"B-Shock!" is mostly a screwball romantic comedy, a showcase for Nakano's wry sense of humor that does not often show in her work in "Young You". However, "B-Shock!" is also a shrewd commentary on the relationship between the upper and working classes. As much as the Japanese pride themselves as being a homogeneous society, there still exists economic "haves" and "have-nots" as in all industrial societies. What would happen if you force together two people from different social strata who would normally not give each other even a passing glance?