At several times, just when you put two and two together, a plot twist happens and you are back to the beginning.
Too bad the series doesn\'t answer any questions. Basically, each episode has its own story, with maybe a few things in a few episodes that actually add to the main story.
I've watched Love Hina before way back when I was still a kid and I remember loving this series, but after re-watching this series 10 years later, I began to question my taste for anime because Love Hina is by far one of the most stupid and ridiculous anime I've ever watched and I can't believe it’s actually possible for me to hate an anime this much. — Maehara, Shinobu - The kind and pure-hearted middle schooler *cough* loli bait. I don't have a problem with harems, in fact, I love them (not including reverse harems) so I'm quite used to stereotypical girls, but the girls in Love Hina are just so darn annoying that it's impossible for me to like any of them.
I'm writing this review at the risk of getting viciously mauled by an angry mob of Love Hina fans who will do anything to defend their beloved anime, so I'll try not to be too harsh on this. She's a tsundere on drugs who's got nothing better to do besides beating up Keitarou EVERY…SINGLE... — Su, Kaolla - The awfully annoying and carefree kid in the harem. The one I have the biggest problem with though is not one of the girls, it's the stupid MC Keitarou! He doesn't have any redeeming qualities whatsoever except for his undying perseverance and hard work that leads to nothing most of the time.
Yes, you can probably see where that story is going.Though this eventually becomes repetitive, it never subtracts from the humor of the show.Of course though, there is a healthy dose of romance mixed in with the craziness.All the characters have their own distinct personalities and no two are at all similar.The romance part of the story will keep you guessing until the end.