Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru! – Anime Series Review

Episodes: 12

Genre(s): Comedy

Aired: Oct 2018 – Dec 2018

Also known as: UzaMaid!; UzaMaid; うちのメイドがウザすぎる!

Summary: A muscled lolicon NEET ends up becoming the maid for a precocious, bitter brat.

Review: Black comedy is big guilty pleasure for me. And so this series, which casually features a actual nightmare through the adult maid who is way too into a young child, is amusing to me. With that being said, I am confident in my ability to distinguish the difference between real life and fiction so I am thus largely able to enjoy UzaMaid. That’s pretty important to keep in mind (as well as being able to defend said position from people who seek to attack you for your tastes and preferences).

I really don’t have much else to say. To beat a dead horse: the series goes way overboard with the portrayal of a disturbing lolicon, which adds to the humour of the series. UzaMaid also gives masochists a bad name, but every anime series featuring “a hard M” character seems content to do so, anyways.


Don’t take this series too seriously and you should have fun. Also, be mindful of your surrounding company should you be motivated to discuss or promote UzaMaid. Some people simply won’t get it.

2 thoughts on “Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru! – Anime Series Review

  1. I enjoyed this one, too.

    In terms of lolicon, I think it’s a rare breed. It’s far more open and comfortable with the topic than any other show I know, but at the same time it’s far less indulgent in terms of screenshots or joke-types than other shows, say the recent Ryuou no Oshigoto.

    The emotional moments generally hit home, and the lolicon maid was actually a great character. So was the single Dad who’s raising a daughter from a different man, and his main problem’s that she doesn’t accept him as Dad. There was surprising depth to the show.


    1. Solid points about how it’s both more open yet less, well, overly fixated on the ongoing gag or theme compared to Ryuou no Oshigoto or perhaps Ro-Kyu-Bu!

      One day Yasuhiro will receive the respect he deserves, haha. But yes, the characters are pretty solid!


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