That was a great Tari Tari episode. I have decided that the main character is the best girl, too, but I’m too tired and sleepy to find a suitable image of Wakana for this post’s introductory image…
Those who’re still wondering why she’s the best girl should be advised to rewatch the earlier episodes. It’s obvious from the very start that the death of Wakana’s mother drove the entire plot of the series. Also, the series is tracing and narrating Wakana’s path to rediscovering Music and redeeming herself from the emotional baggage of not being able to fulfill her promise with her late mother. If you observe more carefully, it is Wakana’s backstory that was developed more carefully. The depth of the backstory is also evident. However, there’s a feeling that the bigger character in this series is the posthumous character — Wakana’s mother. Boy, almost every backstory flashback that involves your emotions. They’re so well-written that your get connected with the story narrated!
In this episode, we see more of the links between Wakana’s mum and the vice principal. The students went forward with their cultural festival plans despite the owner’s decision to close it. It’s obvious that this series reached its climax in this episode, and it honestly feels a little rushed for me. I hope that feeling is just me nitpicking.
Episode Entertainment Factor Rating (EEFR): 100/100
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