Big Mouth is a Netflix adult animated coming-of-age sitcom created by Andrew Goldberg, Nick Kroll, Mark Levin, and Jennifer Flackett.
The series is based on Kroll and Goldberg’s upbringing in suburban New York, and Kroll voices his fictional younger self. Big Mouth explores puberty while being honest about the human body and sex.
Big Mouth Ending Explained: What Happens to Miho and Changho in Finale
Big Mouth, the noir K-drama starring Lee Jongsuk and Yoona, ended on September 17th, and here’s everything you need to know about it.
The Big Mouth season finale was highly anticipated after eight weeks of keeping viewers hooked. The noir thriller ended on a poignant note, as is customary for the genre.
While the ending was heartbreaking, there is no doubt that Big Mouth will be remembered as one of the must-see Korean thrillers of all time, thanks to a brilliant cast and a gripping plot that held viewers’ attention until the very end.
The Episode Review
Heartbreaking endings work when the heartbreak fits in with the rest of the show. This is a surprisingly gloomy ending for a series that elicited excitement throughout its run.
Chang-ho was always meant to become Big Mouse. His final transformation should have been charged and electrifying. Instead, it was sad and bitter, having come at the expense of Mi-life. ho’s Chang-ho had never desired this position.
Mi-ho and Chang-relationship ho’s held viewers’ attention throughout the show. Her death only serves to advance Chang-character ho’s development, unfortunately falling into a trope that many female fictional characters are relegated to.
In fact, we could have had the same ending with Mi-ho alive and well, supporting Chang-ho in his quest to become a good Big Mouse. It would have been amazing to see them play Big Mouse together. That, at the very least, would have prevented the show from ending on such a depressing note.
Aside from that, the conclusion is appropriate. Chang-transformation ho’s into Big Mouse is complete, and Do-ha is punished. Despite this, their conflict appears to be ongoing. I guess Chang-prediction ho’s of a long and unlucky life came true in the end.
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In general, the episode falls short of expectations as a season finale. The first half drags a little, while the ending is rushed. Chang-ho copes with his wife’s terminal illness more quickly than one might expect. It’s also a shame that we don’t get to see him and his father-in-law at the end, given the show’s endearing dynamic.
Questions remain unanswered, such as how Chang-ho and the others discovered Do-gold ha’s stash and Seo Jae-paper. young’s Why is Gong Ji-hoon given a free pass when he was an active member of the NR Forum? What was the point of bringing up Chairman Kang’s son if he would never appear on screen?
In the end, one can’t help but feel that Chang-ho gave up everything good he had and settled for a life he never wanted. Overall, a sluggish finale that ends a truly thrilling story on a depressing note.