I don't care about kayo, women will be whores that's only natural.
But at some point, this little shit saw that satoru (from his point of view) was obviously into kayo, he even saw how far satoru went to saving her, but even so he decides to end up fucking and impregnating kayo despite knowing that satoru was interested in her, what a gutsy kid!
sensei literally did nothing wrong, him killing kayo and hiromi was just him trying to save satoru from being a cuck
>he is the only one aside from Kenya amongst Satoru's friends that helped Kayo without Satoru telling him shit.
My point was that he saw from the start that satoru and kayo had a thing going. Satoru did much more for kayo than hiromi did.
I would have been mad if kenya ended up with kayo though.
This author always has thing for Shota/Midget winning at life. In "Cradle of monster" there is a midget support character that randomly won the big boobs gyaru and become a famous doctor or some shit too while the relatively musculine male lead die alone in the sunken ship. Probably some sort of author's wish fulfillment.
I meant Kenya helped after Satoru asked him to. He kinda just went along and help Satoru.
Well he may have help Satoru because of friendship, he may very well have other motive
just a little fun specualtion
>he saw from the start that satoru and kayo had a thing going
maybe he is really a girl stealin Alpha
I love how everyone thinks kayo and MC actually wanted to get together just because they were the most prominent characters.
Literally never once did they ever have romantic feelings for each other.
>I-I'm a secondary faggot!
>I d-don't know that satoru was in love with airi the whole t-time and that t-they end up together!!
Nigga you blind if you think there was no romance created the longer he was with her. The series was trying to put them together very hard throughout and in the end the author spaghettied all over the place.
Is a trite syndrome. Anons love to win in fiction, because there is no other place they could win, so this end was a massive butthurt to many of them.
> A ten year old girl
> Coming from a family with a long history of domestic violence
> She was bullied and ignored by her peers
> Her concept of human relations was shattered
> Kayo was not in a position to "fall in love" because her age and her context
> Satoru practically ruined her life trying to kill her mother
> For the reader, Satoru is the hero.
> But from another point of view,is the grandmother who comes to rescue the precarious situation of Kayo. When things starts going better in her family, she begins to feel happy
> Kenya best boy
>the only reason to take interest in another person is whether or not you're going to or get to fuck them
Satoru just wanted to feel like a hero and not like a 29 year old loser. Are you telling me if you had a chance to go back to when you were 10 years old and save somebody you would do fuck all if it turned out the person you saved ended up being friends with somebody else after you went into a coma?
Besides, I thought the main reason Satoru saved Kayo was to clear his name and save his mother in the future.
If your looking at this from an actual writing point of view, you also need to consider that on top of the romance going nowhere, the 15 years coma was just hack writing, the Mothers life has been ruined, his has been ruined by proxy and all the people he saved with revival are now dead.
All in all pretty fucking terrible ending excluding the NTR shit
>all the people he saved with revival are now dead.
Possibly. Timelines can be murky as shit; for all we know messing up Sensei's plans changed the future just enough that the people he saved were still saved.
I don't really feel that this is NTR at all, but the androgynous kid that also happened to be saved by him, beeing the father, was kind of tasteless.
I also kinda agree with OP, in some point he made the decision of make a gigantic dick move.
It was absolutely hack writing but I'm concerned that some people LITERALLY think it makes sense to wait 15 years for the minute possibility of being with a childhood friend, or for a 29 year old man to fall in love with and expect that from a fucking child, and that said child is a whore for not fulfilling their demands.
The author should have made kayo marry a random person,don't talk to be about realism,do you seriously think that two 10 years old kids will end up having a baby,like that never happened in real life
It'sjust retarded to develop a relationship between two characters, and then throw away that relationship like the author did.
I mean, really? Hiromi? Even Kenya would've made more sense.
Its not really that precise detail people are upset about. If you look at it logically with just the facts then of course in a 15 year coma, you will start to date around.
