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Gotoubun no Hanayome T.V. Media Review Episode 11

by Yumiko

They’re trapped, but not forgotten.

Fuutarou and Ichika disappearance hasn’t gone unnoticed. Itsuki was already worried about Fuutarou since the incident at the inn, though she won’t be the only one to go looking after them. Miku also knows something is up since Ichika isn’t around. Meanwhile, our trapped couple prepares for the long night ahead. A miniature bonfire has been created thanks to Fuutarou’s efforts. Still, the problem that got them into this mess remains. Just who will Fuutarou dance with at the bonfire? Well, after Ichika found out about the legend surrounding it, she wishes to call the whole thing off. She had no clue how much this meant to Miku. Regardless, these two will share at least one move by the fire before being caught. Catching Ichika before she fell has landed Fuutarou in all sorts of hot waters. Itsuki can no longer face him, yet maybe things can be patched back up with Miku. The final day of the school trip will give him a opportune chance. Fleeing from Yotsuba and Nino has pushed him into a tight space. It is here where he shares a surprise moment with Miku. There’s only room for two in this igloo.

Is being fair the only way out of this predicament? After the session within the Igloo, Miku has reached out to Ichika. We don’t get the details of the call, though one can guess where this is all heading. As the legends states, they just have to hold hands. Nevertheless, things can never be so straightforward. I’m sure there’s to be an unexpected twist, although maybe a good one. Let’s just hope for the best for each sister for now. Anyhow, ready for a game of tag on skis. Enjoy the uptick in art quality!

 

 

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Just one more to go! Stop by next week to see who gets the fated bonfire dance.

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Yumiko
Yumiko (@guest_3151)
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1 year ago

That feel when something you love watching ends can be quite heart wrenching. I’ve dealt with that several times watching anime, though I’ve gotten pretty lucky lately. A lot of things I’ve desired to see have gotten animated. Moreover, sale for the quintuplets continue to be strong, and the source material is ongoing. Hopefully that can can spell out some good news in the future.

Adam Kohut
Adam Kohut (@guest_3150)
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1 year ago

Well, next week is the last episode which sucks big times..I really don’t want this to end, I want to see the entire series animated. Since it’s highly improbable that there is going to be second season. At least I hope we get to see with who will he dance at the campfire, that’s also one of the more interresting things in my opinion so I really do hope they won’t left it out, if it even happens that is..