“I’m kidnapping my own mother back to her hometown!”
LOL. Only Ohana can publicly announce a plan to kidnap her own mother without stuttering or realizing the absurdity of it. Although, I’m even more impressed by the way Tooru handled it by getting her to get Kou-chan along as well if she wants his cooperation in it. Sugoi yo, Tooru!
On that end, Ohana’s forced to confront her worst enemy, herself, as her attempts to actually get Kou to come along and admonishment from her love rival lead her to believe she would be the evil bitch in the often-watched TV dramas she likes. That made me go d’aaaaawwwww. Ohana-chan, if you can realize it yourself, you’re not that bad yet!
In the end, the ridiculous plan to kidnap Satsuki became useless since she suddenly has leave and decides to go back home with the rest of them. Saved up on the travel money too! Funny how Tooru’s bravery got sapped away after seeing her though, after all that talk of helping Ohana admonish her as well.
That said, what I talked about Satsuki and Ohana being similar despite their clashes came to a full round this week as we get to see Satsuki’s younger self standing up to her mother for always putting her job first. Funny how deep family ties can run eh? Next week sure is going to be fun to see Satsuki and Sui facing off each other. Unlike Ohana… both these girls are adults already, so things are probably going to go quite a bit… vindictive.
Although, the one I pitied the most this week has to be Minko-hime. Her dream of a date got turned in to a eating hell. Well, at least she got a “cute” memento of her Tokyo trip with Tooru! One that would probably make me want to sink my teeth in it variety of cute though.