In the 8th episode of Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai, we find Sakuta, Mai, Futaba and Kaede all enjoying a nice breakfast together. Still, though, they are concerned about Futaba’s Puberty Syndrome (there are two Futabas currently!).
Unfortunately, Mai’s agency is forbidding Mai from publicly dating Sakuta.
Sakuta rides to school with Futaba #2.
Futaba’s Puberty Syndrome could be caused by her lack of affection for herself.
To their surprise, Futaba’s lewd social media profile is going viral amongst the student body, and creepy guys are reaching out to her aggressively. Save her Sakuta!!
Sakuta and Futaba race back to Futaba’s home (which is amazing!).
Sakuta, Kunimi, and Futaba #2 have a really fun time lighting fireworks down at the beach.
Futaba #2 cares for Futaba #1.
But when Futaba #1 sees pictures of her friends having fun without her, she becomes really sad, and runs away!
Sakuta finds Futaba #1 sulking in her classroom. Sakuta cheers her up and asks if she wants to go with Kunimi and him to the firework festival.
Futaba #1 gets the courage needed to tell Futaba #2 that she wants to go to the firework festival too. This, thankfully, solves Futaba’s Puberty Syndrome, and the two become one once again.
A great ending to a great episode! ^.^
And although the fireworks made it too loud to hear what Futaba was saying, we can only hope that she was telling Kunimi about her true feelings for him.
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