kakashi: It is a dangerous thing to say "my final SqueeCap". These suckers have a tendencies to sneak up behind you and tackle you to the ground when you least expect it. But you're always welcome to change your mind when that happens.
Shuk: Everyone is milling around in their finery, while Papa the Hutt oozes around with his KiWifey, palm slapping and gum flapping. The crowd includes GumiHeir's blind date, and someone who may be Peevil's brother.
kakashi: Everybody and their dog is there, all the aunts, uncles, cousins, cousins' cousins AND their mistresses.
JoAnne: The only dogs I saw were walking upright. I fully expected Bean Sister to walk in, somehow.
kakashi: Last chance to score big with PPL. Doing really well on that account, Heirs. It's the only 10 out of 10 you get from me.
kakashi: Sigh. Why. Oh, that rhymes! Why did they have to change his character so that he is now the jealous boyfriend?! Is this supposed to be cute or what? Another character .... destroyed. And I always thought the BS flag would be brown, but the yellow is very effective, too.
JoAnne: He could know she had a brother but not ever have met him to know him, and we all know an oppa ain't always an OPPA, you know? Wasn't he always playing that jealousy/aegyo thing with her though? Nope. He wasn't pressed at all about Kim Tan. Hmm.
kakashi: Pointless filler, but probably there to show us the big difference between Won (evil/spineless) and Tan (good/hero). And wtf is that woman wearing around her neck?
JoAnne: My thoughts exactly, although not necessarily framed as good or evil, just - what do you prioritize?
kakashi: So many obstacles (uhm ...) but you have overcome them all! You are so incredibly strong! Hwaiting!
JoAnne: Amazing what a good night's rest can do.
kakashi: Just perfect, drama. I LOVE IT when characters just suddenly change their mind like this. It makes for a warm fuzzy feeling of precious time lost with you.
JoAnne: I will admit to several occasions where I started to ask the universe 'if... then why the f....' and then gave up, usually because they distracted me with something really ugly (clothes) or really pretty (Woob, Gumi, Chan Young, HyoShin, hell...even Thick.)
kakashi: I am sorry, this is of course sweet, but I am gagging. That's what too much sweet does to you.
JoAnne: You say this now because yours is tiny and cute and snuggly but I'm going to tell you, the day will come when this gesture of thoughtfulness and love will make you tear up. Because children grow up to be less snuggly and thoughtful, although that changes back again after a while. I thought this scene was adorably sweet, but then I don't think it would be possible to be too nice to KiMom, at this point.
kakashi: Another great couple that could have been. That would be something different: a love story between two moms! Just putting it out there, KDramaverse!
JoAnne: They actually get best OTP in this drama, from me.
kakashi: Caring is staring.
JoAnne: Like the rest of us, Kim Tan was hoping for X-Ray vision.
kakashi: We're no in the wrappy-uppy mode. Another bow neatly tied. And buahahahaha to what Thick is wearing.
JoAnne: Next year, on Heirs: Less is More...
kakashi: More wrappy-uppy. Wrappy-uppy is always soooooooo booooooooooooooooooooring.
JoAnne: Nekkid Taekwondo. Is that a thing? Can we make that a thing? It would hurt, though. I don't care! I'm not doing it, I'm watching it! Oh wait though. I do not want to see Bad Dad nekkid. No I do not. ESPECIALLY not being all grabby and flippy with a nekkid Woo~~~~no no no make these pictures STOP.
kakashi: He may be amused, but I am not amused. I think I will sue SBS for 20+ hours lost. will 20 million do? I'll give you some, Shuk.
JoAnne: Is it only me who wonders how they might now suddenly have the thousands of dollars needed for the downpayment to move back into their old place? Which they did not have two weeks ago when they lived in a room off the kitchen, or last week when they were moved to a shack by the sea?
kakashi: Ho-ho-ho, funny, funny, funny.
JoAnne: You have a heart of stone. It WAS funny.
kakashi: I love it. Stalking made okay by presenting the victim with videos of herself.
kakashi: More wrappy-uppy. The 1% tension in this show just dropped to 0.0005%. So does the tension in my muscles and I am not sure for how much longer I can fight the urge to sleeeeeeeep.
JoAnne: I was very disappointed in you, Ye Sol.
kakashi: I am guessing this should amuse us? Or is it to show he isn't that stupid after all?
JoAnne: Did we ever actually think either of them were?
kakashi: Uhm, yes?
