I’m being blinded by the fluffiness…! And yes, that’s the so-called ‘Sadako’ of Kimi Ni Todoke. The one and only.
A month has passed since our previous episode and it is now May. Sawako continues to ponder over Kazehaya’s words, or to be more exact, his confession-like declaration, but fails to understand his meaning (which are obviously I LIKE YOU). To make matters worst, Sawako continues to avoid Kazehaya’s gaze because of feeling ‘bukiyou’ (awkward) and thus the two remain unable to properly communicate. It’s quite pitiful, seeing as it has been like this since New Years, but then again, the girl did after all realise the extent of her feelings and hence, become more conscientious of the guy whom she likes AKA Kazehaya. But still. HURRY UP AND GET OVER IT. I want my kissing scenes already lol.
During physical education/sport, Kazehaya spends some time with Ryuu contemplating how things are from his side of the world (situation, I mean situation). The more ‘childish, possessive and quick-tempered’ (self-quoted) of the two admits that he’s beginning to lose his patience in fear of ‘someone’ stealing his beloved Sawako – that ‘someone’ obviously being Kent (and I LOL at the sweet jealousy).
Serenata’s Other Voice: You LOL at everything.
Serenata: MENTAL BITCH SLAP. STFU when I’m doing my summary.
Getting back to Sawako, our protagonist continues to tend to her medical garden, oblivious of Kazehaya’s troubles. Yano-chin and Chizuru, followed by Kent, then pay her a visit, and with that combination in mind we’re bound to have a few comical laughs.
Kent: I’m an ESPer ;)
Yano and Chi: *WTF face*
Timeskip. Everyone is now studying for the upcoming midterm exams, and Kent, upon hearing about last year’s results thanks to Sawako’s ‘cursed notes’, suggests that the whole class should do a crash course led by Sawako-sensei. (Remember how Sawako had tutored her whole class back in Season One, and because that, they managed to get a really high average? Well, basically it’s a repeat of that). Suspicious of the blonde’s actions, Yano-chin questions Kent about his motives, especially since he’s been interacting so nicely with Sawako lately. The said guy confesses that he’s well aware of the fact that Sawako likes Kazehaya and therefore won’t interfere with their relationship cause he’s a ‘good guy’. However, despite this self-exclamation, we see a hidden smile…or smirk, from the guy afterwards…
Now what could that imply?
The ending to this episode was somewhat a déjà vu of the previous. Again, Sawako and Kazehaya were left alone together in the classroom, this time however, instead of a ‘confession’, Kazehaya says to forget about the other day (cause in his opinion, Sawako merely respects him as an idol and thus if he suddenly confessed, it would undoubtedly cause her to worry about it). Again, stunned to the point of being mute, Sawako isn’t able to say anything but watch the guy walk way.
Episode 4 left us with a cliff-hanger as Kent approached the saddened Kazehaya, saying that he had something to talk about.
Sniff sniff. Why did you have to be so dense Sawako? No, why did the two of you have to be so dense? Moreover, what’s with all the timeskips?! :@ Oh wells, the fact that we actually got some insight into Kazehaya’s perspective made up for it. And just at the right time too – Sawako wasn’t exactly making the best of progressions, nor were they of any interest.
Oh and for those who don’t know why my blabberings are always so short, it’s because I pretty much integrate them into the SUMMARY. Really, whatever is said here are the leftovers. Haha, sounds like food >;D
My apologies for this crappy review – it was kind of half-hearted. Hopefully you haven’t died from the boredom of reading it – blame Federer for being such a distraction. LOL, yes, I actually bother to watch his tennis matches. Google it if you have no idea what I’m talking about.
Next Time: Misunderstood
This whole series is practically filled with misunderstandings, so I don’t see why the producers just suddenly decided to title an episode this far into the story so. But then again, perhaps they’re hinting something here? Perhaps a LOV –
Serenata’s Other Voice: *FISH SLAPS SERENATA* STOP SPOILING THE SHOW FOR EVERYONE ELSE!
Serenata: GACK! Why did you have to take after Azu-Nyan DX?
Please ignore that. It’s just my spilt personality talking :)