Bringing your weekly dose of cake pr0n, as coined by issa-sa. However, I can’t say much on the ratio of the focus of each episode: cake or shounen-ai. Either way, it doesn’t disappoint me.
I actually have no idea what that is. A chocolate covered apple?
Anyhow, the main event of this week is more development into Chikage and Yusuke’s relationship. Chikage is extremely pure and innocent and maybe borderline idiot. And don’t forget, extremely tall, as it seems to be a running gag of Antique’s for Chikage to slam his forehead into door frames.
After coming close to kissing Yusuke, Chikage apologizes for his actions. Also just terribly oblivious, Chikage doesn’t understand that Yusuke wants buttsecks. Unfortunately, this is bad, cause Yusuke’s also a two-timer.
After being confronted by his lover in front of Chikage, Yusuke denies having anything to do with Chikage, causing him to run off to Tachibana’s apartment in tears. Tachibana slaps Yusuke, actually showing concern for Chikage, which is unusual. Anyhow, the drama ends with Yusuke apologizing to Chikage.
Not something you usually see either, but then again, they’ve already danced with each other in the rain.
So Tachibana actually cares for Chikage, as he offers Chikage work at the Bakery. Which ends up like this:
Supposedly making eye-candy for the women, which I don’t understand. Maybe if Tachibana got rid of that ridiculous scruffy facial hair, he’d look way younger. Shounen-ai just doesn’t work for me if the characters look like they’re older than 30.
- I’m glad that although this is slice of life, there’s a central plot line following the kidnapping of Tachibana. Still plagued at night by nightmares of eating cake. Haha, it’s like an attack of the EVIL MUFFINS.
- I want more cake shots.