Hello, and welcome to All Your Monies, where The Glorio Blog’s resident toy and figure collecting crew (and Aquagaze) will run down the last week’s new preorders, turning a loving or scathing eye over what’s been put out for you to spend your hard earned cash on. This week, it’s pretty much a pervert’s paradise,…
After running out on Sena, Kodaka can’t bring himself to return to the Neighbor’s Club. He passes time working for the Student Council, but it’s not long before Rika decides she’s had enough.
Rika gets sick from working too hard on the movie and is unable to finish it in time for the festival. Yusa discovers Sena is in the Neighbor’s Club and tries to find a way to shut it down.
After finding out Yozora plagiarized her movie script, the Club decides to go with a script written by Sena. In helping with the movie, Kodaka discovers just how hard Rika works for the good of the club.
The Neighbor’s Club begins filming their movie for the Cultural Festival. Kodaka begins to notice other people making strange comments about his relationship with Sena, including one of her jealous classmates.
Hello, and welcome to All Your Monies, where The Glorio Blog’s resident toy and figure collecting crew (and Aquagaze) will run down the last week’s new preorders, turning a loving or scathing eye over what’s been put out for you to spend your hard earned cash on. This week, Bandai takes over the feature and it’s AWESOME.
The Neighbor’s Club decides to make a movie for the cultural festival, so Yozora asks Kodaka to go see a real movie for “research”. She later pens the script for their film but the rest of the club is unhappy with their roles.
Kobato’s birthday is approaching and the girls try to parlay buying her a gift into a date with Kodaka. After partying with the Neighbor’s Club, Kodaka and Kobato find some surprise visitors waiting at home.
The Neighbor’s Club debates participating in the school festival. Sena proposes a maid cafe while Yozora suggests fortune telling. This does not end well.
Rika tries to get Yozora into Otome games with varying degrees of success. Later on she invents a “time machine” in an attempt to impress Kodaka.
Sena tries to lure Kobato with tickets to a theme park featuring a stage show based on her favorite anime. Yozora diffuses the situation by having the entire Neighbor’s Club make the trip.
Maria “runs away from home” and spends the night tormenting Kobato at the Hasegawa home. With exams over, Yozora decides to hold an after party for the Neighbor’s Club and Rika proposes a King’s Game.
The Neighbors Club has regrouped and it’s back to business as usual for Kodaka, Yozora, Sena and the rest of the crew. Will they finally figure out how to make friends or will they end up destroying each other in the process?