Lots of viewers complained about Yoon Eun Hye‘s frizzy perm sported by her character Na Mi Rae in the early parts of Marry Him If You Dare. She cut and straightened recently and I’ve a mind to say the spectacular swan dive of this drama may be correlated to her hair. I honestly have no real analysis for why this drama has thus far managed to start off promising only to fail to deliver so majorly. There is no real romance anywhere to speak off, and the drama is spinning in circles reacting to future Mi Rae’s soothsayer knowledge of a future that happened to her but may or may not happen this time around. The written and video previews for episode 13 leave me underwhelmed to say the least, and now the new drama stills released by KBS has me rolling my eyes and wanting to give the drama the middle finger. Se Joo is seen holding Mi Rae’s hand comforting her and she appears appreciative of his support and friendship. That is all fine and dandy if – (1) Mi Rae starts to like Se Joo back and everyone jumps ships right now but at least there is a dock to head towards, or (2) Se Joo has fully let go of his feelings for Mi Rae and sees her as a friend now. If it’s the usual he likes her and is there for her, she appreciates it but is still in love with Kim Shin, then I might need to quit this drama for the sake of my sanity. We’re so close to the finish I probably won’t, but why can’t the drama just give up and film four episodes of the two couples falling in love, dating, getting married, and then working together to stave off the foreboding events of the future. I don’t care about solving mysteries anymore, future Mi Rae could have come back on a lark for all I care. I cannot deal with a drama where Yoon Eun Hye is back to being pretty but completely flat as a character, Lee Dong Gun shows us he’s still a leading man but doesn’t have a proper narrative to work with, Jung Yong Hwa makes a leap forward in acting but cannot find his own interesting story, and Han Chae Ah is majorly wasted even if she’s acting the heck out of a sidelined character. Thanks to MHIYD, I’m back to dreading Mondays for fear of more letdowns.