Full Moon o Sagashite

Season 1 Episode 13

A Tiny Concert

Aired Saturday 7:30 AM Jul 29, 2002 on TV Tokyo
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A Tiny Concert
Mitsuki holds a Full Moon mini-concert at the Hiiragi Preschool. All the kids love her except for this one mean little boy, Taiki, who looks very similar to Eichi. As the day goes on, Taiki does a lot of bad things to Mitsuki from lifting up her skirt to stealing her stage costume to wrecking the entire concert. Despite all that has happened, Mitsuki still feels that Taiki did all this for a good reason.moreless

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  • Damn kids.

    Full Moon is going to be performing her next concert among her younger fans; the elementary school kids! When she arrives, tons of young kids greet her, except for one. Coincidentally, that one kid looks a lot like Eichi, so Mitsuki has a little bias for him. However, he's a bitter and sour kid that doesn't seem to like Full Moon that much at all. He tries stealing her jacket, and even kicks her in the shin. It seems like Taiki is the way he is right now because his closest friend, Sora, is going to get adopted that day. When the actual concert starts, Taiki unplugs the main power source. Soon after, he runs off with Sora. Everyone looks for them, and Mitsuki is the first one to find the two. Mitsuki convinces Taiki to climb down with Sora, and it seems like the foster parents decide to take in Taiki as well. The long awaited concert of Full Moon finally starts, this time, with smiles on every kid's heart.

    Pretty corny, cliche, and it contains one of the things I hate the most in TV; rotten, stubborn, and ignorant little kids. I feel like karma is going to hit me and if I ever get married, my kid will be everything that I don't want him to be; rotten and stubborn. Though what I hated as much as Taiki's little attitude was Mitsuki being way too forgiving to him. There are times when you need to be more assertive. Well, there's nothing wrong with Mitsuki's pure character; it just seems way too convenient and kind of unrealistic.moreless

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