Full Moon o Sagashite

Season 1 Episode 28

Mitsuki's A Master Of Love?

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Aired Saturday 7:30 AM Oct 12, 2002 on TV Tokyo
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Mitsuki's A Master Of Love?
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Mitsuki gets fan-mail from a girl asking for her advice in love. Mitsuki soon realizes that her friend, Kumi, is the one who sent that mail! Apparently, she has a crush on a boy named Machida, but she's clueless on how to let him know about her love for him. So, she turns to Mitsuki, who she assumes is the master of love.moreless

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  • Premature love is so sweet.

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    Mitsuki's friends decide to come over. One of them accidentally pops out a picture of Mitsuki and Eichi together. They immediately label Mitsuki the master of love. Kumi though seems rather spaced out. At Full Moon's work, during her morning broadcast, she receives a letter about a troubled girl who has a love life, but doesn't know how to approach it. Full Moon is rather blunt about it. The next day, Mitsuki finds out it was actually Kumi who sent in that letter, and turns to her since she's the master of love. Mitsuki, through Takuto and Meroko, find out about Machida, the girl Kumi likes, preferences. Kumi writes a letter to Machida, telling him to meet her after school. When Machida arrives, he mistakens the letter to be from Mitsuki, which causes Kumi to get all emotional. Mitsuki fixes her up, and everything's all fine now.



    I'm more of a fan of mature love relationships, but premature middle school love, especially the parts where the couple try and get to know each other, always springs my interests. Machida mistaking the letter to be from Mitsuki perfectly pans out how premature the love is, and then immediately rebounding back to Kumi. Though what makes this episode great is its execution and how things were ran. It was pretty interesting how Kumi asked Full Moon for advice, then Mitsuki. It didn't seem out of the blue too, since the other friends established Mitsuki as the master of love, so it'd only be realistic if Kumi resorted to Mitsuki for advice. What was even more impressive was the final scene between Mitsuki and Kumi. I actually didn't expect her to pull this. Mitsuki explaining in detail how she isn't the master of love really panned out well.moreless

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