Like any club, Konatsu needs some funding so she can get the stage performance rolling.
Compared to other dramatic moments seen with Wakana and Sawa, Wein is a bit subtle. Apparently, he receives all the letters that he wrote to his friend back. That is a kick right in the guts since he took so much time writing them to a young friend he had back in his country. Needless to say, it’s bound to happen since maintaining long distance relationships is rather difficult, especially with the wide age differences. Probably the parents of his friend didn’t want him to use a computer to send messages to Wein over the Internet because he is too young. Despite this, it’s rather nice that Wein gotten over it rather quickly and shared some of his fond memories of him with his friends.
On the other front, it seems that the club will do a musical and needs funds to get started. It’s kind of funny that the job they took happens to be some super hero skit to promote a district. Once finished, they will get 30000 yen (about 382 in US Dollars), which may look a lot, but isn’t. I’m not sure how much it costs to make a musical, but with the props and costumes, I think it will cost a good sum of money depending, which way they go. On top of that, the vice principal approved it without any trouble. This is kind of odd considering that she always tries her best to prevent Konatsu and company to do what they want. Perhaps something bad happened which caused her to not care anymore? Who knows, but it must have to do with those suspicious people meeting with the principal.
As a whole, I felt that this episode is a build up to what will happen in the last few episodes. With the Vice Principal betrayed with the Principal signing a suspicious proposal, it’s understandable why she would feel that way since it will affect everyone. Aside from that, I find the girl’s lines rather hilarious during their practice. It seems that they weren’t serious that Wein almost got upset. Considering the task they accepted, it’s bound to happen since the job is mostly a lighthearted one since it’s entertainment for the children.
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