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25th Aug '15 10:04:16 PM sorako
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25th Aug '15 10:00:57 PM sorako
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* Episode 1: Yukino's [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech little lecture]] for Yui, doubling as an EstablishingCharacterMoment for the former.
--> '''Yui:''' "Maybe I'm just not cut out for cooking. I don't have the... What do they call it... Talent?"
--> '''Yukino:''' "The only solution is to try harder. Yuigahama-san, you just said you don't have talent, correct?"
--> '''Yui:''' "Uh, yeah..."
--> '''Yukino:''' "Try changing your perception. People who don't apply even minimal effort have no right to envy those with talent. Unsuccessful people are unsuccessful because they can't imagine the effort that successful people have invested."
--> '''Yui:''' "B-but lately, everyone says they don't do it. Stuff like this doesn't suit them."
--> '''Yukino:''' "Could you please stop trying to match everyone around you? It's terribly annoying. Aren't you embarrassed, looking to others to tell you why you're awkward, clumsy, or foolish?"
* Really, ''any'' of his speeches/internal monologues are awesome but Hachiman's speech in Episode 5 resonates with many at [[ImageBoards 4chan]] or MyAnimeList for example. It may hit close to home, but it sums up how a lot of single guys (or girls) feel regarding their chances.
-->'''Hachiman:''' "I hate nice girls. If they so much as say hello, it stays on my mind. If they return my texts, my heart races. The day one calls me, I know I'll look at my call history and grin. But I know that's just them being nice. People who are nice to me are also nice to everyone else. I almost end up forgetting that. If the truth is cruel, then lies must be kind. That's why kindness is a lie. I gave up on always expecting it, always mistaking it, and even hoping for it. Someone who's worked hard at being alone doesn't fall for the same trick twice. I'm a veteran at this. I'm the best there is when it comes to losing. That's why I'll always... hate nice girls."
** The series as a whole can hit introverted people close to home.
* Whenever Hachiman explains the real meaning behind certain interactions and conversations. Due to being very aware of his surroundings and reading between lines, he's capable of seeing things most young of their age would ignore. Examples are constantly used for comedy relief making it hard to understand, yet, Hachiman almost instantly figures everything out [[spoiler: such as Haruno's facade and Ebina's request.]]
-->'''Yukino:''' Speaking of which, what does Ebina think of Tobe?
-->'''Yui:''' She thinks he's a nice guy... I guess?
-->'''Hachiman:''' Game Over. When a girl calls someone a "nice person", [[DamnedByFaintPraise it means by a 100 percent she couldn't care less about them]].
* Hachiman gets a major one in Episode 8 of the second season, when he [[spoiler: realizes what exactly he truly wanted, breaks down (and for the first time on screen, ''cries'') and declares that he truly wants something genuine.]] For someone who actively defies CharacterDevelopment, this scene cements that despite everything, he really has been changing for the better.
** On a minor note, Hachiman actually followed [[spoiler:Shizuka's advice and spent the entire night reviewing everything that happened so far and all the options he currently has. By the time he finally finds the answer he was looking for, it's already morning.]]
* One for the entire service club during Season 2, Episode 10. Iroha and Hachiman attempt to point out that the meetings aren't actually getting anything done, but are shut down by Tamanawa. Then, Yukinoshita, the task-oriented one, calls out Kaihin Sogo and point out exactly what the meetings are, silencing Tamanawa and the Kaihin Sogo student council. Bonus points, however, go to Yuigahama, the people-oriented one, who salvages the situation by proposing a dual event done by both schools to avoid the need for actual collaboration. Finally, [[HesBack after a long time]], we're able to see what the Service Club does best. We see Hachiman's ability to formulate plans, Yukino's leadership and Yui's ability to read the mood. Ultimately, these combined strengths of all three members make the event a success.
* In a meta example, the series has grown to the point where it is widely considered one of the top Light Novels, and regularly achieves the number one spot in LN awards. Hachiman has won the number one male character position, and Yukino and Yui have made it into the top female character list. Not too shabby for a series many people brush off as a standard romcom harem show.
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* Episode 1: Yukino's [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech little lecture]] for Yui, doubling as an EstablishingCharacterMoment for the former.
--> '''Yui:''' "Maybe I'm just not cut out for cooking. I don't have the... What do they call it... Talent?"
--> '''Yukino:''' "The only solution is to try harder. Yuigahama-san, you just said you don't have talent, correct?"
--> '''Yui:''' "Uh, yeah..."
--> '''Yukino:''' "Try changing your perception. People who don't apply even minimal effort have no right to envy those with talent. Unsuccessful people are unsuccessful because they can't imagine the effort that successful people have invested."
--> '''Yui:''' "B-but lately, everyone says they don't do it. Stuff like this doesn't suit them."
--> '''Yukino:''' "Could you please stop trying to match everyone around you? It's terribly annoying. Aren't you embarrassed, looking to others to tell you why you're awkward, clumsy, or foolish?"
* Really, ''any'' of his speeches/internal monologues are awesome but Hachiman's speech in Episode 5 resonates with many at [[ImageBoards 4chan]] or MyAnimeList for example. It may hit close to home, but it sums up how a lot of single guys (or girls) feel regarding their chances.
-->'''Hachiman:''' "I hate nice girls. If they so much as say hello, it stays on my mind. If they return my texts, my heart races. The day one calls me, I know I'll look at my call history and grin. But I know that's just them being nice. People who are nice to me are also nice to everyone else. I almost end up forgetting that. If the truth is cruel, then lies must be kind. That's why kindness is a lie. I gave up on always expecting it, always mistaking it, and even hoping for it. Someone who's worked hard at being alone doesn't fall for the same trick twice. I'm a veteran at this. I'm the best there is when it comes to losing. That's why I'll always... hate nice girls."
** The series as a whole can hit introverted people close to home.
* Whenever Hachiman explains the real meaning behind certain interactions and conversations. Due to being very aware of his surroundings and reading between lines, he's capable of seeing things most young of their age would ignore. Examples are constantly used for comedy relief making it hard to understand, yet, Hachiman almost instantly figures everything out [[spoiler: such as Haruno's facade and Ebina's request.]]
-->'''Yukino:''' Speaking of which, what does Ebina think of Tobe?
-->'''Yui:''' She thinks he's a nice guy... I guess?
-->'''Hachiman:''' Game Over. When a girl calls someone a "nice person", [[DamnedByFaintPraise it means by a 100 percent she couldn't care less about them]].
* Hachiman gets a major one in Episode 8 of the second season, when he [[spoiler: realizes what exactly he truly wanted, breaks down (and for the first time on screen, ''cries'') and declares that he truly wants something genuine.]] For someone who actively defies CharacterDevelopment, this scene cements that despite everything, he really has been changing for the better.
** On a minor note, Hachiman actually followed [[spoiler:Shizuka's advice and spent the entire night reviewing everything that happened so far and all the options he currently has. By the time he finally finds the answer he was looking for, it's already morning.]]
* One for the entire service club during Season 2, Episode 10. Iroha and Hachiman attempt to point out that the meetings aren't actually getting anything done, but are shut down by Tamanawa. Then, Yukinoshita, the task-oriented one, calls out Kaihin Sogo and point out exactly what the meetings are, silencing Tamanawa and the Kaihin Sogo student council. Bonus points, however, go to Yuigahama, the people-oriented one, who salvages the situation by proposing a dual event done by both schools to avoid the need for actual collaboration. Finally, [[HesBack after a long time]], we're able to see what the Service Club does best. We see Hachiman's ability to formulate plans, Yukino's leadership and Yui's ability to read the mood. Ultimately, these combined strengths of all three members make the event a success.
* In a meta example, the series has grown to the point where it is widely considered one of the top Light Novels, and regularly achieves the number one spot in LN awards. Hachiman has won the number one male character position, and Yukino and Yui have made it into the top female character list. Not too shabby for a series many people brush off as a standard romcom harem show.
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19th Jun '15 1:43:33 AM LadWatcher
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* One for the entire service club during Season 2, Episode 10. Iroha and Hachiman attempt to point out that the meetings aren't actually getting anything done, but are shut down by Tamanawa. Then, Yukinoshita, the task-oriented one, calls out Kaihin Sogo and point out exactly what the meetings are, silencing Tamanawa and the Kaihin Sogo student council. Bonus points, however, go to Yuigahama, the people-oriented one, who salvages the situation by proposing a dual event done by both schools to avoid the need for actual collaboration. For the first time in a long time, we're able to see what the Service Club does best. While Hachiman is extremely capable on his own, ultimately it's the combined strengths of all three members that makes the event a success.

