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TOHRU: I just found out the renovations are done.
Kyo butts in Tohru's explanation of moving to her Grandpa's house
KYO: OKAY ENOUGH ALREADY!... I get it.
TOHRU: I'm sorry, I just thought that...
SHIGURE: Don't mind him. I think I caught him off guard with the news as all. We've just witnessed a classic example of what I like to call misdirected rage. I believe the technical term is being an ass.
TOHRU: Like the saying goes, never put off til tomorrow what you can do today.
Moring. After Tohru's departure.
SHIGURE: ~Tohru! I'm starving. What's for breakfast?
[Kyo and Yuki looks at him] I forgot. Our dear sweet Tohru is gone gone away.
YUKI: That sounded like you forgot on purpose.
SHIGURE: No, of course not. That would be pretty despicable, don't you think? But you know, without Tohru here, it does feel like all the fire has gone out of this kitchen, doesn't it? Suddenly it feels so cold and dreary.
KYO: Damn it! You are saying that on purpose, aren't you!
SHIGURE: In any event, consumed by grief though we are, I suppose we can't help but get hungry at some point. Which reminds me, Tohru left us a pot of her delicious beef stew in the refrigerator, yes? Perfect, now why don't you heat that up for us, Yuki?
YUKI: You're joking right?
SHIGURE: Nahaha. Of course, you're not too handy in the kitchen, are you? Well, Kyo, I guess that leaves you.
KYO: Why do I got to do it?
SHIGURE: No no, it's all right. If you don't mind letting the last of the wonderful beef stew that Tohru put her heart and soul into preparing for us get burnt to a crisp, then neither do I. After all, I suppose burnt beef stew will be just as satisfying as burnt miso soup, or burnt rice, or burnt eggs, or any of the fine burnt dishes Yuki used to make for us before Tohru fell into our lives. Ahh yes, we all seem to do quite well on our charcoal-riched diet. I'm sure there's no reason we won't grow accustomed to it again.
Shigure ranting while eating the beef stew.
SHIGURE: And think, two bright handsome young men like you couldn't even find a way to keep the girl who cooked this delicious stew from leaving. Oh the tragedy.
TOHRU'S GRANDPA: Tohru, I apologize. Please, don't think poorly of them. They're just disagreeable folks by nature.
KYO: You know, you can tell people what you want. I mean, it's annoying if you do it all the time.