Things got worse with Yuuta’s aunt visiting to see a messy apartment.
Apparently, the situation got worse to the point where life becomes a big chore. Sure, raising three girls while going to college and working at the same time isn’t an easy task. If you compare his situation to Yuri’s, I wonder how he managed to survive this long? Besides the job, the issue that has become very apparent is Miu and Sora having to travel far away just to attend their school. The time spent on traveling is clearly taking their time away from club activities, schoolwork and sleep. While his uncle changed his mind and is now willing to take the three girls in so Yuuta won’t sacrifice his dream from a hidden letter, I don’t think it’s possible at this point since the girls have developed a bond with Yuuta. Therefore, the only practical solution is for him to ask his relatives to take the house so the girls can live a stress-free life. Besides, he should have more flexibility considering that he doesn’t have to be on campus every day.
On the other hand, I find Sora’s dream of her being married with Yuuta kind of funny. It’s something that she always wanted even though it comes to an abrupt end with him driving the car off a cliff. However, Yuri and her husband appearing in one of Sora’s dreams intrigued me since they never told what actually happened to Hina. This will become an issue when she eventually finds out in the next episode.
Besides the chart, which Paul Ryan would cry over since he loves statistics, we are in for a heartwarming finale. While Hina will get depressed over losing her parents, I think Yuuta will find a way to resolve it quickly to prove that he can be a caring father while chasing his dreams. After all, they are in it together as a family.