Finally, it’s the penultimate episode of MIR Season 2. We are almost there yorobun. We will finish this soon. Let’s recap. (Spoilers, obv.)
So, it’s almost the evening of the beach trip. Tee is just chilling and being all touristy by snapping some beach photos for the ‘gram when Fuse pops up and starts to say something. I think he’s about to confess his true feelings but he’s mumbling a lot and doesn’t seem to have the right words. To further complicate things, P’Nine appears in the middle of the confession derailing Fuse’s thoughts. So, he just chickens out and says that he only wanted to take a picture together with Tee.
Later in the evening, Fuse and Tee are sitting together and Fuse is live streaming when Copter comments and asks about their relationship. Fuse gets flustered and says that he can’t answer that as he’s still not ready. Jeez, it’s the second last episode dude, when will you be ready to confess? Anyway, then, the boys gather to eat dinner. While Tee goes to fetch Fuse, the others start to whisper together and plan something.
When everyone arrives, the boys decide to play the infamous King card game where if you get the King card, you can order anyone to do anything. There’s lots of kissing involved but in the last game, Lokmo orders everyone to close their eyes except Tee and fuse and tells them to speak their heart out to each other and confess their feelings. Lol. So, cringy.
After some awkward silence, Fuse finally starts his big confession. He says that he’s known Tee for a long time and that Tee’s been always there for him, including during the Jean episode. Then, he starts to cry and apologizes for being selfish and giving him false hope. He finally says that he can’t live without Tee. Tee then wipes Fuse’s tears and consoles him by saying that he has never stopped loving Fuse and will always be by his side, no matter what.
I was about to be pissed as no one had said I love you after all this but thankfully, Tee says it first and later, Fuse repeats the same thing – “I love you too”. Aww. And, to celebrate this confession, the boys in the background cheer and make suggestive gestures. Classy. Also, they finally make it official and become boyfriends. They are about to kiss when they are interrupted by the ever-excited boys again. Ugh.
2 months later:
Well, that was a surprising time jump. It seems Mo wants Book and Frame to do a wedding photo shoot. I think I’m confused. Are they actually getting married or are they just doing a photo shoot for a magazine or something? If it’s a real marriage, where’s the proposal, are they even allowed to get married? If it’s not then it’s quite clever for MIR to give fans what they want without them having to actually get married. I like it.
As the scene progresses, I think they are just there to model for the photographer. Book and Frame end up posing in a traditional Thai wedding costume and the whole thing was really cute. Later, they talk about being together, loving each other forever, and even eventually getting married for real.
Meanwhile, Fuse and Tee are just getting used to being real boyfriends and are going on dates. There’s a whole lot of flirting, sweet talks, and wiping food off of each other’s mouths. Then, to really hone in the point that the ARE DEFINITELY IN FACT BOYFRIENDS, one lady from another table comes and asks them out on a date. To which, Tee deftly replies by saying that no, they are not available because they are boyfriends.
And like the spurned bitch that she is, she sits back down in her own seat angrily, and starts bad mouthing them saying that they are gays and are disgusting. Ugh. Sour grapes, much?
But, not to worry. Tee and Fuse have their own supporters, who love them for who they are. And, to top it all off, the now-mature Fuse explains to Tee that it’s all okay as long as they both are together and are true about their feelings and it doesn’t matter what other people say. Oh how times have changed.
Arbitrary Points Counter:
- While others are working, these two are just texting and flirting, even though they are RIGHT there next to each other. Priorities. +20
- At least, he apologized right? +10
- Finally, the confession. We have been waiting for a while, eh? +100
- Yes, I will. +20 But, -10 for the interrupting boys. Where did they even get those fireworks thingy?
- Frame’s the best boyfriend. +20
- Denied again. Lol. +10
- These two look super cute in this traditional Thai costume. +50
- Someone’s in the mood. +10
- I think I wanna marry you. +50
- Tee and Fuse are sitting .. like .. right there! You are telling me they didn’t hear all that talk between Book and Frame? Pfft. -10
- Come on! That wasn’t even a kiss. And, it was supposed to last 5 seconds. -10
- Funniest thing Book has said ever. Lol. -10
- When you have to swim now but have to model some hair products later. -20. But, who’s she, she’s pretty cute. +10
- In the real world, Fuse would have been kicked out already. -10
- What happened to tee’s hair? -10
Verdict: Now that we are winding down and coming so close to the end, the episodes are no longer filled with weird/dramatic story lines and thus, are becoming quite pleasant to watch.
Next episode: Are Book and Frame really getting married? I’m confused.
Season 1 recaps: Here.