dangermousie: (ISWAK first kiss by pinkfactory)
I feel like watching a cracky jdrama as everything I am watching is more on the serious side, from tough angsty cops, assassins and mobsters of Taiwan's Black and White to the war-scarred protagonists of Korea's Fashion 70s, so I think I will check out Mei-chan No Shitsuji, that cracktastic one about a girl who discovers she is newly rich and attends a school with her dedicated hot butler. Mainly because it sounds silly, a lot of flisters like it, and also while Mizushima Hiro does nothing for me whatsoever (not only does his hair need an intervension, I like my men older and way manlier-looking) I think he is a ridiculously sweet person.



I'll let you know how that goes. I know I am way behind on both Koori no Sekai and Byakuyakou (not to mention have a bunch of other jdramas I mean to watch), but I feel like something light...

Here's a MV:

dangermousie: (ISWAK first kiss by pinkfactory)
I feel like watching a cracky jdrama as everything I am watching is more on the serious side, from tough angsty cops, assassins and mobsters of Taiwan's Black and White to the war-scarred protagonists of Korea's Fashion 70s, so I think I will check out Mei-chan No Shitsuji, that cracktastic one about a girl who discovers she is newly rich and attends a school with her dedicated hot butler. Mainly because it sounds silly, a lot of flisters like it, and also while Mizushima Hiro does nothing for me whatsoever (not only does his hair need an intervension, I like my men older and way manlier-looking) I think he is a ridiculously sweet person.



I'll let you know how that goes. I know I am way behind on both Koori no Sekai and Byakuyakou (not to mention have a bunch of other jdramas I mean to watch), but I feel like something light...

Here's a MV:

dangermousie: (ISWAK first kiss by pinkfactory)
I feel like watching a cracky jdrama as everything I am watching is more on the serious side, from tough angsty cops, assassins and mobsters of Taiwan's Black and White to the war-scarred protagonists of Korea's Fashion 70s, so I think I will check out Mei-chan No Shitsuji, that cracktastic one about a girl who discovers she is newly rich and attends a school with her dedicated hot butler. Mainly because it sounds silly, a lot of flisters like it, and also while Mizushima Hiro does nothing for me whatsoever (not only does his hair need an intervension, I like my men older and way manlier-looking) I think he is a ridiculously sweet person.



I'll let you know how that goes. I know I am way behind on both Koori no Sekai and Byakuyakou (not to mention have a bunch of other jdramas I mean to watch), but I feel like something light...

Here's a MV:

dangermousie: (Lives of Others by alexandral)
I haven't had much time for dramas in the last few days but on the plus note, Baby Mousie is now trying to shape consonants with her mouth, really really hard - I think she is trying to say the letter "p". Her babble now sounds a bit more like talking.

1. I did catch up on ep 12 of Black and White which was (big shock, here) awesome. The confrontation with Zai Tian and Chen Lin = winning my heart. I confess I am getting more and more obssessed with interesed in Zai Tian and less and less in Ying Xiong - the latter is cool (and hot) but much less messed-up and not a mystery.

2. Where are the subs for Smile? I can't find any past ep 2. It's Matsujun, people. Matsujun. You are telling me that if a subber is slow others won't pick up the slack? *emoface*. Must have more Bito and Hana as am in mad withdrawal. This is the first jdrama I've been interested in, in a year+ and with my luck it's the one with irregular subs. If the subs are not coming out ever again, fine, I'll watch raw (because that's how much I love it) but still, *repeat emoface*.

3. Speaking of jdramas, I really need to continue Byakuyakou. I stopped a bit back but I loved it - must watch more. Ditto for Ice World. Am clearly lamo with no attention span.

4. Still haven't had a chance to start Brilliant Legacy but this pic of the leads cracked me up immensely:



Larger hilarious pic of male lead )

5. Is it just me or does this promo shot for Swallow the Sun makes them look like Asian version of G.I. Joe?



I especially love the dude in the pimpalicious yellow jacket. It's his cammo when he infiltrates the color-blind. But, oh boy, how is Ji Sung so darn pretty? He remains the only kdrama star, besides Hae Hee, who looked good even with the military haircut.

