The last episode featuring our lovable yet annoying heroine!
(Spoilers in this review)
It’s the final dubbing session for Kusure and the trains have stopped running. Chitose starts wondering if she should even bother going there since she made the mood awkward last time.
As Chitose runs, the girls talk about the possibility of her not showing up. Seems like everyone is waiting on only Chitose.
As she rushes towards the studio, Kuzu-P and Towada-AP try to see if they can reschedule the dubbing in case Chitose can’t make it. However, that’s not a feasible option due to outrageously high penalty fees if they were to do that.
This episode really has all the characters talking about Chitose again, by the way. Gojo-kun basically secures his male harem, too.
The heroine has finally arrived! But now she has to figure out how to act in front of her peers and co-workers…
Of course Kuzu and her assistant manager are thrilled to see her, but what of the others? I would wager that this scene is the scene most of the viewers were waiting to see. We finally get to see Chitose acknowledge to everyone that she isn’t special, but that it’s okay and she’ll still try her best.
But first, we get this comedy gold from Kuzu-P.
And then the heartfelt speech!
Thankfully everyone accepts Chitose and her speech. Then they get to work! It’s a bit sad that she didn’t interact with Koto at all, though.
Her words seemed to have reached the light novel author, too. Hooray!
Meanwhile, the five girls are about to kill this dubbing session.
The production staff decides to keep a scene that was good even though it would be cut. As a result, Kuzu-P and Towada-AP have to head out to beg. It’s tough being a producer, huh? All we’ve seen is them beg or kneel.
Even though the pay for these promotion events is low and participating isn’t mandatory, Momoka and Kazuha opt to join Koto, Yae, and Chitose. They’re truly friends now, huh?
Oh, man, she’s so happy! Chitose looks so fulfilled!
The girls do a group huddle thing and Chitose says what’s expected of her. Everyone has a good time, though.
The performance goes swimmingly well. You should watch it for yourself!
Afterwards, everyone meets up at that swanky bar. The episode ends with Kuzu-P rushing into said bar in order to announce another project. They should be able to handle it this time, right?
Some shipping going on here in this group photo and I’m fine with it.
Wow, this series was something to review. I’m sorry this particular episode review was so heavy with pictures. It’s like 4:40 am and I have to go work so bleh.
…maybe I made even more work for myself by including so many pictures, you say? Maybe, maybe.
Anyways, I’m going to reviewing Girlish Number as soon as I can. I’m aiming for Friday since later today I have to watch the last episode of Flip Flappers. Take care, everyone!