Following from the previous episode, Kazehaya stumbles upon the ultimate crime scene between Sawako and Kent. On an instinctive whim, our hero declares war against the flamboyant blond and Sawako, fearing the approach of a blood bath, attempts to explain the situation…which thus leads us to blame Kent – the source of all trouble this season so far. Even so, Kazehaya has yet to punch the blond as many of the fans would have hoped or liked to see.
The trio – Kazehaya, Kent and Sawako – are soon met by Kazehaya’s friends who witness the following rom-com moment:
Pretty self-explanatory: “Kazehaya (Angry?)” + “Flamboyant dude?” + “Sadako!! (Crying)” = Not. A. Good. Combination.
Kazehaya’s friends joke about how misleading the situation seems and how it implies that Kazehaya and Kent are fighting over “Sadako”. Having just about enough, Kazehaya snaps and – wait for it – confesses to Sawako. No round-about ways with “I thought I was the closest with you out of all the guys” but literally “I like you”.
Let’s give a round of applause for Kazehaya before sinking into sobs for what’s to follow.
Unfortunately for Kazehaya, Sawako’s lack of self-confidence plus Kent’s comment “Kazehaya has someone he likes”, leads the shy girl to misbelieve his words, going so far as to say how Kazehaya’s “like” to different to hers. Taken aback, Kazehaya smiles sadly…
Do excuse me as I go grab a tissue.
Basically said, Kazehaya and Sawako wallow in misery thereafter and will continue to do so over the next two episodes, believing all the while that they’ve been rejected by the other. With the school festival just around the corner, Chizuru and Ayane attempt to knock some sense into Sawako…and Pin too, just…in his own comedic way.
And that’s about it for episode – tragedy, comedy and lovely graphics (yes, there’s more bubbles) all blended into one.
Blabberings, thought bubble, whatever. It’s essentially the same.
You’ve got to admit, jealously is what the fans love about Kazehaya. I’m sucker for fictional, possessive guys too, just as 99.9% of shoujo fan girls would. So despite the beginning of this episode being a tad bit reminiscent of season one’s Sawako x Ryuu misunderstanding, I had no complaints. A jealous Kazehaya is an awesome Kazehaya.
Expect more picture spams later on as obviously the next few episodes will be nothing but slow progress between our favourite couple.
Just Give Up.
Ryuu’s eyebrows are so thin.