“Hey beautiful, whatcha’ doin’?”
Sakura and Kero get into a fight, leading to Kero wandering off on his own little adventure, under somewhat involuntary circumstances (a.k.a. getting crazy drunk off of alcoholic chocolates).
Remind you of any particular recent anime series?
Kero surely deserves to sleep without trying to be a statue at the same time, or get kicked by Sakura on her bed.
But c’mon Kero-chan, are you a plush toy or a cockroach? Especially since you didn’t ask before discarding Sakura’s belongings from the drawer.
And it begins!
“How’s the monster doing this…”
Double-note to self: Never call Sakura a “monster”, and never EVER call her a “monster” after being called a “monster.”
Naturally, though, when Kero wanders away from the house due to his drunkenness, Sakura starts regretting having that petty argument with Kero and starts worrying about him. Our Sakura holds no grudges!
Akane totally looks like she’s related to Chiharu.
She was definitely a “DAAAAW :3″ child character and managed to get some feels out of me, with her mother working the bone and her father no longer being around (as she puts it, she wants to meet her father, who she heard was in a place called “heaven), the poor little girl is alone in the house, most of the time (in Japan, leaving a child that young alone unattended is actually legal – it’s a cultural thing relating to Japan relative “safeness”). It’s pretty sad and you feel as sorry/worried for her as Kero is.
Staying and keeping a random little girl (who calls you “Chau-chan”) company who because you’re worried about such a small child being left home alone. Chau-cha…I mean, Kero-chan, you’re a pretty cool guy after all.
PULL OVER THAT ASS TOO FAT
You know it’s a cool episode when Kero gets a chance to be the hero.
In the end, you may saved the day with The Wood card, Sakura, but
Chau-chan Kero-chan gets a hug worthy of a hero.
Sakura even made a new (and more sanitary) “room” for Ker-…
AW, HERE IT GOES