BL Dramas are the best kind of drama. They’re outlandish and fun and most importantly filled with beautiful men. Here are my takeaways from this week

AI LONG NHAI – Episode 7 – iQIYI

I am not going to lie; I have no idea what the plot of this series is. Like, at all. I am so confused. Still, I’m not really watching it for the plot.

I do like that That gave Ai permission for him to tell their friends about their relationship, but in the GMMTV version, Tohon doesn’t find out until he is roommates with Ai and Thai, which is fine since it’s clearly set in an alternate universe, I’m just being nit-picky. I do like this series, though, but I’m not watching it for the plot as I don’t even know what that is, but that’s okay because…. 


I’ve liked this series since episode one, but it’s really getting good. I’ve mentioned how it does a great job of showing polar opposites of the spectrum of depression, and it continues to do so. Nekoyashiki is struggling because he’s been removed from the wall. Still, Issei wastes no time telling him how great and wonderful he is – also, Yahagi Honoka (Yamada Koharu) is the cutest little spark of comedic gold. It looks like a real blow-up is going to happen with some shady journalist, so I am getting a little worried for our boys. I hope this one has a happy ending.


I gave this series its own review, which can be viewed here: But still, here’s some sexy #KoichiMitsuru because I don’t think we can ever get enough of them.


I don’t know what Sky did in the process of his creation, but MAME really seems to have had it out for his character. We finally see his past and the awful, AWFUL things Gun (Dunk Patak) and his friends did to this poor, poor boy (note: Sky is my favorite of MAME’s characters – he’s the sweetest). Luckily Prai breaks in and saves the day like the white knight he is, and all ends well for the characters. 

There is a special episode of the series, and I will review that with my final thoughts. 

BIG DRAGON – Episode 6 – iQIYI

I am not going to lie, I started watching this series for no other treason than Mr. Dragon himself.

To be honest, the plot of this series is still pretty wild and outlandish, but, I like it.

REMEMBER ME – Episode 6 – GagaOOLala

This series, man, I didn’t know how much I missed the ping of a new MSN message.

It’s so well written and depicts how much people change when they’re away at college. We go through so much growing up when we are away from everything familiar for the first time. I really like Nan’s development and growth. Honestly, I was worried about how I’d feel about his character because I hated Alex (also played by Mean) in Until We Meet Again – with a passion, I hated him. I think Gun will regret not being upfront with Golf right away. I understand why he’s doing what he’s doing, but being older and having gone through what he has, I know it’s probably not going to end well. Champ is starting to come into his own, but based on the trailer for next week’s episode, tragedy is about to strike, and he’s in such a sensitive mental state as it is. – I just hope he’s able to pull through it. I feel like Name is kind of being left behind, but it looks like he’s even about to get a pick-me-up, so I am looking forward to it. All in all, this series is just fantastic.