This article contains spoilers about the narrative development of the second season of Gotoubun no Hanayome (The quintessence of the quintuplets). Discretion is recommended to the reader.

A popular comment forum in Japan opened a thread discussion about the narrative development of the second season of Gotoubun no Hanayome ((The quintessence of the quintuplets). The thread is entitled: «Gotoubun no Hanayome (Season 2) director: "The original footage is amazing!" -> Proceed to make important cuts in the story».

In this context, the forum also listed the events that were left out in this second season and that are considered important advances in the development of the characters:

  • «First date with Yotsuba, where Fuutarou goes out with her to do things her sisters enjoy. When Fuutarou realizes this, he asks her to do something she would like to do that she cannot react to. After some events, they end the night in Yotsuba's favorite park, where there is an important advance that would later serve as the basis for their future victory in the manga.».
  • ""In the scene where Miku and Fuutarou take care of Ichika's manager's daughter, Miku explains their love to Fuutarou, but he doesn't take her seriously because they played "house" with the girl.».
  • «In the same evolution as above, Fuutarou asks Miku to marry him (as part of the game), which surprises everyone».
  • «Before Miku's confession (which was not taken seriously) there is an important monologue in which she describes the good things about Fuutarou».

What will the production plan be for this second season? We must not forget that a rumor from many months ago (as this second season premiered in 2020 but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic) had set an original course on course. Go straight to the "Arch of the Seven Farewells," which is a significant development from Nino Nakanoand two very important moments left out Yotsuba Nakano and Miku NakanoWhat is production trying to do again?

No hanayome over Gotoubun

It is a manga series, written and illustrated by Negi Harubawhich was published in the magazine Weekly Shonen Magazine from the publisher Kodansha between August 2017 and February 2020 with a total of fourteen compiled volumes.

The piece inspired a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by the studios. Tezuka Productions, Headed by Satoshi Kuwabara and published in January 2019. A second season is produced by Bibury animation studios and is currently on the air.

Source: Yaraon!

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