March 14, 2003


I once said that the only thing I was sure about in Kiddy Grade is that the main characters are really cute, and that isn't likely to change.

That was so close to a prophetically wrong statement that it's really rather remarkable.

Posted by David at March 14, 2003 02:19 PM


Do you mean that the main characters' cuteness has changed, or that your lack of certainty has changed?


Posted by: elthar at March 14, 2003 04:26 PM

Around episode 18, it becomes apparent that SOMETHING has changed. I don't really want to say any more than that because it's a pretty big spoiler. What I meant specifically about "being close to a prophetically wrong statement" is that, while my comment was technically true, it came very close to being completely wrong.

...Look, if you haven't seen the show, just don't ask. It's complicated. (well, actually it's fairly simple and I just don't want to spoil it)

Posted by: David at March 15, 2003 12:15 AM

Hey, I have seen the show, every episode so far released (which is to say, 22). I'm just trying to figure out what the heck you meant by your statement, which makes little sense to me.

Posted by: elthar at March 15, 2003 09:41 AM

I can guess what he means.

I just wonder what the heck they are going to do for the last two episodes. This show continues to be completely unexpected. Now I'm wondering if they will attempt to do a sequel. I actually wouldn't mind a side story showing some of the other agent teams.

Posted by: gregory at March 15, 2003 10:17 AM

A side story would be okay, so long as it followed Tweedledum and Tweedledee, 'cause next to Eclair, Tweedledee's the hottest. Though Mercredi MkII is pretty sharp too.

Posted by: elthar at March 16, 2003 11:11 AM


Posted by: izumi at March 17, 2003 02:37 AM

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