Let’s not talk about that opening segment. It’s funny but I’ll just let you find out from watching it. Today’s episode misunderstandings lead to a new epidemic induced by a Shojo manga.
There’s just so much of this episode to talk about. We have that first part that I can’t really do justice and then the rest of the episode which is a lot easier to write about. So I’m just gonna start with the second part. Kaguya as always has hatched up a scheme to get Miyuki to like her. This time she’s gonna give him a hand massage. It works sort off he’s in a lot of pain during it and Miko walks in at just the right time to get a bad impression. Oh yeah she does that a lot in this episode.
The poor girl just joined the student council only to be caught up in their antics three times in the same episode. To make matters worse Miyuki ends up bringing a shojo manga to school in hopes that he can get Kaguya to read it. It apparently has the power to make people want to fall in love. So aver the entire cast reads the thing they get Shojo Syndrom. A condition that makes them act like Shojo characters. Yes, they went that far. It was glorious and you should watch it for yourself.
It was a really enjoyable episode. Kaguya even turned down a date with Miyuki but I won’t spoil why. Anyway, that pretty much all I’ve got for you. If you still feel like reading, make sure to check out Burning Sky. And if you want more Kaguya-sama: Love is War, check out the latest episode of Bulletoon! It’s a good one. And as always Keep It Classy.