6. I have just discovered (yes am backward) the streaming feature on Netflix. Buh-bye world as I shall be occupied by it: they have all sorts of things there, from silent movies to anime (I am sure subbed but even if I prefer dubbed, I don't prefer it enough to not watch via streaming)

7. I think we have someone auditioning for being Young Voldemort:



I haven't seen pop star TOP (what kind of a name is it anyway? Is there another member of his band named BOTTOM?) in anything, but this pic, ott moody as it is, got me even more excited for IRIS, where he plays an assassin, presumably after our awesome leading man, Lee Byung Hun.

8. Because one can never have too much of the adorable Yoon Kye Sang (Sister in law is 19, Crazy for You, Who are you), here is a pic from upcoming Triple:

Pic here )

9. Dumas' The Women's War is quite entertaining - I don't care for the hero (don't hate him or anything but he is not particuarly compelling) but not only are the poltics fun, the two female lead characters, the "well-behaved" Claire de Cambes (who nontheless rides around dressed as a man and is actively involved in a Civil War) and Nanon de Lartigues (a very clever, ambitious lover of a powerful old Duke. She is portrayed positively, which I loved) are very very awesome. I think they should stop competing for the love of a rather light-weight hero and instead have an awesome lesbian affair.

10. Get to see Star Trek this weekend. So excited!
dangermousie: (Lives of Others by alexandral)
I haven't had much time for dramas in the last few days but on the plus note, Baby Mousie is now trying to shape consonants with her mouth, really really hard - I think she is trying to say the letter "p". Her babble now sounds a bit more like talking.

1. I did catch up on ep 12 of Black and White which was (big shock, here) awesome. The confrontation with Zai Tian and Chen Lin = winning my heart. I confess I am getting more and more obssessed with interesed in Zai Tian and less and less in Ying Xiong - the latter is cool (and hot) but much less messed-up and not a mystery.

2. Where are the subs for Smile? I can't find any past ep 2. It's Matsujun, people. Matsujun. You are telling me that if a subber is slow others won't pick up the slack? *emoface*. Must have more Bito and Hana as am in mad withdrawal. This is the first jdrama I've been interested in, in a year+ and with my luck it's the one with irregular subs. If the subs are not coming out ever again, fine, I'll watch raw (because that's how much I love it) but still, *repeat emoface*.

3. Speaking of jdramas, I really need to continue Byakuyakou. I stopped a bit back but I loved it - must watch more. Ditto for Ice World. Am clearly lamo with no attention span.

4. Still haven't had a chance to start Brilliant Legacy but this pic of the leads cracked me up immensely:



Larger hilarious pic of male lead )

5. Is it just me or does this promo shot for Swallow the Sun makes them look like Asian version of G.I. Joe?



I especially love the dude in the pimpalicious yellow jacket. It's his cammo when he infiltrates the color-blind. But, oh boy, how is Ji Sung so darn pretty? He remains the only kdrama star, besides Hae Hee, who looked good even with the military haircut.

6. I have just discovered (yes am backward) the streaming feature on Netflix. Buh-bye world as I shall be occupied by it: they have all sorts of things there, from silent movies to anime (I am sure subbed but even if I prefer dubbed, I don't prefer it enough to not watch via streaming)

7. I think we have someone auditioning for being Young Voldemort:



I haven't seen pop star TOP (what kind of a name is it anyway? Is there another member of his band named BOTTOM?) in anything, but this pic, ott moody as it is, got me even more excited for IRIS, where he plays an assassin, presumably after our awesome leading man, Lee Byung Hun.

