It’s an unfortunate truth, but many romantic comedy anime are harem series. I recently gave Mayo Chiki! a rather unfavorable review, and in general… yes I strongly disapprove of this subset of anime. That being said, Tomodachi ga Sukunai did slightly better in my opinion. Maybe it’s because the anime’s focal point is half romance half slice of life. Slice of life isn’t quite the right way to describe it, but the premise and most of the show consists of seven mostly high schoolers’ attempts to stop being an outcast and find friends. As a result, hijinks occur between their clashing personalities, and the evil main female protagonist provides the audience with many laughs due to her love of putting the other members through torture. It’s a pretty straightforward series so I won’t say much, but there is fan service galore, tastefully done for the most part, hilarious comedic moments, and a few touching dialogues here and there. Every episode was entertaining, and for some relatively light humor done decently well, I’d recommend this show.