Several episodes remain, and Sword Art Online seems prepared to happily plow through to a finale in the same fashion in which it began – sloshing with stupidity, inconsistent in every way, and easily ridiculed.
It looks that indeed, if one were to be so audacious and bold to say that a series as awful as Sword Art Online actually had some sort of plan in place, rather than simply having been nonsense continually made-up on the spot, that stratagem evidently would involve resetting everything and starting over whilst standing beyond half-way through the series. Sword Art Online has decided to cross a street, and then stop in the middle of the way – incidentally explaining why this series is roadkill in terms of quality and value.
Having entered the fairy dating universe, unoriginal protagonist and friends are now tarrying along frivolously – dawdling away in the virtual world as if it were a heaven, however considering they all have no social value to the real world, it’s unsurprising it would be quite a respite for these fools.
As the protagonist’s virtual harem is alive once more – the fellow is smiling, and it seems happy days now that he’s popular in an RPG game.
It seems so long as one is a either a protagonist, or a mentally distorted imbecile, assuming there’s a difference between the two in this series, then one too can live a fabulous pixel life – the whole moral and meaning of Sword Art Online.