Sister Princess Episode 26 Discussion
Nov 3, 2009 7:08 PM
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Oct 2, 2011 6:04 AM
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anyway, I haven't really catched the last episode...
ok, Bakaru come back to the isle...
but, who the hell is the girl ("i'm in everyone"?!?) ? what's up with the diary? Why, for Pete's sake, Bakaru lived 16 years of his life without knowing he got a battallion of imouto?
And, just for fun, how many billion got the Bakaru parents?
Hi-mi-tsu da-su :P
Jii-san said hes gonna take it to his grave didn't he ?
Sonna bakana ?!!?!
Modified by greenmarty, Oct 2, 2011 6:11 AM
Feb 19, 2012 3:49 PM
Apr 4, 2013 1:24 PM
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This show was sadly enough boring. I had to put in alot of effort to keep going up to epi nr 26. There were some good episodes but most were just boring fillers.
They all love their brother for no reason, he ain't that great at all.
He suddenly has 12 sisters yet he seemed to forget all about it and when he comes to the island he just accepts the fact that he has 12 (13) sisters without question.
At least 4 of his "sisters" seem to look at him in a romantic way that makes me wonder if they really are sisters. Not to mention the estimated ages they have, id say other then the 2 little ones, the rest of them are all in the 15-17 age or at least act that age.
I guess the end with Jii-san would mean they are not all real sisters (as also hinted in 1 of the first episodes by sakuya. When she said if they found out they are not realy related that she can be with him as more then just his sister)
I'll watch the sequel probably in the hope to find out more. maybe i'll google a bit for it.
Jun 18, 2013 1:42 PM
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Jun 15, 2014 6:21 AM
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The ending felt a little bit lackluster compared to the rest of the series. And I;m not sure I understand that bit about the little girl he made a promise with. I thought that was Karen for sure in the last episode. Maybe that'll be covered second season.
Family problems are never a pretty sight. I'm glad that Mami and Akio patched things up with each other. It was weird for Akio to join the promised island though. Why would he give up the "path to the elite" for the sake of Wataru? Maybe there is some kind of yaoi here that I'm missing.
In any case, let's move on to season 2!
Feb 7, 2015 4:50 PM
Feb 10, 2015 2:41 PM
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FrothyB said:You make a good point, it's true that might have been the main reason Akio decided to join. But still, I think we're giving the show a bit too much credit in that regard.
I think Akio joining was sort of another message saying that even the most stubborn of individuals still has the possibility to change in a sense. Akio joined the island because he thought that he and Wataru were one and the same, and he even mentions that before the island Mami-chan was the same as himself. Since he saw the two closest people to him change so drastically to even give up what was supposedly 'their dream' was a shock to him, enough so that he wanted to see what the deal was, or why/how the island changed them so much. You can only learn by doing in that sense, which is why he joined.
Overall it was a good show for the times you just want something simple and to kind of make you smile. You can always pick an episode of one of your favorite imouto's and re-watch it for a heartstring pull and a smile.It's good that you liked the anime but I thought it was rather bland for the most part. This is the kind of anime that you really only watch once in my opinion. Atleast I never plan on re-watching this show again. Again, not that I completely hate it but just not good enough for me to enjoy again.
Also, congrats on your first post!
Feb 15, 2015 1:46 PM
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