Aaron Hernandez, who used to play for the New England Patriots, but is now serving a life sentence for murder. He was convicted of killing one man, but is believed to have killed two others in a double homicide. He also has been connected to several other shootings. He also is affiliated with the Bloods, and has a few tattoos directly related to the Gang.
Aaron has been in trouble several times for fighting and smoking in prison. He is awaiting trial on the double murder charges.
Like, yes, give me all of the girls having fun and teasing each other and laughing and being adorable! I WILL EAT IT UP LIKE DELICIOUS CANDY.
But it’s more than that. They’ve been through so much shit over the course of this arc, they’ve been separated from each other, they’ve been taken hostage, they’ve faced enemies they don’t know how to fight, and they’ve watched Usagi struggle and struggle to deal with all of this.
The thing is, the other girls know Usagi, they know how hard this is for her, they know how difficult it is for her to be strong on her own. And they’ve just watched her go through so much shit, they’ve watched her overdo it, she literally collapsed from using too much power. She was so out of it that they thought bringing her back to the 21st Century and bringing her back to her home, back to her normal life, was the only thing they could do for her.
And that’s what they’re doing here–they’re trying to be happy for Usagi’s sake, because they want to support her and help her, they know that Usagi desperately wants (or wanted) just a normal, regular life. So they cheer themselves up and try to cheer her up and everyone makes the effort because they love each other and they want to comfort each other.
And that’s why I really love this scene. The girls being cute together is always welcome! But the girls being cute together because they’re working hard to support each other because they love each other? FEELINGS EVERYWHERE.