Nothing in particular seems to really happen in each episode of Usagi Drop, but then you look back and realize the kids are growing up so quickly.
There were so many lovable Rin moments this episode. I just like sitting back and watching Usagi Drop unfold. It just brings a smile to my face.
More than the bundle of cute that is Rin, Usagi Drop is really about Daikichi and the changes he makes to his life after unexpectedly picking up a child.
After watching KamiMemo – which was equivalent to watching Charlie Sheen just puke nonsense after nonsense non-stop just desperately grasping to find some snappy and clever lines along the way – Usagi Drop was like watching a simple, understated silent movie. The dialogue was sparse. The score was perfectly whimsical and non-obstrusive. And when characters spoke, they weren’t trying to engage in battles of wit.