I have to admit that the last episode of DokiDoki Precure, episode 37, touched on one of my faults. See, I am a bit of a finicky eater. I do not mean to be. It is just that there are a lot of things I dislike.
One of the things I have learned from Cure Dolly is that it seems that in Japan, being a finicky eater is not a good thing. Cure Dolly was very brave when she was in Japan, eating raw egg and natto. Cure Dolly also showed us a movie that teaches us how important vegetables are here.
In DokiDoki Precure, episode 37, Ai-chan will not eat carrots. We have learned in previous episodes that it is dreftly important that Ai-chan continue to be a sweet baby, and not turn into a selfish one. If Ai-chan turns selfish, the powers of Evil will get stronger, and she will lose her protections. It seems that being a finicky eater is a way she can turn selfish <deep blush>.
Well also find out that Aguri-chan is also a finicky eater, or at least she does not like carrots either. As Cure Ace, she has to learn to eat carrots in order to defeat the Selfishness, and to set a good example for Ai-chan. Cure Ace is able to do so after learning about and thinking about the love of the people growing and cooking the carrots. She conquers her dislike of carrots and learns to love carrots too.
Oh yes, by the way, did you see the previews for next week? It looks like Regina-san may be back. Oh yes, I wonder if my theory about Cure Ace will turn out to be correct. It is getting quite exciting, isn’t it?