Election day is upon us. Who will win the heart of the people?
Miyuki… sometimes I hate how manly he is. His opponent was struggling to speak and he helps her by turning the speech into a debate which made the race much closer and frustrated his own allies as well. Well, all but one of them. It would’ve been my favorite part this episode too but that’s a little later. Miyuki did go on to win the election but it wasn’t a landslide like it would’ve been. Miko had some good points to her argument and with the passion she displayed in the debate, she could’ve won if her opponent wasn’t Miyuki.
Speaking of Miyuki, he wasn’t done getting me to hate his manliness yet either. After beating Miko he invited her to join the student council as well. Dude, stop being so cool already! Oh, and before I forget, the other council members got a little nervous about the possibility of not getting chosen to help Miyuki again. It got pretty funny too but the best part had to do with Kaguya. She went into a panic and even fainted because of Miyuki’s antics. But in the end, he asked her to come back as the vice-president so everything was good.
I think it’s safe to say that Kaguya won this episode. She got what she wanted and now the student council has a new member too. Although Miyuki might have another girl that likes him now. Anyway, that’s all I got. It’s a fun episode, all around. If you have time to read some more check out Burning Sky. And Keep It Classy.