Post by slicknickshady on Jul 1, 2007 20:43:11 GMT -5
Ill suited and Big Bother were tough to beat but this one did it. That kiss was awesome and Yori was Awesome and Hana (Han) was awesome and so cute and Ron's hugs with her brother were awesome. Kim looked so hot in the first scene on the phone and i loughed how kim & ron sat on the couch together. Ron was like "Babies get all the love". lol. I said ever since big bother that i believed Yori was Hana's biological sister. You never hear about Yori's parents. I believe they are no longer alive and Yori was old enough to be on her own but hana was so young she had to be adopted. So even though this is not proved it does make a little more sense.
An excellent episode that somehow managed to balance the comic with the intense.
As new parents, the missus and I were laughing at loud at the babysitting scene. While BabyDrP doesn't walk on the ceiling (yet), his penchant for adventure was very accurately reflected in Hana.
Monkey Fist was wonderfully malevolent in this episode; I'm sorry he's gone, though, if only because I now need to rewrite the beginning of the already-posted chapter two of What's the Alma Mater.
Yori's comment that Hana was like a sister to her was telling. Given the shenanigans at Yamanuchi, I have to think Yori is Hana's sister, which leads to all sorts of interesting fanfic possibilities.
Ron's concern for both Hana and Kim was palpable in this episode. Yes, he was a worry-wart at times, but the scenes of him with Han at the pond and his reaction to learning what happened to Kim were touching. And despite his fears, as everything was falling apart around him, he still wanted to defend his sister and avenge his BFGF.
S4 has shown Kim's affections for Ron grow deeper and deeper. That continued here. She clearly believes in her man and his abilities.
The kiss? Talk about intense! I could feel the love there. Those two are in it for the long haul. No way is Ron going to toss Kim aside for Yori or Bonnie and Kim sure ain't going to leave Ron for Shego.
On the humor side, I loved the pet shop gag and Ron's project names: Project Tot Kwan Do ... the boy should be in marketing. Watching Han tame Kim, the teen hero/experieced baby sitter was funny, too. Of course, the funniest line belonged to Ron in the closing credits. Payback is sweet! And, the whole Evil Monkey/Wiggles plot was ridiculously over-the-top yet still oh-so-funny.
Credit is most definitely due for the series first phonetically palindromic title.