When I get close to the end of a drama I’m enjoying… I’ll stop watching. The end is so final! Once it’s done, it’s done and I’ll have no choice but to leave the characters and the world I’ve just spent so much of my time in. I can rewatch, of course, but… it’s not the same thing.
Nothing spoiled below…
Plus, I’ve learned something in my many years of drama watching. (Okay — two years — but I did learn something!) The last three hours of a good drama are addictive. Breaking for things like sleep, work, life? Not going to happen. Or at least, not gracefully.
And that’s where Monstar is floating. Two episodes — three hours — and I’ll be done. Episode 10, where I left off, lacked a cliff-hanger. (That’s a huge factor. This wasn’t a problem for Heartless City or I Hear Your Voice.) But… I’m getting curious. What’s going to happen to our Color Bar crew? So I expect I’ll finish it off next week. But… I don’t waaaaant to!!! (Except for how I really, really do.)