After we learn more about why Hime and Mitsuki hate each other after that private talk, things get worse.
Last time, we discovered why Mitsuki hates Hime, and Hime hates Mitsuki. Mitsuki thought that Hime betrayed her because she quit playing the piano. On the other hand, Hime believes that Mitsuki betrayed her because Mitsuki called her out as a liar when Hime is doing this to protect Mitsuki from being bullied by those girls. This could have been prevented if Hime had been upfront with Mitsuki about her actions and stopped telling lies.
On the other hand, it’s surprising that they still feel bitter about what happened several years ago. Mai doesn’t know why Mitsuki and Hime are suddenly acting so strangely. We see a glimpse of how Mitsuki felt when she saw Hime. Mitsuki still feels terrible over treating Hime terribly and wants to start over with a clean slate. That is what she thought when she wondered why Hime was doing and working at the café.
Mitsuki was really hopeful that Hime had changed and thought as she blushed. But, sadly, she became bitter as she noticed that Hime hadn’t changed a single bit as she messed up and did not even follow the theming of the café. Mitsuki eventually becomes bitter toward Hime since Hime doesn’t recognize her. Thus, we see Hime resentful, especially after she finds out she was working with Mitsuki all along.
Sumika eventually notices that Hime and Mitsuki are not getting along with each other. Mitsuki is hopeful she can do her job despite her disagreements with Hime. Then, of course, the customers notice that the sisters are acting. Well, not that close as Sumika doesn’t know what to do as she steps in and has Mitsuki teach her how to hold the trencher. That is when Hime and Mitsuki start to resent each other as Hime says, “Older sister doesn’t care about me one bit.” We are in the sisters fighting arc, especially when Mitsuki accidentally goes out of character.
Either way, things can’t keep on going on this as Mitsuki voices her grievances over Hime to Sumika. Sumi warns her about her attitude issues; she can’t keep relying on them forever. Either way, things can’t keep on going like this as Hime wants to talk things over with Hime again before they practice how to act. After all, if this keeps going, they have to end the Schwestern relationship. Is this what Mitsuki really wants? That is why Hime intends to give up on this.
This is where we find out why Hime and Mitsuki hate each other. Mitsuki insists on continuing the Schwestern thing, and Hime tells her, “If she hates it so much, why quit?” Mitsuki brings up the past over Hime ditching her promise to play together at the piano recital as she calls her a liar.
Hime tells her up front that she is a liar and would never betray Mitsuki, and she starts crying for real. After all, Hime did what she did to protect Mitsuki, but Mitsuki betrayed her. Mitsuki didn’t know what Hime was saying before getting that feeling for her until a guy knocked at the door asking for her umbrella. Hime couldn’t share that she did it to protect Mitsuki from those girls that bullied her. This makes this situation unresolved.
Eventually, they practiced and got down the acting well for tomorrow’s event. Sadly, Mai probably has to change plans the next day as the customers believe that Mitsuki is forcing Hime to be Schwestern.
Maybe Kanako has something to do with this. It becomes apparent as she grabs Hime’s hands and is happy to go home now. But, on the other hand, maybe Kanako has to do with recording what Hime and Mitsuki were saying in the hallway. After all, Kanako has a crush on Hime.
With that, I’m unsure if Hime should trust Kanako as she took secret photos of her. Just saying. Besides Hime’s cuteness, Mitsuki and Kanako are deeply flawed in one way or another. They are still holding grudges for what happened in elementary school because of some misunderstanding. Also, you have Kanako trying to curb stomp Mitsuki as Hime faces another moment of people saying bad things about Mitsuki. So, Kanako can tell Hime to ditch her Schwestern with Mitsuki so she can fall in love with Kanako instead.
Either way that is what makes the relationship dynamics so interesting in this show. I believe that things will work out in the end. The thing is, can Hime finally shed light on why she did what she did? We’ll have to wait and see next time.
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