From last time, the executives from Queen Records wanted to break up Ongaku Shoujo. Will the girls let them have their way?
As seen from last time, a scandal came out of a big misunderstanding jeopardizes Ongaku Shoujo’s future. Not only the executives saw the scandal as a bad thing, they don’t see the group becoming successful whatsoever.
Thankfully, the girls didn’t want to sit around and do nothing. After all, Hanako doesn’t want to see Ongaku Shoujo go away. It’s nice to see the girls get into the fighting spirit with raised fists for solidarity. Of course, the Producer stopped the conflict from swelling, for now at least.
I have a feeling that Queen Records is trying to split apart Ongaku Shoujo by trying to divide the group. They probably invited the members of H☆E☆S (Haru, Eri, and Sarasa) to Q Nation to accomplish this. While I haven’t watched the original animation which focused on them, it’s obvious that Haru, Eri, and Sara didn’t always get along.
Still, I think this is a ploy to get the original members to focus on their careers and forget about Ongaku Shoujo. Of course, this causes Eri and Haru to fight with each other since Eri is worried about the future of Ongaku Shoujo instead of focusing on her own unit. On the other hand, Haru doesn’t think it matters if it’s their group or Ongaku Shoujo. In other words, they started arguing with each other, which causes them to not get along with each other. With Sarasa stuck in the middle of the dispute, it’s easy to sympathize with her.
After hearing what happened, Hanako devises a plan to lure the two to make up with each other. Sadly, her plan got blown so easily by Haru. The girls are bad at hiding what they are trying to do. In short, the dispute between Haru and Eri got worse, thus leaving Sarasa at a big loss.
With that, Hanako does a lost ditch effort to try to mend the relationship between Eri and Haru. Hanako decides to sing to try to bring them back together. Sadly, it didn’t work. I guess Hanako’s tone-deaf singing had the opposite effect.
Thankfully, after a while, Haru, Eri and Sarasa went to the place where they used to practice before they became popular. They recalled their memories with that spot. In short, they made up with each other just like that. Sure, friends fight sometimes, but it does not always end with a breakup. It can make their friendship stronger when they make up.
In the end, Kotoko tries to set things right by convincing Queen Records to change their mind. Yes, she went overboard by telling them if they attract 10000 people at the festival. If they are successful, Queen Records will have to overturn their decision and possibly give them a spot at Q Nation.
Sure, Kotoko went overboard again, but as the saying goes, desperate times calls for desperate measures. In order to fight for the future of Ongaku Shoujo, this offer seems reasonable. The question is, will they make it? We have to wait and see.
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This was the weakest episode of the show. H.E.S., especially Haru and Eri, weren’t used to the potential they showed in the OVA. As a friend of ours said though, the rest of the show was very good so it can be forgiven.
The girls fighting for their careers was tense.
While I haven’t seen the OVA, I can see why this episode doesn’t live up to expectations since their fighting resolved just like that. Still, it’s quite funny how Hanako’s terrible singing had somewhat an effect, but hopefully it will get better for obvious reasons.