Engaged to the Unidentified episode 07
I’m going to have to accept the fact that a strange story just got stranger. I’m also going to have to accept that supernatural-genre is pretty much taking over and the comedy is slowly being pushed into seat number two.
Why do I say these things? Simple. We learned that the Mitsumine family, a family that used to live in the mountains where “normal” people don’t often come, aren’t quite human. They are these supernatural beings that can transform and that have certain powers. We know this. But do people also know that the supernatural-genre is taking over? Are you aware that the comedy and romance is slowing being pushed back due to characters constantly focusing on these mysterious entities? It may have been great at first, but I cannot help but realize that there hasn’t been any progress lately between Hakuya and Kobeni.
That’s not even all. Now they’re also focusing on yet another supernatural character that supposedly comes from the same mountain as Hakuya and Mashiro. I cannot help but wonder how many more supernatural characters there are inside that school of theirs. It’s certainly becoming the show’s number one topic.
I still have high hopes for Engaged to the Unidentified. I just want them to get this over with during next week’s episode. The show is nearing its end and I would at least like to have seen something happen between Hakuya and Kobeni. Let them accept one another. Let them deny one another. I don’t really care about the outcome. Just end the story properly or give us a well-deserved second season.