From a storytelling perspective, a romance that has been built up has just been absolutely crushed in the space of about 15 minutes. People are reacting like she cucked him because, to the viewer, it when from Romantic interest to with another man in less then a single episode.
It just shows that timeskips are hack writing, this whole anime is terrible and just because the audience can't really put into exact words why something is shit, it doesn't change the fact that the anime is terrible.
>Even Kenya would've made more sense
That's some real shit taste you have there anon
I don't get why they did a coma when they could have just had him overcome the sensei and correct his timeline. I guess it was to cut Kayo out of any chance of a romantic relationship with mc?
C'mon. Timeskips are a quintessential characteristic of hack writing; it's just an easy way out.
Seriously, timeskips are up there with overly-ambiguous endings and "the world ends" endings.
>Kayofags get cut
>Airifags get written out
I mean, Kenya was closer to Kayo; he was still pretty much an acquaintance to her, but still. I mean, Hiromi is such a random pick - seriously, even a random stranger would've been betterm
A random stranger was actually the only reasonable option since any of the friends results in them being shitty friends and moving in on the girl while they are watching him in a coma.
No, really, that's like writing 101. Timeskips are, generally speaking, used to end the story in a fast manner; they really are an "easy way out" device.
If you use a timeskip, you can just avoid developing the overall plot and characters.
I heard that this was at the top of MAL ratings for a while. I hope it's going to crush hard there now; this would make me happy.
I'm so glad I decided to wait to pick this up. I'd SO regret ever having watched it, now I can drop it hard before ever picking it up.
But I nevertheless know too much and it still hurts. Oh, the wasted potential!
I totally agree that it's an awful narrative choice, like I said I'm just concerned about people who've developed such a complex from the cuck meme that they sincerely think Kayo was in the wrong and is a whore. It was a poorly written, unsatisfying ending but nobody really did the wrong thing.
>Oh look Kenya is a lawyer.
>Hiromi is a doctor.
>Fat guy is
WHY DID THEY IGNORE THE OTHER TWO FRIENDS.
Timeskips can be okay sometimes, like when the main plot is already resolved and the author is going for a "where are they now" epilogue
But in this case it was pretty retarded, yeah
The point is they stayed together and her feelings for the mc were enough to where she visited quite a bit for 15 years. The fact that Hiromi moved on a girl when it was that kind of situation shows how shitty he is. Can only imagine them talking about it during sex.
As of now, yes. Leaving shipping shit aside, the writing of the show became shit in such a short amount of time that it really must earn some sort of accolade for it.
In that case they're okay.
Anon, it's a time travel story. Unless you expected it to never catch back up to the present, there was going to be either a timeskip or more time-traveling, which is the exact same thing in terms of the avoiding development stuff you're talking about.
i expected a travel back to present but not the long way through a coma with the main villain still running around probably murdering numerous other people cause mc lost like a bitch
Grief brings people together. Mutual grief, acceptance of said grief and bonding in order to get over that grief can lead to powerful emotions. Honestly, the writing would be even hackier if Kayo HAD waited; moving on would be the more realistic option.
Fat Guy really had the best end.
They probably ended up having a romantic relationship to forget about/get past Satoru's situation, if only for a few hours. Why would they randomly think about it during sex? Do you have insightful conversations with your partner while making them ahegao?
>Like I said moving on is fine but moving from one friend in a circle to another is disgusting writing
Is your main problem the perceived NTR? Because that's what it sounds like to me. They were brought together by mutual grief and from that bonding they formed a relationship. It's basic psychology. It doesn't mean they don't care about Satoru, it just means they've moved on (which is not a bad thing).
>From the viewer's perspective
So wish fulfillment bullshit that /a/ is always railing about?
