But I felt sorry for Momo and Bakugou for going to the wrong agencies because they really wanted to learn something useful for their hero careers and they ended up wasting their time.
I felt extra bad for Momo, the poor girl started losing confidence after the sport festival and she desperately tried to convince herself that she could learn something of value during her field training.
Kendou quickly realized that the workplace experience is not going to be that useful but Momo…she was trying so hard. On the top of that, she was told that she was chosen mostly because of her looks.
Och. Poor Momo must have been terribly disappointed the entire week.
Then we have Bakugou, although the whole thing with Best Jeanist was hilarious, I can’t help but feel a little sorry for him too. Now, Jeanist has a point, Bakugou’s attitude sucks but trying to make Bakugou change by force did not do the angry boy any favors. Actually, he’s behavior after the internship gets worst.
It’s not Izuku’s fault of course but I get why Bakugou became so angry and frustrated after seeing how much Izuku learned during his time with Gran Torino.
It’s a shame that the first workplace experience was so bad for Bakugou and Momo, luckily they have good mentors at U.A that help them improve but yeah, I just felt bad for them because they missed a good opportunity to grow more as heroes there.