フラジャイル Fragile 02 Synopsis : Miyazaki’s first day at Pathology proves a harder feat than she thought, as it’s vastly different than what she was accustomed to her previous department.
If there was ever a guide how to draw viewers in from the premiere and get them all excited about the next episode, Kaito Yamaneko wins that category hands down! Don’t let those cat-postures fool you, this is a formidable brigade that can bring down corrupted organizations, expose their evil
Keichiiro Kishi (Tomoya Nagase) is a brilliant pathologist that never makes a wrong diagnosis, won’t sugar-coat his words if he stumbles upon something he dislikes, and always looks dapper. His small-team consists of Hisashi Morii, (Shuhei Nomura) a pathologist technician and Chihiro Miyazaki (Emi Takei) who quit the neurologist
Michio (Kyoko Fukada) loses her job after her previous employer went bankrupt- in order to keep supporting her younger boyfriend and with all of her savings almost gone, she’s forced to accept a part time job at a teamroom which is run by a former boss of hers, Ayumu, (Dean
There are many dramas to look forward to (is there any time when there aren’t though? ;p ) in January but in particular, these are three that picked my interest the most, and they’re likely gonna be the ones I will recap weekly :
Golden Rec – Okashi No Ie / Candy House Review [Accidently Kelly Street Where Friends And Strangers Sometimes Meet]
(accidently Kelly Street I never thought life could be so sweet.) Okashi no Ie, revolves around the daily lives of people hanging around the Sakuraya candy store; the owner, Taro, (Joe Odagiri) who has taken over the shop from his grandparents, spends most of his time in the store’s backyard
(I see it in your eyes, you’ll be alright.)
(and all of these ways, a little bit stronger than the past.)
(you’re all the things I’ve got to remember.) I’m still on high wings after seeing Okitegami’s finale and since I said that I was fired up to write a specific post about Kyoko/Yakusuke, it’s better to do it while my eyes are still open.