There’s nothing quite like the surprise of one of your favorite voice actors showing up out of nowhere in your favorite show. I always believed he was a slider.
A miracle visited me in real life when I watched this episode for the first time.
P.S. Thanks for being so kind, everyone. I was able to watch this episode with the maximum amount of enjoyment. If you joined me in my patience, you’ll surely experience the same amount of life-affirming joy that I had.
The way that the small developments we’re given regarding Mirai and Karen this episode shed so much light upon everything that’s happened in the past is just mindblowing. And nothing beats sleepovers. I can only wish that they share some of their love with us over in our world as well. At the very least, I’ll be trying to spread my own like them.
Finally, we’re back! And in more ways than one. There was that New Year’s break, but also, this episode was Aikatsu down to its core, the very essence of the show. Everything is coming together for this final competition to decide the Friends of Friends. Buckle in.
Also, due to popular demand, I finally got around to uploading everything I’ve written for much of Stars and Friends. You can find links at the very top of the Aikatsu Guide page.
Merry Friends Christmas! What a year it’s been, and what excitement is still yet to come. I would watch this without any expectations, because above all else, the one single thing I wanted most is still here. We’ll see you next week again for what looks to be a very special New Year’s episode, so enjoy the holiday!
This is all a very good fun episode about divination. And I realized that I may too be blessed by the moon, as it seems one of my song translations maps onto this episode’s plot nicely. Let’s just hope it only works forwards, and I don’t have to remember anything from my embarrassing past.
Whoa, suddenly Narita Yoshimi out of nowhere back to do a Friends episode! What an incredible job she did with all of the adult characters, displaying Aine and Mio’s development that lead to the result of the Best Friends Cup, and weaving in a theme that is at once both blindingly obvious yet subtly painted in. It’s good on first watch, but the true depth hit me only after watching again closely. Let’s all aim to make a million friends!