Towards the end of the first episode of Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai, Futaba and Sakuta began to discuss the reason behind Mai’s Puberty Syndrome – no one being able to see Mai. The second episode begins with Futaba further explaining this concept.
At a grocery store, Sakuta tests to see if other people can’t see Mai.
And then THIS HAPPENED!
We find out that Mai stopped acting due to her mother, who is also her manager.
In order to find out more about Mai (in order to help her!), Sakuta asked his acquaintance in the media industry about her. Unfortunately, Sakuta had to give an expose about his hospitalization incident in order to get information about Mai. Thankfully, Mai stopped the article about Sakuta being published.
Along the way to meeting Mai, Sakuta finds a lost little girl. He was going to help her find her mother, but Tomoe, a first year student at Sakuta’s high school, thinks Sakuta is trying to steal her. She kicks him, but after understanding the situation, realizes she was wrong – thus, Sakuta got to have his comeuppance.
Needless to say, Sakuta was late for his date with Mai.
On the train, Mai and Sakuta get closer.
Sakuta and Mai meet with Mai’s mom, and their worst thoughts are true – not even Mai’s mother remembers her. They have to solve Mai’s Puberty Syndrome before it’s too late…
Sakuta calls Kunimi and Futaba, and to his surprise, they both remember Mai! Unfortunately, the next day would be different.
After a long day of trying to find people who remember Mai (only Kunimi and Futaba), Mai and Sakuta go to sleep (in the same bed).
As the episode comes to a close, we can only hope that Sakuta, Kunimi, and Futaba don’t forget about Mai either.
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