Apparently, someone has a huge crush on Satou. How will she react?
Satou goes to work and something is bothering her regarding Shio. She notices that Shoko is absent and she is working with Suu. When Shuu messes up at work, Satou tries to fix her mistake. After work, Satou noticed something funny. Suu suddenly confessed and revealed that she wants to be like Satou. She also admits to pry into Satou’s private life in a pursuit to be like her. This causes Satou to have a feeling of bitterness.
Satou decides to take advantage of Suu’s feelings as she starts kissing her. However, she didn’t let Suu off the hook as she tells her not to pry into her life ever again. However, this came at a price since Satou now have feelings of guilt for betraying Shio. When she returns home, she finds Shio on the ground in pain. She wonders if it’s her fault. Satou eventually admits to cheating on Shio even if she didn’t love Suu, who she confessed love to. Shio eventually forgives Satou saying that she loves Satou more than her family.
Meanwhile, Shoko visits Taiyou’s house for a study session. While she is waiting for him, she fell into his room by accident. She becomes shocked by the posters containing pictures of a little girl. Taiyou came in and cleans up the room. When she accidentally steps on one of the posters, he freaks out. He eventually accuses Satou for being a kidnapper. However, Shuko doesn’t believe him and calls him an idiot. She eventually runs into Asahi, who is the person that is responsible for putting up the posters.
It’s obvious that Suu have feelings for Satou. Of course, they are at obsessive levels. She doesn’t have just a huge crush on her, she wants to be like her. She has the same bag and decorations, underwear, handkerchief, socks, and makeup. If she can, she would probably have plastic surgery and dye her hair pink. Either way, having someone trying to be like you is just plain creepy.
Of course, Satou is reminded by her aunt’s words. With that, she decides to kiss and confess to Suu even if she doesn’t love her. I don’t know if this was the right decision even if Shio doesn’t notice. Still, cheating on the person you love is probably one of the most immoral things to do. The only difference is Satou does it to someone she doesn’t even love. Doing it to avoid confrontation in the short-term is not worth it.
Thankfully, Satou seems to realize that cheating on someone and lying to the one you love the most is the worst crime she can commit in her eyes. Sure, she did a lot of bad things such as murder. However, she believes that doing things like confessing to someone she doesn’t like is worse. Thankfully, Shio easily forgives her. This is understandable given how messed up her family is. As seen from a flashback, Shio have with her mother not letting her go outside and punishing her.
Lastly, the exchange between Taiyou and Shoko is, well creepy. This is not surprising since he is basically a pedophile and accuses Satou for kidnapping Shio. There is no way Shoko will believe his accusations. She eventually runs into Asahi seeing him carry all those posters, which complicate things further. This makes me wonder how she will react to all this confusion.
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Not as epic of a confrontation as I had hoped but the outcome more than made up for it. Interested in seeing more from Suu.
Satou was in quite the pickle afterward but luckily both Shio and her were able to calm down, patch things up and grow stronger as a couple.
Let’s hope Shoko will remain moderately sane.
Yes, indeed, but it’s definitely something and Sumire must liked it, excluding the being scolded part about prying into Satou’s personal life.
Thankfully, Shio is understanding given that her family is worse. Hopefully their bonds will grow stronger. But yes, it seems that Shoko is finally realizing her peers aren’t so normal as she thought at first.