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Okay, we had the drama episode, the famous karaoke episode, the mystery episode and this week we got the swimsuit episode. All that’s left is the equally clichéd hot springs episode, right? I just have to accept that my long-awaited episode probably won’t come.
The one episode where Takeo and Rinko introduce themselves to each other’s parents. I believe that they have reached that point in their “relationship” that they can let their parents know about it. I just have to know how Rinko’s parents will react as her boyfriend stands before them. I’ve thought about that ever since the second episode aired and I’ve been anxiously hoping for it to air, but now that we’ve pretty much reached this point I’m going to have to start accepting the fact that such an episode might not air at all. At least not during this season.
Anyway, like I said; they all went to the beach. Takeo brought his closest friends, including his best friend, and Rinko brought some of hers so that they could all have a good time together on the beach. I thought that this would open a whole new door and push their relationship to a whole new level, but I guess I kind of overrated the situation.
I feel like I must also accept that, at least during this season, their relationship will remain “pure” and “innocent”. I doubt there’s even going to be a kiss. They like each other so much, yet they both become quite awkward when it comes to physical contact. They just don’t know what the other wants, which can be problematic. But this is nice too… Innocent romance…Read More
There are only a few things that I want to say about this episode. I am running out of time today so it’s a good thing too. I just wish that things stopped being so incredibly predictable. It took me a while to notice, but a few weeks ago I started noticing a constantly recurring pattern.
Anyway, I’m a little disappointed that Nagate didn’t end up piloting that hybrid. That girl is always there because of that guy. He doesn’t trust Nagate enough to pilot the hybrid even though he’s letting them hang out because it helps to keep the hybrid in check. She now has friends so she wouldn’t do anything stupid with them around.
It was so predictable that they would provide Nagate with an upgraded mech, their so-called mark three. If Knights of Sidonia was as lengthy as Naruto or One Piece we’d be looking at a mark five by the end of the year. That’s how it goes in this show. It’s definitely not like your average Gundam series, where they apply upgrades gradually over time. Kinda predictable… Just like the return of that red Gauna.Read More
Well, a significant improvement over last week’s episode, but it was far more annoying. It was annoying episode because now it’s kind of hard for me to decide who to root for. I am starting to believe that the vampires might not be completely wrong here…
I’ll just get straight to it; Yu-chan lost control for a little bit when he saw his friends get killed and used as meat sacks. He started to turn into this badass guy with black wings. I liked that. But hey, it means that he isn’t really human and his ‘friends’ are to blame for that. They found him many years ago and they must’ve experimented on him without his permission. It’s the sort of thing that makes you want to start rooting for the vampires. I mean, they took a little boy and turned him into something else, and a now using him as a living weapon against their enemy. It’s really hard to accept that.
I’m kind of curious to see how he’ll deal with that knowledge. His demon also knew that there was something wrong and she seemed to know more about what’s going on. I’m sure he’ll be wanting to find out more about that. I will honestly be quite disappointed if he continues to fight the vampires when ordered as though nothing had happened.
But hey, another huge battle is at hand. A group of human warriors versus a couple of vampire nobles and their vampire lackeys. This should be fun. If that colonel was a flunkey then I’m kind of wondering how strong those other guys are. I’m looking forward to seeing that annoying vampire die and I hope that those two busty vampire babes survive (for obvious reasons).Read More
This did not go nearly as I had thought. I dare say that it was way too easy. I made me wonder even more about how they’re going to end things. I mean, Bell-kun hasn’t really achieved anything yet, right? He just got stronger, that’s all.
It surprised me to see how this episode went. Bell and his friends nearly died last week when they were forced to run from hordes of monsters on the middle floors. They got trapped and forced to go further down into the dungeons in order to reach dungeon eighteen’s safe zone. You don’t expect things to go so smoothly after all that.
To be honest; I thought that Bell would have had to fight against that boss. I mean, he spawned, he was big and I was under the impression that he wouldn’t be able to pass due to him having to carry both of his friends. I thought that he would somehow manage to defeat that boss with that new super skill of his and that he would instantly level up to level three at his next update. That would’ve been awesome. A bit predictable perhaps, but awesome.
