After the parade Sawako’s father struggles with the idea of his daughter getting a boyfriend and eventually getting married, ironically at the same time she makes her way to the after party with Kazehaya, while Ayane and Chizu act out what they think they’re doing.
On the night before the parade Sawako receives Kazehaya’s message and when how a girl likes his friend Andy comes up, she tells them that they would look good together. Giving her that extra bit of confidence.
Was kind of waiting for a raw to pop up without the earthquake warning, but that said, doesn’t Kimi ni Todoke only air on NTV? So that may have taken a bit too long.
After hearing Kazehaya tell him why he loves Sawako, Ryu told Sawako where he was and refuses to tell Ayane and Chizu how he knew this. Inside the school Sawako makes it to the doorway but can’t move any further, resolving to tell him how she feels.
In the build up to the festival, Sawako has been researching things for the Black Magic Cafe when Arai Pin to see how things are going and to tell her to get the others working as well, as while he didn’t care about it at first, there’s now high class sushi at stake. Other than that he leaves her telling her that Kazehaya isn’t as good as she thinks he is.
The preparations for the festival still appear to be going well but Sawako still hasn’t returned, elsewhere however Ryu bumps into Kazehaya and decides to ask him what happened. To him it’s like he was rejected and that all the things he did were just annoying her.
Seeing Sawako crying in front of Kento causes Kazehaya to lash out at him, demanding to know just what he did to make her cry.
Once their midterms are over everyone is thankful for Sawako’s study sessions, feeling that they wouldn’t have done as well without them, at the same time she also appears to have become quite popular.