What order am I supposed to watch this shit in?
I watched it in chronological and then the movie and it was fine
the other orders seem convoluted and you'll be confused as shit for the first several episodes
The movie is the best part of the whole series btw definitely watch that after
Doesn't matter as long as you completely watch the endless 8 between every single episode.
Broadcast for first season, especially if first watch. then watch season 2 chronologically, and alternatively watch season 1 chronologically into season 2 after watching season 1 in broadcast order.
also haruhi thread
Chronological, but skip episodes 3-9 in season 2. They are meme episodes not worth watching what so ever.
Don't even bother, you'll finish it one way or the other and then realize that it will never be finished.
Chronological obviously. I'll put it another way....you wouldn't watch season 2 of Breaking bad, then watch season 1 to understand we got here.
The broacast order crap is because they just grabbed a few of the LN stories, thinking this be a one season show. It's huge success caused season two and that's when they filled the gaps in and reaired the whole thing in the right order.
The most fun way to watch the series is to watch the movie first and then watch the series as it aired and then watch the movie again. I know it sounds counterproductive but believe me when I say this is truly the best way and the most fun.
Broadcast order puts the climaxes of the seasons where they should go, near the end. I started to watch it in chonological order and was pretty disappointed to have the most memorable episode of the season as episode 6. The buildup will make it all worth it.
Surely you're not saying in season two they look exactly like K-on characters?
You can Watch it Chronological or any other order you want, but DO NOT skip Endless 8. Only retarded folk do that.
>As for E8: You don't miss much, if you only watch the first and last episode of that.
You miss a lot of signs that Nagato is rapidly plunging into despair, it helps understand her motivation for the film. Whether it's worth 8 episodes is another matter.