Kaguya Shinomiya and Miyuki Shirogane like each other, but their personalities have caused them to be trapped by their collective embarrassment and egos into an incredibly ludicrous game of romantic brinkmanship. It’s pretty darn cute.
HNNNNNNNNNNG…. sorry what?… you need a recap? Kana Hanazawa’s Shiori voice. Enough said.
Keima’s next target is Yui. Her dominant personality goes at ends with Keima’s style, so he has to change things up in order to get her heart.
Hachiman and the gang have to pitch in to help the Athletics Festival. It is largely uneventful .
While the festival winds down, Sagami has gone missing. Yukino has to run interference while Hachiman goes on the hunt. After finding her, is there really any way to protect Yukino’s promise to help her as chairman? Does she even deserve it?
The school festival is getting started, and in contrast to most every other episode, almost none of the actual prep is shown. Instead, committee politics is the name of the game this week.
Recap: After swimsuit shenanigans, Hachiman comes up with a plan to help Rumi… by showing her the harshness of reality?
Recap: When Ian and Utchy discover one of Souji’s friends has a crush on him, they decide to play matchmaker for the unknowing couple
MISUNDERSTANDINGS! That’s the name of the game this week, and unfortunately where I would expect a show like SNAFU to lampoon such a tired romcom trope, it simply seems to want nothing more than to pay homage to it. Also, if your leash cannot contain a 20 pound dachshund, I think it’s time to consider getting a new one.
Recap: Hachiman finds his friends doing a study group without him when he gets roped into helping out a delinquent classmate at the behest of his sister’s friend.
This week, the gang is called upon to clear up a nasty chain letter about the friends of popular everyman Hayama.
Hachiman once again espouses the virtues of being a lone wolf… despite the fact he actually is starting to form a social circle. The irony is not lost on Yui, but she doesn’t seem to mind. After bringing an effeminate tennis player to the club to help him out, the gang gets in a heated game of tennis that clearly does not care for quality action shots or actually abiding by the rules.
Haruka and Manabe’s relationship begins to heat up as Yuriko tries to help the couple get closer. Unable to control her jealously as she looks on, Moritani decides to take action.
Word spreads about Haruka’s power and she finds herself recruited by the president of the ESP Research Club. She joins the club along with Manabe, but the club president may have an agenda of her own.