kentasaiba wrote:Dr. Araide - Isnt that character already dead? lol?
the dead one was his father. The one i mentioned above is the son, who is the doctor for the Mouri family and basketball coach at Ran's school.
I think it was a joke—he hasn't appeared or hasn't even been mentioned in nearly 500 Files, after all. If a creator forgets about a character (Gosho's admitted to forgetting about Tomoaki), then they might as well be dead.
kentasaiba wrote:Jodie FBI - Camel maybe?
If anything, it's gonna be her and Shuichi getting back together (if he survives the end and gets over his guilt and the past). If that doesn't happen, neither she nor Shuichi are going to end up with anyone by series' end.
kentasaiba wrote:Sera - No one wants her, lol.
If Eisuke comes back, and Gosho pairs them together, I'd ship it. If that doesn't happen, though, neither one is going to end up with anyone by series' end.
In any case, EisukexMasumi is more likely than:
kentasaiba wrote:Eisuke - Already loves Ran, they will find each other.
(and ShinichixMasumi) is worthy of lol (in terms of either actually becoming canon—fanfic writers, however, can go to town when it comes to the matter of ships that will never sail in canon).
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