❝ Then show me those eyes. Not the eyes of those villagers, who looked as if they’d seen a pile of vomit. Not the old man’s greedy inflamed eyes. That day, those eyes. Those eyes that longed only for me. ❞
However many sweet candies ‘he’ gives me, I must not be addicted to 'him’. Since 'he’ is not a human, but a beast.
“Time, stop! You are so beautiful!” [*I guess Yana quoted from Goethe’s 'Faust’: “Ah, linger on, thou art so fair!” / “Verweile doch! Du bist so schön!”]
I noticed today’s Friday the 13th. I feel like it was destined that the 7th episode is going to be aired today. Among all the episodes of season 2, I think this episode is the most “devilish” story. It does definitely show the ’black’ part of ’Black Butler’, instead of the 'butler’ part. As butlers both Sebastian and Claude act very kind to their master, but in truth they are just 'devils’ who want to eat their dinner. Egoistic and hopelessly cruel, that’s what 'devils’ are like. So are human beings, but I think devils have less hestiation to act so. In this regard, Sebastian and Claude are the same, even though they might have different principles and aesthitics. Alois and Ciel are the same as well. Both of them are egoistic, no-good human beings who gained irregularly huge powers and use them for their own sake. Neither of them are “poor” nor “good”. That being said, I think today’s episode shows the contrast between their feelings for the devil very clearly: Addiction on the one hand and rejection on the other hand.
However many sweet candies 'he’ gives me, I won’t believe in 'him’. Since 'he’ is not a human, but a beast.
“Time, forward! You are so disgusting.”
I tried to contrast him with Alois. These two are exact oppposite of each other in all aspects. One does know how nonsensical it is to accuse demons of betraying and lying, the other one does not know. One contractor tries to fill in the emptiness in his heart with the help of a demon, whereas the other one rejects the demon in order not to let it take advantage of his emptiness.