Kamisama no Inai Nichiyoubi Final Episode: Well, that was random...

Sigh...what a dramatic ending. Tears were flowing, hugs everywhere, emotions heard. Then Ai has to go and save Alis...basically invalidating all of that. Honestly, why can't people just leave things? Why does it have to be a perfect ending? I know a lot of people are suckers for those, but I think that the perfect ending is its own antithesis.

Honestly, I was interested by this show at the start...it really pulled me in. It seemed like it would go into the implications of a world where death had a completely different meaning. But then it devolved into simple wish-granting and saving everyone and I lost interest. Sigh...oh well...could have been worse, right?

  • AceRailgun

    Sept. 25, 2013, 6:16 a.m.

    Long time no see.

    It was strange that she managed to save him. Did she dig his body out of it's grave or something? If so that's kind of messed up. I guess it's not all flowers and sunshine though because technically he's dead now from what I gathered anyway.

    i think there is material for a second season but from what you've said you don't seem too interested. However you do watch pretty much everything from what I remember, even the bad stuff.



    Sept. 25, 2013, 6:52 a.m.

    Based on my understanding of the comment of a LN reader, she made an unconscious wish to save him...he exists in some sort of limbo because he's technically dead and buried by a gravekeeper, but possesses a corporeal form similar to when he first left the world.

    If a second season is just more about "wish-granting", then it just doesn't interest me...it seems like a lazy concept to use for a story.



    Sept. 26, 2013, 3:16 a.m.

    The world is interesting enough for me to put aside the wish granting laziness.

    I suppose if everyone else was getting their wishes granted then it makes sense that Ai would get her wish granted too at some point. She did want it badly after all.


  • feal87

    Sept. 25, 2013, 7:01 a.m.

    Same thoughts here, Alice should have died there in this episode. Why resurrecting him in such a lazy way right at the end? facepalm



    Sept. 25, 2013, 7:04 a.m.

    honestly, I still don't understand the wish granting in this show, so I was wondering throughout this entire episode why they didn't just wish he would stay alive


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