Well, that’s the closest they can get to a happy ending, I suppose. Ghost Banri still disappears, but he at least leaves with some closure from Linda. Linda also has to give Ghost Banri up, but I guess she still has Mitsuo as a rebound guy. I’m sure there’s supposed to be some sort of message somewhere about not being tied down by the past. Well, given the sheer amount of opening devoted to Kouko, who didn’t expect this ending?
The drama is over, it seems. The entire scene with Ghost Banri was pretty cheesy, especially when Linda joined. I’m starting to think that entire part was a figment of New Banri’s imagination. Anyway, only one thing left to say for this show: vote 2D-kun for best character.
I took an interest in this show from the general synopsis, but maybe I was a bit impulsive. It certainly seems like there is some dark mystery behind it, but I dunno…if Orion is right and his slip up was the reason for her memory loss (the scene at the beginning with the girl falling off the boat into the water seems to help with this theory because it suggests memory loss by trauma), then I find it kinda boring to have amnesia as that sort of tool. I find it more fun when it was done for a purpose (that’s still possible, though).
With regards to music, I like the opening for the show…ending has an odd tune to it, though (not really into it right now). I wonder if it’s worthwhile to continue following this show. The dark secrets could be intriguing (though they haven’t really started out yet), but the quest to restore her memories could end up being rather dull. I was kinda hoping this would be something else. The nameless heroine’s behavior is kinda frustrating…