Somehow, Sayu wants to go to the main campus to spy on Stella Maris. This makes you wonder, is this a good idea?
From last time, it’s obvious that Sayu wants to win Prism Stage. With that, she wants to spy on Stella Maris and see how they train. After all, nobody knows how the idol club trains on the main campus. The thing is that there is a lot of security to hide their competitive advantage. The funny thing is that Sayu and her friends manages to sneak in without security detecting them. It’s not too surprising since their uniforms are mostly the same. Not only that, Kae came crazy prepared by upgrading her IPP glasses with a spy apparatus to help find the training facility.
Either way, they finally split up. Kasumi find first signs of idols from feeling the ground before throwing a rock at a wall. It seems that they are not the only one that came up with the same idea. It’s another idol group, Tetrarkhia consisting of Bando Mikuru, Nishidate Haku, Haeno Akari and Shirokita Kuroha.
While they feel more like a girl’s rock band opposed to idols, they fight over who is the leader. I find it funny how each girl introduced themselves as a leader when there can only be one. I find it hilarious how they fight over the position shortly afterwards. When Kasumi and Kae tried to leave, Mikuru won’t let them. She decides to challenge Kasumi in a challenge.
Also, it seems that Minori and Mizuha also sneaks in since they became worried about the others. Eventually, security chases after them because Mizuha wasn’t wearing a school uniform, making it easy to become detected. I wonder why she has to wear traditional Japanese clothing when she knows that there is security. They eventually lost the security guard as they sneak into a garden where three girls are having a tea party.
Minori didn’t realize that they are having tea with an idol group named Trois Anges. The group consists of Shiatori Amaha, Hokaze Kanade and Himura Nagisa. They are surprisingly nice despite Mizuka and Minori are intruders. Minori is happy to have tea with an idol group that placed 2nd place in a previous Prism Stage. I find it funny how Amaha, Kanade and Nagisa heardd gossip regarding KiRaRe and intensive training Minori and Mizuha jokes about training with bears and goblins as Nagisa freaks out. At least they give a good laugh as Nagisa’s face blushes red.
Meanwhile, Sayu and Mana finally found the training facility where the idols train on the main campus. Of course, there is no cell signal, which shows how secure the facility is. Obviously, the school wants to keep their training methodology a secret. While they observe the girls practicing, it seems that a certain someone shows up. Yes, it’s Sango. I find it funny how Sayu continues her fight against Sango from what happened last time. When Ruka saw Sayu and Sango, she gives Sango a death stare before she carries her away.
Lastly, Mana met with her older sister Aone again. Aone congratulates her for KiRaaRe making it to the finals and look forward to see their performance next time. When she asks Mana if she will return to the main campus, she reveals that she doesn’t intend to. After all, she made new friends there and want to achieve the idol dream over there. Not only that, she has strong bonds with Sayu, so I highly doubt she will she her that easily. Either way, it’s nice to see Aone realize her younger sister grew stronger.
In the end, Sayu and her friends spy mission didn’t bring back anything new. It’s not too surprising since what the girls doing there is ordinary training. As they return home, I find it funny how the security officer is chasing after Tetrarkhia. I guess their outfits made it easy for them to get detected. Still, I highly doubt they will make it to Prism Stage since they are from the same region as KiRaRe.