Space Brothers episode 29
I wanted to write about Suki-tte Ii na yo as well, since it’s an amazing masterpiece, but I decided to stick with Space Brothers only. I didn’t want to have to do too much on my lazy Sundays. Besides, Space Brothers alone is good enough to keep me entertained.
Anyway, I’ll keep this post as short as I can, as I have several other things to do. Let’s just say that I’m generally satisfied by this week’s episode. They didn’t drag things out, they didn’t give us a load of nonsense and called it an episode, and they didn’t focus too much on stupid things. All-in-all a good episode if you ask me.
Frankly, based on the last few episodes, I was under the impression that we had to wait another episode or two before we got to see those launches. But no, the first rocket already launched and it’s Hibito’s turn next. Having seen all of that in just one episode, after having endured so many time-consuming episodes? I loved it!
It’s disappointing, yet not entirely unexpected, but Mutta got himself into trouble again. He lost, thanks to a nosy little brat, Hibito’s pet alien dog. Some brat set him free after Mutta chained him to a pole somewhere. Seriously, why can’t kids keep their damn paws of other people’s property? It’s not like it’s a secret, but I sure as hell don’t like kids. I just don’t like them. They stink, cost a lot of time and money, annoy the hell out of people and they become a huge burden as they get older. And to think that there are people out ‘there’ having children, people that shouldn’t even be reproducing in the first place.