With the relative’s reluctance, Yuuta decides to raise the girls so they can stay together.
Yeah, he outdid himself it this time and really upset the relatives. He simply had the girls pack up their clothes and stuff and just left for the station the next day. It’s a clever plan in my opinion, although one of his relatives started calling him hours later. It seems that they can’t catch a break as he is still in college. Even so, I still wonder how he will manage to raise the three girls while concentrating on his future. I’m positive that his friends will help out in some shape or form to unload the pressure.
Aside from the disputes, Yuuta has to find a place to have lunch. Apparently, the family restaurant looked packed and the other places have smoking and a drinking bar, so they couldn’t dine there. Eventually, he took them to a karaoke box and best part is that we get to hear them sing. It’s kind of ironic that Hina ends up singing an opening to a magical girl Anime, with the other girls singing afterwards (as seen in the first image).
Once they finished singing and ate their lunch, Yuuta and the girls finally set to his apartment. Compared to the house they used to live in, they quickly realized how little room they have and not well suited for a family. This kind of shows when the girls take a bath and have to change in the only room they have. This only makes me wonder how he will overcome the challenges of raising the girls with the financial and time limitations.
In the end, this episode had a mix of lighthearted and dramatic moments. The part that caught my attention is Hina since nobody told her what actually happened. It’s probably for the best since revealing it when she is young would have an emotional impact on her. Needless to say, it seems that they adjusting just fine until he goes out to work. Without supervision, I think the next episode will signal some troubles that he must endure.