new since we already met something like him in Meika during season 1. And last but not least the return of Meika and how evil Tokyo can be. It was a bit too much for evilness, though they did well in keeping the comedy up even during that times. I liked that they tried to spice the story up with things happening aside from Nika trying to sleep with her Arata. But the things that happened were just too strange and came from nowhere. I can't say I completely disliked it, but around episode 4 I felt a bit disappointed in the storyline. That's why I had to deduct one star.
Aside from that, this season has the same cool and funny stuff the first season had. The actors were all the same - aside from Monkey Boss - and did a good job. The fun moments reign over the serious ones, so I still give this 4*! Watch it, especially if you liked the first season already.