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The Yonder Here
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Kanata's brief return as a spirit.
Episode 22
Air Date September 2, 2007
Previous Episode Pandora's Box
Next Episode Delicate Line
Lucky Star Episode

The Yonder Here is the twenty-second episode of the Lucky Star anime.

PlotEdit

Main StoryEdit

Konata's late mother, Kanata, appears as a spirit. As she looks over her family in the room, both Konata and Sōjirō discuss what her life was like, while she was still alive. Although Sōjirō rushed Kanata into love and marriage, Sōjirō was confident that he loved Kanata the most and that she loved him back. A long flashback scene then takes place, where Kanata thinks back on all the happy times she shared with Sōjirō, and concludes that she did love him deeply as well (although she is disturbed about him exposing Konata to eroge). As Konata and Sōjirō prepare to take a picture, Kanata joins in with them, but appears as a shadow in the actual picture. Konata and Sōjirō review the picture and are highly shocked and disturbed at the shadow, and fear that they are cursed.

Lucky ChannelEdit

The camera rolls in front of an empty, still destroyed studio. The producer is rambling on about how he fired all three members of the Lucky Channel staff, and how he originally did not want the job, but took it anyway, as a source of power and popularity. In the meantime, the director is trying to tell the producer that the camera is rolling as he is saying this, and at the end of the producer's rant, he finally figures out what the director was trying to tell him.

ImagesEdit

TriviaEdit

  • The flashback background music is Kanata's song "I Wish Happiness From the Yonder".
  • The Japanese word for "yonder" is "kanata" (彼方).

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