Full Moon o Sagashite

Season 1 Episode 50

I Just Can't Tell Him

Aired Saturday 7:30 AM Mar 15, 2003 on TV Tokyo
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I Just Can't Tell Him
Mitsuki hesitates on telling Takuto about the Flower of Forgetfulness.

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  • SCORE!!!!

    Mitsuki is in a dilemma, unable to grasp what her final decision should be. Shall she give Takuto the Flower of Forgetfullness, ending his threat of becoming a ghost while also forgetting everything, everyone, Mitsuki? Or, shall she not, and only hope that he doesn't turn into a ghost...Finally, after longer debate, she tells him of how they may save him. But, Takuto claims his memories to be more dear, and to rather become a ghost than a shinigami without memories. However, the climax of this episode is when Takuto truly confesses his LOVE (not "like") to Mitsuki. They end with the decision to use the flower, a kiss, and Takuto's promise never to forget Mitsuki.

    I LOOOOOOOOOOOVVVE the fact that Takuto TRULY confessed...I want them to be a couple sooooo badly...anyway, this episode is great, and exactly what I'd hope for, only...will Takuto be able to remember Mitsuki? o_Omoreless
  • Whoa

    Mitsuki and Meroko finally got the flower of forgetfulness, but didn't tell Takuto about it just yet. On with normal day life, Mitsuki and her friends have finally graduated from elementary school! Afterwards, Mitsuki, her grandmother, and Wakaouji, visit Aoi's and Hazuki's grave, telling them the great news of what their daughter has achieved. Even more good news comes as the doctor, who'll be performing the surgury on Mitsuki, will be taking a plane to Japan just for her. Though that's not all; Mitsuki still has to celebrate her thirteenth birthday! All of her friends have come, including Wakaouji and Ooshige. Unexpectedly, Madoka was invited by Mitsuki's grandmother. She offers everyone tickets to "her" concert", but it appears everyone has already grabbed one. With the concert approaching, Mitsuki decides to finally tell Takuto about the flower. Takuto argues that he wants to keep his wonderful memories with everyone intact even if it means his memories are sacrificed, but Mitsuki convinces him that he'll be able to create new ones in his new life. The two kiss, and Takuto drinks a cup of water with the flower's petal in it.

    This episode was really a cheerful one; no heart striking news, no depression plaguing any of the characters; just happy smiles everywhere. I'm a person that loves happy episodes, so this was a given for me. Mitsuki's graduation really delivered some nostalgia of me when I graduated from elementary school, and while it qualifies as a sad moment, the graveyard scene was really a touching moment since this has been the most united the family has been since, ever! I share the same feelings for the birthday party. What definitely took the cake was the scene with Mitsuki presenting the flower of forgetfulness to Takuto. I thought that the debate could have gone either way, and Takuto wouldn't have made a wrong decision even if he didn't drink the flower. This is a rare thing in any form of entertainment, because usually in arguments like these, they are painfully obviously one sided. Though both sides presented a good argument, and thought it was great overall. The kiss really sealed the deal, and thought this episode couldn't have ended any better.moreless

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