I didn’t expect that at all. I take back anything I said about this show forgetting about it’s plot, because this arc turned out to be full of plot. It turned out that Ayako’s sickness had to do with her Beatrice Powers. She’s eventually able to recover thanks to Mamoru, because of his own powers, but the way it occurs is interesting to say the least. The two may or may not’ve had sex. I question this only because Mamoru’s clothes miraculously disappeared. I shouldn’t try to figure it out, but it was an interesting scene. Regardless of what they did though, the ending surprised me. Once they finally got to do the play, Mamoru was unable to kiss Ayako. She didn’t seem too upset, but I wouldn’t be surprised if she does bring that up on a later point. I also think I overlooked a potentially interesting character in Mamoru’s sister. I can’t remember her name, but I’ll have to find that out. She seems quite interested for some reason in the relationship between Mamoru and Ayako. I wonder if there’s some reason for this or if it’s just simple concern for her brother. She seemed disappointed by the ending to the play. The last interesting point about this episode was the white-haired girl who briefly appeared at the end. She’ll probably be important later on. The title of next week’s episode was “Ice Girl” if I’m not mistaken. I wonder if that refers to her. I’m still not liking the next episode previews on this show.

And to make up for not writing much, I took a bunch of screencaps. There was too many cool scenes in this episode. Plus, I needed an excuse to practice making pans. I actually had to touch up the image a bit, but it’s better than the last one I made.

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To solve your question, they didn’t have sex. It was just to show that she had to be like “pure” and “open her heart” to Mamoru so that he could more easily control the Beatrice.

Comment by Hinano 11.02.06 @ 8:02 pm

@Hinano- Thanks. Now I feel a whole lot less perverted watching this.

Comment by TL-chan 11.02.06 @ 9:55 pm

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