That didn't quite go the way I expected, but it was still good. I thought we might learn a bit more about Mel's past, something along the lines of an event that had her in a constant state of anger, and how it was that she came to overcome it. Instead it leaves a question mark over what makes her so determine to do what she does, which is ultimately a more satisfactory way of approaching the situation.
Finally caught up with this. Just excellent! Putting him in an anger management class is such a brilliant conceit, and I love that, instead of leaning into his blustery anger like you'd expect, we start with an almost fearful, unnerved Sixie.
I can see why some might've wanted more about Mel. And I would've liked a little more characterization of the classmates. But as a Six-focused story, this was an efficacious exculpation of effervescent enlightenment.
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