It seems that Chiya lost the precious crown hairclip that Anko usually wears. Of course, there is a story behind it as well.
At last, we see a flashback of Sharo’s and Chiya’s childhood. Yes, it’s obvious they are very close as she has the crown hairclip to Chiya. Yes, Chiya talked about wanting to rule the whole town after going up a hill to see the view of the whole town with Sharo. I must admit that this moment is cute and kind of reminds me of Karen and Hikari. After all, the hairclip that Chiya receives looks very similar to the one Karen usually wears.
From the looks of it, it seems that Chiya is trying to find it. After all, Anko usually wears this hairclip on its head and now it has gone missing. I wonder where did it went? Also, the funny thing is that Chiya’s class nominates Chiya as class president. I guess this doesn’t come at a huge surprise given her performance at the cultural festival. It’s obvious that Cocoa is rooting for her.
The funny thing is that Sharo at the same time received an endorsement for class president. Of course, Sharo comes in and finds Chiya trying to figure out her campaign speech, which she is not focusing on that much.
The next day, it seems that Rize wants to change her looks. She finds Chiya walking around and asks for advice. Yep, Chiya is trying to find a replacement crown hairclip, but couldn’t find the right one. The funny thing is that Rize asks for advice for an outfit that will make her look like an adult.
Chiya helped and the coordinate that she picked out for Rize was too good. Yes, to the point that Sharo didn’t recognize Rize. Of course, Rize gave some hints and Sharo eventually recognizes her. Still, it’s nice to see Roze see a comeback from the first season. Chiya and Sharo had Rize trick Chino, Cocoa, Megu, and Maya as well.
Surprisingly, Rize thought that Cocoa might have known after she put on her work uniform and answer Cocoa’s question on CQC perfectly. The thing that blows her cover is her taking the gun out when Chino father appears. Yep, Cocoa failed to realize Roze is Rize. Everyone else knew besides Chino and Cocoa but played along.
The funny thing is that Cocoa tries to pull the same thing as she pretends to be Mocha. As expected, she prompted to hug Rize before trying to do so with Cocoa. Yep, Cocoa’s wig fell off after she hugs Chino. Obviously, Chino had enough of Rize and Cocoa deceiving her and threatens to ban them from having any more snacks. Still, I kind of wish the actual Mocha will come to visit again.
In the second half, it seems that Chiya is working on her class president campaign. However, it appears that Chiya haven’t prepared her speech. Not to mention, Sharo’s wants to say that she withdrawal her consideration for class president, but she wasn’t able to. The old ladies came in and Cocoa helps Chiya serve the food. Sharo didn’t reveal her intensions until after Rize, Cocoa, and Chino left. It’s not until Chiya’s grandmother offering sweets buns to Sharo that she saw the hairpiece that Sharo gave to Chiya. Yep, she gives it back to Chiya.
As expected, Chiya is looking for that hairclip and Chiya’s grandmother surprises Sharo since she is wearing that hairclip. After all, Anko usually wears it. Either way, Chiya is happy and remembers it as the symbol of becoming a manager capable of world domination. Of course, Sharo didn’t give it for that reason. Sharo finally reveals that she withdrew her consideration for class president and tells Chiya to find it out herself.
The funny thing is when the inauguration party happened, Chiya is not class president. Sharo finds out that it’s not Chiya is not the class president, but the current class president. Chiya finally reveals that she dropped up as well since she lost sight of something very precious despite being next to her. That person is obviously Sharo of course.
The funny thing is that they both gave up for the same reason. If they managed to win the election, this would mean less time they can spend together. Either way, it’s yet a nice Sharo and Chiya episode despite rooting for Sharo and Rize. ¶