In the second episode of A Sister’s All You Need, Itsuki is acting out a part in his new novel. Unfortunately, although this novel-prep is normal amongst other novelists, it can be a little embarrassing in front of others.
Even Haruto runs into Itsuki at an awkward time.
We find out a little bit more of how Itsuki met Miyako in college.
Unfortunately, it didn’t go off on the best foot forward. Itsuki said some mean words which Miyako didn’t tolerate. But, this first encounter spearheaded into a great friendship between the two.
Itsuki dropped out of college midway in order to fully pursue his novelist career. This decision hurt Miyako’s heart, but she tried not to show it.
While Miyako and Nayuta hang out together, we learn that Nayuta suffered from a very lonely, dark, and cold childhood.
But, Senpai’s novels saved her and her heart.
As novelists, it’s important to keep in touch with your fans. Haruto is the king of social media selfies.
Because of his busy schedule, Haruto’s younger sister wishes she could spend more time with him – but she only hints this through an angered facade.
The ending of the second episode of A Sister’s All You Need is filled with a mixture of sadness, aspiration, and reality: Itsuki monologues how we search and try so hard for something, while other people already have it, and don’t realize how special it truly is.
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