I know. I know. It’s not your fault you’re born awesome too. Ok I jest.
Konatsu yuri flag confirmed.
…. Wien’s room is larger than my own living room. What the hell, he was Sanzenin-level rich?!
Not a good thing to say, Sawa. Not a good thing to say…. Wakana’s reply here made me sad ;_;
Awwwww Sawa’s dad. This part really got to me. *sniff*
Wakana sure inherited her dad’s troll genes.
Ahhh so that’s where you park your horses.
Well, even the perfect Sawa is not always perfect… as this episode shows. I really felt Sawa was way too swept up in her own problems this week, but it was done in a way that didn’t make her feel like she was being a selfish cunt, which is quite a miracle of writing for me. It’s definitely understandable how upset she is about not being able to take the path towards her dreams… foiled by circumstances out of her control. The world’s just not that fair. If only she could swap bodies with Konatsu someho– no, let’s not go there. *ahem*
Luckily, like Wakana’s arc, with the help of friends and family, Sawa manages to snap out of it and focus back on the thing she can do for now. I quite like Tari Tari’s approach here for dealing with drama in such a natural way, involving most of the main characters somehow so that they don’t feel abandoned or forgotten. This show does a great job telling us it’s about the quintet, not just one person at a time.
Looking at things, we’ll be moving on to one of the boys next time. Wien arguably has the least character development so far, so it’s fair time he gets his turn. Heck I don’t even remember his real name… was it even mentioned?