Jintai’s eighth arrival surprisingly clarifies the eloquent mess which was the seventh – explaining how our heroine came to be with her assistant, whilst even including some ever-necessary oppai fondling as well.
Again, the tale of coming, slipping, and falling, is retold once more – however, now it’s paired with a more hands-on overview of an explanation, our heroine’s recount of the matter as she’s come to perceive it post-incident. As one should know, she’s been entrapped within the scheme of the fairies – although it turns out there is, in fact, much more to it, and the fairies are hardly the main focus whatsoever.
Note how that while the situation has been recurring over into a near-infinity, it still has seemingly been quite variable despite the repeating elements – or in other words, no matter how similar it may have been, the scenario has not played out identically even once. This is a crucial aspect as one will come to learn – and not merely for the reason that it makes watching the same incident numerous times over still miraculously somehow entertaining, yet there’s a plot relevant purpose as well.
It’s not that time is starting over again from the point of where our heroine is assigned the task of searching for the assistant – rather, the components within this world seem to be resetting.
Time is not traveling backward in the sense that all which was is undone – instead, it’s a paradox taking place. And of course, that’s admittedly something complex in itself – yet the point in knowing what kind of manipulation is occurring here is that one will come to understand what our heroine has managed to figure as well, certain individuals seem to be aware of the cycle they’ve become entangled within.
Now also recognize that this is substantial for a reason beyond amusing narration courtesy of the heroine – if certain characters are cognizant of their standing, they gain the opportunity to acquire more knowledge in this spinning sequence of life. Now those with a greater goal can utilize the information they procure for whatever that greater goal may be – our heroine for instance was spending it in hopes of finding the assistant, and each time around, she’s more acquainted with what to look for.
And indeed, she does actually find him – although before that, keep this in mind, an honestly fascinating facet of this episode is how it introduces the subject of persona. Our heroine has come to learn that the assistant, due to various hardships in growing up, amongst other circumstances unmentioned, apparently hasn’t much of a personality – he’s an intelligent fellow, yet bleak, which as result, makes him seemingly unmemorable to any who encounter him.
Around this point, if not earlier, one should come to figure that we’re actually witnessing how our heroine came to meet her assistant – as indeed, her grandfather’s assistant becomes her own.
That in mind, her first run-in with the kid proves rather shocking – the assistant is as ecstatic as electricity, literally jumping all over the place, yelling freely, and even taking the risk of groping our heroine, multiple times at that, all of which he enviably managed to get away with.
After this short meeting however, the usual takes place – and the quest to find the assistant begins anew once again. At this point, recall a certain scene of the previous episode in which our heroine questions a full party of her clones if they have seen the assistant, to which they ask her what sort of person would she like him to be – that moment plays out for us once again, and the beauty of it becomes clear only shortly thereafter once our heroine finally comes to meet the true assistant who we know.
The scene first witnessed very far back at the beginning of last episode, where the assistant was petting one of those peculiar hounds, is at last returned to – this is real-time, and our heroine here meets the assistant who will from there on accompany her in her travels. This dual 1280 spin of events was one in which the assistant was seeking out a personality – and as the timeline revolved ever so differently each time, he would selectively discern what traits he would prefer to make his own.
In the end, he seemingly made himself someone who the heroine will love. It sounds simple, although there’s certainly plenty of emotions in play – the assistant appears to hold our heroine in high regard, and thus, he made himself someone who she’d enjoy having around in her escapades. It’s a truly lovely sphere of developments – and this ridiculously intricate arc of two installments has indeed succeeded in establishing the sincere relationship which exists between our heroine, and her assistant.