The quality of the cases on Nazotoki wa Dinner no Ato de have picked up the last three episodes. Each of them have done something to intrigue my interest and have more depth than the first three episodes. Episode 4 included a case in which Reiko was misunderstood as a suspect for murder. Episode 5 involved a dispute between a manga author and illustraitor. Episode 6 had an intriguing case which was confused for a "curse." However, the comedy is still hit or miss and Kitagawa Keiko's character, Reiko, has yet to do anything noteworthy. There's not much development for any of the characters so far. The butler, Kageyama, is keeping it interesting with his brutal honesty towards Reiko and his impressive deductive skills. The acting is ok. Nothing great but nothing bad either.