kakashi: Kisses! Many, many kisses! I didn't know where to look! Kasuo and Li Luo get to spend a few happy hours, enjoy them, kids. Who knows, might be your last ones, buahahaaaaa. JoAnne: Finally your precious Kasuo has a few non-mopey or limp moments.
kakashi: Many people do a lot of things to keep Kasuo and Li Luo apart - and you know how they say 'just throw enough time and money at something and you'll succeed'? I really like them together, both light up when they're with the other and Kasuo's whole expression and body language changes. But I guess it's a love that cannot be... *sobs* Poor Shi has a lot going on too, because there is no denying it anymore: he is not of pure Ice Tribe lineage. JoAnne: Poor Shi. So, if he's from that Other Tribe, The Tribe That Does Not Officially Exist - was it 50/50 he'd end up passing for Ice most of his life? I mean, it could really have gone the other way very early on, right? You're right about Kasuo and Li Luo too - I like him best when he's with her. I like her all the time, though. By the way, am I the only one thinking the other Realm Guardian, the one NOT in love with Li Luo, is very, very, very cute?
kakashi: Saki will be away for a while, which means you have to enjoy
this recap a lot and read it very carefully and maybe several times
before the next one will be posted. Anyway! I love the Zhang-family mystery (and that it remains a mystery). After many very difficult episodes that challenges my love for this show, this one is a total winner. SakiVI: I love the Zhang family. I kind of wish Little Master could've made an appearance in at least one of the Zhang Family episodes (HELL YEAH!!!), but the Zhangs are so amazing overall, I can let that obsession go - a bit.
kakashi: People, let me be frank: I don't care about this drama. I've never warmed up to Soo-Ae and even though Starry Nights was cute, I have not come to love Kwak Kwak (that would be Kim Young-Kwang for normal people). The same goes for Lee Soo-Hyuk... I don't get the fuss. Jo Bo-Ah is one sexy woman, but I don't actively follow her work. There is just one person in this drama that I do walk an extra mile for and if you've been following this blog for a bit, you probably know who that is: Kim Ji-hoon! Sadly, he isn't even second lead in this. Not sure what he is apart from a major douchebag. WTF are you doing, darling, get yourself a lead role again!!! In any case, I will not recap this in the traditional sense. I will just look for Kim Ji-hoon scenes, recap those and gladly forget about the rest. JoAnne: See that look on his face? That's my face that you would reject my lovely Kim Young Kwang AND the not inconsiderable charms of Lee Soo Hyuk. Also, my face at seeing the Cheater Friend from Five Children again so soon.
kakashi: Dear all, Saki is currently on holidays, which leaves me with JoAnne, who, as she likes to repeat, remains "detached". I hope she will not be too mean to Kasuo et al.!!! In this episode, the Ice King tries to separate Li Luo and Kasuo for good and Shi realizes that it is very unlikely he is an Ice Tribe prince at all. Poor baby. JoAnne: I can't really kick a man when he's down, though. Not too hard, anyway - and it's not like I don't like him, I do. I just want him to get past this mopey place.
kakashi: My 2013 "Lee Jun-ki and his Hair"-post is getting a lot of hits these days. I wonder why that is.... Haha, who am I kidding, I know why!!!! It's the power of his beautiful, beautiful face!! And fine, fine, because you're all asking for it, I'll do a new one. The rules of my "hair posts" are relatively simple. We talk about a guy's hair. Nothing else. Performance for example? Doesn't matter. Just the hair does. JoAnne: As I think you can tell from some previous items here, hair matters to me. My kind of post!
kakashi: Saki is on holidays, Ice Fantasy didn't air due to some SARFT shenanigans and The Mystic Nine is over. I've been too busy for many words, but you know what? I am happy. JoAnne: And I am not on holidays, but very behind on things and you'll see I didn't watch much this week. Shuk: I spent most of the week on the shores of North Carolina with a dozen teenagers, so no dramawatching for me. Plus, I getting ready for an eight-day Caribbean cruise, so dear squeeglets, don't freakout if the SqueeCap page isn't immediately updated. bcook: Hi strangers! Cookie!!!!!
SakiVI here, recapping Episode 5 for all you lovelies! [The things I do...]
kakashi here, hiiiiiii! (I like the opening song of this drama) Sparks in the house! More Mars and Momo - I'm ready! ;) Trotwood: I'm here, too. I call this episode "Mars in rescue mode: the learning years" Shuk: [rubbing my hands in glee] Jo: watch what you rub, girlie.