Seiya has found a breakthrough, but is it enough to meet the goal?
It’s down to the last week and Seiya needs something big to meet the goal. Remember the unused stadium from several episodes back? It’s finally being used to reach the goal of 500000 visitors. They just happen to find a major league football team that didn’t have a stadium to play their 20th anniversary match at. Besides using his mind-reading powers, he manages to sweeten the deal and brought in all the special staff to refurbish the stadium quickly. I guess Tiramie finally proved his usefulness for once instead of causing trouble by fixing the field despite summoning a big plant by accident. Still, it was hilarious to watch all three mascots get tangled by the plant.
As for the big day, I had a good feeling that the goal was going to meet. No matter where you look, the park was packed with a lot of guests who are enjoying themselves. Just when I thought they were going to make it, I never predicted that the park would fall short of 250 visitors! It’s hard to believe since the cast members worked so hard. I suspect that Kurisu Takya might be that wizard that cursed Latifa. Perhaps he knows that the park is the only thing that keeping her alive. This is probably why he plotted to screw Seiya over at the last-minute. Then again, Seiya might have something up his sleeves from his childhood that nobody knows about in order to bring in the remaining 250 visitors.
While the shortfall of visitors worries me, I think Seiya will pull through. After all, Latifa believes in miracles. Even so, I wonder how he will react when he wasn’t able to fulfill the childhood promise to save her the second time. Even if the park gets saved, I have a strong feeling that he will stick around as a manager until he can actually save her. Nevertheless, this episode was very entertaining and of course, I never knew that Sylphy could draw out a sword like that during the assembly. I admit that it was amazing and somewhat random at the same time. ¶