Rumbling Hearts

Season 1 Episode 1

Episode 1-Friends to Lovers

Aired Unknown Oct 05, 2003 on Chiba TV
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Takayki is a lazy high school student who just flows through life without a plan. One day his friend Mitsuki tells him to go to a local hill after school. Instead of meeting Mitsuki there like he was expecting, Haruka shows up and asks him if she would be his boyfriend. After wavering for a while he agrees and the two start dating. Mitsuki wasn't entirely honest with Takayuki as it appears that she has feelings for him as wellmoreless

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  • Mitsuki Hayase is introduced as a fantastic swimmer and a very good friend of Haruka Suzumiya. Near the end of this episode Mitsuki admits she only just befriended Takayuki Narumi and Shinji Taira for Haruka who had a great crush on Takayuki.moreless

    The first part of the first episode seemed so dull, no offence, but the way the music blends unto the theme it just made it even sooo sad, for the start in my opinion should be a lot more expressive with a bit of wit and happiness. I like how Mitsuki shows in many different ways her 'slight' feelings towards the fact that Takayuki and Haruka are together. I also noticed Shinji, Takayuki's best mate, isn't much into the relationship circle, only that he laughs around and is nearly the most humorous and more fun loving than the other main three characters. Takayuki here in my opinion is a very silent guy, and spends most of his time thinking/sleeping. Haruka can show her feelings but has the tendency to over-react and run-off too quickly before anything happens, she can also blush a lot when in some distance from Narumi.

    I really like the ending of this particular episode for they (Narumi and Suzumiya) finally sorted out their relationship just a little bit, finding the courage in them to carry it out and not end it in such a gloomy manner.moreless

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