Anger Management

What the fuck is wrong with people this week? First was the cast of Kokoro Connect and now, Sawa blows off some steam. Well, props to her though, those sluts deserved Sawa’s wrath and to be honest, they were pissing me off since last episode.

Continuing from the previous episode, it’s lucky for Sawa to not have any major injuries but having her concede her right to run as her profession is something understandable. She may argue with it but the world has this cruel tendency to kick a person when they’re down. Unexpectedly though, I never thought her father would argue with the management regarding the harsh requirements that Sawa had to face.

Unlike Wakana’s dad which has that kind, happy go-lucky feel, Sawa’s dad have always been an ass ever since he made his appearance in this anime, bringing up their father-daughter quarrel. And while I think it is logical for him to discourage his child after such an accident, I never thought he’d have a word with the assholes that forced his daughter to diet as well as questioning the other dubious requirements that he thinks has no relationship with horses. He may be a tsundere father but he certainly was GAR in this episode.


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. x
    Aug 20, 2012 @ 23:16:12

    Tsundere or GAR, I still find his lack of tact and incompetence at communicating with his daughter to be appalling :p. Well, good thing his daughter is as stubborn as he seem to be ^^;.

    The plot went much faster than I expected in this episode. I expected it to be fast, just not this fast ;). Looks like the boys will get their issues dealt with more screen time after all.


  2. baka~
    Aug 21, 2012 @ 15:37:03

    I think Sawa’s entire family have serious attitude issues. Sawa’s butt-slapping, her relationship with her mother, her father, and her horse hints a form of familiarity as well as a slight intense tone. They aren’t reserved when communicating with each other and I kinda like it that way.

    I would like to think that the badminton issue has been resolved, leaving us with Wien as well as the showdown with the vice principal.


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