There’s this guy named Yukito who’s hungry and wants some ramen seto. He needs money though and puts on a show for some little kids who walk by with this weird puppet he has. However, they think it’s stupid and won’t pay him anything. He later meets a girl named Misuzu who says she’ll buy him a drink. He’s not pleased with the flavor though, so he empties it out. Misuzu tells Yukito that she had been watching him sleep and she was trying to wake him up. He then leaves to go to work as a puppeteer, except for the fact that his puppet is gone. They find it being attacked by a crow. Misuzu chases the crow, thinking that’s what he lost, but he gets the puppet back anyway so it doesn’t matter. As they’re walking, She tells him that she wants to be his friend and play with him. They introduce themselves and Yukito turns down the offer. However, he’s still hungry so he winds up going back to her house and eating. While they eat, Misuzu learns that he doesn’t have a place to stay and invites him to live with her. Later, Misuzu’s mother comes home, and she’s certainly an interesting person. She doesn’t want Yukito to stay, but Misuzu convinces her. However, he can only stay under the condition that he’ll look after Misuzu and stop her from imitating dinosaurs when she’s upset. The next day they part as she heads off for school, though she gives him a map (which looks like one of Rukia from Bleach’s diagrams.) Yuktio then meets this strange, yet incredibly fluffy dog. He thinks that he might give him money for watching the puppet, but he just runs off with it. While trying to receive it he falls off a bridge into the water. A girl named Kirishima sees him, introduces the dog as Potato, and retrieves his puppet. Anyway, she’s weird too. After school, Yukito and Misuzu meet up with two more girls, Tohno and Michiru. Michiru takes an instant disliking to Yukito and thinks he’s a pervert even though he did nothing and she ran into him at full force. They both start attacking each other, but Tohno decides that the two of them should go so they leave. At the end of the day, Yukito notices Misuzu standing in the same way she was when they first met and looking at the sky. He questions her about it, and she says that she thinks her true self is in the sky and she’s always bee drawn to it. Though not much happened and this episode seemed to be primarily for character introduction, I’m very impressed and I’m looking forward to more Air. The character designs are simply beautiful and the music is great, though the ending theme is possibly the most visually boring one that I’ve ever seen.

Yukito can be a bit creepy Follow the directions on the card Oh my gosh, it's a ball of fluff Michiru amuses me


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