It’s been a while as the girls finally change their casual outfits. Of course, the question remains, as Rie put it, is the “Industrial Waste” team doomed or can they make a break they are looking for.
Apparently, things aren’t going well as Rie messes up a recording for a background character role for a generic isekai show. It’s not too surprising since she doesn’t have much experience. Still, it’s funny to see her revert to her Chuunibyou self as Haruna struggles to understand what she is saying. Of course, Haruna understands Rie’s struggles as she had many do-overs.
Apparently, Misaki has an announcement to make to the girls. Either way, it’s obvious that everyone has new outfits to start off the second half. It appears that Rie and Mei toned down their outfits for obvious reasons. After all, they aren’t sitting around and doing nothing now.
So, what is Misaki’s announcement anyway? Apparently, she received news that the second season of Bloom Ball is green lit and there are auditions for additional teams. This leaves the three remaining teams the opportunity land in a role.
With that, can the “Industrial Waste” team turn things around? It seems that they have problems of their own as Satori and Rinne gets into an argument over Rinne eating her food. Of course, it doesn’t get any better as they bicker over their daily routines and what they eat every day. Eventually, Satori calls Rinne stupid, which made matters worse. Either way, it looks like they aren’t getting along and are complete opposites. At some point, Rie shouted to break up the fighting after she had enough.
With that, the audition involves saying their introductions from the script and doing their free talk. It’s obvious the two groups did for their free talk given their current work. As for the “Industrial Waste” team, while things started great, Rie messed up her final line.
Of course, they get into an argument over their introductions sucking that devolved into Satori and Rinne calling each other stupid over their routines. That is before Rie decides to yell to break up the arguing. Of course, it was their free talk all along, but made believable. Believe it or not, it’s part of the school team’s description all along.
In the end, it seems that their faux argument worked all along. Sure, Satori doesn’t like how much of a ditz she is, but at least they somehow made a break. They got the role. With that, at least they aren’t the “Industrial Waste” team anymore. I guess fooling everyone did the trick, which makes me wonder how they will fare in the future.