I thought this arc was very interesting, and this show continues to just astonish me with how weird and unique it is. However itâ€™s not weird and unique in a silly way, it seems to be touching on some things that are quite serious and in depth, which just makes it all the more intriguing. The actual arc itself I thought was interesting. At first it seemed kind of odd. I wasnâ€™t sure what to think of it and it was, like the rest of the show, very confusing. However I thought hat at the end, when they revealed what was going on it was interesting to look back and recall times that Senjougahara might not have seen her, and make the connections that people who didnâ€™t want to go home were who encountered her. I thought it was an interesting dilemma, how it would have been solved simply by leaving Mayoi alone, yet not being able to do that based on the guyâ€™s character. It was also interesting to see that Mayoi being a little bitch was for, more or less, a good reason. She didnâ€™t want people around her because she didnâ€™t want to cause them suffering. All in all I thought it was a good story and sympathetic towards things like where you belong, wanting to go home, and of course the always rather sad fact that Mayoi was a ghost.
Iâ€™m interested to see how/if the fact that Senjougahara â€œconfessedâ€ will change much. Although I was skeptical when she first said it, the fact they followed up on it seemed to indicate that she was indeed serious. Whether or not the two of them are going to enter into any relationship or if the fact that their feelings, or at least Senjoâ€™s have been revealed will change anything between the two of them is something Iâ€™m looking forward to seeing and finding out.