Drama Debussie: Good job on everyone’s SUPER POSTS this week, ladies. The drama gods may taketh one episode for Chuseok, but we giveth three.

Rosie: I love how a holiday in a foreign country throws us all for a loop - “Omo! What’s going on this week? Only one episode? No way!”

Vivi: How DARE people celebrate things instead of airing my regular programs! I have the same reaction to Thanksgiving parades. I’m basically like the Grinch of television.

Drame Debussie: While there’s many, MANY things we could talk about, I think there’s only one question that everyone is asking: How’s Master’s Sun going to end? It’s an expected but great question. What do you think will happen?

Rosie: That’s seriously a good question - one I’m not used to thinking about with 2 episodes left on a rom-com. Everything’s nearly resolved. What on earth are we going to do?

Vivi: You mean aside from watching the Heirs premiere?

Drama Debussie: Heirs aside, I’m personally sticking with the happy ending in where Joong Won and Gong Shil will find some way to cohabitate even with their opposing abilities. Hong Sisters usually deliver with the happy endings and I don’t think this drama is an exception.

Rosie: Unpopular opinion - I want her to give up on Joong Won and run away with her fellow ghost see-er. Imagine how cute their babies would be. And Coffee Ghost kid will be a great babysitter.

Vivi: Even though we all know Joong Won and Gong Sil will end up together (because honestly, this little breakup has “temporary noble sacrifice” written all over it), I want to second Rosie’s motion! If there was ever a time when I would feel okay just dumping the OTP in favor of a last-minute replacement, this is it. Adorable little Korean ghost-seeing children! I’m sold!

Drama Debussie: There’s a part of me that senses a time jump which would make sense. Gong Shil needs to be able to live her life before she can live with someone else. Also, Joong Won still has to deal with the new information he’s received about Cha Hee Joo--no, Han Na.

Rosie: I sense a time jump too, though I’m not looking forward to it.

Vivi: If we do get a time jump, I’m hoping that we get to see Kang Woo in America working as Yi Ryung’s bodyguard.

Drama Debussie: Ugh, don’t we all. Don’t we all.

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