Well, what do you know — there’s a live drama adaptation of “Arakawa Under the Bridge.” Continue reading
I recently tried to watch Dragon Ball Kai for nostalgic reasons, but it got pretty boring. The tenth episode of Arakawa really had me laughing though despite being so similar.
I’m still following Arakawa Under the Bridge‘s 2nd season (Arakawa Under the Bridge *2 to be exact), but it isn’t with the same gusto as with the first season. Why’s that?
And like a lot of Shaft shows, the gimmick wore thin by the end, but at least their stories typically wrap up around here.
“Recovery can take place only within the context of relationships; it cannot occur in isolation.” — Judith Herman, Trauma and Recovery