Petty fights may not be petty when between friends. One little squabble may escalate into another. It takes a true friend to forgive and forget. Summary:
The majority of this episode revolves around Chiba and Takatsuki. The reasons why they hate each other and how they make up. In a nutshell, Chiba likes Nitori, Nitori liked Takatsuki and Takatsuki is stuck in the middle. A sort of weird semi love triangle. Chiba, playing the damsel, bitches and moans over this fact, over many facts. As a result, Takatsuki develops her own hatred of Chiba. Their mutual friend Sasa claims that she will not speak to either of them until they rekindle their friendship. Takatsuki ends up being the bigger man (woman?) and salvages the situation.
Everyone wants to have friends. More so when mutual friends are involved.
I find that every episode displays an emotion or a problem relevant to most youths. One person must surrender to the other and then the healing can begin. Chiba seems to be suffering from a case of “I hate the world” also known as being a teenager. She believes that everyone is against her and that nothing is fair. Of course, this isn’t true.
What Takatsuki does is far more difficult than hating. She mended their relationship… for now.Anyways, there is a lot of spunk within this first year class. Chi shoves a second year for downing her eclecticism and Chiba totally badmouths her seniors. If only all classes had this many interesting characters. One homosexual boy, two to three cross-dressers. Makes for a cool school year.