The intro is here. We have another case of ‘the DVD case and the actual episode subtitles have different ideas about the episode title (‘Gracefully’ versus ‘Carefully’)’ this week. Therefore, we’re going with the tried and true method of ‘the analyst thinks this one sounds better.’
The intro is here. In which we remember that children are terrifying alien creatures with human faces and tentative grasps on the concept of empathy.
The intro is here. This week small children discover their first existential crises, I continue to be fond of Tragically Terrible People, and Ikuhara decides I’ve had it too easy and starts phrasing his commentary in abstract poetry. Little does he know that I’ve spent the intervening weeks […]
The intro is here. . . . Well, see you folks next week. Oh, WHAT. It’s a body switching episode, what do you want from me?
The intro is here. Get out your cameras kids, because this episode is the last time we’ll be seeing any adults besides The Worst Counselor and Handsome Astronomy Predator.
The intro is here. I know y’all are probably waiting for a really deep explanation of the boxing match, but I’m just trying to overcome this sudden, crippling wave of Kangaroo Jack flashbacks. The horror.
The intro is here. Everyone is a pile of neuroses and sadness, but it will probably work out in time. Or, the day Utena figured out what it wanted to be.
The intro is here. Right off the bat, I get to talk about a two-parter where most of the meaty payoff will be next week? You’re killing me, Smalls.
The intro is here. Or, the one where I wonder why there aren’t a plethora of Utena/Mean Girls mashups.
The intro is here. AKA the one where Utena tries to quit fight club, and it doesn’t work out for her.