So Yozora’s been caught red-handed plagiarizing Boys Over the Slope and everyone isn’t too happy about it. So they decide to start from scratch. Luckily, Sena prepared a script herself on the off-chance that Yozora’s fell through.
This new movie has everything Magic witches, Samurai doing Dragon Ball Z-style attacks, BL. It’s basically what would happen if you let someone with a hyperactive imagination write a story. Anyway, as Kodaka accompanies Rika to her lab so they can add CGI to their film, Rika notes how it has been around 122 days since they first met. She only remembers the date, but hasn’t been counting the days.
Even though Rika did this kind of thing before, this was actually the first time she did it with people her own age. The next day, the festival starts and the club decides to check out the film done by Kobato’s class. It’s a silent movie that has a story that’s based from the story of Kaguya-hime.
The movie turns out to be a big hit amongst the viewers, considering Kobato is gaining herself a fanbase across the school, much to her dismay. Her classmates wanted to be friends with her, but she just gives them the cold shoulder. Huh, just like her brother. Oh and speaking of film, Sena wrote a role in her script which Kodaka acted as a stand-in for Kobato and they have to film it over.
The next day, it turns out Yozora really hates the student council president, Hinata Hidaka, for being a real-lifer. Anyway, Kodaka meets with Rika on the rooftop and she calls him out on him being distant from the others. As he walks away, Rika says something that we can’t hear over the wind, but Kodaka did and realizes what she meant…
Huuuuh? Why the sudden seriousness? I don’t know, but I hope this gets resolved soon… 😦