>2 kids like each other
>boy goes into coma
>mutual friend comforts girl, probably without any underlying motives (because they're literally 5th graders)
>over the years they develop feelings for each other
>they're no longer 5th graders, 1 thing leads to another
This same damn plot device has been used in movies before and everyone here calls Hiromi an asshat? If anything I'd be disappointed in the author for using this stereotypical love story trope
except this isn't a love story you NTRfags
It's just lazy writing, anon. There are so many thing that the writer could've done - Satoru could've solved the cases, and after solving them, he goes back in time through time travel, and once he does that we get a comfy epilogue about how everyone changed. And even if that's also hack writing, it's much better than what we have.
And using the coma isn't bad because it's a cliché - it's bad because it's a common example of lazy writing. Think about it for a sec, do you realize how unncesary the coma really is? It's very rushed, and I really think that the writer went with the coma just to keep the viewer/reader intrigued when
Yashiro tries to drown Satoru.
Look friends don't do that with other friends especially when it is perceived that at some point they were in a romantic relationship (whether they were or not is irrelevant cause it looked that way to everyone in the group). It was a shit choice for her lover and shows that he was a shitty friend.
The first and the second are, the third isn't as far as I know.
Anyway, the author is better at writing comedy. I would fucking love a half run-time Nanako-san show.
>Look friends don't do that with other friends
>It was a shit choice for her lover and shows that he was a shitty friend.
Who hurt you, anon?
Nothing suggests they were regularly visiting at that point. They probably heard he had woken up and showed up because of that. The fact that he brought them together isn't really important.
15 years anon. You can't dwell on some dude in a coma forever.
He stopped killing people when Satoru was found in a coma
>Sensei waited for Satoru to wake up
Explain this shit cucks
> Look friends don't do that with other friends
> whether they were or not is irrelevant cause it looked that way to everyone in the group
If we're really pulling this from-his-perspective bullshit, then I'd like to remind you that from his perspective Kayo and Satoru were fucking ten year olds with a crush on each other. Would you seriously feel guilty because you married your friend's crush from fourth grade? Because if I married your crush from fourth grade and then you started telling me that I was a shitty friend because real friends don't do that to each other, I'd wonder why I was friends with a fucking nutcase.
If we saw it from Hiromi's perspective and Kayo ended up with someone who just woke up from a coma after he spent 15 years being there for her, who's the cuck then? The whole concept is so absurdly illogical, I can't wait for the meme to die.
With the body and mind of a fellow 10 year old, as far as everybody aside from maybe Kenya and Sensei know. Satoru never told anybody else outright about his Butterfly Effect bullshit.
Spin-off where Satoru turns into a edgelord after he publish a manga based on his time travel adventures but 2ch only bashes him to the point he turns into psycho who kills Hiromi, and makes Kayo's son travel in time to avoid the murder of his father when?
The Hiromi x Kayo is the least insulting thing about this episode
What is the most annoying part about this show is that the time travel still isn't explained very well.
We've seen Satoru go back to the past a few times. What's stopping him from just going back again? It seems like a real waste to literally fuck 15 years of both your and your mother's life up for no reason, especially now that he knows the culprit. As a matter of fact, not going back is actually hypocritical since that teacher could've killed people during Satoru's sleep even if he says he didn't, who's gonna trust a childmurderer?
If Satoru can BUT doesn't go back in time because of some warped moral code, then he's the most retarded MC I've seen in a while.
This episode might as well be pointless if he ends up going back in time anyway but it'll probably resolve next episode and become an anime original ending. Fuck this anime
>What's stopping him from just going back again?
He can't control it. It just happens if he sees one of those butterflies, then he has to figure out what to do to save whoever triggered the butterfly.
But the least he could do is give some sort of boundary like a limit to how many times he can go back or some other condition. It makes for too much of a convenient plotdevice right know.
He doesn't need to unravel the complete inner workings of his timetravel powers
He made plenty micro timejumps before and 2 big timejumps and that's it. He always jumps before something happens to children.
What do you want more? It's like saying that time traveling in Dr. Who is convenient protdevice, well yes it is but it doesn't make less fun.
