Typing this from the computer lab in the dorm in Hong Kong. It’s too friggin’ hot outside to want to go anywhere and I had plans tonight, too, but I’m merging them up with Saturday’s instead to go run later and work off that salad that’s not really a salad. *sigh*
A rather boring settling of this arc, in my opinion. There were like a dozen twists here and there to make it all confusing-lookingish but really, getting all the million Cocos right was more of a knot than the overall case. *sigh* -_-;
So I won’t have a thoughts section for this review.
…Oh, and btw, who else thought Sophie was an incredible earsore narrating through the entire play, huh?! D:x
Title of this episode is not, in any way, related to the signature song of famous French singer, Édith Piaf, or the biographical film of the same name starring the wonderful, Academy-Award winning actress, Marion Cotillard.
Because I doubt France’s greatest and most beautiful cultural icon sang about tarts and macaroons while doing the can-can on roller skates, ok? Only in Sauville! ONLY in Sauville! *rolls eyes*
Right, so a quick heads-up. The “Thoughts” section will be where most of my rambling will go for today instead of the mystery about Coco Rose. Obvious reason being the Cordelia’s backstory and all.
People of the world, I have two announcements! *spreads arms out to the sky*
1) I am awesome! *obnoxiously enjoying herself for no apparent reason* x)
2) I just got out of school!
So while this means I’d like to sit back, relax and bask in my shallow arrogance, I’ll still do a somewhat lengthy run-through of this week’s episode which is for many, many reasons just AWESOME. Perhaps not as AWESOME enough to earn the anti-drug tag but it did finally earn the AWESOME OTP one.
And now you’ll get to see why I’m in such a perky, awesome mood along with that. Also, because I’m a lazy ass, I merged the “Thoughts” and “Mystery Corner” section together since it’s all bound to be the same thing anyway.