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Catgirls 2006-09-11 12:49

Ouran Host Club Episode 24 Discussion / Poll
 
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Catgirls 2006-09-12 11:32

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icf20405 2006-09-12 11:36

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hi no ken Jebus 2006-09-12 14:17

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dxgarten 2006-09-12 16:30

Episode 24 screencaps and summary

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Omniscient 2006-09-12 18:45

Episode 24 Screencaps and Summary
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Li Jianliang 2006-09-13 00:11

Can anyone check which real issue of The New York Times this corresponds with? I think it's Vol. CLIV No. 81,279.
EDIT: Wait, no, I don't think it exists... Vol. CLIV came out on April 17th, 2005...but it was No.53,187.
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horsdhaleine 2006-09-13 04:25

after watching this episode, i realized something about tamaki--- he acts somewhat like pet dog sometimes... you know, ticklish, cheerful, likes rubbing against kyouya...

wao 2006-09-13 06:02

Looking at this episode, it's becoming even more and more eerie to me when I realise that Kyouya looks..... a lot like my art teacher. :upset:

Especially the leftmost picture on the third row at Garten's entry on this episode... Yikes.

P.S. this episode was also storyboarded and directed by Eureka 7's director, Tomoki Kyoda.

White Manju Bun 2006-09-13 20:19

I liked this epi, it was a nice change I guess and it gave us background info and both Kyou and Tamaki. Hearing Tamaki speak French was awesome too, the little it was XD Its easy to see why Kyou found him so annoying.

kari-no-sugata 2006-09-14 04:30

I enjoyed this ep greatly. While a bit different, I think it was done very well. I loved the imagery with the flower at the end...

Maeryn 2006-09-14 08:37

I love Kyouya's exasperated look!

It's so sad that this anime is ending soon.

yf7778 2006-09-14 12:40

Bravo!! Mon ami!!:D
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No Longer Human

Li Jianliang 2006-09-16 16:54

Hmm, looks like almost a year has passed in the anime Ouran universe. Episode 2 was about a Christmas party, then there were the Karuizawa episodes, which was summar vacation. Episode 21 was Halloween and the beginning of episode 24 hints that it's late autumn.

So...now I'm confused. How is the school year working in Ouran? I originally assumed that the school year starts in April, given how Kyoya meets Tamaki and takes him to places mostly during summer vacation and finally snaps in August/September. Then Tamaki first suggests his idea of a Host Club during winter of his last year in middle school department and approaches the Hitachiin brothers with the prediction that they'll open the door in April, which the twins do right after their school year opening ceremony.

i0td 2006-09-19 22:10

A nice change of pace this episode. Some more background on the characters is always good to know. At least now we (and Haruhi) can understand why Kyouya has stuck around Tamaki so long. I also thought Fuyumi was pretty funny. The sister of the great Ootori family unable to reorganize the contents of the drawers, leaving her brother's room in a constant state of untidiness.

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All too true :heh:, especially watching him cuddle Kyouya like that.

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Originally Posted by Li Jianliang
I originally assumed that the school year starts in April, given how Kyoya meets Tamaki and takes him to places mostly during summer vacation and finally snaps in August/September. Then Tamaki first suggests his idea of a Host Club during winter of his last year in middle school department and approaches the Hitachiin brothers with the prediction that they'll open the door in April, which the twins do right after their school year opening ceremony.

I don't think you were wrong in your assumption here. The dance party in episode 2 did take place at the start of the school year in spring, so we can safely say that a complete year has not passed yet. Perhaps seven or eight months, because we know for sure that Halloween has passed.

Ambulator 2006-09-19 22:30

A nice balance between fleshing out the characters and humorous bits. Not much actual plot, I suppose, but it really didn't seem to need one.

A close-up of some Ouran homework reveals some advanced looking calculus. That helps to show how advanced the student and the school are, as well as the level of attention to detail by the animators.

Li Jianliang 2006-09-19 22:41

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A close-up of some Ouran homework reveals some advanced looking calculus. That helps to show how advance the student and the school are, as well as the level of attention to detail by the animators.

It appears to be functions and limits. I remember studying this stuff in 11th grade in a mixed class of 10th/11th grade students.Now, if only I can tell what level of an essay Kyoya's writing...

BrokenWingz 2006-09-20 04:55

I quite enjoyed this ep, not as funny as the usual ep but the story was nice.

I especially like the ending when you see Kyouya's painting appeared to be smeared but later on reveals to be a bigger rainbow flower, was a nice ending ^^

wao 2006-09-20 05:04

They're doing exactly the same level of stuff that I'm doing in school now... but from the notation of summation that we learned, shouldn't the stuff at the bottom of the sigma say "t=something" or "x=something" instead of just a number or negative infinity? I mean it doesn't have relevance to the expression after the sigma notation... but that's just me nitpicking :P And woot, it's integration...

Not like my maths is good or anything :)

And the essay he's writing, from whatever I understand, is like.... philosophical bullshit. And about how the people need a new theory or something. I think they tried to keep it purposely vague...

Actually I have to admit Tamaki became even less slick/cool than he seemed to be after this episode. Behind the facade I think he's really quite insecure. I guess I look at him in that way because even though it's a joke I really can't stand when people say they want to go here and there and are a nuisance, then they get serious, and then when you respond seriously they try to get the upper hand by giving you a 'cool', 'I know better than to be over-serious' type of reply... although it wasn't exactly what he was doing but he reminded me of certain people...


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