While I’m two episodes behind Sailor Moon Crystal, I am shocked that she still doesn’t know how to use a computer in 2014!
While the show still trying figure out what it wants to be, at least Yanagi is setting things right by confessing and rejecting Yuki at the same time. It’s obvious that things were never going to work out for her since he will be part of the family. If they dated, it will just make things feel very awkward, especially when he is going to be part of her family soon after their mother and father finally marry each other. By rejecting him, this puts Touko in a tough position since Yanagi might make a move on Kakeru.
Either way, it’s easy to feel sorry for Yuki since he has three strikes against him. If this were baseball, he would be out of the game of love. Because of this, I can understand why some viewers are frustrated by Yanagi’s behavior.
I’m glad that Hana dream of a Yosakoi club is becoming reality. They now have four members, a temporary club activity space and an advisor! Still, I felt that the highlight of the episode is Yaya finally fitting in thanks to Tami besides the speech Naru made to Hana about sharing happiness. At first, Yaya feels that she doesn’t fit in. Thankfully with Tami sharing some of her own experiences, it allowed Yaya to warm up to her.
Now that everyone experienced Yosakoi first hand, I wonder what the group is going to do next. We just have to wait and see.
Free Eternal Summer
Nagisa definitely trolled us in the beginning when he popped out of the bath in Makoto’s home. Unfortunately, he ran away from home. It seems that Nagisa is in bad terms with his parents because of bad grades.
His parents kind of reminds me of a stereotypical strict Asian parent who push their child to study hard and not allow their child to do any other activities except music in the hopes that their child will get into a good college. Even so, I’m glad that Nagisa at least pushed himself to resolve his differences with his parents so that he can continue swimming. Of course, it wouldn’t be possible without Haruka calling Miho for help. ¶