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* One for the entire service club during Season 2, Episode 10. Iroha and Hachiman attempt to point out that the meetings aren't actually getting anything done, but are shut down by Tamanawa. Then, Yukinoshita, the task-oriented one, calls out Kaihin Sogo and point out exactly what the meetings are, silencing Tamanawa and the Kaihin Sogo student council. Bonus points, however, go to Yuigahama, the people-oriented one, who salvages the situation by proposing a dual event done by both schools to avoid the need for actual collaboration. For the first time in Finally, [[HesBack after a long time, time]], we're able to see what the Service Club does best. While Hachiman is extremely capable on his own, ultimately it's We see Hachiman's ability to formulate plans, Yukino's leadership and Yui's ability to read the mood. Ultimately, these combined strengths of all three members that makes make the event a success.
5th Jun '15 6:22:18 PM w3e4r5t
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* One for the entire service club during Season 2, Episode 10. Iroha and Hachiman attempt to point out that the meetings aren't actually getting anything done, but are shut down by Tamanawa. Then, Hachiman and Yukinoshita call out Kaihin Sogo and point out exactly what the meetings are, silencing Tamanawa and the Kaihin Sogo student council. Bonus points, however, go to Yuigahama, who salvages the situation by proposing a dual event done by both schools to avoid the need for actual collaboration. For the first time in a long time, we're able to see what the Service Club does best. While Hachiman is extremely capable on his own, ultimately it's the combined strengths of all three members that makes the event a success.

