Oh my! Nobody is preparing dinner at the cafeteria? What should we do?
From the look of things, Rin is not putting any effort into shredding her shyness. She basically runs away and spends time with kittens after Komari asks to eat cookies with the other girls. This is kind of sad really since she won’t operate in a society that requires interaction if she remains shy. Thankfully, the effort to save dinner from not being served allows her to become a bit more open without realizing it. It was just so surprising to see her ask the girls to help her out with a sense of urgency. Even so, I’m shocked that the whole group managed to cook everything without it tasting so bad. As you would expect, Yuiko always manages to say the most amazing things depending on the situation.
On the other hand, Rin receives a mysterious letter that gave Riki a strange feeling. Nobody knows who are writing these letters that foresees the future. I know people who played the whole visual novel probably knows the ending already, but I haven’t quite finished it yet. Not only that, Riki suffers another narcolepsy attack and he describes this feeling as becoming disconnected with the real world. It’s just disturbing, especially when he ended up in a hospital after suffering one during his childhood. Either way, we don’t learn about the secret of the world until 10 episodes later or something.
While everyone in Little Busters manages to save dinner, there was a notable moment that I found rather amusing. Rin apparently runs into Sasami who is known as the self-centered cat queen. Apparently, they were fighting over putting croquets into soup because they apparently don’t taste good when they are soggy. To me, tempura tastes soggy when they get left in noodle soup for a while. Either way, it will be interesting to see an arc for Sasami since she is one of the three new heroines in Ecstasy and her laugh is contagious. ¶