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MM! Episode 8: Yaoi crossover to Yuri – Kinda?

... *walks away*

Mio attempts hypnotize Tarou, only have it completely backfire.
Then End.

Impression:

This was VERY refreshing. FINALLY, Mio used a NEW, PHYSICALLY HARMLESS WEAPON, that was hypnotizing Tarou. However there was one large flaw, she did it too many times, thus harmed him MENTALLY. If she had done it the first time and left it as it was it probably would have turned out better. Anyhow because it was done too many times it made Tarou from a playboy, perverted man, to in love with men – his victim Tatsukichi. So in order for Tatsukichi to attempt avoiding his advanced affections he crossed over into his high class, woman role only to have Tarou do a magical transformation into dressing up as a girl – thus created on some level, Yuri fanservice. Most people probably noticed if they watched/read FML, Sailor Moon, Eyeshield 21, and a few other shows were used in Tarou’s parody behavior. I believe when he and Tatsukichi kept on going on and on about “Oscar! Andre!” they might have been referring to Rose of Versailles. Lastly, there were a few scenes where there were more excuses for fanservice in order to trying to seduce Tarou out of his yaoi direction.

MM! has finally managed to have some sort of improvement as well stronger development for Yuno since she was THIS close into confessing to Tarou. Clearly the producers are trying to satisfy both pairing fanbase by giving Mio a chance next episode to step up her own relationship with Tarou. Honestly, I feel there’s alot more natural chemistry going on between Tarou and Yuno, and I am expecting them to be the CANON pairing if they do decide to have Tarou end up with someone.

Preview: Cultural Festival by the look of it. Haunted House – oh the classic stepping stone for relationships, I expect this to turn out differently than the typical way though.

Author: Eva

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