Migi & Dali – Season 1 Episode 4 Recap & Review

Episode 4

Episode 4 of Migi and Dali starts with Hitori meeting the household maid, Mrs. Mitsuyama, nicknamed Micchan. Micchan continues to barrage Hitori with questions, including his favourite meal from his mother’s cooking.

In an effort to make the best of a bad situation, Hitori asks her some questions about the homes where she does cleaning work. She flat-out refuses to tell him anything, shattering his expectations.

Following this, Migi and Dali are shown plotting to track down the person responsible for their mother’s death. They then devise a plan to gather information from Micchan about their mother’s killer by dressing as Mrs. Sonoyama and donning her wig.

Micchan is then questioned by the twins regarding the wallpapers at the home of her clients. Micchan accidentally reveals that the Ichijo family actually has the described wallpaper in their home. The two siblings are determined to finally uncover the truth.

The twins make an effort to become friends with Eiji Ichijo but he avoids socialising with dimwits, though. The twins, hoping to gain his friendship, resolve to do very well on their next tests.

In addition, Dali dresses as a woman to pressure Migi into studying hard. Dali, pretending to be Sali, advises Migi that the only way to win her affection is to show a degree of intelligence. His plan seems to work and Migi excels in the tests to prove to Sali that he is smart.


The Episode Review

Episode 4 maintains the high quality of the preceding chapters, and it is unsettling, witty, and entertaining throughout. The show also benefits from the fact that the colour palette accurately reflects the emotional undercurrents of the story being told.

The antics of Migi and Dali never ceases to amaze. There are lighthearted moments, but there’s also a melancholy undercurrent that haunts the plot, giving the show a tone that’s equal parts entertaining and unsettling.

With a mysterious and enjoyable tale, compelling characters, and breathtaking visuals, the show maintains its gripping quality.

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