You know what? Miyuki’s family is a mess.
Kei was back this time and she was trying to not seem interested in her brother’s love life. She came up with this whole scheme to make it seem like she wasn’t too. But it failed, only for their father to take over midway. To make matters even weirder, he started to recall his own relationship with their mother. All I can say is that the family drama is real. Kei ended up giving Miyuki the advice he needed to hear and it worked out for him.
Then, another training montage, but with a twist. Chika has finally had enough of Miyuki’s attempts. She storms out, leaving him high and dry, much to his chagrin. He decides to continue his training alone when Kaguya finds him. She agrees to help only because she can use the training as an excuse to touch him. Surprisingly enough, everything goes smoothly until Chika finds them. Chika expresses jealousy right from the start, causing her and Kaguya to fight. This eventaully leads to Miyuki learning the dance through their fighting over him. So I guess that’s a win-win. The final part of this episode might as well be doomsday for Miyuki. His father decided to come to the sports festival and see for himself the girl that his son has a crush on. He does and the results you just have to see for yourself.
This was a very fun episode. Now I want to see Miyuki meet Kaguya’s father. That would be perfect. I’m looking forward to seeing what this meeting will hold for Miyuki and Kaguya in the future. Anyway, that’s all I have for you. If you still feel the need to read, check out Burning Sky. Until next time Keep It Classy