From last time, Misha has locked herself in her mother’s studio because she saw someone enter it. Will Tsubame find a way to calm Misha down?
With Misha upset and locking herself in her mother’s studio, it seems that I am right about why Tsubame took the blame. It seems that Yui and Mimika wanted to tell the truth about accidentally entering the room. However, Midori tells them not to since Misha is so upset that she won’t calmly listen to what they said. It’s understandable since if they told the truth, Misha would probably sever their friendships, which is not good.
Thankfully, Mimika and Yui eventually told the truth. It’s obvious that Misha figured out that Tsubame never entered the room judging from the footprint. In fact, she is not mad at them, but upset at herself for having the sleepover end like this.
Even so, it seems that despite Misha’s father coming home, he finally reveals why Misha views that room as holy. Apparently, the room he mentions is the studio of her deceased mother, which she spends most of time working on art. Misha has memories of playing with her mother there. Since her father never told his daughter that her mother will never come back after death, Misha spent time there every day thinking her mother will come back.
I guess it’s a good thing for Tsubame to tell Misha that her mother isn’t in that room. While Tsubame wanted to quit being a maid for doing that, thankfully Midori is there to snap her out of it. After all, running away and giving up on someone you have a crush on is not a good proposition.
Tsubame eventually shares her story about her father and why she became a JSDF pilot to Misha. It’s obvious that Tsubame looks up to her father, although she wants girly dolls like most girls her age would. When her father passed away, her mother told a lie that her father is up in the sky. In short, she trained hard to become a pilot so she can see her father just to find out that he isn’t there.
If you are wondering why she ended up quitting, it’s obvious why. She lost vision in her right eye. She felt like she lost everything. It’s not until she found Misha that she finds something that means a lot to her.
Sure, Misha feels sympathetic to Tsubame since she lost almost everything. In a way, she also realizes her situation is better than Tsubame’s. If Misha’s mother is still alive, she would be happy that her daughter is making friends and having fun with them. Not only that, she also has Tsubame, who genuinely cares about her like any mother would, creepiness aside.
After she opens the shades and bring Tsubame into the room, at last, Tsubame past her first hurdle. Yes, she manages to defrost Misha, at least for the most part. Despite defrosting, Misha still refuses to marry Tsubame, no matter how many times she asks. In other words, Tsubame has a very long way to go before that ever happens.
While the lolicon age gap yuri thing is kind of creepy, if you can look past it, Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiruis a fun show. It’s quite amazing how mature Misha is given the age she is. Although Misha is harsh towards Tsubame, it’s obvious that she sees her relationship with her more of a mother and daughter relationship with her opposed to a romantic one.
But aside from that, Midori is a nice addition to the cast. Sure, she is a hopeless romantic as she will never give up her love towards Tsubame. Even so, she has an entertaining personality that works well with the comedy. Like with Happy Sugar Life, this show is not for everyone because of the age gap thing. For those who don’t mind, you might enjoy it for the comedy it brings.