WOTO IS LOVE
WOTO IS LIFE
Well, I meant the original airing date (January 4, 2010, but at 26:00, that is, January 5, 2010, 02:00)
Or did I pick a wrong channel?
Well, the annual stream is better. Never watched it with you.
Oh shit, I wanted to watch Darts tonight too and it starts at the same time as the stream.
If you aren't begging for it to never end by the final epsidoe something is wrong with you.
SnW is a fucking work of art.
Second episode, abandoned part of the building, this starts playing. This was the point when I knew I must watch the whole series. Some parts were boring, ending was embarassing, but some other parts were brilliant.
I'm a little late to the party, but I don't think I've seen one person on /a/ who actually liked the ending. Why is that?
Was it Rio coming out of nowhere to save the day? Kind of silly, but it made some amount of sense with the show's logic.
>Was it Rio coming out of nowhere to save the day?
Exactly that, coupled with MC playing her trumpet. I enjoyed most of the show, but this part went way over the suspension of disbelief. Too cheesy, too unrealistic and finally too simple to serve as a solution to unfolding events. I don't want to discuss it further to avoid spoilers - we have already included too many of them.
Why are sleepy tank drivers so good?
It wasn't out of nowhere though.
They knew that the enemy was close and if you payed attention you would have realized that most soldiers didn't even want to fight, so any excuse not to fight would have been accepted.
It will never be ready.
I would have dropped $80 on that in an instant, but then again that's a drop in the bucket for the employed.
suteki suteki suteki
Best parts were episode 7.5 and the telephone scene in 8.
Can anyone really have such negative feelings about an episode of SnW? Don't you mean that you are merely lukewarm in your affections for it; whereas for the other episodes you are positively adoring?
It's not that plot heavy, is it?
Aside from Rio's conversation at the end of course, but even then there are plenty of other hints throughout the story on that plot line. Do you miss any plot by skipping it?