Under the Innocent Sky #10 — Hayato’s Day in the Sun

June 5th, 2011


*ahem* Forgot to title this…


A somewhat slower episode showing his personalities continue to bleed into each other’s lives. Hayato took the wheel for the still MIA Takashi this week, but when faced with his harem taking him to Alexanders (and their panties), forced Chitose to deal with it. All that makes it feel like they’re working towards some kind of ending where the final Haneda is some kind of conglomeration of his parts if anything, but it’ll be interesting to see if they can get there satisfactorially with Garuda, Kobato, and the ‘real’ brother’s stuff still hanging around. There really aren’t that many episodes left here.

It was a little disappointing how quickly and conveniently they resolved the little bout of drama with Hiyoko though and there wasn’t even much of a payoff for it. Chitose didn’t even much of a reward himself for it either. I was expecting at least a little peck on the cheek after his speech, but instead, Eri got the big "I love you" confession and then girl grouphug. It looks like the show’s final impetus will be put into motion by Asuka too, who is certainly becoming more of a possessive stalker. She doesn’t seem that concerned for Takashi himself though. I wouldn’t be surprised if she just liked having someone to control and machinated some situation with the rest of the pseudo-harem to reveal what’s going on and try to ruin their pseudo-lives.


Boo Takashi.

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8 Shouts From the Peanut Gallery

  • ShuffleAir says:


    Is his hair suppose to be like that? o_o

  • Man, I liked this episode a lot too. Hayato having a turn at “driving” was cool to watch, especially when he told off the whole class about that stupid yearbook shit. Fucking Takashi.

    Then of course the random mizugi scene and finally Chitose wrapping it all up. God damn, this makes me want to play the game.

  • Honoo says:

    Hayato > Shuusuke >>>>>> Takashi.

    You know it’s true.

  • Silver says:

    Somehow it seems that Takashi is the representation of the real Haneda’s weakness while Shuusuke is his playboy side and finally Hayato is his tougher side. So I’m guessing the real personality is pretty much a mesh of all the personality?

    But yeah, I LOVE the part where he just told of the damn class.

  • jingoi says:

    Yay…Funimation licensed this for some odd reason.