During MORIAGATTEYO, Jackson was really hyped for Mark’s rap, and even before he started was jumping around
During Mark’s rap, Jackson jumped on Mark’s back and put his arms around his shoulders
During LAUGHx3, the boys dispersed themselves into different areas of
the stage. Jackson ran over to the right side and Mark followed.
They kept on crouching together and singing with Youngjae on the side,
and during the chorus they all jumped to dance the choreography
Jackson was going back to the centre when Mark jumped on his back and he was all giggly and cute
During the second chorus, they all ran back to the back centre stage and
Jackson and Mark both literally chased to get to the far right
After ANGEL, Jackson didn’t seem well? He went off stage and didn’t come back for a few minutes. Jackson came back, and Mark looked at him all smiley and told him to wink. He looked at Jackson and said “wink, wink. Wink.”
Cart came around again, and Mark and Jackson pretend[ed] to open the gate and let Jinyoung in first. They jumped on after.
While on the cart, they were all giggly and Mark spotted a Wang sign I think? He pointed at it and told Jackson to look
Mark, Jackson and JB had to teach / tell their charm was.
Jackson said his bright personality and sexiness. Showed his arms. Mark said it was his deep voice. Jackson told him to freestyle rap to show
his voice, Mark rapped for a second and then said “sorryyyy”.
Jackson started laughing like crazy. Was the only one laughing between members
Mark then did his line in PARADISE, Jackson was squealing and crying
out loud while Mark did. Mark fell on his face with embarrassment
Jackson seemed really emotional towards the end again, and Mark was at his side for a bit. Mark seemed to ask if he was okay
Tendou Satori is one of the
more colourful characters in the line-up of mostly crazy athletic
teenagers that is Haikyuu. As with most of the antagonists, he gets introduced to us
as kind of a douche. This may be an understatement. I absolutely despised him in the first few
chapters he was in. The anime goes so far as to use Full Horror Movie tropes on many of his appearances. But that’s before Furudate unlocks his tragic back story
and suddenly we’re looking at him in a new light, bla bla, let’s roll
To get the obvious one
out of the way first: dude is a full on circus performance. He’s
loud, he’s twitchy, he’s exuberant and he has zero shame about
any of it. This is a character that thrives on the cheers of the
crowd, and while I want to say he loves the attention, what he really
seems to enjoy is reaction. Any and all reaction. Whether it’s people
shouting his name, getting a rise out of Suga or Tsukki, even unearthing an overdose of confidence in Goshiki. What he wants is for people to react to him, be that good or bad.
He makes this happen by overdoing it a little. Ok, a lot. Tendou is a very expressive person, but all those big gestures can seem
like ‘too much’ at times. All those guys in the screenshot up there are reacting to the exact same thing, but only one of them is about to pull his hair out in horror. I’m personally convinced that a large part of this energy, of
what makes Tendou, is an act. And we don’t really know what’s underneath
the special effects. I do, however, believe that he knows what he’s doing and that he enjoys it.
Tendou is a character that plays everyone around him and he friggin loves doing so. He’s far from the only manipulator on the show. Think, for instance, of
people like Kuroo or Daishou, who try to get a psychological edge on opponents. But Tendou is by far the most obvious,
the most gleefully unsubtle out of all of them. He LOVES this stuff and it is one of his main strengths.
A year-long getaway to a Greek island; a week by the sea at an arts colony: Fantasies of escape are the common premise of two new comic novels, both smart and sprightly in style, and both informed by the sad wisdom, echoing Milton’s lines in Paradise Lost, that we carry “troubl’d thoughts” and “hell within [us],” wherever we go.