Week 2: 20.5%
Week 3: 21.6%
Week 3 guest: Yuko Oshima of AKB48
Fuji TV. Mondays at 9PM
- Why are the ratings this high?
- - Is it because of Fukuyama?
- - Because of Yoshitaka?
- - Bacause it was based on a Keigo Higashino novel?
- - Because it's on the Monday/9PM timeslot?
- This new Galileo's directing and Fuji's technical abilities have definitely gone down compared to the first one.
- I think they're living off this Galileo brand which Fukuyama and his character 'Yukawa' established.
- So who was behind all that Fukuyama bashing before the series started?
- I guess this show will get over 20% no matter who the guest is
- AKB's ama-----------------------------------------------------------zing LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL
- I'm amazed at how they keep getting the ratings no matter how annoying Yoshitaka is
- Gouriki: "........."
- It was really fun.
- The live broadcasting boards was really alive during the show
- I've already gotten used to Yoshitaka now. I'm just a bit concerned by Fukuyama who's not getting any younger
- Fukuyama's too amazing LOL
- Sawabe's character compliments the story well
- Oshima got the ratings huh
- As expected of Fukuyama. And it's also huge that there are no Johnny's talents who are like school play actors.
- That's Fukuyama for you. I haven't seen any drama recently that got above 20% straight on its first 3 broadcasts.
- I saw that episode with Takao Osawa, but don't you think that scene where Fukuyama was drawing up the equations on the wall was unnecessary?
- Fukuyama's the one who's amazing. He really is blessed with the ratings. His aura is on a different level.
- I just hope they do their best to reduce Yoshitaka's scenes
- I don't think they had to solve that trick using partial differential equation
- I don't think it's because of AKB. It's because we're in the middle of the holidays.
- So they're cheating by bringing in special guests each week?
- I'm watching this because of Fukuyama. I honestly don't really care if Yoshitaka's there or not
- I think the biggest factor is that Fukuyama fit the role perfectly. Yoshitaka isn't bad herself.
- It's not about the guests. I think there are the people who have stopped watching TV but still want to watch drama, so they think that Galileo is the safest choice. That's just it.
- This is true with the novel, but I get the feeling that they're running out of tricks to use. And the direction looks messy. It kinda looks cheap. I'll still watch it though.
- I think there are people who think that this is boring, but there aren't any other good dramas on, so that leaves them no choice but to watch this.
- Absolutely wonderful
- This is all thanks mostly to Fukuyama. Yoshitaka is supposed to be this elite chick in the story, but it turns out that she's just some stupid woman.
- This drama will cease to exist if they don't do those scenes where he writes down all those equations
- This is all because of Fukuyama
- The previous season felt like it centered more on battles between Yukawa (Fukuyama) and the guest, while this season looks like they're focusing more on the skits with Kiritani (Yoshitaka) while the case-solving is just an added extra to the story.
- Yuko Oshima was in it? Which one? The culprit?
- Fukuyama being single really helps his popularity.
- If he had 2 or 3 kids, I don't think it would have done this well.
- When Fukuyama's face looked so fat in that tire commercial, I joked to my female officemate that he started looking like Kawamoto. My female officemate then looked so mad at me. Even up to now I still remember her look and fantasize while...
- Anyway, it seems that Kitamura's not being involved recently
- The story's pacing is good, and there really haven't been any disturbing scenes to date
- This is all thanks to Masaharu Fukuyama. If he wasn't in this, this Fuji drama would probably only get single digit ratings.
- I think Oshima suits those simple roles. She should just make a living out of doing supporting roles like that.
- When the ratings are good, it's because of the actors.
- When the ratings are bad, it's because of the script.
- I lose since I thought Oshima was cute in the last episode
- I honestly like Galileo's main theme
- A lot of people really like mystery dramas. Then why don't they buy the mystery novels?
- It's actually more comedy than mystery
- I can't help but think that they're trying to write the screenplay in a way so as not to kill off Fukuyama's appeal, or intentionally making the script without too much content so the viewers won't lose their focus on Fukuyama by thinking about the complicated tricks and the theories.