Please…I’m stupid, just give me the answer. T____T
You think my “Magata might have been pregnant with her uncle’s baby” theory is crazy now?! Huh? Yeah, that’s what I thought. I’m still sticking by this theory, and with the many images of the pregnant women we got, it just has to be true. Why else would you show images of pregnant women multiple times?
Honestly I want to know what kind of cigarettes Sensei smokes because he keeps having these trippy visions full of roads, tribal people, and ostriches. I don’t know how any of them have to do with each other, the only thing that stood out to me were the pregnant women.
If I had to be completely honest, there wasn’t much to this episode until the very end. Most of the episode I thought was just useless dialogue that was included in just so they could continue to drag on this mystery. Which is a little frustrating. Just as planned, the team at the lab are going to pretend Magata is alive and use Miki to pretend to be her sister. And from the beginning this was a terrible idea. Because when the police are going to investigate and get the autopsy for the dead body, aren’t they going to see that she’s been dead for awhile. The doctor at the lab said that she’s been dead for a few days. Well, when the autopsy will be done it’ll be more than a week, and then the police will know that everyone in the lab purposely hid her body from them, and they could be facing some jail time! Haven’t any of them thought of that, this is serious stuff.
This was a good episode though for character development between Moe and Saikawa. I loved their scene on the roof, with the sky slowly changing colors to the sunrise. It was very lovely. I always mentioned in the beginning that I didn’t like the dialogue between sensei and Moe because it was always awkward. But the roof scene was nice with Moe’s apology, and to me they finally got some normal and genuine time together. It really feels like they’ve gotten closer to each other so this episode was actually good for both of them. And it wasn’t just this scene, they had good dialogue in the rest of the episode too. Also interesting that Moe would even mention that there could be the possibility of two killers on the loose. Is that true? I don’t know, this show doesn’t really make things too obvious.
The two are off in another room, waiting for the Red Magic system to get shut down. The two go back to talking about the case but they also get to talking about Miki impersonating Shiki. If she’ll be able to pull it off as she has a different air about her, and Shiki was smaller and thinner. It’s then that the lights go out and then we’re treated to Sensei’s trippy adventure through his mind, where he somehow came up with the answer to everything. I think. He says that the woman Moe talked to in her interview was actually not Shiki. Um…okay. That’s all he tells her as then the lights come back on and Moe runs to the computer to call her butler to contact her uncle in the police department. And then she ruins everything by saying she doesn’t want Saikawa to tell her his answer as she “wants to catch up” and figure it out herself. And….*sigh* fine. Okay. I just want the damn answer, is that too much to ask? Maybe just a little hint.
Because I already have about 100 theories. Okay, so I have seen some theories of people saying that Shiki and Miki had been switching places. I never cared too much about that theory as Miki hadn’t been in the spotlight much until last week, but now it could be a plausible theory. But there’s also the “Magata having a daughter” theory that I still strongly believe in and I feel was maybe confirmed by Sensei’s trippy visions that I didn’t understand. We saw someone in the end in the doctor’s room, and when she asked Michiru to unlock the door, her voice was much lower. It sounded more mature, more…womanly. Not the voice we heard when Moe was being talked to. I can’t say anything about the face as we didn’t see the person’s face in the end. Now…the person that was being interviewed could have been Shiki’s daughter. Moe said the person she talked to was small and thin. Well, if Shiki did have a daughter, she’d be 15 and it’d make sense that she would be described as small and thin.
Now why on earth would she do this? I don’t know. So whose dead body is that in the wedding dress, the daughter? I don’t know. Or did Miki and Shiki switch places? I don’t know. What about my theory last week about the mind world?
I honestly don’t have a clue and my brain always goes crazy each week when I watch the new episode of this show. Just three more episodes, what is the answer?! Please don’t drag on anymore, just get to the good stuff.