As Golden Week approaches, Koyomi finally finishes the initial draft of the play script. How will Touko react?
It’s understandable why Koyomi is nervous since it’s her first time writing a play script. Somehow, Yuu wants to make copies so that she can share it with the student council for feedback. While Yuu shows Touko the draft script, Yuu becomes flustered when they are about to read it together. I guess she wants to resist the temptation and not give in to what Touko desires the most.
Either way, as for the play’s premise, it focuses on a girl who has amnesia who is visited by the people close to her. It’s surprising that Yuu is given the role as a nurse, which is a relatively minor role instead of her girlfriend.
Apparently, the role of the girlfriend of main character with amnesia is apparently Sayaka. It’s understandable since they are very close and almost look like a couple. Does Koyomi knows that Sayaka actually has a crush on Touko? Maybe not, but still, she has a good perception on everything. At least the lover isn’t a boy or there will be some uproar.
Still, Koyomi’s choice of lover did surprise Maki and Doujima. Otherwise, everyone seems okay with Koyomi’s choice. Either way, Riko seems to approve the idea of the student council holding a training camp for practice.
That night, Miyako seems to want Riko to give her affection. From the looks of it, it seems that Riko wants someone from her teacher group to help out. Still, the moment where Miyako tries to get Riko’s attention is nice.
As for the Golden Week break, Yuu spent her vacation time to herself instead with Touko. In short, she went out shopping for supplies for the camp with her old friend, Natsuki. At the café, Yuu shares her experiences with Touko hogging her time and the student council. It’s obvious that Natsuki wished that Yuu would go to the same school and play softball together. Still, she seems happy that Yuu has her hands full with student council work.
Meanwhile, it seems that while Touko had dinner with her parents, her father said Touko doesn’t have to force herself to do the play. Understandably, this upsets Touko. Maybe they are on to something with their daughter trying to be like their deceased older daughter, Mio. Thankfully, Touko manages to calm herself down by talking to Yuu, which she resisted. Of course, her temptation gives in.
While this episode serves as a build up to what will happen soon, we learn about that day. Touko still dreams about that day when her sister goes out to buy a bottle of soy sauce. She never returned home as she died in an accident as heard with the sound of sirens when Touko woke up.
It’s understandable that she never forgot that moment and dreams of it from time to time. This of course ties into the whole “dreaming about yourself in the mist of remembering something,” which is talked about in the beginning of the episode. After all, Touko never forgot that moment since she wants to become like her older sister. The question is, is she actually achieving that goal? She might not have the full picture of how her older sister is actually like. Not to mention, Koyomi had a hard time figuring the type of person Touko really is. Only Yuu and Sayaka knows Touko’s true personality.
Even so, neither Yuu, Sayaka and Koyomi knows what type a person Mio was. This leaves things about her as a mystery. We will find out soon enough.