Let’s recap. (Spoilers, obv.)
The boys are having a late night swim in the condo (probably) and Fuse is still mulling over who to choose – Jean or Tee. Are you frackin’ kidding me? The choice is crystal clear. It’s Tee, it’s always Tee.
We then shift to Frame and Book. Frame is sneezing a lot and Book scolds him for swimming this late with his friends. Frame asks Book to pass some cold medicine from his bag but it turns out to be a Viagra of some sort (of course). This makes Frame horny and he literally starts jumping on Book and starts to film the escapade. At this point, Book has had enough of it and says that he doesn’t want to do it again, Frame makes inquiries as to why is that. Book just ignores it and Frame leaves it as well and they have normal happy sex. While this is an interesting territory and a new development, this scene was very choppy. And, I have no idea how MIR will handle a sex video story line.
Later, we see a very happy Book cooking for Frame while day dreaming and feeling nostalgic. Frame being Frame scares him out of the blue and Book ends up cutting his finger. Frame then proceeds to carry out the first-aid, explains that he loves him and wants to care for him and starts to cook for him.
Back in Fuse’s house, he’s trying to reach Tee but Tee’s phone is turned off. (He doesn’t know about the sad melancholic montage that Tee had last episode.) Then, when Tee returns, Fuse apologizes and says that he will choose Jean instead of him.
OMG! ARE YOU F’ KIDDING ME? AFTER ALL OF THIS, YOU ARE STILL CONCERNED ABOUT JEAN? WHAT ABOUT TEE? THE ONE WHO’S BEEN THERE FOR YOU. THE ONE WHO TAKES CARE OF YOU. THE ONE YOU REALLY LIKE? WTF IS WRONG WITH YOU BOY? I’M DONE. BYE.
However, our lord and savior, the epitome of grace – Tee handles it well by telling Fuse to follow his heart instead. 😥 😥
DO YOU SEE THAT FUSE? THAT’S WHO YOU SHOULD ASPIRE TO BE. YOU ARE LOSING THAT OVER SOME GIRL! UGH.
Then, after all of this, he still has the balls to say let’s still be friends. Oh. My. God. Of course, he can’t let go of poor Tee and wants all the attention. Has he thought about how this makes Tee feel? Of course not. Tee just says that he needs some time to sort this out and they will always be good friends. And, they have breakup sex.
Rodtang is busy playing the cool dude and now apparently, has an assistant. He is cutting class and is still hasn’t gone to the basketball practice. The boy with pretty eyelashes is pissed af. Nine assures him that he will handle the situation and goes to look for Rod. Rod, on the other hand, gets caught by the young teacher but using his charms, he gets away. Nine, seeing this, isn’t happy and lectures him about being responsible and good person. Rod just rolls his eyes mutters something about wanting to take care of his family, etc. It seems he’s become too cool for P’Nine.
In school, Fuse still wants to be friends with Tee and invites him to do homework together and go to the tutoring class together. But, Tee cooly rebuffs his attention seeking attempt and walks away. Yass!!!! You show him Tee!
Then, in the tutoring class, it seems Jean has also joined the same place and she asks for Fuse’s bag and wants Fuse to sit with her instead of Tee. When Fuse brings him some refreshments, Jean calls him over and takes that too. Ugh. I would be angry but right now, all I can say is – good riddance.
Then, to my pleasant surprise, we finally get another suitor for Tee’s affection – Cid/Sid. About time MIR, about BLOODY TIME.
Few facts about the new suitor:
- He looks hella’ fine.
- He is quite adept at flirting.
- He was Tee’s classmate back in the day.
- He likes Tee (obv.)
- People used to tease Tee and Cid as lovers! (Omg, so cute)
But of course, Tee seems a little guarded with his emotions and doesn’t jump as quickly as our friend Cid. I hope that this leads to somewhere.
The best part is of course, the look on Fuse’s face, when he realizes that Tee already has a lot of options besides him! HAH!
Then, there’s some thing about Yok using Lukmo to get back at his mother. He literally wraps Mo as a present and gives it to his mother, who obviously goes berserk. I have no idea where this story line is going. I feel his mother is at least right in some ways, like not the homophobic part but the part where this 15 year old is moving in with this boy friend of his?? Kids these days, am I right?
Arbitrary Points Counter
- Suck it. Suck it real good. xD +100
- Get me a boy friend that takes care of me like this. +50
- Your face when your bae take cares of you and cooks for you. +50
- Doesn’t this guy look like Lee Jong-Suk? Cute as. +10
- Boy, bye. +50
- Oh, hey there. Do you want my pen? +500
- People, the first contact has been made. +100
- Eat your heart out, you little boy. +100
- Fuse boy, you made the wrong choice today. -1000
- One last time. 😦 -100
- Rodtang, the character, is turning out to be a little b*tch, right? -20
Verdict: Not. I mean, where is the good kind of drama? Where are the cute high jinks? Where is the good kind of comedy? Where’s the romance? It’s just sad and melancholic now. However, the introduction of Cid, and Book and Frame’s cuteness made the episode bearable. (Also, skipping past all the hetero and Yok and Mo story lines definitely helped.)
Next episode: Tee moves out from Fuse’s house while Mo moves in with Yok.
Season 1 recaps: Here.