After brushing her hair, Misha impresses her class by showing how cute she is. However, one of her classmates becomes jealous of her. I wonder why?
Believe it or not, we are introduced to another of Misha’s classmates. Her name is Morikawa Yui. Her personality kind of reminds me of a younger version of Yazawa Nico since she cares about being cute and popular. She enjoys having pictures taken of her, which is quite concerning for obvious reasons. Clearly, she is jealous of Misha ever since she returned to school and stole everyone’s attention. It’s not so surprising given Misha’s flowing blonde hair and the cute clothing she used to wear.
While Misha spends her day with Mimika, Yui interrupts it. It’s funny how Misha surrenders and say that Yui is cuter. However, this doesn’t satisfy Yui and she challenges Misha to a cuteness competition. This involves them buying cute clothing and accessories to determine who is the cutest. Yui also picks Mimika to be the judge. Of course, Misha is at a huge advantage since she has 20,000 yen compared to Yui’s 512. Thankfully, Tsubame is there to help Misha out.
The funny thing is that the outfit choice Tsubame and Mimika helped picked out is cuter than Yui’s outfit. It’s not too surprising since Yui’s choice in fashion seems forced with too many frills. There is no wonder why Mimika declared Misha as the winner.
Tsubame improves Yui’s appearance by fixing her ribbons, removing her knee socks, and reducing the number of bracelets and scrunchies. Yui seems to like her new look. After all, quality is better than quantity. As Tsubame says it, organizing your attacks is better than a free for all. As Tsubame says, frills aren’t everything. It’s not surprising since she made the dress Mimika wore last time and Misha thought it looks cute on her. Either way, it seems that Yui now views Tsubame as her master.
The funny thing is that Yui finds out the person who keeps asking for a low angle shot is an actual lolicon. Thanks to Tsubame explaining what a low-angle shot is, Yui manages to get that man arrested. He deserved it.
The second half focuses on the sports festival. I find it funny how Mimika tried to drink a lot of iced coffee so she can catch a cold. I don’t think you can catch colds that way. Either way, I find it funny how Yui managed to sprain her ankle not once, but twice thanks to a black cat. In other words, Yui had Tsubame take her place.
Given Tsubame’s strength, everyone thought she will bring the red team a win. Sure, she puts the white team at a huge disadvantage. Even with a handicap, she will manage to pull a win. Who said there is no such thing as an ace? In this case, Tsubame is one, except for one event. That is the three-legged race.
When it comes to the three-legged race, Misha seems horrified that she has to do it with Tsubame. It’s understandable since she has to work with Tsubame to pass through the finish line. Despite Tsubame running at the same speed as Misha instead of using brute force, they managed to get third place. Sure, this disappoints Misha, but for Tsubame, running with her and passing the finish line together matters more.
While the red team came up short to winning, it seems that Tsubame enjoyed herself. Misha’s father thought it was a good race too. Either way, if Misha wants to win next time, I guess its time to start with the stamina training. I guess Tsubame can happily help with that.