…and yes, I watched this episode myself too! What is the world coming to?
The unthinkable has happened. Phyllo, staple of the Mac Anu bridge and chief coordinator of The World:r2’s HARD GAY, is gone. As the male players try to adjust to this unexpected loss, they must decide whether they can now continue along the HARD GAY path, or if it is time to throw in the towel. Meanwhile, Tabby confesses her true feelings, and Yata grudgingly pays his cable bills.
The ultimate HARD GAY monster materialises.
Haseo has barely been back five minutes when Touta asks him for some HARD GAY.
Still struggling with her feelings, Tabby visits the place where her first love and HARD YURI mentor Shino disappeared.
When Haseo continues to refuse him HARD GAY, Touta reveals that Phyllo is gone, and that without their coordinator to arrange matches, they should take whatever they can get.
Although it leaves them in the red for the month, Yata pays to have cable TV reconnected.
Touta and Saburo meet for yet another HARD GAY vs. HARD YURI debate. Saburo is pleased that the loss of Phyllo deals a serious blow to the HARD GAY side.
Whilst Yata watches ‘Attack of the Killer Blob’ on the classic film channel, Pai takes Kuhn out for one last Hyper Self Pleasure lesson.
Silver Knight has remained in The World all this time just to ask Haseo for some HARD GAY.
The symbol of HARD GAY thrusts proudly into the sky.
Piro is immensely proud of his child, and shows baby photos to anyone who happens to pass by.
Tabby hands over her paw-gloves as a gift for the newborn.
Seisaku tries to ease his pain of his break-up with Tabby by chatting up other women, but Hideo refuses to condone his stepfather’s new relationship.
Despite all that has happened between them, Tabby still has strong feelings for Haseo, and is delighted to see him again.
Tabby confesses the full extent of her feelings for Haseo, but is also well aware that the two of them living together would never work out.
They part on good terms, with Haseo promising to contribute to Hideo’s upbringing.
Yata, Pai and Kuhn’s interests are piqued by a trailer for a new show starting this autumn.
Tri-Edge stars in the new show, as Kite of the Azure Flame.
His co-stars include Balmung…
The show promises to be a black comedy about a trio of psychotic HARD GAY men living together in their own apartment.
Ovan is also intrigued by the new show, and wonders if he will be able to audition for a supporting role.
As Haseo thinks back to the happy times with Shino, he realises that there is room for both men and women in his life.
Haseo summons Multi-Wang, the monstrous symbol of his new BI lifestyle.
The end of Roots can only mean that I must find something new to blog.