Now that Christmas is approaching, Tohru decides to do an activity at an elderly home. What kind of activity will they do?
With Tohru deciding to do an activity, she gathers her friends to help since Kobayashi is busy. They decided to perform a play on a Christmas classic, Little Match Girl. The auditioning process was hilarious, especially when Lucoa forces Shouta to audition for the leading role.
As expected, he becomes super embarrassed. I have to admit that it’s hard to tell if Shouta is a girl or not since his appearance looks feminine. In the end, everyone decided that Kanna will play the leading role. After all, it’s not surprising since Kanna is super adorable.
Aside from the rehearsals, which are hilarious in its own right, the big day has come. Kobayashi and her coworker went to see the play. As expected, the play is hilarious and is nothing like the original story. Well, it started off normal, until Shouta came to sell a hat to Kanna. Then Mr. Fafnir came to transform Kanna and Shouta into magical girls. This is where things got crazy.
Everyone saw this coming, except for Shouta becoming a magical girl. It seems that after everyone saw how cute Shouta is in girl’s clothing that they decided to do this. Not so surprising since Shouta looks adorable as a magical girl.
As for the rest of the story, Lucoa as a magical fairy fights with Mr. Fafnir. Afterwards, Kanna and Shouta goes to the burning mansion and runs into Elma. After meeting her, Tohru appears and fights against Elma in her dragon form. After a while, Kanna finishes Tohru off. As expected, the audience enjoyed the play given how exciting it is.
With that, I have to admit this is a fun episode. Aside from the play, Kobayashi and Tohru exchanging gifts. It’s funny how Kanna is trying to get Santa to come and give presents by using bright signs. Sadly, it seems that Kobayashi sneaking in Kanna’s gift didn’t go so well. When Kanna almost noticed her, Kobayashi had to hide. Hopefully this won’t burst Kanna’s dream of seeing Santa.
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