ritsu's mother

It was just a fairytale. One of those bedtime stories parents tell their kids to make them wary of the surface. Merfolk didn’t fall in love with humans, they didn’t fall for the sweet words of seawitches and they didn’t fall out of the ocean with legs only to fall back as seafoam. It was just a fairytale. It was supposed to be a fairytale.

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A batch of MiB AU headcanons! Hot off the keyboard~

1: Ritsu likes to feed Shou random crud he has on hand. A stray pencil that is not one of his favorites? Here Shou. Paper? Shou loves the pulpy stuff. Rocks and sticks he gathered off the ground to see if Shou would eat them? Sure Shou loves rocks!

Ritsu has a secret plan to figure out how to keep Starchildren and their bottomless stomachs away from his snacks. He wasn’t kidding when he told Reigen to “just feed Shou rocks”. (Sidenote, Shou does not really get full up on whatever Ritsu gives him, but the constant snacking keeps him from taking the whole bag of chips down to only half.)

2: Ritsu is still mildly paranoid about agents and such finding him or his brother. The list has since been expanded to include Shou as well.

3: Shou likes the taste of materials that have been in fire. Like charcoal, or burnt wood, or lava rocks.

4: Seri likes blankets. It’s the pressure of something around his shoulders that he especially likes. It always feels like a hug to him.

5: Browdad (thank you for the nickname qcatter!) has fed Shou lots of different things. The acid mentioned in the story? Partly his father’s idea. Which leads to…

6: Shou will eat whatever you offer to him. And I mean WHATEVER you offer to him. Battery acid? Done it, tasted tingly. Lead? A bit dense but pretty good. Nightshade? Okay to be fair that one was ‘cause someone told Shou (jokingly) that it was okay.

7: And finally, Serizawa is more of a mother hen than Reigen. XD

A Breach of Trust: Chapter 2
(Chapter Index: Chapter 1 || Chapter 2 || Chapter 3 || Chapter 4 || Chapter 5 || Chapter 6 || Chapter 7 || Chapter 8 || Chapter 9 || Chapter 10 || Chapter 11 || Chapter 12 || Chapter 13 || Chapter 14)



Ritsu curled his fingers around the stair railing. He crouched, pressed against the slatted bars, and watched the scene below. A police officer leaned against the open front door. Her partner stood eye to eye with Mr. Kageyama, speaking between a walkie-talkie and Ritsu’s dad. The foyer lights were low, the street outside inky and dark. Ritsu’s mother was somewhere in the next room.

A cold wind tore through the door. Ritsu shivered, sockless in his flannel pajamas. His bedtime had passed two hours ago.

The police woman at the door glanced up and caught Ritsu’s eye. Ritsu looked away too late, and she took it as an unspoken invitation to climb the stairs and sit beside him. Her hair had been pulled into a loose ponytail, messy from hours of inattention. Her skin shined in the light, her eyes drawn and tired but still kind. She turned to Ritsu as she sat, smiling.

“Hey kiddo, are there any questions you want to ask me about what’s going on?”

Ritsu crossed his arms, fingers digging into his skin through the pajamas. Another draft from the open door, and Ritsu fought against the ripple of goosebumps along his bare skin. “Why are you here talking and not out there finding my brother?”

She extended a hand, fingers curled in maternal pressure over Ritsu’s shoulder. “Some of my colleagues are out there right now searching. I’m here now keeping base with your parents. If you want to talk to my friends over the walkie-talkie you can—they’re out there looking hard right now.”

Ritsu sneered. He didn’t like the weight on his shoulder; he didn’t like the officer’s tone, gentle and lilted and careful, as if the wrong word might set Ritsu off. He hated the building pressure behind his eyes at the thought. “I don’t want to talk to them.”

“Do you want to talk to me?”

“Yes. Go search around the park for my brother. Niisan goes to the park after school. He’s gotta be there.”

“We’ve searched the park already. And we’ve still got some people out there looking around, but it’s very dark. That park isn’t very big, Ritsu.” She lowered herself by one stair, angled so she could speak to Ritsu face to face. The extra dip put her at his eye-level. “We’re thinking maybe your brother went home with someone he wasn’t supposed to. Do you know anyone?”

“No.” Ritsu tilted away. “No one could ever just take Niisan.” He pushed against the step, wobbling to balance on cold feet. “He’s too strong. He’s so strong he could never get taken away!”

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Drama: I’m Sorry, I Love You (English title)
Romaji: Gomen, Aishiteru
Japanese: ごめん、愛してる
Director: Yasuharu Ishii, Naruhide Mizuta, Hisashi Ueda
Writer: Taeko Asano
Network: TBS
Episodes:
Release Date: July 9, 2017 –
Runtime: Sundays 21:00
Language: Japanese
Country: Japan
Plot
When Ritsu (Tomoya Nagase) was little, he was abandoned by his mother Reiko (Shinobu Otake). Ritsu belongs in the lower social strata. He happens to help Rinka (Riho Yoshioka).

One day, Ritsu gets involved in a case and gets severely injured in the head. He can die at anytime. He attempts to find his mother and be good to her before his death. Ritsu finally finds his mother, but learns that she is leading a happy life with her pianist son Satoru (Kentaro Sakaguchi). He thought his mother abandoned him due to poverty. Ritsu decides to take revenge on his mother. Ritsu then meets Rinka again, who is Satoru’s childhood friend.

Notes

Drama series is remake of 2004 South Korean drama series “Sorry, I Love You.”
Related titles:
Sorry, I Love You | Mianhada, Saranghanda (KBS2 / 2004)
I’m Sorry, I Love You | Gomen, Aishiteru (TBS / 2017)

Main Cast

Nagase Tomoya as Okazaki Ritsu
Yoshioka Riho as Mita Rinka
Sakaguchi Kentaro as Hyuga Satoru
Otake Shinobu as Hyuga Reiko
Ikewaki Chizuru as Kawai Wakana
Daichi as Kawai Sakana
Onishi Ayaka as Furusawa Touko
Yamaji Kazuhiro as Kurokawa Tatsuomi
Kusamura Reiko as Tachibana Satoko
Rokkaku Seiji as Kagami Shuhei
Nakamura Baijaku as Mita Tsuneo

Guests

Lee Soo Hyuk as Baek Ran
Goda Masashi as Shimada Kei (ep2)

Production Credits

Original writing: Lee Kyung Hee
Screenwriter: Asano Taeko
Producer: Shimizu Mayumi
Director: Ishii Yasuharu, Mizuta Naruhide, Ueda Hisashi
Music: Yoshimata Ryo

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Release Date : July 9, 2017 on TBS

When Ritsu (Tomoya Nagase) was little, he was abandoned by his mother Reiko (Shinobu Otake). Ritsu belongs in the lower social strata. He happens to help Rinka (Riho Yoshioka). One day, Ritsu gets involved in a case and gets severely injured in the head. He can die at anytime. He attempts to find his mother and be good to her before his death. Ritsu finally finds his mother, but learns that she is leading a happy life with her pianist son Satoru (Kentaro Sakaguchi). He thought his mother abandoned him due to poverty. Ritsu decides to take revenge on his mother. Ritsu then meets Rinka again, who is Satoru’s childhood friend.
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