Ah, this show gets me in the feels when they do it right, and the ending is no exception. Our final round draws on a meaningful perspective, which isn’t often explored, in that children can suffer the most pain from their parents. As parents, people think it goes without saying that a parent’s love is unconditional and self-sacrificing. But this show explores how parents are imperfect, parents who love their children without a doubt, but unfortunately show their love in their own way, not realizing that those ways can cause long lasting, damaging effects. But on the bright side, this story argues that even if you fuck up, and even if it’s your fault, you can still have a second chance as long as you admit it and learn from it. If this show teaches me anything, it is that we are never too old to learn and never too grownup to grow.