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* One for the entire service club during Season 2, Episode 10. Iroha and Hachiman attempt to point out that the meetings aren't actually getting anything done, but are shut down by Tamanawa. Then, Hachiman and Yukinoshita call Yukinoshita, the task-oriented one, calls out Kaihin Sogo and point out exactly what the meetings are, silencing Tamanawa and the Kaihin Sogo student council. Bonus points, however, go to Yuigahama, the people-oriented one, who salvages the situation by proposing a dual event done by both schools to avoid the need for actual collaboration. For the first time in a long time, we're able to see what the Service Club does best. While Hachiman is extremely capable on his own, ultimately it's the combined strengths of all three members that makes the event a success.
5th Jun '15 5:15:35 PM w3e4r5t
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* One for the entire service club during Season 2, Episode 10. Iroha and Hachiman attempt to point out that the meetings aren't actually getting anything done, but are shut down by Tamanawa. Then, Hachiman and Yukinoshita call out Kaihin Sogo and point out exactly what the meetings are, silencing Tamanawa and the Kaihin Sogo student council. Bonus points, however, go to Yuigahama, who salvages the situation by proposing a dual event done by both schools to avoid the need for actual collaboration. For the first time in a long time, we're able to see what the Service Club does best. While Hachiman is extremely capable on his own, ultimately it's the combined strengths of all three members that makes the event a success.
22nd May '15 1:23:10 AM LadWatcher
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** On a minor note, Hachiman actually followed Shizuka's advice and spent the entire night reviewing everything that happened so far and all the options he currently has. By the time he finally finds the answer he was looking for, it's already morning.

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** On a minor note, Hachiman actually followed Shizuka's [[spoiler:Shizuka's advice and spent the entire night reviewing everything that happened so far and all the options he currently has. By the time he finally finds the answer he was looking for, it's already morning.]]
22nd May '15 1:04:06 AM LadWatcher
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* Hikigaya gets a major one in Episode 8 of the second season, when he [[spoiler: realizes what exactly he truly wanted, breaks down (and for the first time on screen, ''cries'') and declares that he truly wants something genuine.]] For someone who actively defies CharacterDevelopment, this scene cements that despite everything, he really has been changing for the better.

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* Hikigaya Hachiman gets a major one in Episode 8 of the second season, when he [[spoiler: realizes what exactly he truly wanted, breaks down (and for the first time on screen, ''cries'') and declares that he truly wants something genuine.]] For someone who actively defies CharacterDevelopment, this scene cements that despite everything, he really has been changing for the better.better.
** On a minor note, Hachiman actually followed Shizuka's advice and spent the entire night reviewing everything that happened so far and all the options he currently has. By the time he finally finds the answer he was looking for, it's already morning.
22nd May '15 12:47:12 AM w3e4r5t
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* Hikigaya gets a major one in Episode 8 of the second season, when he [[spoiler: realizes what exactly he truly wanted, breaks down (and for the first time on screen, ''cries'') and declares that he truly wants something genuine.]] For someone who actively defies CharacterDevelopment, this scene cements that despite everything, he really has been changing for the better.
17th May '15 3:05:48 AM LadWatcher
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* Hachiman and Yukino are both impressive individuals. Due to them being extremely observant to their surroundings, they are capable of seeing things most young of their age would ignore. Several examples are constantly showed through comedy as they point out the real meaning behind certain words and expressions that other accept as the full truth.

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* Whenever Hachiman explains the real meaning behind certain interactions and Yukino are both impressive individuals. conversations. Due to them being extremely observant to their surroundings, they are very aware of his surroundings and reading between lines, he's capable of seeing things most young of their age would ignore. Several examples Examples are constantly showed through used for comedy as they point relief making it hard to understand, yet, Hachiman almost instantly figures everything out the real meaning behind certain words [[spoiler: such as Haruno's facade and expressions that other accept as the full truth.Ebina's request.]]
16th May '15 7:46:46 PM bdacosta2
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-->'''Hachiman:''' Game Over. When a girl calls someone a "nice person", it means by a 100 percent she couldn't care less about them.

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-->'''Hachiman:''' Game Over. When a girl calls someone a "nice person", [[DamnedByFaintPraise it means by a 100 percent she couldn't care less about them.them]].
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