Sophie and Ellie decide to go a cultural festival. Also, Akari, Hinata and Sophie happen to meet a mysterious girl who is taking pictures in front of Sophie’s mansion.
Sophie and Ellie decide to go to the cultural festival at Akari’s school. They enjoyed the festivities together after Hinata and Akari eventually finishes their shifts. The next evening, they found a boyish looking girl taking pictures of Sophie’s mansion. After they fed her some food, she revealed that she is a vampire hunter. Once Ellie and Sophie found out, they pretended to act like humans. While the vampire hunter didn’t notice, she finally notices when Sophie picks up and hand her the charm that fell to the ground. Despite this, she decides to do nothing and bid farewell.
At last, Sophie experiences an actual cultural festival. I find it hilarious how a bug hitting Ellie knocks her out. Somehow, I find it funny how Ellie regains her energy after seeing other lively girls just like that.
I have to admit that Hinata looks cute in a maid outfit as her class worked in a maid café of some sort. So much that Sophie and Ellie want to take a picture of her. As for Akari, she did a doll display. I find it funny how Sophie becomes creeped out by it and that when she sat down, everyone thought that she was a doll.
The moment that took the cake is Ellie taking Hinata into a haunted house. The funny thing is that while Hinata becomes scared, Ellie is excited. She decided to sit down, which causes one of the students tell her not to do so. Still, it’s nice to see Sophie and Akari run into Yamada and her younger sister. It’s funny how Yamada spoils her little sister, which gets Akari jealous since she can’t do the same for Sophie. Then again, Sophie probably doesn’t like taking baths together and would rather not have Akari brush her hair.
As for the second half, it’s surprising that a vampire hunter will show up and it happens to be a tomboyish girl. Yes, her short hair makes her look like a boy. Either way, I find it funny how she wants to vanquish a vampire because a vampire attacked her great-great-great-great-grandfather and turned him into a vampire. Yes, he was complaining about how he wasn’t turned into a vampire when he was younger. This reminds me of that vampire family that Sophie mentioned in one of the earlier episodes.
Either way, I find it funny how Ellie and Sophie manage to behave like humans, despite the vampire hunter girl becoming suspicious. Ellie’s reaction when she tries to eat a rice ball was hilarious. I liked how the vampire hunter went into Sophie’s room and saw a coffin. Somehow, Sophie manages to mistaken the coffin as being a thing that protects her dakimakura. That was a close call.
Sadly, Sophie unintentionally reveals that she is a vampire when she hands something to the hunter. Thankfully, the vampire hunter girl didn’t see Sophie as a threat and bids farewell. It’s not too surprising given that Sophie wouldn’t attack anyone. At least Akari and Sophie should feel relieved that she doesn’t have to fear a hunter trying to vanquish her.
As for the last part, Akari and friends go to a bath. It’s interesting that while vampires don’t like baths, Sophie and Ellie are apparently okay with showers. Also, Hinata manages to become jealous at Akari when she washes Ellie. I guess Hinata either want to wash Ellie or have Akari wash Hinata. Akari offered, but Hinata becomes flustered and refused. Either way, it’s nice that Ellie and Sophie are getting used to bathing in a bath little by little, especially when they do it together with their friends. ¶