But hey, it didn’t come to that. He evaded those monsters, got passed that boss and made it to the safe zone of the eighteenth floor where he met up with Aiz and her party. It came as no surprise that she would eventually pop up at some point. She, subconsciously, is interesting in Bell and would do anything in her power to help him in his time of need. So yeah, she had her friends treat their wounds and allowed them to stay until Hestia and the rest could catch up to them, which didn’t take them all that long. They kind of came for nothing if you think about it. But hey, Hestia could update Bell’s status and make him stronger again (provided that it doesn’t give her away).Read More
I knew it. I knew this would happen eventually. They focussed so much on it that I knew that it wouldn’t be the last time we’d see that insane character. Impressive that they could find a way to make that character appear even more unstable than before.
I’ll keep it short and sweet; that insane instructor that Nagisa defeated ended up being the mastermind behind the poison attack. He even hired those assassins to amuse himself. He completely lost whatever was of his mind after Nagisa beat him at his own game. Now he’s back and looking for revenge. He even blew up the suitcase with the antidote in it.
None of this, however, has anything to do with a good ending, has it? I see no good ending coming yet. Honestly… How are they planning on ending this? Koro-sensei is still in that ball form and now they’ve got to deal with that insane maniac that plans on burying Koro-sensei and a student in a heap of anti-alien BB’s and covering them up with cement. Not the ending that I had in mind…Read More
Are you freakin’ kidding me!? We just have five months’ worth of fillers and now, after a single episode, we get yet another filler? What are they doing to Naruto Shippuuden!? They are completely ruining it. Money-hungry fools.
I won’t write new Naruto Shippuuden posts until the main story continues again. This had nothing to do with any of that. I don’t want to know more about their childhood. We’re way past that now. We already know everything that we need to know about those characters. This not the time to go back to their childhood and show us how they trained, played and fought together. And yet they had the nerve to think that it was strange that the viewer count kept going down every week. That’s not strange, that’s only to be expected when you air useless episodes like these. Honestly…Read More
Was this a great episode? I mean, I kind of saw it coming, I’m sure anyone did, but I feel as though we are one big step closer to seeing those two love birds introduce themselves to each other’s parents. I can’t wait to see that happen.
Here’s how I think it’ll go: Rinko’s parents are easy. They will be shocked when they lay eyes on the monstrous giant that just walked up to them. They won’t believe that their precious, pure little girl has gotten involved with a guy like that. They’ll probably even try to talk Rinko out of it. That’ll be interesting. And Takeo introducing Rinko to her parents will be a little less predictable. Those two are hard to read. They’ll probably react surprised to find out that their son managed to land such a beautiful girl. Maybe even fire off a few uncomfortable questions.
Anyway, this episode wasn’t that bad. Takeo took his girl to go camping in order to make up for last week’s unfortunate twist. Things often don’t go as planned so it didn’t surprise me when both of them fell off of a cliff. Normal people would’ve exploded when they hit the ground, but since Rinko was with the Japanese version of the Hulk…
I also really liked those scenes where Rinko’s girlfriends thought that she had lost her virginity. Those misunderstandings were so hilarious that it was hard to stop laughing. I thought for sure that the word “slut” would’ve popped up at least once or twice, but no… They seemed cool with the idea that Rinko had given her first to Takeo. That’s good to know. Better luck next time, Takeo…Read More
What is with this week? A lot of shows suddenly air pointless episodes that make very little to no sense. I mean, first they give us that nonsense about Nagate having to do a mission at the cost of his life, which turns out to be an order for him to go on a date. What the hell?
I’m just coming straight to the point; that commander finished yet another new toy and she, being power-hungry and all, ordered four pilots to their deaths by sending them out on a suicide mission. Izana turned out to be one of the pilots and the chances of her returning alive is small, so I’m guessing that Nagate is going to interfere with the help of Tsumugi.
I’ll be honest; I would like to see Nagate pilot Tsumugi. Tsumugi may not need a pilot and she would probably do better without, but I think that she could do better if she takes Nagate with her. Izana and the rest of those poor pilots need help either way. There’s no way they can make it out alive without help from the looks of things.Read More