my dream for season 2 of yoi opening
The screen fades in, and a low lit room is shown. The camera pans left to a bed in a very minimalistic apartment. There’s only one body on the bed, who is it?
“The sleeping beauty, Katsuki Yuri” a voice over says.
Yuri shifts in his slumber, revealing the other half of the king side bed is messy but no one is there. You can hear nails clipping the floor coming down the hall, suddenly Makkachin appears and jumps up on the bed and attacks Yuri with his tongue for puppy kisses. Yuri is awoken, a smile across his face grows while trying to calm down the very excited Makkachin. Yuri grabs his glasses off his nightstand, and pushes his longer hair back into a messy almost-eros style. He slips his feet into his slippers, gets up and opens the blinds. Sunlight immediately fills the room, catching on Yuri’s ring on his hand. The room now filled with light shows medals and trophies from another skater, along with Yuri’s medals carefully arranged beside them.
Yuri smells something cooking in the kitchen. Makkachin patiently waits for Yuri by the door, his tail thumping on the hardwood. Camera follows Yuri, who starts off towards the kitchen. Suddenly the camera pans to the pictures in the hall. There are pictures of Makkachin, Barcelona GPF, and even Hasetsu. At the end of the row of pictures there’s a photo, it’s in Barcelona. There’s another person in the photo with Yuri, they’re exchanging rings.
Yuri blushes as he passes the last picture, gently tracing the frame with his hand, the ring from the photo still on his finger.
Makkachin rushes past Yuri as Yuri turns the corner into the open concept apartment. There, a figure is standing over the stove. Sizzling noises are heard, and Makkachin rushes over, begging for whatever the figure is cooking. The camera shows the figure turn around. Grey hair is in the figures eyes, he’s softly humming a familiar song he skated to with another person at the GPF. The figure turns. He sees Yuri, who is still groggy from waking up.
“Good morning, Yuri” Viktor Nikiforov says, five time world champion and coach of the self proclaimed “dime-a-dozen” skater Yuri Katsuki from Japan.
“Good morning, Vitya” Yuri replies, and comes over and puts his arms around Viktor’s waist, hugging him from behind. Viktor leans in to Yuri, who is watching his fiancé cook them both breakfast.
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