More com than rom this episode, but nevertheless, enjoyable to the very end. Down to the very last second – literally.
It’s the return of the subs!
Everyone’s busily preparing for the upcoming school festival. Still.
Meanwhile, Kazehaya and Sawako are still upset about their situation.
Despite all the work, the class spares time to celebrate Chizuru’s birthday. Ryuu, too, in his own way.
Back to our heroine – she continues to ponder about feelings for Kazehaya. Sigh.
And the time has come at last! …Along with a comical moment by Pin.
From evil to good. Wow.
Later, Kent consults Sawako and comments on how he feels that she’s been putting a “wall” between Kazehaya and herself. Realisation strikes our heroine.
And the moment that everyone’s been waiting for draws near.
Poor Kurumi. Poor, poor Kurumi. I pitied her so much at this moment, moreover, she was fully aware of Sawako’s intentions. Poor Kurumi.
GOOOOOOOOO SAWAKO! We’ve been waiting.
And cut. Literally, cause that’s how the producers like it.
I hate cliffhangers just as much as I love them. For this one, I’m tossing and turning between love and hate though it’s more likely the latter seeing as this episode’s end was almost as bad as having your computer crash last minute whilst you’re playing an intense game. Sigh.
…I’d hate for that to happen. DMC is hardcore.
Dun dun dun. Title says all.