[Edit: Based on the comments below, I worry that too many peeps actually believe the ending I wrote for M3 – it’s not true, just me being my sleep-deprived silly self, i.e. I pulled it out of my ass, so do not take it seriously!]
KBS released the remaining broadcast schedule for Mary Stayed Out All Night (Marry Me, Mary!). Sometimes when there are skipped broadcasts, the station may add an additional episode, or just push back all the airing dates and end on an odd-numbered day and add a special program for the next day to fill the time slot. For M3, KBS is doing neither – it will broadcast 2 episodes of the drama on Monday December 13 (episodes 10 and 11), and then air episode 12 the following Tuesday. Which means for that sure to be chock-full-of-drama-angst week, we will be getting THREE episodes of M3. This allows the drama to conclude on schedule the final week of December.
On one hand, I am thrilled to be getting more M3. On the otherhand, I am freaked out that I have to recap 2 episodes in one day. Omo, lord have mercy on my poor typing fingers. On a completely unrelated note, might as well tell y’all M3 lovers now – I am completely computer free for the last week of December. Which means I’m not going to be able to watch the final two episodes until January when I return to civilization. Not that this affects any of you, but only insomuch I won’t be recapping the final two episodes until January as well. C’est la vie, my chingus. Giving everyone prior ample notification, so please don’t be waiting for my recap come that last week.
But I can give you a preview that’s sure to come true – Jung In’s dad returns to Japan never to be heard from again, Jung In and Seo Jun hook up and have beautiful high cheekboned babies, Mae Ri’s dad decides to become a farmer in the countryside, Mu Gyul’s mom elopes to Jeju where she discovers she has a talent as a tour guide, and Mae Ri and Mu Gyul live happily ever after in mung mung and niao niao bliss, she becoming a drama writer and he becoming an indie producer who dabbles in drama OST production.