A heart-wrenching episode. Yeah, sorry, I won't make any more terrible jokes.
Today’s episode featured Nana, Haru, and Kanakichi, and we’re off to the land of chocolate making to celebrate Valentine’s day. It’s kind of a cool episode. This old dude makes some crazy chocolates, though I doubt the practicality of them. Like, do you really want a chocolate wrench or a chocolate pair of scissors?
This was a cool concept. They have white chocolate fossils buried in a plot of chocolate.
The old dude was not only old but he was also using an iPad to manage his business! What a baller. I’ve met too many old people that still type like a chicken pecking at the keys. Anyway, this old dude takes them to a chocolate factory and shows them the manufacturing process. It’s actually pretty interesting. I don’t really watch American TV, so even though I know this kind of stuff is covered in Marc Summers’ Unwrapped, I’ve never watched it. Yes, I just name dropped Marc Summers. Someone double dared me to do it.
Old dude also knows how to ask great questions.
Of course, we can’t have a morning lesson without them attempting to do the job themselves, and
What the hell is that in the middle?!? Oh, it's just scissors... sure...
Nana proceeds to accidentally break hers, but it’s okay because the old dude explains that even experts do it. Sure old man, sure… you just wanted to make her feel better. But nothing makes a girl feel better like chocolate.
Chocolate with their face on it, even.
That ends the clip, so they go back to the studio and present the anchors with chocolates of their likeness. My favorite
anchor proceeds to go nuts on it and says something like “My face tastes so good!” Hah. She would say something like that.
The eyes of a killer.
I thought the keyboard player on the show looked kinda funny and fake but after seeing her for so long she actually looks kinda cute now.
'sup giiiiiirl. You know the bunny is a sign of fertility...