8. Because one can never have too much of the adorable Yoon Kye Sang (Sister in law is 19, Crazy for You, Who are you), here is a pic from upcoming Triple:

Pic here )

9. Dumas' The Women's War is quite entertaining - I don't care for the hero (don't hate him or anything but he is not particuarly compelling) but not only are the poltics fun, the two female lead characters, the "well-behaved" Claire de Cambes (who nontheless rides around dressed as a man and is actively involved in a Civil War) and Nanon de Lartigues (a very clever, ambitious lover of a powerful old Duke. She is portrayed positively, which I loved) are very very awesome. I think they should stop competing for the love of a rather light-weight hero and instead have an awesome lesbian affair.

10. Get to see Star Trek this weekend. So excited!
dangermousie: (Lives of Others by alexandral)
I haven't had much time for dramas in the last few days but on the plus note, Baby Mousie is now trying to shape consonants with her mouth, really really hard - I think she is trying to say the letter "p". Her babble now sounds a bit more like talking.

1. I did catch up on ep 12 of Black and White which was (big shock, here) awesome. The confrontation with Zai Tian and Chen Lin = winning my heart. I confess I am getting more and more obssessed with interesed in Zai Tian and less and less in Ying Xiong - the latter is cool (and hot) but much less messed-up and not a mystery.

2. Where are the subs for Smile? I can't find any past ep 2. It's Matsujun, people. Matsujun. You are telling me that if a subber is slow others won't pick up the slack? *emoface*. Must have more Bito and Hana as am in mad withdrawal. This is the first jdrama I've been interested in, in a year+ and with my luck it's the one with irregular subs. If the subs are not coming out ever again, fine, I'll watch raw (because that's how much I love it) but still, *repeat emoface*.

3. Speaking of jdramas, I really need to continue Byakuyakou. I stopped a bit back but I loved it - must watch more. Ditto for Ice World. Am clearly lamo with no attention span.

4. Still haven't had a chance to start Brilliant Legacy but this pic of the leads cracked me up immensely:



Larger hilarious pic of male lead )

5. Is it just me or does this promo shot for Swallow the Sun makes them look like Asian version of G.I. Joe?



I especially love the dude in the pimpalicious yellow jacket. It's his cammo when he infiltrates the color-blind. But, oh boy, how is Ji Sung so darn pretty? He remains the only kdrama star, besides Hae Hee, who looked good even with the military haircut.

6. I have just discovered (yes am backward) the streaming feature on Netflix. Buh-bye world as I shall be occupied by it: they have all sorts of things there, from silent movies to anime (I am sure subbed but even if I prefer dubbed, I don't prefer it enough to not watch via streaming)

7. I think we have someone auditioning for being Young Voldemort:



I haven't seen pop star TOP (what kind of a name is it anyway? Is there another member of his band named BOTTOM?) in anything, but this pic, ott moody as it is, got me even more excited for IRIS, where he plays an assassin, presumably after our awesome leading man, Lee Byung Hun.

8. Because one can never have too much of the adorable Yoon Kye Sang (Sister in law is 19, Crazy for You, Who are you), here is a pic from upcoming Triple:

Pic here )

9. Dumas' The Women's War is quite entertaining - I don't care for the hero (don't hate him or anything but he is not particuarly compelling) but not only are the poltics fun, the two female lead characters, the "well-behaved" Claire de Cambes (who nontheless rides around dressed as a man and is actively involved in a Civil War) and Nanon de Lartigues (a very clever, ambitious lover of a powerful old Duke. She is portrayed positively, which I loved) are very very awesome. I think they should stop competing for the love of a rather light-weight hero and instead have an awesome lesbian affair.

10. Get to see Star Trek this weekend. So excited!
dangermousie: (Kurosagi by cherishcolors)


Oh, oh, oh I love Ice World (Koori no Sekai). I also cheated and watched the ending. Mind-twisty AND shippy! Happy sigh!

Why have more people not watched this?

Shippy caps from the ending. Does not give away murderer identity or anything like that )
dangermousie: (Kurosagi by cherishcolors)


Oh, oh, oh I love Ice World (Koori no Sekai). I also cheated and watched the ending. Mind-twisty AND shippy! Happy sigh!

Why have more people not watched this?

