THIS IS AN ANIME ONLY DISCUSSION POST. DO NOT DISCUSS THE MANGA BEYOND THIS EPISODE.
This episode was really funny.
Seeing Masako possessed, and the that ghost's bad luck sure made me laugh =P
Also, I wonder why Naru acceptes everything Masako asks.
AllegroDiRossi said: Can someone explain the 'patron' joke to me?
Generally, I would just assume it had something to do with prostitution,
but I don't know if I'm missing something due to the cultural differences?
I think you're exactly right xD John meant that Masako's father might be sponsoring Shibuya Psychic Research, but what they understood is that there's this other kind of sponsoring going on between Masako and Naru ;)
Hehe, a very lighthearted episode. I'm liking Monk-san more and more with every episode, more than Kazuya, I think. Trying to cheer MAi up was nice of him.
And, um...what complete failure at killing yourself and then giving it up. Suicide isn't funny, but this...xD
Aww, I loved this episode. I really didn't expect the fake couples to go in that direction. (I thought it would be more age-appropriate. I mean the monk is 25 and Mai is 16. It'd make more sense for her to be paired up with John.) But I'm glad it happened the way it did, since it was both funny and cute. Especially the end, haha.
Did anyone else notice that Naru kinda looked unhappy (more than usual XD) as he was leaving with Masako while looking at Mai or is it just me? well in any case hilarious episode, it was funny how they all competed for Naru in their own way but it seems like this round went to Masako :D
For some reason I was expecting some plot twist where this girl was just overly emotional or something about this guy and they weren't actually exclusive. It probably had something to do with me thinking this was another three or four part episode. But I'm glad they slipped in a filler like this into the series. It was fun and light hearted for a change, but sad that the girl did end her life for a lowlife loser like him, of course there's nothing wrong with a little revenge like that every now and again!
Almost until the very end I was like "was this one-episode arc and bad at that?", but then I guess that I liked it in it's last minutes. It's actually somewhat relieving to have one of these cases, once in a while, because the long and thrilling arcs are actually quite tiring.
InfiniteDestiny said: Did anyone else notice that Naru kinda looked unhappy (more than usual XD) as he was leaving with Masako while looking at Mai or is it just me? well in any case hilarious episode, it was funny how they all competed for Naru in their own way but it seems like this round went to Masako :D
No his face didint change. IT NEVER FREAKING CHANGES hes a plank of wood. Anywho a entertaining episode and it felt pretty werid for them to mess around with suicide. Also mai is anoying each time her feelings are shown for naru. Thats her one flaw for me.
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What a great episode! I laughed so much when they imitated the girl who was late. And omg, it was just so funny. It's nice how it seemed serious at first but then didn't take itself too seriously. Nice break from the long arcs with serious mysteries
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