And it’s a date!
Warning: Spoilers ahead!
A little flashback is seen on what his relationship with Yamato is and he is selfessly wants to pair her up with Suna, thinking that they are good for each other. He steels himself into thinking that he needs to do everything in his power to help both Suna and Yamato be together.
As Yamato arrive in the park where they usually meet, Takeo noticed that she seemed to have prepared thoroughly for the meeting by dressing up really nicely. As Takeo eats what she had made, she casually brought out the tea she made for him and mentioned what Suna did the other day. Thinking that it was the best time to push Suna into the spotlight, he then mentioned all Suna’s good qualities, emphasizing that he doesn’t have a girlfriend.
Now, it would’ve worked if Yamato is indeed in love with Suna. Unfortunately, it wasn’t the case and she cried in front of Takeo. Making an excuse about her contacts, she ran away and left Takeo frozen.
Meanwhile Suna was minding his own business in his room when Takeo burst in, blaming him for Yamato’s tears. It was then Suna finally mentioned that Yamato likes Takeo, not himself (THANK GOD). But, despite the explanations of Suna, Takeo didn’t believe what he was hearing because he is an eternal blockhead.
Right at the moment, Suna’s mother knocked on the door and telling them that Yamato is at the door. Suna then prompted Takeo to hide under the bed — which failed miserably because he is too big, and lifted the bed a few inches off the floor.
As Yamato enters, she didn’t noticed discrepancies as she was too miserable to begin with. Yamato is asking advice on what she needs to do as she cried in front of Takeo earlier. Suna prods on what her next actions is and asked her to repeat it over and over again — especially the part of her liking Takeo.
After several times, Suna asked Takeo to also tell her what he feels and motioned him out of the bed. And come out he did, like a Titan. Haha. It was then that they had revealed their true feelings for each other.
The next day, they all met in the park and Yamato baked him a thank you cake. She also tried to set him up with a friend which he happily declined. It was then Takeo regaled the play that him and Suna starred in when they were kids. It was a very touching story that both Takeo and Yamato had the same feelings over it.
Yamato noted that they were really close friend and in Yamato’s words: “It is bromance”. Oh yeah.
After the ending credits, there is a small segment that explains that Takeo doesn’t have any concept of personal space, in which provokes different emotions with the people he is with.
All I can say about this episode is: FINALLY. No more skirting around, and no more masochistic tendencies of Takeo. Hopefully, they both will have a happy ending.