Shippy caps from the ending. Does not give away murderer identity or anything like that )
dangermousie: (Kurosagi by cherishcolors)


Oh, oh, oh I love Ice World (Koori no Sekai). I also cheated and watched the ending. Mind-twisty AND shippy! Happy sigh!

Why have more people not watched this?

Shippy caps from the ending. Does not give away murderer identity or anything like that )
dangermousie: (Fruits Basket: Haru/Rin by meganbmoore)
While away, I checked out the Japanese drama Ice World (Kouri no Sekai/Koori no Sekai) starring Matsushima Nanako (love her to bits) and Takenouchi Yutaka (haven't seen him in anything but he is HOT).



Eiki (TY) is an insurance investigator who is gotten burned out on people who will commit heinous acts against their nearest and dearest for a bit of insurance money. Toko (MN) is a gorgeous, poised (some would say unnaturally so) teacher at an all-girls school.

Their paths cross because of an investigation into a death of another teacher at the school and Eiki realizes that Toko's three previous fiances all died rather violently, after making her a beneficiary of their insurance policies, but also after cancelling those insurance policies days before their deaths, thus leaving her nothing. So he starts investigating...

Is Toko a Black Widow, running a complicated scam? Or a woman who is just very unlucky in love? And is Eiki out of his mind, when despite it all he starts falling for her and thus slated to become number 4 in that rather ominous list?

I am three eps in and I really like it. It's moody and atmospheric, I honestly have no idea what Toko's deal is: for all I know she really does run a scam of some sort (but she is so gorgeous and mysterious I can see why Eiki is drawn in anyway). The leads have good chemistry and it's pretty fun, so far.

Also, what was that drama some people on my flist liked earlier in the year? Something about a high school girl with an overprotective older brother? Who is a manga artist? I think?
dangermousie: (Fruits Basket: Haru/Rin by meganbmoore)
While away, I checked out the Japanese drama Ice World (Kouri no Sekai/Koori no Sekai) starring Matsushima Nanako (love her to bits) and Takenouchi Yutaka (haven't seen him in anything but he is HOT).



Eiki (TY) is an insurance investigator who is gotten burned out on people who will commit heinous acts against their nearest and dearest for a bit of insurance money. Toko (MN) is a gorgeous, poised (some would say unnaturally so) teacher at an all-girls school.

Their paths cross because of an investigation into a death of another teacher at the school and Eiki realizes that Toko's three previous fiances all died rather violently, after making her a beneficiary of their insurance policies, but also after cancelling those insurance policies days before their deaths, thus leaving her nothing. So he starts investigating...

Is Toko a Black Widow, running a complicated scam? Or a woman who is just very unlucky in love? And is Eiki out of his mind, when despite it all he starts falling for her and thus slated to become number 4 in that rather ominous list?

I am three eps in and I really like it. It's moody and atmospheric, I honestly have no idea what Toko's deal is: for all I know she really does run a scam of some sort (but she is so gorgeous and mysterious I can see why Eiki is drawn in anyway). The leads have good chemistry and it's pretty fun, so far.

Also, what was that drama some people on my flist liked earlier in the year? Something about a high school girl with an overprotective older brother? Who is a manga artist? I think?
dangermousie: (Fruits Basket: Haru/Rin by meganbmoore)
While away, I checked out the Japanese drama Ice World (Kouri no Sekai/Koori no Sekai) starring Matsushima Nanako (love her to bits) and Takenouchi Yutaka (haven't seen him in anything but he is HOT).



Eiki (TY) is an insurance investigator who is gotten burned out on people who will commit heinous acts against their nearest and dearest for a bit of insurance money. Toko (MN) is a gorgeous, poised (some would say unnaturally so) teacher at an all-girls school.

Their paths cross because of an investigation into a death of another teacher at the school and Eiki realizes that Toko's three previous fiances all died rather violently, after making her a beneficiary of their insurance policies, but also after cancelling those insurance policies days before their deaths, thus leaving her nothing. So he starts investigating...

