If you couldn’t handle the last few episodes, then I would advise you not to watch episode 32. It is the saddest episode yet. Basically, if you don’t want to see 4th, 8th, Ruo Xi, and Ming Hui suffer then don’t watch this episode.
Despite Lu Wu’s fate, this episode isn’t unbearably angsty. The cinematography is especially even more beautiful in this episode, and there are tons of cute 4th/Ruo Xi moments. This is another massive episode with lots of great dialogue.
This is one massive episode. Definitely a must watch. So much happened in this episode that it’s hard to stomach it all. I will warn you that from here on out, BBJX doesn’t get any happier. In fact, it gets sadder and sadder until you wonder if this is a tragedy. If you can’t stand tragedies, I’d advise you to just watch this episode and then stop. This episode is excellent and amazingly intense, but the rest really takes a plunge into the deep end.
I might as well just change the name of this blog to “Obsessive Bu Bu Jing Xin Blog”. I’m so obsessed that I’m watching all the BTS clips of BBJX. Omg they’re hilarious. It’s odd hearing the actors’/actresses’ real voices because I’m so used to the dubbed ones. I just had to share these clips with you:
*UPDATE 11/7/13: Video clip links are broken, sorry!>_<
Note: The first few screencaps aren’t all in chronological order because I mixed a few of the scenes up.
I decided to clump episodes 22-24 together simply because I skipped a lot of stuff in the recaps. A lot happened, but there were also a lot of scenes that I didn’t bother to recap. These few episodes feel slower than the past/future episodes. But don’t worry, the pace picks up when you hit episode 25. The angst picks up too.
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