Way too predictable....
Since ep 9 it started being boring...
No, really. At first, this was pretty much original and intersting.
(Seto no Hanayome + Hayate no Gotoku + Rumbling Hearts + Loads of References)
Well, original my a*s... It was actually somehow fresh, being able to mix all these elements peacefully.
But now, it seems pretty much rushed, and very predictable....
Yuuto no baaaaakaaaa xD
but i wouldnt say to see how the
next episode is like since its Haruka ^^
she is far away from predictable ^^
but jea in general we all know what
will happens but thats not interesting^^
the only interesting things in the show
are Harukas actions ^^
HoaRy said: I hate the part which tells Haruka got her Innocent Smile from a stranger 6 years ago (this stranger being Yuuto), it's just unnecessary. The story is fine with Yuuto being the protector of Haruka's anime-loving, why does he have to be the root for it, too?
Yeah, bringing in even more cliche, because it wasn't enough? I don't know what the heck is wrong with the producers. It's fine if you're one of the first to use it (eg. Shuffle) but is clearly stupid when that whole thing is overused.
That old man also made me remember of Nagi's grandfather, and I wouldn't be surprised if he actually was Haruka's grandfather.
And did they really have to put up a plot-twist that we know is not gonna work? Of course, nothing would be exciting if they just lived happily ever after. "Oh, we got one more episode but don't know what to do! Oh, I got it! Let's put in some rich, spoiled dude to try and snatch Haruka knowing he will fail to drag on this useless pile of clichés more!"
At least we got some of that broken Japanese that blonde guy talks (which is still cliche, but is at least funny.)
As soon as I saw that island, I thought of the island from Yu-Gi-Oh! Well, one more episode, and it's probably another predictable one, but that's to be expected from seeing all the other episodes anyway.
that blond guy...
he says Fräulein very wierd and his accent really doesn't sound german because I wouldn't happen to know any guy around here pronouncing the "r" like that..
there is no way that he's german