Is Toko a Black Widow, running a complicated scam? Or a woman who is just very unlucky in love? And is Eiki out of his mind, when despite it all he starts falling for her and thus slated to become number 4 in that rather ominous list?

I am three eps in and I really like it. It's moody and atmospheric, I honestly have no idea what Toko's deal is: for all I know she really does run a scam of some sort (but she is so gorgeous and mysterious I can see why Eiki is drawn in anyway). The leads have good chemistry and it's pretty fun, so far.

Also, what was that drama some people on my flist liked earlier in the year? Something about a high school girl with an overprotective older brother? Who is a manga artist? I think?
dangermousie: (Dr Who: Rose by miss_strawberry)
Oh MAN. [livejournal.com profile] lainemma has started subbing The Outsiders II. And I already have the first two episodes.

What is The Outsiders II? Well, only the 'midquel' to the only drama that ever came close to knocking Mars off my 'number 1 drama' spot. And yes, I did finish The Outsiders, and yes, I bawled like a little girl, and yes, the end was inevitable and perfect, and no, I bloody well don't want to talk about it.

Anyway, The Outsiders II takes place during that 'time jump' in the middle of The Outsiders, and so you get to see Hong Do and Ah Qi develop their funny, cute relationship. And you get to see Yu Yen deal with and internalize her rape trauma and become the tough, broken 'mob moll' she is after the time jump. And you see Ah Hao progress up the hierarchy. And above all, you get to see more of the gorgeous, impossible, doomed Ah Hao/Yu Yen: disintegration, and secrets, and scars, and love. They are losing each other because of her rape and her secret of her being raped, and he can feel the barriers and doesn't know why. But yet, there is so much love between them. They are one of my Top OTPs ever, and I get to see them again. It doesn't get better than that.

Though possibly, it does, when I also find a new jdrama. Blame [livejournal.com profile] meganbmoore for my interest in Rondo. She posted awesome pics in her LJ so check them out. She said it's jdrama does kdrama, which I love. Though I am first finishing Why Why Love (I know it has a happy ending but I can't bear any pain to the protagonists) and A Beautiful Life.

Also, has anyone seen the jdrama Ice World (Kouri No Sekai) with Yutaka Takenouchi and Nanako Matsushima? More importantly, can anyone spoil the ending for me? Plot: Eiki Hirokawa is an insurance investigator who becomes enthralled by an icy geography teacher Touko Egi he meets while examining a mysterious death at a girl's high school. Chances are Touko may have been responsible for several deaths. Her three fiancees have made her the benefactor of their life-insurance policies, but all soon died after they cancelled their policies. Eiki suspects something in Touko but at the same time, he begins to fall for her.

Here is the MV:



Completely unconnected, I finished 'The Runaway Bride' episode of Doctor Who which I loved beyond love. So funny, and bitter, and clever, and sad. Everything. I love that the Doctor offered even the evil spider empress one chance out. And I love equally much that once she refused, he destroyed her and her evil race, and he didn't mind, and looked utterly calm and in madness at the same time. I loved Donna completely, in her opinionated loud-mouthness and common sense and perceptiveness. She could tell the Doctor is incredibly lonely (he asked her to come along because he wanted anyone suitable, anyone, really. And in her reaction he is again confronted with loneliness, and the way he scares people away because of the darkness and danger. Hmmmm, like a more functional version of Stark?). And she also knew the life was not for her (at least now). And also, as Mr. Mousie put it 'she didn't want to be the rebound girl.' Because throughout this episode it is made clear, over and over, that Doctor is so not over Rose (in part, he is so set on rescuing Donna is because 'I am not losing anyone else.') I love the bit when he tells Donna, when she asks him is 'trust me' what he told his previous friend, that Rose is very much alive, so much conviction. AWWWWWWW. And the way his face closes and he deflects every time she is brought up. And the way he remembers spending Xmas with Rose. And at the end, when Donna asks him what his friend's name was and he says, very quietly, 'Her name was Rose' and his face is...*sniffle* But my favorite D/R thing was when he was at that reception, and saw someone dancing with a blonde girl, whose hair kept swinging the way Rose's did, and kept flashbacking to holding Rose there, in New Earth and his eyes...he looks like he has to refrain from crying.

