Because I started watching this series so late, I sped through all the episodes in the space of two weeks, and a lot of fun it was too. The initial rush of excitement at meeting new people in new places and watching events unfold was slightly lessened by the end of the series. More and more, the story needed coincidences to keep things moving which was a shame.
But all the same, I really enjoyed the banter and comedy. And the final message that explains the title of the show is pretty uplifting. At least it is for someone old like me. You should approach your next love as if it's your second to last, then you can relax and enjoy it more instead of thinking "this is it! This is the last one!" and getting all uptight about it.
So, this was certainly worth watching, especially for the performance of Kiozumi Kyoko and Nakai Kiichin the lead roles, Uchida Yuki as the skittish sister who's always dressed as if it's deepest winter, and also Jun Miho as the potential marriage partner who finds herself competing against her daughter for a man's attention.
Plus, I should mention that song (not the main theme, but the one that keeps appearing throughout the show with the refrain "Go go go go go to the river") is by Yael Naim and you can see the video for it here. It took me ages to find that, since every search for "Saigo kara Nibanme no Koi song" came up with the theme song by Hamasaki Ayumi. But worth the effort, I feel.