Ladies and gentlemen, this is the final episode of this Haruhi Suzumiya spin-off!
And while it’s still summer vacation, let’s hope that it won’t end up like in Endless Eight!
“Kyon-kun, phone call!”
Oh fuck, I have a bad feeling about this… Please don’t screw this up Satelight, you don’t want to received some backlash from fans will you?
In any case, it’s the final stretch of the summer vacation. While the Literature Club are spending their last days doing various things, I’m worried about the relationship between Kyon and Yuki-chan not moving forward.
So, it’s time for Kyon to take action by reciprocating Yuki’s confession. By the way, his answer is meant for the stoic Nagato-san and not the clumsy one!
On the other hand, seems that Haruhi Suzumiya accepted her loss for some reason. I guess that Kyon didn’t remember that day when he helped Haruhi on contacting aliens!
With that said, Kyon finally answered Nagato’s confession by accepting her love. Unfortunately, Yuki-chan won’t hear his confession due to fireworks.
Sorry Yuki-chan, but you’re not ready to become Kyon’s girlfriend yet! Maybe next time (if Kadokawa would make a proper 3rd Season to the main series), you’ll get your chance!
For now, let’s celebrate the end of summer by being amazed at the colorful fireworks. You can see that both Mikuru-chan and Tsuruya-san are happy to see it!
Let’s not forget about Asakura-san and Koizumi-kun. Of course, Haruhi is still down after Kyon chose Yuki Nagato over her.
C’mon Haruhi-chan, cheer up! You’ll get your turn in the future… if Kadokawa remembers your series!
But anyways, it’s the end to this spin-off. I have to say that the ending wasn’t too shabby as Kyon already answered Yuki Nagato’s confession. Also, I’m glad that Satelight reused some original soundtrack from the 2006 anime series apart from bringing Haruhi Suzumiya back.
However, it seems that The Disappearance of Yuki Nagato-chan has some more stories to tell. But until then, you’ll have to settle with this conclusion instead!
In any case, it’s time to bid farewell to Haruhi Suzumiya, Yuki Nagato, and the rest of the
SOS Brigade Literature Club! See ya…