The Idolmaster Cinderella Girls Episode 23


More drama this week, as expected. Poor Uzuki, her smile basically no longer looks the same. You could see how things aren’t going so well since last week, and finally Uzuki is making her move. As how Rin and Mio made their own decisions, it comes a shock to everyone else about Uzuki as well. I can’t really blame her, out of all the girls I think she is probably the one which has the biggest problem compared to other girls.


As predicted Uzuki is going to make those two ungrateful friend of her’s realize what they did was wrong towards her. Sounds harsh? Maybe, but the fact that Rin and Mio knows what they did was wrong and never actually comfort Uzuki is kinda the problem for me. Rin keepĀ asking Uzuki whether she is fine or not, I don’t know how many times she has asked already, but it’s really obvious she is not fine. The good thing about Uzaki going back to basics is basically making Rin and Mio realize something…like finally.


The moment the producer told Rin and Mio that Uzuki has yet to give an answer about them performing as New Generations, kinda give the biggest hint. Now they really feel bad about it, which is a good thing. The Uzuki we know would have said yes about the performance, so yeah if they still didn’t get the hint, I’d kill myself.


In the end Rin took the aggressive way of clearing things up. Good thing they all told what they really feel, if not this could never be resolve. The problem is it isn’t fix yet though. I like the part that Rin was being honest with her and all aggressive. I also like the part that Rin remembers that Uzuki was the one who made her decide of being an idol in the first place. Very touching, but the most important part is how shitty both Rin and Mio has been treating her, and they finally realize that. Poor Uzuki, you deserve better šŸ™


This season is kinda underwhelming to be honest. The only thing that could make me feel better is Project Krone falling apart, and I don’t see that part ever happening, or Rin and Anastasia quitting Project Krone, I can’t see that happening either. A consolation prize would be Project Krone not being a big hit at the end, and they join forces with Cinderella Project.Ā Just 2 more episodes left, and I don’t think they got enough time to make me feel better about it. I kinda wish it was longer, so they could at least make up for all the drama. Maybe a movieĀ could fix it for me. Kinda wish Mishiro never appeared as well. Too much negative yes? Well let’s just hope the ending is good. Sad that we have to wait longer for the next 2 episode to come out. Let me know how do you think it will in the end, maybe your thoughts could make me feel better about it. Thanks for reading.



  1. I think you might be doubting Mio and Rin… well of course the Producer has told off Mishiro who consider having him sack Uzuki, which is apparent that Mishiro doesn’t care about how the idols feel, but more about the money. I think once he step up his efforts, for sure the girls will be moved by the effort to revive New Generations next time…

    Project Krone not disbanding and being absorbed would be like Lady Tremaine winning and Cinderella not getting a happy ending… I am betting 100% that the girls will end up quitting after next time, or that Mishiro won’t allow them to participate in the ball, causing them to quit their group. After all, it has to fit the fairy tale since Cinderella is in the title after all.

    • It’s not about doubting, it’s more about why they didn’t care much about Uzuki. Yeah the part about New Generations has been hinted for a while now, I guess it’s finally happening, and maybe something good will happen between them, I hope so.

      That’s the problem.. Project Krone shouldn’t even exist in the first. I just hope you are right, because it would definitely be best for the series that way. I don’t see any other way that could make me more satisfied with the current state the series is in.

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