The students take a break from learning, even though they haven’t really done much since the second episode, and head over to the beach for some fun in the sun. What’s great about this trip is that the Head Teacher isn’t around to start yelling about illegal sexual relations, so the students are free to confess to the teacher of their choosing. And you never know, maybe a teacher will confess too. So the students use the beach trip to basically go wild!
I would imagine that Gil-sensei and Mitsuki-sensei probably get the majority of the confessions made by the students. Unfortunately for Suzumi-sensei, he’s too heavy for me. Plus, he has a finance.
The mean girls comment on how Sayuri has no chance with any of the teachers, which is a good thing, because it would be unethical if anything were to happen while she’s a student. With the mention of their names, the bishie teachers show up ready to play. Everyone looks like they’re having a fun time, so Sayuri’s friend suggests that they play beach volleyball. Nice! Ryou hears this and says that they can’t play beach volleyball without him.
I think it’s safe to say that there is no cooking in this episode.
Instead of the girls having a chance to play with their favourite sensei, the boys are the only ones who get to have all the fun. The teams are Gil-sensei and Mitsuki-sensei vs. Ryou and Suzumi-sensei.
Mitsuki throws the ball up and gets a server’s ace. I’m not really sure what to say about this, there was lightning and then the ball came down and….well, think Sayuri and her friend’s face pretty much says it all.
Funny note, I had the same expression on my face when the ball first went into play too.
Ryou isn’t one to back down, so he serves the ball next, which is technically not suppose to happen. If this was a proper game, then the ball would go back to Mitsuki-sensei, but these two seem to always have to one up the other so it’s no surprise that they allowed it.
Like Mitsuki-sensei, Ryou also gets a server’s ace. It’s not as nice as the last one though, but it will have to do. I wonder when we’ll be told about the past Ryou and Mitsuki-sensei share. It’s clear that there’s a rivalry there and they always if we’re going to learn the past about these two and find out why they always do this.
Everyone gets serious. Super serious. Like, so serious that they play until dusk and end up with severe sunburn because they focused on the game way too much and didn’t put on any sunscreen.
I miss the food, but I really like volleyball, so I guess it’s okay. This is a two-cour season, which means filler episodes like this will obviously be there. It did make me laugh though. I’m still in shock over Mitsuki-sensei’s serve. That was insane and totally unexpected. If he ever wants to get out of the chocolate business, he should really consider a career as a volleyball player.