Some screencaps from the ep:



Here is the cap cornucopia )

And since I am in the Doctor/Rose mode, here is a MV that incorporates RB:



Another cool MV )
dangermousie: (Dr Who: Rose by miss_strawberry)
Oh MAN. [livejournal.com profile] lainemma has started subbing The Outsiders II. And I already have the first two episodes.

What is The Outsiders II? Well, only the 'midquel' to the only drama that ever came close to knocking Mars off my 'number 1 drama' spot. And yes, I did finish The Outsiders, and yes, I bawled like a little girl, and yes, the end was inevitable and perfect, and no, I bloody well don't want to talk about it.

Anyway, The Outsiders II takes place during that 'time jump' in the middle of The Outsiders, and so you get to see Hong Do and Ah Qi develop their funny, cute relationship. And you get to see Yu Yen deal with and internalize her rape trauma and become the tough, broken 'mob moll' she is after the time jump. And you see Ah Hao progress up the hierarchy. And above all, you get to see more of the gorgeous, impossible, doomed Ah Hao/Yu Yen: disintegration, and secrets, and scars, and love. They are losing each other because of her rape and her secret of her being raped, and he can feel the barriers and doesn't know why. But yet, there is so much love between them. They are one of my Top OTPs ever, and I get to see them again. It doesn't get better than that.

Though possibly, it does, when I also find a new jdrama. Blame [livejournal.com profile] meganbmoore for my interest in Rondo. She posted awesome pics in her LJ so check them out. She said it's jdrama does kdrama, which I love. Though I am first finishing Why Why Love (I know it has a happy ending but I can't bear any pain to the protagonists) and A Beautiful Life.

Also, has anyone seen the jdrama Ice World (Kouri No Sekai) with Yutaka Takenouchi and Nanako Matsushima? More importantly, can anyone spoil the ending for me? Plot: Eiki Hirokawa is an insurance investigator who becomes enthralled by an icy geography teacher Touko Egi he meets while examining a mysterious death at a girl's high school. Chances are Touko may have been responsible for several deaths. Her three fiancees have made her the benefactor of their life-insurance policies, but all soon died after they cancelled their policies. Eiki suspects something in Touko but at the same time, he begins to fall for her.

Here is the MV:



Completely unconnected, I finished 'The Runaway Bride' episode of Doctor Who which I loved beyond love. So funny, and bitter, and clever, and sad. Everything. I love that the Doctor offered even the evil spider empress one chance out. And I love equally much that once she refused, he destroyed her and her evil race, and he didn't mind, and looked utterly calm and in madness at the same time. I loved Donna completely, in her opinionated loud-mouthness and common sense and perceptiveness. She could tell the Doctor is incredibly lonely (he asked her to come along because he wanted anyone suitable, anyone, really. And in her reaction he is again confronted with loneliness, and the way he scares people away because of the darkness and danger. Hmmmm, like a more functional version of Stark?). And she also knew the life was not for her (at least now). And also, as Mr. Mousie put it 'she didn't want to be the rebound girl.' Because throughout this episode it is made clear, over and over, that Doctor is so not over Rose (in part, he is so set on rescuing Donna is because 'I am not losing anyone else.') I love the bit when he tells Donna, when she asks him is 'trust me' what he told his previous friend, that Rose is very much alive, so much conviction. AWWWWWWW. And the way his face closes and he deflects every time she is brought up. And the way he remembers spending Xmas with Rose. And at the end, when Donna asks him what his friend's name was and he says, very quietly, 'Her name was Rose' and his face is...*sniffle* But my favorite D/R thing was when he was at that reception, and saw someone dancing with a blonde girl, whose hair kept swinging the way Rose's did, and kept flashbacking to holding Rose there, in New Earth and his eyes...he looks like he has to refrain from crying.

