In the tenth episode of Bunny Girl Senpai, we return to Mai and her little sister’s dilemma – they switched bodies!
Mai’s little sister has always looked up and admired her older sister.
Mai’s little sister likes spending time with Sakuta…
YES! Kaede tries on her school uniform! She is getting closer to going back to school. Sakuta’s girls have definitely helped her feel more comfortable and confident again 🙂
Mai’s little sister has struggled keeping up with Mai’s perfection.
She wants to become a better pop idol though! She’s going to work hard on her craft.
Mai’s little sister feels pressure from her mother.
Sakuta’s father visits him! We learn that Sakuta’s mother and father abandoned him and Kaede after Kaede’s incident. But it seems like they still care for them.
The big day is here! Mai’s pop concert. Mai’s little sister and Sakuta cheer Mai and her idol members on.
Unfortunately, Mai is better at being an idol than her little sister too. And at the end of the concert, Mai achieves her little sister’s dream – receiving her own song. Poor sister.
Mai’s little sister is really sad, thinking about how she’ll never be as good as Mai. She runs into the ocean, but thankfully Sakuta is there to comfort her.
Mai’s little sister cries and explains how she feels.
Just then, Mai appears. Mai comforts her little sister. Mai’s little sister feels so much better, and, then, they switch! They’re back in their normal bodies. This incident of Puberty Syndrome is solved!!
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