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source url Here it is, the final episode of 49. Among the dramas I’ve reviewed, I don’t think there’s any that I’ve been more reluctant to see end. For most series, it’s pretty clear they need to wrap things up. Shinryochu was the last one that I thought should have had more episodes to it because too many of its storylines were wrapped up too hastily, but it was so intense and disconcerting that I was nowhere as eager to see that one continue as this one.
geology masters thesis and ufo Right up front (because I’ll be focusing on the review at the close of the article), I’d like to thank arisu-subs for the wonderful translation effort throughout the series. I don’t acknowledge the subbers often enough – mainly because I’m not sure whether they want me to.
http://growtrees.org/battlefield-3-assignments-it-goes-boom-help/ It begins with Dan recording a message to his father – a longer one than his father left him, but just as meaningful in its own way. We find out something quite surprising – that Dan’s father wasn’t the one who died. Dan distinctly remembers his spirit floating away from his body. He realizes that his father left his own body and pulled Dan’s soul back in by force, and that’s how they got merged in Dan’s body.
http://blog.leadgraffiti.com/carcinoma-differentiation-dissertation-embryonic-epigenetic-p19-study/ The writers have had a lot of tricks up their sleeves along the way, but this one really takes the cake. I’m properly impressed by this twist to things.
report writing for I also like how they have the two of them facing each other like this when Dan says he’s afraid that he’s going to be the one who’ll disappear after the forty-nine days are up rather than his father. Very artsy.
http://digitalradio.com.au/?p=essay-about-writing Dan’s father doesn’t know what will happen at the end of the 49 days, either, it turns out, and this is a state of affairs that we should be able to get some serious resolution out of. I noted in the previous episode that we didn’t really know whether Dan was now enjoying life enough so that he wouldn’t contemplate suicide. Well, I think we’re at least going to find that out, and if he still wants to live, that’s a start.
get On the less serious side of life, Possessed Dan, Kenta (Yasui Kentaro), and Satoshi (Jinguji Yuta) find Kiryu Tetsuya (Kyan Yutaka) sleeping in his money. He’s really got the whole decadent thing down!
do your homework in german This is the second-to-last episode of 49 and I’ve admittedly stalled on reviewing it to delay gratification. On the bright side, the last episode will be double-length, but I wonder if even that will be enough time to put a satisfying cap on things. The acting and stories have been so engaging thus far that I doubt any viewer could resist wishing for an episode or two more (though the plot effectively limits the possibility of a special or second season).
http://retard-de-regles.com/bibliography-in-mla/ When we last left Kagami Dan (Sato Shori), he had just retaken control of his body from his father’s ghost – doing so right in front of Mana (Nishino Nanase), who had so far believed that she was dealing with twins rather than a young man temporarily possessed by the ghost of his father. The switch seemed to signal that Dan now has feelings for Mana – feelings he used to only have for Sachi (Yamamoto Maika).
professional writing undergraduate Mana naturally demands an explanation, but she posits her own – multiple personality disorder – before he even gets a chance to say anything substantial.
http://www.otradny.org/?phd-dissertation-philosophy phd dissertation philosophy Sachi steps in, offering to tell Mana what’s really going on, but Mana spots a rival and they immediately start fighting over Dan.
http://edsonwebsite.com/?p=websites-for-writing Ah! Young love! I bet Dan never thought that he’d have two girls fighting over him! Well, to be more accurate, one girl fighting for him, and another fighting for his father who has been using his body like a time share. You can sort of tell Shori-kun has a bit of trouble not smiling here as he tries to put on a convincing wince of pain, but he gets his expression down to one of dismay before they cut to the opening credits.
Last time in 49, Dan (Sato Shori) got to show off a skill no one knew he had – he’s actually a very strong Go player. While it’s not possible to become a strong player just by reading books, it is possible to become one even if you’re reclusive thanks to high-level internet Go, so it’s one of the few things Dan could really master on his own.
Sachi (Yamamoto Maika) starts out by complimenting him on his victory, but leaves a bad taste in the viewer’s mouth as she ends the conversation by pointing out how grateful he should be to his father for saving him. She taunts him by saying that he’d have far greater injuries if his father hadn’t turned him the right way in the midst of the fall.
Look, I understand that she doesn’t know Dan likes her and that she’s totally and irrationally in love with Dan’s father, but that’s no excuse for the way she acts. I’m eagerly waiting for the point where they tell her how Dan feels about her so she feels a bit of regret about treating him this way. Hopefully.
At the end of the previous episode of 49, Sachi (Yamamoto Maika) drove Dan (Sato Shori) – the real Dan – to attempt suicide because she didn’t appreciate that he had feelings for her and would be deeply hurt by her harsh words. Real Dan isn’t very thick-skinned, and it sure showed here.
Now that he has taken this drastic step, but will undoubtedly survive it, will Sachi and Dan’s father be a bit more attentive to him rather than just assuming to know what’s best for him?
At the end of the previous episode of 49, Sachi (Yamamoto Maika) gave all of us – including Possessed Dan (Sato Shori) – a shock by basically offering herself to him. Just in case you missed it, they start with the scene at the beginning of this episode.
Well, this is exactly the sort of thing that makes Possessed Dan turn back into Real Dan, and that’s exactly what happens.
Sachi should have seen that coming.
Back at school, Satoshi (Jinguji Yuta) is doing heavy trade in his photographs. Shouldn’t this sort of thing be against the school rules, or is all fair when making money?
After the real Kagami Dan (Sato Shori) temporarily regained control of his body in the last episode of 49, his father’s spirit possessed it again and celebrates the fact at the beginning of this episode.
His two buddies Satoshi (Jinguji Yuta) and Sachi (Yamamoto Maika) have some good questions about what happens to him or his son when the other in controlling the body, and Possessed Dan answers without trouble. He also explains that they switch when each of them crosses a certain line – an NG line, if you will. It’s when they get mixed up – when Possessed Dan has feelings for a girl like Minaduki Mana (Nishino Nanase) or Real Dan feels love for his mother.
Sachi is quick to figure out that Possessed Dan switched to Real Dan because he was attracted to her. Well, she made herself rather comfortable sleeping in his bed, so I’m not too sure she has a right to get angry – especially since she definitely has reciprocal feelings for him. But perhaps she’s also disappointed that he can’t have feelings for her without switching to Real Dan?
In the last episode of 49, Kagami Dan (Sato Shori) – still possessed by his father’s ghost – helped out host club owner Kiryu Tetsuya (Golden Bombers’ Kyan Yutaka) by assembling an interesting performance and entertainment team out of the basketball club.
Of course, men performing as women is not anything new – not even in among Johnny’s idols – but this was still a surprise at the end of the last episode, and it looks like they’re continuing it as a subplot in this one. That’s good – it would have been a shame if they had all gotten dressed up for the scant seconds at the end of episode four.
Their fans at the host club seem . . . well, pretty much the same fans Sato Shori-kun, Yasui Kentaro-kun and the other juniors normally perform for.