These threads are amazing.
>But the least he could do is give some sort of boundary like a limit to how many times he can go back or some other condition.
This isn't Butterfly Effect. Satoru cannot control when he goes back in time, he can only take the opportunity as given.
Assuming you're being serious (because I love making an ass out of you and me), he probably didn't forget how to walk, he just has severely atrophied muscles.
Your inb4 has no power here.
At some point I thought all his micro timejumps were related to Sensei's criminal intentions. Something like, everytime he jumped and changed the timeline, he wasn't saving some random life, but actually interfering in some way in one of Sensei's kidnappings or something like that. But it was nothing, only his mom recognizing him was related.
>I don't care about kayo, women will be whores that's only natural.
So this is the infamous scene everyone's been talking about
Like holy shit, you faggots missed the whole point n why Satoru saved Kayo and the rest of the people
It's a childhood love, get your shitty OTP fantasies out of here and let characters move on and be happy for them
What love? An unresolved semi crush you had when you were 10 on an adult in a child's body who shouldn't realistically reciprocate because he's 29 and has a hot teenager waiting for him in the future?
It's mind boggling that people assume their romance would work out even if she did wait 15 fucking years for him.
Hello I'm Hiromi
>one's a normal 11 year-old-girl
>beaten by her mom every single day of her childhood
>taken in by grandmother and driven off somewhere far away from her familiar surroundings
Ah, it's good to be /a/mong my people.
>wake up from coma
>can barely walk
>remember who tried to kill you
>go to the roof alone with the guy that tried to kill you and say to his face that he's a fucking lunatic
>get pushed off the roof
>Saving a female for no personal gain
Fucking faggot cuck ruined the show
Kayo deserves to be raped and beheaded, her kid set on fire and fed to dogs and the little cucker Hiromi forced to trap and fucked in the ass by all the men in town.
a 29 year old that regressed to a 6th grader for a bit, but that's beside the point
His goal was to be a hero since the very beginning ever since he was aware of his time travel ability. Things ended up this way because he wanted them too and he couldn't be happier for Kayo and Hiromi
Then we have these insecure faggots projecting their cuckold NTRing insecurities in this scene that is probably one of the most emotional scenes in the manga and anime.
Why are Kayofags so insufferable? She knew Satoru for like 3 weeks in real time, so why are they so butthurt she moved on during the 15 years that he was in a coma?
If it ever got explained it'd just degenerate into people self-inserting about how they'd totally have done things differently like this and this until they end up with Airi, Kayo and Hiromi as their personal harem and also with ten million moonbux and a foot long penis because reasons.
Not everything in life needs an explanation. The timetravel is just a plot device; don't read too much into it.
Isn't it pronounced like "cook", not like "cahk"?
You know, because it's short for cuckold, which is pronounced /ˈkʌk(ə)ld/.
I did it few times when anime was really bad. Anime doesn't magically become better when it is in second half. If it is shit it is shit even if it is last episode. Falling for that trick is just irrational.
Why? It costs me nothing and gives me authority when I discuss why or why not something is shit, since I can point out specifics instead of having to rely on hearsay about later episodes.
Besides, I've got a completionist personality. It just wouldn't sit right with me if I didn't see something through to the bitter end.
It gives me ammunition when people like >>138755761 pipe up, and like I said, it costs me nothing. I don't have access to it right now, but all it really is is a notepad with series names and short, one-line summaries for each entry.
>post yfw this anime immediately drops scores on MAL because of NTR
>notepad with series names and short, one-line summaries for each entry.
Somehow this thought entertained me to the level my face started smiling.
You are really responsible anime observer. Keep doing your work, maybe in future someone will need that list and you will provide.
Cuckolding memes aside, Satoru is a lolicon and needs to be stopped.
The score has remained the same for 6 hours so I don't believe it will change.
Too bad adult hiromi looks like a fat-faced fuck.
