Now that Kanon now have her heart set on becoming a school idol, she wants to make it happen. Of course, Hazuki is not having any of it.
As expected, Keke tried to turn in the club application for a School Idol Club. As expected, Hazuki rejected it discriminately. What surprises me is that she does not point out that Keke didn’t have 5 members. She just rejected it because she believes that school idols shouldn’t exist at the academy.
To me, Hazuki is being harsher than Eli, Dia, and Nana Setsuna combined. She doesn’t want one to exist at all since it will ruin the school’s reputation. Of course, she is trying her hardest not to allow Keke to get her way. Sure, Keke is so adamant in making her school idol dreams with Kanon a reality that she wants to change schools. Of course, that is not going to work. Kanon isn’t going to quit her school since it’s unrealistic.
Keke and Kanon decides to a Hail Mary. The last thing they tried is stage a protest. Of course, the school director eventually finds out about it allows Keke and Kanon to form the club under one condition. They have to win first place in a School Idol festival competition. Sure, Hazuki seems annoyed that her mother lectures her into not allowing general students to form their music related clubs. Eventually, she will give in. They all do.
With that, Kanon and Keke receives some training from Chisato. Yep, we find out that while Keke has the enthusiasm to become a school idol, she lacks stamina. Thankfully, she gets better with some intense training. Still, it’s quite amazing how she has the lyrics for the song already written, but in Chinese. I guess it shouldn’t be that hard to translate since Kanon’s father is a translator. Still, it’s good that everything is coming together.
Aside from that, it seems that the next episode will face a delay by two weeks for the Olympics, the same with episode 6. That is, if the Olympics gets cancelled, which they should or at least delay it again.