Up to this point, the inclusion of "Chocolate" in the title of this show has been somewhat of a mystery. However, it's now confirmed that it does indeed have something to do with Chisato's brother, who seemingly passed away many moons ago due to a car accident while eating a chocolate bar. It's understood that Chisato witnessed the accident, traumatizing her, and resulting in her hatred for chocolate.
Isara sucking on Yuuki's finger due to a knife cut? I'd cut my finger
Chisato being the bold, lively girl she is, goes into the men's bath where Yuuki was. This is a rather obvious sign of Chisato's affection for Yuuki, but disappointingly enough (and somewhat nonsensically), Yuuki seems to take no interest of her, almost to the point of shunning her. Usually when a girl sits beside a guy asking if he wants to get physically intimate with her, the guy doesn't simply pretend nothing happened, nevermind show distaste or disappointment. This in itself is puzzling to me, since a show like this with such a significant focus on the two is expected to highlight their relationship. From my perspective, it seems as if the bone was tossed to us, allowing to have a whiff of a flavourful experience, but is taken away before we can even salivate. After all, Yuuki x Chisato is possibly the only reason I'm watching this show. Whatever the case may be, I'd definitely like to hear Yuuki's explanation as to why he acted the way he did in the following episodes.
I find it hard to fathom how some people find it so difficult to wake up in the morning when I've always managed fine with a single alarm.
I guess if you sleep like you're hugging a dakimakura, it's understandable though...
Yuuki being the nosy person he is, decides to check up on a drunk Hazuki, drinking away all her troubles. I wonder if anyone's actually had to deal with a drunk teacher. I'm personally a huge fan of Hazuki's character in this show. Not only does she act as an authoritative mediator of the rest of the characters because of her title as a teacher, she adds another dimension in the show, one involving Satsuki and her family. More drama keeps the show more entertaining, so thumbs up for that.
Also, thumbs up for Yuuki for being dragged into the girl's dorms because of this crazy drunkard.
Upon trying to exit the girl's dorms, Yuuki runs into a bit of trouble, only to be saved by Satsuki, ushering him into her room.
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So, this was a disappointing episode for me, but still entertaining to watch nonetheless. From this point on, Yuuki really has two directions to go, or an infinite number of directions to go, depending on how you choose to view this situation. I guess Yuuki's lack of interest for Chisato on a romantic plane, or Satsuki's aggressive approach really characterizes how many different options Yuuki really has, which can be translated into how many different ways this story can tumble and tilt. I'm loving how we're being given bits and pieces of minute details, such as Chisato's history with chocolate and her dead brother, and Yuuki's close relation with Hazuki. This progressive buildup is key to a very powerful story climax, something I'm looking forward to very much.