SamJaz (Level 20)

Magic is often just the over-application of understood systems to areas of reality where they do not apply.
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I've always complimented this show on its realism, and criticised Koyuki on his naive faith in humanity, and I won't stop now.
Except... no. I will stop criticising Koyuki. This entire time, I've forgotten that he's only 16. I was hardly better at that age.
Slip Out seems to be a beautiful song, and I want to hear the full version. 
This Guy. Legend.
This Guy. Legend.
I actually half expected Koyuki to come onto the stage at the encore and say "Sorry, but Beck isn't around any more. We broke up. In completely unrelated news, I'd like to introduce the next band, Mongolian Chop Squad!"
But nah, this works too.
I'm impressed at this show at capturing the magic between a group so realistically. It was incredibly well done, and it's sad that it's over. 
But, these things die. Bands break up, band members leave. I really want to know where Ryuusuke went, but I have a sneaking suspicion that he went to America to make it big as a solo guitarist under a new name.
And I'm glad that Koyuki's finally getting somewhere with Maho, but that's kinda unimportant right now. Strange, isn't it? I've been going on and on about that all this time and all I care about is the goosebumps I got at the start of the episode when Koyuki was singing Slip Out. Honestly? That's all I care about right now.
That, and watching the final episode. On we go.
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