Since not everyone understood my last message from last week I will elaborate. Near the end of the end credits in every episode Chino will be in the cafe challenging the viewer to a game of rock-paper-scissors. She will have different hands every week so make sure to check out the credits or fast forward to the challenge.
With that taken care of, on to the episode.
An unintentional nod to this week’s Yuru Yuri perhaps?
Chino’s avant-garde drawing style.
Have I already mention how much of a Chiya fan I am? I have? Well it bears repeating.
Rize’s not only good at coffee art but drawing as well.
The first half of the episode’s good but it felt like the drawings are worth highlighting.
Your drawings are praiseworthy Chino but you still get a failing grade though it does rival Chinatsu’s artistic merits.
One could tell Maya was the most serious of the posse when it came to the art assignment. Also Michael Jackson is eternal thanks to her and other anime characters.
Chino’s dad’s cassette sparked the ballerina inside Megu. Very nice. Chino is saddened by her lack of physical prowess.
Thus she wanted to learn but found it much harder than expected.
All I could say here was “Why?”.
Sexy mom confirmed, OG is pleased. Also Cocoa’s body’s not fit for ballet it would seem.
Didn’t take long for the rest of our bunny overlords to join the fun.
The difference between pros and failures. Funny enough it’s from the show’s main couples.
I LOVE the music that plays when Sharo’s mesmerized by Rize. I don’t blame her. One day Sharo, one day. Even Megu’s Mom agrees they’re meant to be life partners.
In an amusing way this ended up becoming a Megu episode. No complaints here.
I got a draw and was surprised by the challenger.