As Dreams End

Seriously, you have an intelligent son and you wanted him to be a fisherman?

When being Meta isn’t necessarily a bad thing

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  1. x
    Nov 17, 2012 @ 21:51:13

    The best episode so far, even if the father’s portrayal is such a cliché stereotype. Something felt missing from the story though. I can’t really see why Daitoku willingly join the club when she was supposedly so opposed to it previously. As for Hidaka, I hate to put it this way, but he needs to decide whether he really wants to give up on his dream or do whatever it takes to pursue it the way he wants to. If he really wants his father’s approval, he will need to win it somehow. If he wants to rebel, then he should do it openly. Going back and forth like this. Giving up. Going for it in secret. Giving up again when discovered. At this rate, he will probably will go for it again in secret, unless something changes or someone else intervenes.

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  2. baka~
    Nov 17, 2012 @ 23:41:18

    Even Nanami had more balls than Hidaka, rebelling the way she did, crawling her way and living on her own. I wish he could make up his mind sooner. As for Daitoku, it does make me wonder why the change of heart and what makes her afraid of robots in the first place? If she had a trauma related to them, then it would be really odd for her to suddenly become gung ho with this setup

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  3. x
    Nov 18, 2012 @ 00:00:46

    I get the impression that Daitoku’s issues has more to do with something related to her grandfather (or other extended family) or her grandfather’s shop/business. It doesn’t seem like robots (at least those we have seen in this show so far) is what she is really afraid of. Even with this explanation, I don’t get why she would change her mind about the club. She doesn’t seem like someone who would change her mind frivolously, given that she practised karate for so many years even without the success she dreamed of. This makes me want to have a look at the manga that focus on Daitoku :p.

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