We get to meet Yuki’s ice-queen of a mother. She’s ready to tell Yuki exactly what kind of life he will have without consulting him about his feelings. Ayame shows up and saves the day. It’s nice to see him come through for Yuki, and I think Yuki really does appreciate it. There’s more student council crap that I don’t really care about. Okay, so maybe I’m slightly curious about Kuragi because she’s so quiet. But that’s the only interest I have in any of them. I have to say, though, Yuki is right. The Manabe really is just like Ayame.
Tohru goes in search of Kureno after she finds out that’s who Uo is in love with. In her search she comes across Momiji’s little sister spying on him. She sneaks over to his room to listen to him play the violin and she wants him to be her brother. She’s guessed that he’s probably her brother since he looks so much like their mother. It’s precious, and kind of sad. Kureno is most definitely interesting. I’m ready to learn more about him. He’s quiet, which makes it hard to find out if he’s good or bad. I’m leaning toward good. We’ll have to wait and see.
The class goes on a trip. Not much really goes on there. There’s a couple of nice moments with Tohru and Kyo. Yuki does more thinking about his life and tries to stay strong. He really is a fragile guy. It makes me kind of sad to see the pain he suffers on the inside sometimes.