Look’s like his senpai is back, and she seems to pretty seriously concerned with conspiracies herself and mentioned something early in the episode about considering an offline gathering. Things aren’t looking too good if she’s planning on dragging Satou into her problems. He’s already far into it as it is, and if she drags him in any further, he might not be able to get out. We don’t see much of Misaki until the end, but I guess she’s feeling pretty guilty herself about leading Satou on about why she knows so much about him, and how something like that can fuel his paranoia, but she can also tell that he might be in for some trouble if he goes with his senpai. We’ll see if that is really true.
I was slightly surprised by how charming and confident Satou seemed after Hitomi woke up. I guess he had all night to rehearse his romantic speech. :)
Mikiyo said: This"offline meeting" is probably a bunch of freaks trying to suicide themselves, and senpai probably missunderstood Satou's heaven and hell speech. This is just my guessing anyway.
I hadn't thought of that. I guess she IS even more pyschologically disturbed than Satou and a happy ending between the two of them seems unlikely. (What about Misaki? What about Hitomi's rich boyfriend?)
Wow, a funny yet sad episode. I loved it. I really like Sempai's character, I can relate to her life and its pretty realistic. Poor Yamazaki, I was hoping he'd come through and just take sempai to the con, oh well. oh and poor misaki, I was really proud of Sato, for having the courage to talk to his sempai like that but I feel bad for Misaki. Didn't realize i could care about the characters so much. don't drink the kool-aid Sato!
Satou was talking about the summer vacation, like a trip or something, when he gave that speech, while Senpai though he meant that strange meeting, so we are expecting a major misunderstanding in the next episode.
I'm not a neko girl, I'm nyan-binary, hence the name
Yes I am an SJW.
No i will not scream at you for being a straight, white, cis, male.
I have important things to scream about and a finite amount of time in the day.
Feel free to talk to me, I only bite if you ask nicely :D
@Cyber no you're not. I loved this episode! So much more Hitomi makes me happy :D Wow, she's like a druggie ... :S Poor Hitomi though lol ... WTF was up with that guy she was "seeing"? O_O Lol D;
I like how she and Satou went off together lol :D Poor Yamazaki though lol XD I was like SHIP SHIP SHIP! Haha XD
I still love learning about their high school life for some reason lol :P
poor girl, once an ordinary student that has become a fanatical conspiricy theorist. That office meeting seems suspicious, and Satou's misunderstanding is gonna be his downfall. I sense intense action coming up.
TravSavage said: Ruh roh. Nothing good will come from this at all.
justinas said: It IS a suicide meeting. Am I really the only one who noticed the URL?
You really must have been because I sure didn't notice. Great perception!
I am so impressed...Blatantly spelling out foreshadowing really can be subtle. You totally rock?
This episode displeases me, though. Satou and his sempai could complement each other really well just bouncing conspiracies off of each other until they can barely handle anything. Looks like they're going straight to purple koolaid, though. D:
Please freak out in public more and don't leave Greg Ayres behind. </3
After putting this show on hold for months, I will say that this episode is good than the last episode I watched.
Can someone tell me why Senpai got a conspiracy? Need to refresh my memory.
I glad that he's done with the whole game. Tbh, that was a waste of time. Lol, at his moments.
Glad Satou chose Senpai than Misaki was liking misaki, but eh too much drama for her.