Haikyuu!! Second Season Episode 25 Discussion
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I fucking cried not once, but twice!
First time when everyone slapped Iwaizumi on the back, and the second when everyone stayed late at school to congratulate the Karasuno boys. Finally, after 50 episodes they're getting the recognition they deserve ;-;
Adored the exchange between Oikawa and Ushijima too boi shoulda gone to Shiratorizawa Is there any particular reason he didn't choose Shiratorizawa though? Is it just because they're so strong that he'd rather wallow in the feeling of beating them instead of being on their team? I wanna know for sure!
All in all a great finale, but thank god I don't have to wait for season 3 like everyone else did. That'd be terrible.
If only it were longer than 10 episodes though -_-
Also, I can't be the only one who is annoyed by Ushijima, right?
One thing I've always loved about Haikyuu is that there's this clean line between the sport and the relationships between characters...what happens on the court, stays on the court.
Not a lot of sports anime do that and delve into unnecessary angst. I guess Ushijima just reminds me of one of those guys looks like he's walked straight outta KnB
Let's just hope he either gets better during the game...or at the very least his teammates are more interesting than he is.
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Oct 16, 2017 7:28 AM
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Well it wasn't quite as bad as the first season, but it was still pretty bad, and took a lot of willpower to sit through the episodes. The new manager was nice, so it was at least tolerable in the scenes she was in, especially since their old manager is so boring and dull. Overall the show is a good representation of everything that makes the Weekly Shonen Jump style of storytelling so inherently awful. Now it's time to struggle through the 3rd season. It's only 10 episodes so it shouldn't be as hard, but I'm almost at my genkai here in terms of how much terrible shonen I can stomach.