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Yuu doesn’t know which club to join, so her teacher suggests she join the student council. There, she finds a friend in Touko, and perhaps something more...
Yuu wonders if she’s cut out to be a campaign manager while Touko makes amends. Communication will cultivate a relationship, regardless of the situation.
Yuu keeps telling herself there’s no way she’s joining the student council. Touko wants to stop by a bookstore on her way home and is in for a surprise.
Touko wants to bring back the Student Council Stage Show for the first time in seven years at the school’s culture festival. But Yuu and Maki have their reservations.
As students prepare for the upcoming midterms, Yuu reflects upon Maki’s words. She tries to find a study partner and finds herself in the library with Touko.
A comment from Sayaka has Yuu inquire into the mystery of what happened seven years ago. Why are student council documents from that period missing?
Sayaka is content with second place in many things, but is love one of them? She believes she knows the real Touko but has that ruined any chance she might have had?
Yuu and Sayaka aren’t exactly on the best of terms. Is the solution as simple as talking it out? Later, Yuu has a problem: It’s pouring outside, and she forgot her umbrella.
Sports Day has finally arrived. Touko promises to behave on the condition Yuu gives her a kiss. Koyomi is struck by inspiration and Yuu confides in Maki.
The script is written, the roles assigned. The results hit close to home. Touko suggests a study camp for rehearsal over the summer. But preparations must be made first.
Touko, Yuu and Sayaka are all three very different girls wrestling with their feelings. Unbeknownst to them, they’re all dealing with a very similar issue.
As the study camp draws to a close, Touko is haunted by Ichigaya’s words, increasing her inner turmoil. Yuu tries to comfort her, while still working out her own feelings.
The play looms closer but the scripts are not final. Yuu and Touko take this opportunity to improvise a scene which may have given the two a deeper look into the other's mind.