Some screencaps from the ep:



Here is the cap cornucopia )

And since I am in the Doctor/Rose mode, here is a MV that incorporates RB:



Another cool MV )
dangermousie: (Dr Who: Rose by miss_strawberry)
Oh MAN. [livejournal.com profile] lainemma has started subbing The Outsiders II. And I already have the first two episodes.

What is The Outsiders II? Well, only the 'midquel' to the only drama that ever came close to knocking Mars off my 'number 1 drama' spot. And yes, I did finish The Outsiders, and yes, I bawled like a little girl, and yes, the end was inevitable and perfect, and no, I bloody well don't want to talk about it.

Anyway, The Outsiders II takes place during that 'time jump' in the middle of The Outsiders, and so you get to see Hong Do and Ah Qi develop their funny, cute relationship. And you get to see Yu Yen deal with and internalize her rape trauma and become the tough, broken 'mob moll' she is after the time jump. And you see Ah Hao progress up the hierarchy. And above all, you get to see more of the gorgeous, impossible, doomed Ah Hao/Yu Yen: disintegration, and secrets, and scars, and love. They are losing each other because of her rape and her secret of her being raped, and he can feel the barriers and doesn't know why. But yet, there is so much love between them. They are one of my Top OTPs ever, and I get to see them again. It doesn't get better than that.

Though possibly, it does, when I also find a new jdrama. Blame [livejournal.com profile] meganbmoore for my interest in Rondo. She posted awesome pics in her LJ so check them out. She said it's jdrama does kdrama, which I love. Though I am first finishing Why Why Love (I know it has a happy ending but I can't bear any pain to the protagonists) and A Beautiful Life.

Also, has anyone seen the jdrama Ice World (Kouri No Sekai) with Yutaka Takenouchi and Nanako Matsushima? More importantly, can anyone spoil the ending for me? Plot: Eiki Hirokawa is an insurance investigator who becomes enthralled by an icy geography teacher Touko Egi he meets while examining a mysterious death at a girl's high school. Chances are Touko may have been responsible for several deaths. Her three fiancees have made her the benefactor of their life-insurance policies, but all soon died after they cancelled their policies. Eiki suspects something in Touko but at the same time, he begins to fall for her.

Here is the MV:



Completely unconnected, I finished 'The Runaway Bride' episode of Doctor Who which I loved beyond love. So funny, and bitter, and clever, and sad. Everything. I love that the Doctor offered even the evil spider empress one chance out. And I love equally much that once she refused, he destroyed her and her evil race, and he didn't mind, and looked utterly calm and in madness at the same time. I loved Donna completely, in her opinionated loud-mouthness and common sense and perceptiveness. She could tell the Doctor is incredibly lonely (he asked her to come along because he wanted anyone suitable, anyone, really. And in her reaction he is again confronted with loneliness, and the way he scares people away because of the darkness and danger. Hmmmm, like a more functional version of Stark?). And she also knew the life was not for her (at least now). And also, as Mr. Mousie put it 'she didn't want to be the rebound girl.' Because throughout this episode it is made clear, over and over, that Doctor is so not over Rose (in part, he is so set on rescuing Donna is because 'I am not losing anyone else.') I love the bit when he tells Donna, when she asks him is 'trust me' what he told his previous friend, that Rose is very much alive, so much conviction. AWWWWWWW. And the way his face closes and he deflects every time she is brought up. And the way he remembers spending Xmas with Rose. And at the end, when Donna asks him what his friend's name was and he says, very quietly, 'Her name was Rose' and his face is...*sniffle* But my favorite D/R thing was when he was at that reception, and saw someone dancing with a blonde girl, whose hair kept swinging the way Rose's did, and kept flashbacking to holding Rose there, in New Earth and his eyes...he looks like he has to refrain from crying.

Some screencaps from the ep:



Here is the cap cornucopia )

And since I am in the Doctor/Rose mode, here is a MV that incorporates RB:



Another cool MV )

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