Sadly, only a few really do well here in the city, but I enjoy “theme” restaurants and I’d love to see a cafe like this one sometime.
Episode 2 –
Takumi doesn’t seem interested in much at school either, saying that he can’t be bothered and yet he still protects Misa and tries to bridge the gap between her and the male students.
I enjoyed “Cat Ear Day” at the café. Misa looked like she wanted to murder someone! Takumi is a regular customer now, as are the three “idiots” which are big fans of Misa now. I liked how one of Misa’s cat ears twitched too.
It’s time for the school festival and Misa wants to get more girls to enroll and so gears the theme of the festival towards this goal. However, the boys of class 2-2 don’t really care and have their own ideas. After rejecting all of the boy’s ridiculous ideas, it’s finally decided that class 2-2 will host a coffee shop.
But I don’t think the “Super Hot!! Manly Battle Cosplay Coffee Shop” is quite what Misa had in mind! When the boys take over the coffee shop, Misa is outraged – more so to see that Takumi has joined them. She chases them out of the room, but can’t get them to help properly, so helps out herself when they leave. The boys end up watching and Takumi does come back to help. He saves Misa from an embarrassing situation when she slips and accidentally calls someone “master”.
Once the other boys see how enjoyable the café can be, they come back to help too – maybe a little too enthusiastically – but suddenly the coffee shop is a great success. And Misa smiles! And the boys like her smile! Misa is in a good mood and takes over the council duties in order to allow the rest of the members to go join in the fun. She finally realizes what her boss was telling her and is pleased with the results of the day. She later thanks Takumi once again for his help and I liked when he teased her by saying that she was his – maid that is. I think the man hater part of her is starting to soften up a bit and maybe she is starting to like Takumi a little bit too.