It’s finally the MIR season finale and the recap is arriving two whole month after! Yay! 😀 😛
Tbh, I had seriously given hope that I would ever finish this recap but two things happened that motivated me to finally finish this damn thing -> 1. SOTUS arrived (we will also recap that, of course) and 2. It’s a long weekend where I live and I had some extra time at hand. So, let’s finally finish this journey that we started together (lol and Spoilers, obv).
In this finale, we see some couple start their love journey, some reconcile after their fight, while some go their separate ways. The director ties up some loose threads and also sows seed for story lines for the next season.
Let’s start with Frame and Book. They are given the shortest amount of screen time in the finale but they also get the most cutest scenes of them all. It’s all about that honeymoon phase after the confession for them. They stare at each other lovingly, Book brings Frame food, feeds him, kisses him, etc. There are so many cute moments packed together in just few minutes that it’s better if you just watched it (or re-watched, in my case) and savor it.
Our other couple (Rod and Nine) also continue to act cute (when is anything not cute in MIR? I mean, except the other hetero stuff that no one cares about). Rod brings Nine a gift (a hybrid of Nine’s face and batman’s body .. this show man .. this show) and tells him he appreciates his kindness and thanks him for being his hero. I really don’t get why Rod is latching so much to this ‘hero’ stuff but I’m happy that Rod has found someone genuine who cares about him and loves him.
The couple for whom things don’t work out is the one with Lokmo and the other girl whose name I can’t remember and the love triangle with the two girls and P’Tan. We have been anticipating Mo’s break up for a while after we saw his girl friend getting offered a job to seduce Yok by Yok’s mother but it was still painful nonetheless. The only thing that’s keeping me sane is the hope that he will be offered a better story line (and a better beau) next season. The love triangle on the other hand – oh forget it, I just don’t care about them.
Anyway, moving on to the heart of our series, my OTP – TeexFuse. Last episode, Tee and Fuse were fighting but like any two people in love they just can’t stay away from each other. Fuse finds himself in front of Tee’s house after school and after hesitating for a few seconds decides to go in. They come face to face but apart from staring lovingly, they don’t talk to each other (the pain!) and all we are left with is the incoherent love lorn talk of the drunk P’Tan.
The next morning, Fuse arrives early at school and decides to sing a song (obv! didn’t you know that that’s what one does when one arrives early at school? pfftt) and with the power of Fuse’s love (!) and the power of music (!), Tee instinctively knows it’s Fuse calling him, sings with him (from the grounds outside) and sprints towards the music room. (By this point, if you are still surprised that by this sort of thing then you are watching the wrong show). Tee doesn’t go in but just listens from outside with love and satisfaction in his eyes. Fuse finishes the song, reminisces about the past encounters with Tee and comes outside but Tee has vanished.
The whole day Fuse is sad and lost and keeps remembering the amazing moments that he had with Tee. The show (and the story) comes full circle when later, Fuse finds himself locked in the same spot where he was locked in the beginning of the series. He is heartbroken and cries reminiscing about the good old days. And, the episode ends with our main hero – Tee – coming at the right time to rescue him with that infectious smile of his and a warm hug (and of course, a whole lottaaaa louvveeeeee!!!!).
The Arbitrary Points Counter:
- I want someone who looks at me like Book looks at Frame. +100
- I want someone who feeds me stuff like Book does to Frame. +100
- I want someone who kisses me with love like Book kisses Frame (and covered from three different angles). +100
- I want someone to bring me thoughtful gifts like Rod brings to Nine. +100
- I want someone to be there for me when I am lost like Tee is there for Fuse. +100
- Basically, I want someone to love me like Tee loves Fuse. +500
I am not desperate for love and attention, I swear. 😥
- You’re telling me that Fuse didn’t see that some one was listening to him the whole time when he reviewed the footage later? This could have saved all the sadness if he knew Tee was right there all along. I mean, it would have cut down the sweet moment later at the end as well so, only -5.
- Is it just me or does everyone feel like tasting that Gyoza thing? Damn, that is clever advertising! -10
- HOW DARE YOU? HOW COULD YOU MAKE MY MO’ CRY LIKE THAT??! TAKE THAT BACK YOU HEARTLESS GIRL! DON’T WORRY MO’, YOU DESERVE SO MUCH HAPPINESS AND SO MUCH BETTER THAN THIS WORTHLESS CHICK. -100
Verdict: A decent season finale. No cliffhangers – so that’s good at least.
GIF of the episode: Happy Ending ~~
Make It Right Season 2 recaps have landed here.