Here’s my latest Air essay/summary. If only I put this much time into my school work. Tohno is living with Yukito. Michiru is mad that Tohno wasn’t there yesterday, and says that she wished on the stardust that she would return. Misuzu is watching he three of them sadly. Misuzu later tells Yukito her latest dream. This time she’s in a forrest at night and talking to someone. She doesn’t know who it was though. She asked him “What’s an ocean?” and they discussed the ocean. Back with Tohno and Michiru, Michiru is being a pain. Yukito comments that he envies her though. Tohno then tells him that she had a dream about her father about when she used to watch the stars with him. She says that after her sister died, her mother and father began to fight and her father left and remarried. He gave her the stardust as a parting gift. Yukito has a talk with Michiru (and the adorable Potato is there too!) in which Michiru is surprisingly serious. When he leaves, he sees Tohno’s mother at the Karishima clinic. She’s starting to remember Tohno’s existence. Yukito invites Tohno to leave her dream world and experience the real world. She agrees but wants to leave a message for Michiru before she leaves. He tells her to keep following, and he takes her to her house. He says that Michiru didn’t want to see her sad. He then gives her a choice of following him on a journey or going back to reality. She heads to the door, but hears her mother gardening. She goes up to her and her mother finally accepts her. That night, Yukito is with Michiru. She says she has to go home, do Yukito says he’ll walk her. He asks her where she lives, and she just tells him she has a home to return to. She mentions the girl in the sky who has feathers with memories and constant sad dreams. Michiru had her give her one of the feathers to comfort someone on earth so that both that person (namely Tohno) and flying girl might become happier. She says that humans can’t live with out memories, but they can’t live with memories alone. She also says that you have to awaken from your dreams eventually because if you don’t then the dreams become sadness. She decided to return the feather because of these facts. She tells him that she’s actually Tohno’s sister Michiru- just a fragment of a dream. Later, Tohno says that even after he left, she went to the station every day to pick up her father. That’s where she met Michiru. That’s aound the time when her mother started calling her Michiru. She said that it was a sin for her to wish for a little sister, because if she didn’t then nobody would be as sad about all that happened. She decided to invite Michiru to her house. Tohno’s mother asks Michiru’s name. She’s reluctant to tell, but Tohno wants her to. When she does, Tohno’s mother is really happy. She says that Tohno always wanted her little sister to eat her mothers hamburgers, so Michiru does so, and she likes them. After dinner, Michiru gives Tohno her stardust. After pouring it into the bottle she turns around, but Michiru’s gone. Yukito says it’s nt to late to find her though, as the stars aren’t out yet. They find her on the edge of a building. Tohno doesn’t want her to go, but she says she has to. Before she leaves, she tells Yukito that she’ll give flying girl her fun memories and tells Tohno to smile. She says that for her, goodbyes aren’t painful when she’s smiling. Once theyre both smiling and they say good bye, she disappears. The next day, Yukito sees Tohno. He’s worried that she bought him another rice ticket, but she actually got a letter from her father, who wants her to visit. Her father and his new wife had a daughter, giving Tohno a younger sister. When she gets there, the girl she meets looks like a younger Michiru. She also likes to blow bubbles but isn’t good at it. Tohno says that she’ll teach her and offers her friendship and stardust. She tells her her name and asks what the girls is. They don’t tell you, but I’m pretty sure it’s Michiru. ^_^ Yukito goes home to pick Misuzu up, but sees her laying on her floor, not waking up. Great episode. It was so sad though. I almost cried during the scene where Michiru left. Poor Tohno. At least she has a new little sister to be with now. I wonder if we’ll be seeing any more of her throughout the series. Now the story is moving to Misuzu’s plotline, which looks to be an angsty one. I wonder what’s wrong with her. Annoying Japanese t.v. stations! They should seriously just marathon entire shows in one day so that people don’t have to wait to get the next episodes. BTW, I didn’t cap Potato this week because I couldn’t really get any interesting shots of him. :(

Angsty Misuzu I'm glad Tohno's mother didn't turn out to be like Fate's Don't go Michiru! Hm... she looks familiar


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