The weather is getting chilly, which makes Mizuki wish she had brought along a scarf to wear.
Ahhh token foreigner debuts, and she’s a total hoot. There’s just something about the gaijin character in anime that makes them so fun. Maybe it’s the over-the-top accent, or that their lifestyle is totally different, or that they’re always rich. Kate!
Mao is hiding a deep, dark secret of her past. Her constant and unwavering aversion for studying has continued to confuse those around her, especially those that knew of her intense study habits years ago.
Summer vacation has finally rolled around – and when summer happens in anime, that usually involves hot weather, leading to a craving of large bodies of water, leading to showcases of various swimsuit styles and breast sizes.
Masayuki wastes no time in trying to enter the Kameiwa Respiratory Hospital, but he notices that the entrance is firmly closed in place.
An elderly man visits the Hibara household. He introduces himself as Sawada, and begins to talk to grandpa.
One of the things some of the more hardcore clubs like to do during the summer is to go on a training camp – we saw it in shows like Kenshin and Prince of Tennis, two of the most hardcore shows of all time, and now they are passing the torch onto Sketchbook’s art club.
Makoto practices the guitar in the solace and darkness of his own room, and for some reason, he also has a video camera propped up on a shelf that is capturing him play the instrument.
Sometime in the obscure past, Kouichi and Kazuki are watching Mao-oneesan on the swings. They’re entranced by her bravery as she stands on the swing, going higher and higher. Almost! Just a little higher and I can see up her skirt!
Appropriately less censor-worthy scenes for an episode of considerably higher levels of seriousness and even higher levels of “wait, am I watching this show for the drama or the lolis?” doubtfulness.