Welcome to the Lost and Found, our brand new convoluted question and answer segment where we tackle the most pressing issues from our past month’s search terms.
Yuuki has to find Chisato, but this puts him at risk of disqualification. Will our hero make it in time? I hoped to God no, but sadly my prayers went unanswered.
Yuuki learns the truth about the dealings with the Public Safety Commission, and then apparently has a major head injury and forgets that Chisato is a crazy bitch. Yeah, I’m kinda bitter about this episode, what of it?
After the most forced dramatic turns into the stupidest payout, my patience is wearing thin. However, with Yuuki’s capture by the Public Safety Commission, we might end up actually having some enjoyable drama.
After a trip around trauma lane, it’s back to politics as usual. Yuuki’s got a lot of catching up to do, but with the kind of platform any kid could get behind (AKA the screw responsible financing, I need to make candy platform), it looks like the presidency might be in his grasp after all.
Yuuki narrowly avoids comedy misunderstandings by hiding in his rival’s room. While one member of the quantum-harem gets friendzoned, Satsuki tries to get closer in order to learn more about her estranged sister.
The gang take a quick break from election action as the primaries are finally over. As everyone starts to relax, the story’s harem roots take back control as Yuuki gets to have inappropriate moments with three of the girls.