The fourth episode of Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai begins with Kaede and her cat watching the morning news. It is Friday, June 27th.
It seems like a normal day.
We find out that Mai gave her first kiss to Sakuta on the train when she was invisible to him! (after he had fallen asleep and had forgotten her)
The next day seems like another normal day. But, it appears all too familiar to Sakuta…
To Sakuta’s surprise, today is the SAME as yesterday! He realizes that he is stuck in Friday, June 27th.
Thankfully, Futaba believes him and his predicament.
Futaba’s advice is to find the thing, or person, that changes during each repeated day.
And after much searching, Sakuta finds the difference – Tomoe, the first-year student who he kicked in the park.
At that same moment, a guy who likes Tomoe walks in. Tomoe, afraid to confront him and let him know that she doesn’t like him, convinces Sakuta to hide behind the teaching desk with her.
Unfortunately, Sakuta and Tomoe accidentally fall on top of each other, just before Mai walks into the room, creating a very awkward moment for Sakuta.
After talking it over with Futaba, Sakuta realizes that the day keeps repeating because of Tomoe’s avoidance of the guy’s confession.
The next day, Sakuta and Kunimi meet their new coworker at the restaurant they work at. Surprisingly, it’s Tomoe! And ever more surprising, Sakuta hears that Tomoe’s friends believe that he’s dating her!
After work, Sakuta finds out why Tomoe lied to her friends.
Sakuta agrees to “date” Tomoe for the rest of the first term.
Thankfully, the episode ends with Mai coming to Sakuta’s apartment, with a heart of forgiveness and understanding.
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