I have to admit, Rize looks cute in any outfit she wears.
Sharo became scared as she finds a ghost in her house from finding a pile of leaves in her room along with strange noises. She eventually decides to say at the Rabbit House out of fear. I thought at first that the ghost was Tippy because he keeps rolling around from being bored, but it’s wasn’t her, but a completely different rabbit.
While it’s cute to see Sharo ask Rize for help to find the culprit instead of asking Chiya, who was sleeping and won’t answer the phone, it just happens to be a rabbit that just wanted to pay rent with the herb leaves that Sharo was growing. I have to say that the rabbit she found looked pretty badass, probably more so than Rize’s stuffed rabbit that she names it after. Not only that, it wanted to hug Rize instead of Sharo for some reason.
It appears that Sharo might be resolving her rabbit phobia as she builds a house in front of her shed. Although she denies that she gotten over her fear over rabbits, that is a good first step as long Anko doesn’t come and screw it up for her. Still, one can say that Rize naming the rabbit Sharo found “Wild Goose” shows that Sharo is starting to make progress in getting closer with her crush.
Aside from that, we finally get to see the girls come to visit Rize at her house considering that her house hardly got shown except for a few scenes. The thing that surprised me is that Rize’s family doesn’t have any maids, which is odd since most stereotypical rich families in Anime usually have them.
Still, I guess seeing the girls wearing traditional maid outfits was a nice treat. Sure, Sharo and Chiya looks great in them, but it seems that Rize looks pretty in any outfit she wears, especially when she lets her hair down. This makes me wonder what is her father thinking when he walked into his daughter’s gun collection room and saw her in a maid outfit. With that in mind, Chiya’s parents is the last one that didn’t get a mention yet or an appearance. We’ll find out soon enough along with Mocha finally showing up. ¶