So I watched this a few days ago and I wasn't as impressed with this season than I was with the other two. Basically the main reasons why is the fact, I didn't really think Retzuko is best suited to join a idol group just because her "rage" moments are mostly metal, like I personally think if she joined a rock band, it would've been 100% better. I also didn't particularly like the side character's such as the three members of the idol group and the Labrador who Haida has a date with. So let's start with the idol group. It consists of a rabbit (?) who is a pretty chill sort but is constantly looking at her phone non stop and two guinea pigs who are just rather clueless. With the Labrador, she appears friendly but doesn't seem to have that much of a personality at the same time. In my opinion at the end of the day, they are pretty much the dullest characters on the show like I feel they weren't really that needed on the show if they were that necessary. Don't get me wrong, I watched the whole 10 episodes and enjoyed a wee bit of it but it's just not my cup of the tea this season. Although I will admit, the ending out of all the episodes is the best so totally check it out if you wanna see the big reveal on the last episode!
After two seasons of good content from Aggretsuko, I wasn't sure how it could get better but it did. The plot is a little hard to predict, and that's a good thing. Retsuko goes through yet another series of crazy events, this time, with the possibility of her singing getting the spotlight. The season is less about Retsuko's office life compared to season 1, still less about Retsuko's love life compared to season 2, and instead we see more of Retsuko trying to be self-independent, self-assured, self-confident, and it's all so relatable. I think what made me most impressed about it is that it breaks down about the difficulties of figuring out your dream in the first place. Sometimes, it's hard and a little depressing when you don't know what to do. And so you feel like just having a dream - any dream, even someone else's - and the earnest pursuit of it is all that you need to make your quality of life better. But that's not how dreams work, you have to enjoy the process of figuring it out, and so it's good to see Retsuko understand that a little bit more. Lastly, and more importantly, I didn't expect such quality development with Haida :) Overall, I think this is a very satisfying third season to the series, and I hope to look forward to a fourth season with highlights between Haida and Retsuko? Haha, we'll see.
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