In the ninth episode, Chisato was definitely the highlight. Looking back on her overall stance in the show, one can safely say that her sole existence depends on Yuuki. Well, alright maybe not to that extremity, but close. It could very well be a case of survivor's guilt, affecting her reasoning and sanity in general, especially given the fact that she made the mistake of calling Yuuki her deceased brother's name, Daiki instead. This leads to the question of whether or not Chisato will be able to function properly as an individual if anything were to happen to Yuuki, for example if he moves away and such. Personally I take all this information as foreshadowing. To me, it's quite obvious that Chisato and Yuuki will be the couple of this show, but the process that will get these two individuals there will definitely be an interesting one. Both Chisato and Yuuki have their own traumatic experiences, which are closely related to one another, so seeing their bond develop will be key to the whole climatic end of the show.
As far as the other happenings go, the politics in the school are truly way over the top. In terms of adding drama to the show, it certainly hits the spot. Not a bit more or less than needed. The whole cloak-and-dagger approach to things leads me to believe the school system is truly corrupted beyond repair. Looking back, just thinking about having a group of high school kids operate a school in this manner, it really chills me to the bone. Furthermore, this corruption is affecting Yuuki's campaign, as he's under rather serious pressure from Yakumo to follow his rules.
The tenth episode brought upon a totally different, never-before-seen side of the show. I knew the show was multi-faceted, but I really did not expect it to be play out in this manner. Picking up from where the previous episode left off where Yuuki was hit by a truck, which strangely enough did not seem to injure him in the least bit, Chisato really shows her true colours to us. I can't exactly relate to Yuuki and Chisato's situation, however I can certainly sympathize with them, in regards to their difficult past together. Chisato's damaged psychological state has really reached such hazardous levels that it's really getting on Yuuki's nerves, causing him to take his anger out on not only Chisato, but the poor washroom mirror. Also, Chisato's reaction after eating a piece of chocolate was rather unexpected, leading her to throw up, so in that respect, the romance aspect of this show almost came with a yandere vibe.
On the politics side, things are getting a little too complicated for me, which I predicted beforehand since the show is coming to its conclusion. Yakumo's secrets are finally being revealed, which will enlighten us with a description for the very first few minutes of the first episode showing that dramatically engaging scene. It's about time Yuuki realized that he was simply being used for Yakumo's own interests, and perhaps being put in a treacherous situation, knowing the dark politics of the school involving groups other than Yakumo's team. The revealing of the secret police or S-Agents was certainly one of the turning points of this show, so I expect to see much more information trickled down in the coming episodes.