With Victor's fading warmth in his heart, Yuri goes out to the rink for his free skate that will determine whether he'll qualify for the Grand Prix Final. Yurio firms his own resolve after eating special pirozhki, the epitome of love in Moscow.
Did You Know?
At the end of the episode Yuri says to Victor "Please be my coach until I retire". It's not a direct translation from what he said in Japanese, he says something along the lines of "Until I retire, please take care of me" or " Until I retire, I leave myself in your care!". Apparently it hardly has anything to do with coaching at all. Marriage proposals in Japan aren't like in the West "Would you marry me?" They're more like "Please marry me. Please cook for me everyday, please wear this beautiful dress/tuxedo for me. Please take care of me." So when Victor says that it sounds like a marriage proposal, it is actually a direct, valid response to Yuri's words. See more
Serenade for Two
Composed and arranged by Taro Umebayashi
and Taku Matsushiba
Lyrics by Sugar Me
Performed by Wouter Hamel See more