What to expect? Another great episode, oh yeah! Personally I think this show is just too good this season, and none is anywhere close as good as this show. The way the story is told, pacing, that sense of uneasiness, I think it is what shines the most for the series. It’s quite a relaxing episode this week if you don’t think much about what Satoru has on his mind. A cute episode overall. I just kinda wish there is more to watch right away though. I need more.
My suspicion towards Kenya and the sensei still remain. It’s kinda weird but it does feel like something is going on. Everything look normal this week, but I’m definitely not letting my guard down. That scene between Satoru and Kayo’s mom though. It’s very courageous of him to confront her, but that help from his mom definitely helped things a lot. Now that his mom knows what’s going on, Kayo is pretty much safe from the physical abuses. Kayo’s mom wouldn’t dare beat her up because sooner or later people will find out if she keep doing it. The part where Satoru goes out with Kayo all the time kinda saves her from the abuse as well. Good for her. I really like it when Kayo smiles. 🙂
I think what Satoru mom did was great for them. I have a feeling that Kayo’s mom want her to be happy or something for some reason. She always abuses her child, and for once she is kinda happy for what Satoru is doing for her. While there is no signs of that, I think for a mother, it’s pretty much in their nature. I’m not so sure why Satoru is getting that sense of deja vu all the time when she was going out with Kayo, but I guess we’ll find out about it soon enough.
While everything is going according to plan for Satoru, things kinda got interesting in the end. I really wish nothing happens in the end, but since this show is psychological and what not, I’m pretty sure something bad kinda did. It’s kinda too soon maybe. Maybe the happiness will last a little longer, or not. I’m a bit conflicted though. Kayo might just be late for school for a normal reason, or her mom definitely beats the hell out of her or something when she returned back home after the birthday party. It’s kinda dumb that Satoru didn’t do the usual, and pick her up before school. That could have prevented something.
I like how the show was told though. Despite all the happiness and cute stuff going on this week. They always remind us that something bad could happen at any time of the show. It kinda plays a bit with our feelings, and the uneasiness always exist. I think that’s what makes it so interesting. It’s sooo good, I love it. One doesn’t skip the opening song too, and the ending song is pretty great as well. What’s going to happen next week, I’m not sure, but for some reason I just felt reading the manga now. Thanks for reading guys, have a good day.