Subs by Pomf
The end of the season is always a bit sad, when you see your favorite shows go. Especially ones you enjoyed a lot…
When Chisato and Yuuki wanted to kiss, somebody knocked Yuuki out and kidnapped Chisato.
About this episode
It didn’t dawn on me the first time that I watched this, but since I practically watch the episode twice when I review them: wow, Yuuki was running for about five hours. He got the first call at 6:30 and arrived at around 11:30. I really respect Yuuki for that. He never hesitated and knew he was giving up his speech for this.
Yuina really scares me. I was wondering already why she was opposing Yuuki, but now we finally found this out. What Yakumo did made a lot of sense, but Yuina was scheming with general affairs. What I wondered about a bit was why Kana almost mentioned that there were photo’s even though she knew that Yuina was behind it. At least, I assume that she knew from the pictures she took. Maybe she didn’t see the last one with Yuina in it, because she didn’t seem to have any memory loss. Michiru knew something was wrong with Yuina though, but I’m not exactly sure why. A hunch maybe? Something else I’m curious about is why nobody at the food club said anything about Michiru’s absence. You’d think that people would be curious about that, and I bet Michiru never told them either. Just a bit of food for thought.
It’s really scary how this school is corrupt to no end, with that reporter boy who has to dress as a girl. Somebody raised that question before, now we get an answer. The scary part is that the school looks fine on the outside, but that there are some really dark things going on in the shadows. Maybe the best example was how they encouraged bullying financial aid students so the rest of the student body gets along.
So nobody ever bothered to check Kana’s smartphone? Bad move. But there are the pictures that they needed. But Yakumo decided to support the food club again now, and everything went well after that. I didn’t expect Yuina to be on the line directly (rather, a subordinate), but this worked very well.
It’s a bit strange how Chisato is lying there in a box, sleeping, but wakes up immediately when Yuuki comes in. Besides, scenes like this seem to pop up every now and then in anime for some reason. I never understood these, it would make way more sense to tie her up or something like that.
I thought the part where Yuuki starts his speech and his time is up immediately was kind of funny. He got to talk a bit though, thanks to Satsuki and Yakumo. You knew he’d win when he starts talking like that though.
Yay for vice-president Satsuki. They do make a good team like that (and a good couple, if I were to decide this), so I bet they’ll do a great job in the end. I also really liked the conclusion with Yuuki and Chisato with the chocolate that was split in three parts now. It showed a bond between them, but also how Chisato now sees Yuuki and Daiki as two individuals. I’m happy for them and this is my second favorite pairing so I’m happy.
A good end to a good show. Most loose threads were tied and we got a satisfying conclusion of both Yuuki’s love life and the election. I actually checked on the VN, but it isn’t translated so that’s a shame. If that ever happens, I’m in for sure. I’d love to see how it differs from the anime.