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View Poll Results: K-On!! (Second Season) - Episode 22 Rating
Perfect 10 26 36.62%
9 out of 10 : Excellent 22 30.99%
8 out of 10 : Very Good 17 23.94%
7 out of 10 : Good 2 2.82%
6 out of 10 : Average 2 2.82%
5 out of 10 : Below Average 1 1.41%
4 out of 10 : Poor 1 1.41%
3 out of 10 : Bad 0 0%
2 out of 10 : Very Bad 0 0%
1 out of 10 : Painful 0 0%
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Old 2010-09-02, 15:40   Link #81
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Those four flowers were cherry blossoms. The messge,Cherry blossom comes out, means passing the entrance exam. Entrance exam is held in Feb.,and the result of the exan comes out in Mar. Mar is the month when cherry blossoms come out.
So people used such message. But, this message was used in long time ago.
I wonder why Yui knows it. At least, I have not known until yesterday.
The cherry blossom symbology is pretty old, so old that I'll bet Yui knows it because Gran'ma knows it.
And Azunyan knows it because she's really an old person in the body of a pixie.

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Old 2010-09-02, 15:56   Link #82
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Those four flowers were cherry blossoms. The messge,Cherry blossom comes out, means passing the entrance exam. Entrance exam is held in Feb.,and the result of the exan comes out in Mar. Mar is the month when cherry blossoms come out.
So people used such message. But, this message was used in long time ago.
I wonder why Yui knows it. At least, I have not known until yesterday.

Oh. That's good to know. Thanks. My joke backfired, but...
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Old 2010-09-02, 19:59   Link #83
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Such a good episode! Azu-nyan.

I really don't want this to end, really, really don't want this to all come to an end. When Azusa was wishing at the shrine I could almost feel myself wishing with her, but for them to do another series where times skipped forward and Azusa gets into their college.

Please don't end K-On, I don't think I could live without my weekly dose of your houkago antics.
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Old 2010-09-03, 02:07   Link #84
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First of all subs:
The serial number on the 1000 yen bill can be read as:

HTT00823N = Hokago Tea Time loves loves A-zu-sa Nakano
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Old 2010-09-03, 02:33   Link #85
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The serial number on the 1000 yen bill can be read as:

HTT00823N = Hokago Tea Time loves loves A-zu-sa Nakano
How can it be read as that?

Mind to give explanation?
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Old 2010-09-03, 02:39   Link #86
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How can it be read as that?

Mind to give explanation?
HTT = obviously Hokago Tea Time
0 = often used as a numeric placement for "love" (tennis terminology)
8 = can also be read as あ (A)
2 = can also be read as ず (zu)
3 = can also be read as さ (sa
N = first letter of Azu-nyan's family name,"Nakano"
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Old 2010-09-03, 02:43   Link #87
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htt = obviously hokago tea time
0 = often used as a numeric placement for "love" (tennis terminology)
8 = can also be read as あ (a)
2 = can also be read as ず (zu)
3 = can also be read as さ (sa
n = first letter of azu-nyan's family name,"nakano"
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The cherry blossom symbology is pretty old, so old that I'll bet Yui knows it because Gran'ma knows it.
And Azunyan knows it because she's really an old person in the body of a pixie.
That explains her intepretation of showerheads and taiyaki gill covers.
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Old 2010-09-03, 03:24   Link #88
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HTT = obviously Hokago Tea Time
0 = often used as a numeric placement for "love" (tennis terminology)
8 = can also be read as あ (A)
2 = can also be read as ず (zu)
3 = can also be read as さ (sa
N = first letter of Azu-nyan's family name,"Nakano"
Great information ...
Thanks for the explanation

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The cherry blossom symbology is pretty old, so old that I'll bet Yui knows it because Gran'ma knows it.
And Azunyan knows it because she's really an old person in the body of a pixie.
I think most of the HTT members are old-fashioned ...
Mio with her way of delivering letter (hey now is the era of internet and email etc)
Yui with the influence of the neighbour's Grandmother ...

the most 'modern' one is Ritsu, I think ...

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That explains her intepretation of showerheads and taiyaki gill covers.
How does it relate with old fashion?
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Old 2010-09-03, 03:57   Link #89
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Spoiler for ep 22:




2010-09-07 23:放課後!
2010-09-14 24:最终话
2010-09-21 25:番外编
2010-09-28 26:番外编

Episode 24 will be the series final, although there are two more episodes after that. There are possibilities the two extra episodes will be anything they didn't include. Although since KyoAni did miss a lot of things from the manga, they can also make an ova that can be included with the bluray/dvd releases, like what they did with season one.
so two more to go?? with two more extrs?? please dont let it be true...where do u get this information?? can u post the link??



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Great information ...
Thanks for the explanation



I think most of the HTT members are old-fashioned ...
Mio with her way of delivering letter (hey now is the era of internet and email etc)
Yui with the influence of the neighbour's Grandmother ...

the most 'modern' one is Ritsu, I think ...



