Now that SplaSoda made it to the goal of 100,00 yells, the pressure is on Shiori, Uta, and Mako. As expected, things are not going so well with all the fighting between Shiori and Uta.
From the last episode, it’s obvious that SplaSoda has quite literally made a splash. To make up the small shortfall of yells, they simply pulled a prank on poor Nagisa. Of course, it’s all staged, but it’s enough to push them over the finish line.
With only three days remaining, Shiori’s team is the only one that haven’t made it pass the goal of 100,000 yells. They currently only have 28255 yells. Yikes, they are at risk of facing elimination from the competition. From last time, things are obviously not going well. The good news is that they already came up with a unit name, GapCaps. Of course, we also learn more about Shiori, Uta, and Mako in the interview.
After SplaSoda performed, it seems that Shiori and Uta is in a big disagreement. Shiori wants to wait until the last day so they can have a perfect performance. On the other hand, Uta has a sense of urgency as she wants to do the performance now. She fears of falling short of the goal if they don’t receive at least 71745 yells with no time to make up the shortfall if they leave things to the last minute. Things don’t get any better after SplaSoda made up the small yell shortfall as Shiori insists on practicing even more. Yep, she is a perfectionist, more so than Hiromi who hates losing.
Eventually, things got so bad on the last day that things get a bit personal. Their last practice was becoming unproductive. Of course, Mako who is usually carefree is losing control of the situation as Uta and Shiori keeps arguing with each other. Eventually, Mako loses her cool and decides to leave while saying they may as well drop out altogether. She is about to throw in the towel, until that call with her parents.
It’s obvious that Shiori and Uta doesn’t want that to happen, so I guess they need to make up. After all, while Mako asks for advice from Rena, I guess Rena’s advice won’t help since she views Suzune as a rival. They also performed their parts as solos. Then again, I am not so sure about that if Suzune manages to defrost her eventually. Not to mention, Mako views Uta and Shiori as her second family as she used to this kind of stuff taking care of her younger brothers and sisters.
After Mako walked out, she eventually called her parents. It seems that things are going well at home despite Mako struggling to gain control of the situation with Uta and Shiori. After hearing some encouragement from her siblings, she is not going to give up yet. As expected, Uta and Shiori are afraid of sharing the fact that they might not make it.
During the morning of the last day, Mako went to a shrine alone. Sumipanda is probably enjoying the drama from Shiori’s team as she finds an empty practice room. Shiori and Uta eventually finds Mako at the shrine. Of course, Mako knows how talented Shiori and Uta are, but they need to get along. Yep, she whipped them into shape. No more laid back Mako anymore!
In the end, they finally performed. Thankfully, their performance was good enough that they instantly made up the shortfall and blew pass the goal in second place. Even after their performance, Uta and Shiori ends up bickering with each other again. I guess Mako needs to whip them in shape again as the second round of the finals begins. Also, Suzune really needs to stop helping the other groups if she and Rena wants to win.
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