Kayo must be drowning herself in regret for not waiting for satoru.
Well, airi is best girl anyway.
B-but she's looking away from him in the picture.
I actually envy those who can selfinsert as characters and actually feel like being part of the story. I did have that ability too, but somehow it disappeared. Now I watch anime ironically without any empathy with characters. Only things I feel is mild entertainment or disgust. It's kind of sad. There is no thrill anymore for me.
Will Satoru become the new Yashiro in a few years?
I doubt I ever had that ability to begin with, but if someone truly can ' feel part of the story ' by self-inserting, then I can understand why some people like haremfaggotry while I can't stand it.
>both satoru and his mother literally lost 15 years of their lives
Tell me he time jumps again.
>My whole life was a disaster.
>I wish my power kicked in to allow my make sure I never get NTRed.
>It actually does, except it's time travel instead of time leap because he is still his adult self.
Is it really ntr when the MC doesn't care?
>inb4 someone posts the fake scan
I theoretically have it but only when there is a character whose way of thinking and character traits and shit are almost exactly like mine so it only happens in maybe 1 or 2 series out of 100 I watch.
What if I just want the characters to end up together because it would be good for character development and would help make the story more interesting/the ending more satisfying.
I'm an Airi fag
>That would literally be the best ending possible. A last time jump right at the end before going to the hockey stadium.
Sensei already suspected him at that point. It would be pointless backpedaling.
Satoru must be wondering why his ass feels so loose after he woke up.
Killing sensei is also an option.
>haven't watched opening for a while
Older Sensei needs more stubble. Stubble is very attractive on ossans
I know this is nearly 2 decades later but he doesn't even look the same. Also I'm guessing from the opening that it will be anime original.
It's actually a
h-fanmanga from pixiv.
This anime needs an epilogue OVA.
I don't know what that original end would be though. I don't even know how they're gonna end the showdown on the roof. Maybe Satoru told everything to Kenya when he remembered and they already expected that Yashiro would try to kill him and are only waiting for his move to catch him more or less red-handed.
It doesn't upset me that Kayo didn't end up with Satoru, but why Hiromi? It's thrown at you. It doesn't make sense. There's nothing leading up to it. It feels filthy. Just some random guy would have been okay, but no, the author went all out. Obviously it's not a realistic story, but childhood friends rarely get together and make it last, but in this story we have two characters doing so.
I never really cared nor got involved with the cuck meme but I still think it is a shit ending.
This Anime has been a good watch but a shit Anime.
Enough with your NTR this or cucked that.
Kayo still a qt.
Getting butthurt about this show you are faggots.
So what was the actual truth about those lollipops? Did he use them to catch lolis or were they really just a substitution for cigarettes?
holy shit, all these threads. I'm dying of laughter.
Am i the only one who doesn't give fuck either way? I don't like NTR but i just don't give a shit about this episode. If anything im pissed that they rushed things.
Would be a useless and dangerous kill. Actually, he probably didn't kill anybody in this timeline it seems. At least nothing the anime has confirmed yet, I am not talking about the manga.
The only real threat is Satoru. But I don't really understand why he didn't kill him during all those coma years, especially since he has tons of connections and money now.
No anon, you don't get it! If a guy likes you and he saves you from abuse you owe him your life as well as your virginity and you must give him a family and make him live happily ever after! When a guy does something nice for you no matter how big or small it is, you are indebted to him for the rest of your natural life. He's in a 15 year coma and you have no idea if he will ever recover? Pah, you stay by his side and dedicate yourself to him forever because he saved you! You owe him everything!
Oh, and ignore the fact that if the sexes were reversed, the guy would have dropped his comatose wife like a bad habit the second a new chick looked his way.
Just forget about all that.
Why not Hiromi? She knows him, they both went through a mutual tragedy with their friend being in a coma. I don't see it as being so strange.
Yeah I fucking hate that gender confused hiromi as much as the next guy, but it's not like it doesn't make any sense for her to end up with him.
