Ahh~ so it finally ends. HnG has been a… unique show for me.
While admittedly it did not quite match up to my initial (high) expectations for it, but it somehow managed to evolve to gain an identity of its own, as the dominant gag anime of the year. Honestly, I did enjoy nearly all the episodes, and it’s one of the rare adaptations that I actually like despite the major deviations to the source material.
I find it also fitting they chose to end the first season with RADICAL DREAMERS, one of the more touching parts of the story in the manga. Isn’t it just cute Hayate did a Tokikake to the past in order to save the much younger Nagi. Ahh~ this was really one of the stronger pro-Nagi chapters in the series, considering the chapter came after Hinagiku got introduced in :P.
Anyways, I actually look forward to Season 2, and possibly another year of hijinks with the Sanzenin household and Co. More Hinagiku is ALWAYS welcome, right?