How does it relate with old fashion?
well....Ritsu can be a bit old sometime....the way she speak like an ojisan...like during when they pay a visit to her house and she said " If you are a japanese then you have to eat rice!!"
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Old 2010-09-03, 06:06   Link #90
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The animation feels a bit rough around the edges here and there. I'm going to assume they're cutting some corners so they can blow it all out on the finale.

Well on the first half at least. The scenery porn at the latter half was classic KyotoAni, especially after Azusa was getting all gloomy that Jun and Ui tried to comfort her. Actually that's the crowning moment of heartwarming for the three of them then and there.

But I have to admit that Azusa's line by the window before Sawako came in got me hard. Really hard. For whatever reason my favorite scene was when she ate the candy at the shrine Yui gave her. There's some deeper meaning to that I haven't figured out yet.
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Old 2010-09-03, 09:14   Link #91
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HTT = obviously Hokago Tea Time
0 = often used as a numeric placement for "love" (tennis terminology)
8 = can also be read as あ (A)
2 = can also be read as ず (zu)
3 = can also be read as さ (sa
N = first letter of Azu-nyan's family name,"Nakano"
Wow, that's a catch worthy of the old Animaniacs Cultural Reference Guide
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Old 2010-09-03, 09:22   Link #92
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Oddly I found the funniest part to be Jun's imagination of how the girls would react to finding the cake box in a guitar case.
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Old 2010-09-03, 13:00   Link #93
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Only five minutes into the episode.

How can they take their uni/college entrance exams so light-heartedly. I crammed, I mean I CRAMMED to pass my entrance exam. You should understand that this is important stuff by the age of seventeen /end lecture.

Azusa was so deliciously cute in this episode that it made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. :-)

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Old 2010-09-03, 13:24   Link #94
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I'm already 20, and I still take exams lightly. Actually I took them 10 times more seriouse in the past than now.

I would say that with age you become more lazy... you were working hard for so many years that later you have no wish to do anything... even if it is important... saying that as a good student, with good grades. I could get seriously high ones and be at the top if I had given it more effort now, but because I'm too lazy, I'm just a bit higher than average. I have high grades only in subjects I like.
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Only five minutes into the episode.

How can they take their uni/college entrance exams so light-heartedly. I crammed, I mean I CRAMMED to pass my entrance exam. You should understand that this is important stuff by the age of seventeen /end lecture.

Azusa was so deliciously cute in this episode that it made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. :-)
First of all, Yui, at least, crammed quite a bit if that wasn't obvious enough. Secondly, the anime decided to skip all the chapters in the manga which are about them preparing forc the exam. Finally, not everyone needs to study themselves into a nervous wreck to prepare for an exam.
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To all of the above posters, true, true. It was, after all, already winter in this episode. I bet Yui had studied during the "manga period" they didn't want to animate.

But still. They have this pen that will reveal the correct answer 60% of the time. Seriously. It's your future on the line, so study hard ! At least that's what they told us in high school.
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It is told everywhere and everyone realise the importance, but not everyone have ability to concentrate or are too lazy to do so. Some people simply don't have talent for studying or some seperate subjects.

It is good that you realize the importance and can actually act on it, but for the majority (me included) it is not that easy. It is hard to force yourself to do something especially if whole this time you were lazzing around.

I came to the UK 3 years ago and over this time I became SO lazy, that it frightens even myself. The education here is poor, I could lazy around and still pass all the subjects better than majority. I never was like that, I used to study hard in the past. But now even when I know that my future depends on it, it still is hard to fight that laziness. Sadly all negetive things have bigger influence than positive once.

Knowing and actually doing something are different things.

P.S. Though now I will have to put myself together since Universities are said to be hard here. No offence to anyone but English schools don't prepare students for Unis at all. What you call hard work here, I call a joke. You have no homework and have to write only two exams in one subject during the year. Thta's just a joke in comparison to education in my country and all those that were once in Soviet Union.
You are spoiled from young age by being lazy and then suddenly have to start studying hard, that's just wrong.
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To all of the above posters, true, true. It was, after all, already winter in this episode. I bet Yui had studied during the "manga period" they didn't want to animate.

But still. They have this pen that will reveal the correct answer 60% of the time. Seriously. It's your future on the line, so study hard ! At least that's what they told us in high school.
And that is why I rated this episode so poorly. The manga covers the girls studying for exams and taking them seriously. The anime . . . cuts all this out, reducing it to the girls effectively pressing the "EASY" button and winning.
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I'm already 20, and I still take exams lightly. Actually I took them 10 times more seriouse in the past than now.

I would say that with age you become more lazy... you were working hard for so many years that later you have no wish to do anything... even if it is important... saying that as a good student, with good grades. I could get seriously high ones and be at the top if I had given it more effort now, but because I'm too lazy, I'm just a bit higher than average. I have high grades only in subjects I like.
I totally agree with you!! I m currently in my 18 and my mock exam is coming in one week time.....yet I didnt study any of the subjects.....I m so jealous yet admire of Yui and Ritsu!!! How can they pass their exam even if they are so carefree?? -_-"
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Old 2010-09-03, 22:17   Link #100
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This episode gets a 10 from me for showing Azusa's Tsundere side, if nothing else . I really just enjoyed this episode and was a bit emotional when Azusa finally realized that .
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