Cute but its all speculation since he decided to just skip it all. Hell he could of hated Satoru and wanted to fuck her on top of him while he was in a coma and it's a valid hypothesis because the author decided to skip it.
He reminded me of him during the car scene. Kira's first scene was in a car too. Well, Kira and his hand-girlfriend.
It's anime, who the fuck watches this shit to go, "oh, yeah, this is exactly how it should go like IRL!".
Satoru gave away his life to save her life literally. Yeah, kids, blah blah, but come the fuck on. I would actually have been 100% fine if Kayo ended up with some random dude, because she deserves a happy ending, but what the fuck is this Hiromi shit? The two people he sacrificed 15 years for, and went through a shit storm to rescue, ended up together? I'm supposed to be happy about that? Makes zero fucking sense.
Again, it's fiction. Why the fuck couldn't they have gone the route where Satoru actually got something from his huge sacrifice? He came out of this with NOTHING.
If he really gets Airi end I will be happy, because at this point fucking shit, I just want to see the guy get a good end for the shit he went through.
This show isn't about the love story anyway. Who gives a shit why they ended up together? Probably is just some boring ass, typical "we got comfortable around each other and decided to marry one another" story that happens all the time in real life.
>Yeah, so we're both really sad and sorry about our friend that helped us from getting ABDUCTED and KILLED
>Yeah Hinazuki I totally know he liked you and you liked him back but how about we hook up together and surprise him with a baby for when he wakes up he'll totally love that
>Yeah he showed some interest when we were 10 year old stupid farts. We should deny our love for one another on the off chance he still likes you or that he even wakes up from a coma he's been in for 15 years.
Not the show's problem that the MC gets fucked over? Oh ok. Guess I'm suppose to be happy with the show for shitting all over it's MC who did a noble ass thing with no reason to do so.
Yeah, great writing. Not the show's problem at all.
any story that puts that many relationship flags up through the whole thing just to drop it like that in the end is shit without question the ending is complete garbage and should have taken the less retarded route of him confronting the sensei as a child and overcoming him to get booted back into the future where he still can see Airi in a non awful way and could even have Kayo and the rest as friends in which even if she hooked up with the manlet it would be less disgusting
Yeah but he wants/needs to kill him nonetheless so why don't do it when it's safe? Unless he respects him so much that he wants him to listen to a bunch of stuff first and wants to be aware of his murder when he kills him.
This is the face of a man that really wanted to have spawned babies with Kayo.
So, Satoru fucked his own life and his mother's just so he could save three kids? He really should get another revival chance at least.
who gives a shit if you personally are not happy with it?
is it a objectively a good story? i dont fucking know, but saying you don't like sad endings so you think this story is bad because of that is retarded.
Doesn't sound like I'm the only one upset at this. People are saying this shit happens irl blah blah, like what the fuck, no shit. I don't think people can travel back in time and all that bullshit so no, I'm not going to accept realism at some random point in the story because "tragic end".
It makes sense in the narrative but it's bad storytelling, if you're going to give a twist like this you have to properly build up the moment otherwise it feels like it came out of nowhere.
Story changed quite a bit.
The one to stop the paparazzi was supposed to be Airi.
Show turned it to yashiro.
So we're sure there is no way in hell Airi will win the Satorubowl now since they never meet.
Satoru has the face of someone dissapointed that he was not able to tap Kayo; In his frustration, draws kayo with his pretend baby (notice the hair) Not Hiromi's. >>138761481
I think with this; I can confidently say Satoru will jump once more into the past using revival.
There were 2 1/2 unadapted volumes by the time episode 10 ended.
>If we saw it from Hiromi's perspective and Kayo ended up with someone who just woke up from a coma after he spent 15 years being there for her, who's the cuck then?
This actually happened to me.
