Yuki’s sexual frustration is starting to show
Who knew, Yukiteru’s dad is a DILF. He shows up at the hospital where Yuki is recovering and Ninth is still playing Nurse, and brings the awkward levels up ten fold with his horny antics and Yuki asking him to remarry his mother. Ninth attempts to train up the Amano family (while Yuno watches from the bushes) with little success. After an 80s worthy training montage Ninth sets the boys a challenge; a race. Ninth gives a pep-talk, Dad bails on Yuki, and Yuno is still stalking.
Yuno sees him looking through Yuki’s stuff and overhears his worried phone call revealing he’s working for the enemy and trying to sell out Yuki in exchange for money. Yuno bursts in ready to do in daddy when Yuki stops her. They get a call from Seventh and go to meet them to get Yuki’s diary back. Seventh, dressed for their wedding, challenge Yuki and Yuno to another couple-off. During, Yuki’s Dad breaks his phone.
Unfortunately Yuki doesn’t get sucked into oblivion, it turns out the phones were only decoys and Yuno snatches the real ones. She tosses Yuki back his phone just as the building starts to explode. Yuki falls through a hole as the floor starts to collapse, and as both Yuno and his Dad reach out a hand to him, Yuki has to decide just who to trust.
I’d chose death, personally, Yuki
Well, this was one of the most boring episodes of the series. Hardly anything happened, and when it did it was about as interesting as sour cream. Yuki’s Dad was pretty underestablished, Seventh still do nothing for me and Ninth’s trainee subplot was long, drawn out and unnessesary. God, what is it about this show; it’s awesome arcs are always bookended by the lamest shit I’ve ever seen. It’s like Pandora Hearts all over again, or Hitman Reborn. It’s as bi-polar as its characters. Oi Vei.
Hopefully this new conflict of trust will lead to something badass and exciting. I can’t say I’m overly confident since this trust Yuno or trust someone else who is blatantly evil senario has already been done to death in this series, but at least this time Yuki has a reason to trust said blatantly evil guy. Anyway, this episode was so nothing that I don’t have much to say about it. Until next week~