Shuk: Mr. 100? Absolutely an idiot. Mr. 97? Just hot lazyness.
kakashi: D'awwwwwwz, BadDad is now GoodDad! So well done, show, really, great character development.
JoAnne: I struggle with this. I never thought that Bad Dad didn't care for his son, but I thought his way of teaching was horrifying. But to buy his moment of relative empathy now, I would have needed to see a moment of that earlier in the show, when he was being most horrific. Since we didn't have that, this seems too abrupt.
kakashi: Hint-hint-nudge-nudge, wow. This show just took lame to another level.
JoAnne: My Young do deserves better than this.
kakashi: Uhm ... so tell me. We really needed to see Tan get jealous because ... we didn't believe he was in love before?
JoAnne: We've seen him be jealous before. I think this was just cute couple moment #12 in the KDrama Library of Scenes To Film in Final Episode of HS Drama. It was stupid, but my takeaway: Bo Na and Eun Sang as friends, Chan Young and Kim Tan as friends. Things I did want to see.
cherkell: And because I CAN, here is Kang Ha-neul's only scene in Episode 19. WHY OH GOD WHY ARE THEY UNDERUTILIZING MY MESSY?!? *wails*
kakashi: Oh, gross.
JoAnne: There was no swelling. Unless you mean my gorge, just now.
Shuk: Hee. Okay, that was a bit of artistic license.
kakashi: Ah, good. Bye, bye Peevil. I hope you die before this show tries to turn you into a good guy.
JoAnne: That this man could love his sons and treat them as he did boggles my mind. Do you think this actor gets depressed when he thinks back over his long, long career of despicable men? And I include Soon Shin's dad, even though he died fast. I mean come on - he lied to his wife for 20 years. How is that a good person?
kakashi: The tension is rising to 1.5%. Dun-dun-dun.
JoAnne: Like Cher has mentioned, I would have liked this part to have begun earlier and been given more of the storyline. I would have enjoyed quite a bit of watching the brothers join forces to combat that evil bitch and her slimey henchmen.
kakashi: I suspect this show is trying to create this incredible twist, in which KimWifey is the real evil force behind it all and .... who the fuck cares.
JoAnne: Illustration to support why KimPapa thought he needed to do what he did with his sons, I suppose.
kakashi: Hey, I even agree with her. These sons are pretty incapable.
JoAnne: Don't forget that Baby Daddy has picked a side. They have a chance. And no one ever said Wonnie was bad at the business side of things. Just emotions and his dad's fuckery, which is, to be fair, next-level shit.
kakashi: D'aaaaaawwwwwwwz, they so love each other.
JoAnne: I admit to some confusion: do you think that Bad Dad really has done illegal stuff? Or do you think that he has merely pushed the limits, along the lines of his very early comment that if there is not a rule against something, it's fair game? I thought he was an ass, but I never thought of him as a crook.
kakashi: Seriously, why did they have to get rid of one unpleasant character (Peevil) just to seamlessly replace him by the same unpleasant character, just one without a ding dong mcdor?
kakashi: Yeah. Totally ecstatic. But also crying. Why did you have to mention Heartless City .... I miss it so!!!!
JoAnne: Ooh, I was too busy laughing at how they didn't notice each other until they were actually standing next to each other to have any thoughts about Cutie Soo and Baksa Adeul. Now I'm sad. Woo Bin is totally Baksa, though, and Lee Min Ho would be Cutie Soo.
Shuk: At the begining of this episode, Beany and Tanny were together, Baby and Bo Na were cute, Blacky and Rachel were alone, and Messed Up's problem hasn't been resolved. At the end, Beany and Tanny are together, Baby and Bo Na are cute, Blacky and Rachel are alone, and Messed Up's problem isn't resolved. Kim Wifey is a biatch, but we knew that too. Was anything resolved? Did anything happen? Did I just waste 59 minutes I'll never get back? I think we can answer in the positive. Young-do will go see his mom. Other than than, I see nothing but blank stares and pointless scenes for the final episode. But at least it's the end!
kakashi: Let's go for a class action. I am sure cherkell knows how to do it. Let's ask for 20 million for each of us, compensation for personal suffering. Only JoAnne doesn't get any, because she liked it.
JoAnne: Fuck you I want money.
cherkell: I'd do it in a heartbeat... but you can't afford me.
kakashi: Let's do some crowdfunding! DM message me for my account number.