>make small group of friends
>lasts for years
>couple pairs form when we're about 12-13
>when I was 15 guy with the girl I liked got in a car accident and coma
>was there for girl, but didn't make a move for 2 years
>we support each other through college
>we're together and happy for five years
>friend wakes from coma
>we all reunite and help him recover for months
>slowly she starts to slip away, skipping out on routine things to spend more time with him
>all of our years together fade away in the light of nostalgia
Being second to your first place sucks ass
I actually liked it this way. His mother is the only one worth saving in this entire show. Not the slut Kayo, not the faggot trap Hiromi not that irrelevant girl from other school. I'd waste 15 years if it meant I get to save my based as fuck mother.
I bet this does come back to one last revival into the past where he fixes everything. Will probably happen just before he hits the ground after being chucked off the roof by yashiro.
Sensei knew what would happen in the future.
He first tried to save Satoru from NTR by killing Kayo, but then he realised how much Satoru cared about her and decided to kill Hiromi instead to prevent the grim future. But Satoru didn't know that and prevented Hiromi's death as well.
>cut to years later
>Satoru is now a teacher thanks to Sensei's political ties helping him
>he looks up, seeing Kayo's son in his class
>the thread is there
>he smiles, stands, and introduces himself as their teacher
I love tragic endings anon, but this isnt even tragic.
It like playing a videogame and instead of getting the best ending, the normal ending or the bad ending you got the shitty good ending that just makes it feel uncomplete, like they needed to have a shitty good ending so they made some shit.
I would do a Novel one, but that would get me called out for being /jp/.
>Satoru still visits Sensei
>Goes to his house for dinner
>Notices Sensei's wife looks very much like himself.
>Sensei is looking over at him for a reaction whenever he compliments his wife or kisses her.
Just read the manga and its ending and it felt a lot more fulfilling than the anime so far
>how are they going to shoehorn in Airi if in the manga Airi is the trigger to getting back Satoru's memories?
>the entire discovery, planning and confrontation with Yashiro involving Kenya and the detective led to Satoru confronting and beating Yashiro and tying up all loose ends >In the anime they skip all that and most of Satoru's rehab and instead the confrontation is on a roof before Satoru gets crutches or bonds with Kumi, no narration switch from the mother to Yashiro
>The trigger to Satoru getting his memory back is plot convenience from one second to the next without any recap of everything so they can have a suspenseful cliffhanger
The only way I can see Airi end happening is keeping the epilogue the same, but the flood of memories that should have happened an episode and a half ago comes back then
Or they just skip that as well
"Just finished the manga, people really overmemed the whole NTR thing, glad I didn't drop it. The only problem I had was the teacher going full no homo in the last chapters."
You fucking manga nerd. go suck a penis and get a life.
>he lost his memory
>he really fucking lost his memory
He was just an edgy fuck, didn't you see the first scene in this episode talking about the hamsters?
2ch was mocking these threads earlier. Everyone who mentioned NTR got called a gaijin.
Well, that was certainly an embarrassing time for them to come in.
This episode made no sense at all. Everything went to shit the very moment Yashiro re-introduced himself to Satoru.
What if Satoru did remember everything and just called the cops on him? He was right there, he wasn't in hiding, in another city, country, or anything.
Or what if Yashiro re-introducing himself made Satoru remember everything? Yashiro telling Satoru his name, his relation to him and then hanging around was the single most stupid thing I've seen in a long while. What the fuck was Yashiro thinking? Just tell Satoru you're a random dude.
Alternatively, what if Satoru didn't decide to talk to him in private, like a gigantic suicidal retard? Yashiro's plan of finishing the job would outright fail. What, would he barge into Satoru's room and fucking stab him there? What was his master plan here?
I'm catching up with the manga, and this entire arc makes much more sense there. It's much longer and it's Airi who punches the paparazzi dudes instead of fucking Yashiro out of all people.
This series should be at least 20 episodes.
Kayo having a child with Hiromi is the smallest problem in this clusterfuck of an episode.