>Dat feel when you get home and Inori just casually unlocks the door and enters first.
>Dat feel when you step in and realise her stuff’s all over the place.
>Dat feel when you realise she’s going to make herself home despite your half-hearted objections
>Dat feel when Inori changes in your living room, plus her dress has holes at the side.
>Dat feel when she then asks you for food with that face. In that pose. From that angle.
Oh god Inori, why do you make me feel so guilty?!
Ok, this was a pretty good episode despite all the naysayers. I’d have to say, my impression of Inori really did change quite a bit through the episode. She’s actually a lot more willful (stubborn?) person than the impressions I got from the last two weeks… not to mention rather whimsical as well. Also, is she rather strong for her build too? I mean, she practically lifted Shu up during the eye contact scene.
Of course, it wasn’t all just Inori fanservice this week. The long-delayed explanation about the mechanics of the Void power finally came to fore this week, i.e. only works with people 17 or younger plus they don’t remember anything afterwards. Gai also admitted to the ability of being able to see what each person’s Void looks like, plus he seems to be able to determine it over a certain range.
And he’s also FABULOUSLY manly too
Still, it was funny to see the range of shapes a person’s Void can take… though the dude with the refrigerator Void sure took the cake for me.
The BGM really did quite well to set the mood throughout the episode too, with the music conveying the same whimsical feel during the lighter moments of the show. Ahh… so tempted to get the CD’s now. ORZ.
Luckily, the show’s pace looks to swing back to action-packed next week, as poor Shu gets betrayed by the guy he thought he would be friends with, despite him being a drug addict AND unhealthily obsessed with scissors. Really, Shu swung from kinda awesome to rather useless this episode. Ah well..