It’s Valentine’s Day! While everyone is receiving gifts, will Amane receive one from a special someone? Stay tuned to find out more.
Disclaimer: This Review Contains Spoilers.
The Day of Love is Coming!
This episode starts off with Chitose-san asking Amane for advice on what to get Ikkun for Valentine’s Day. While talking about what a genuine guy is, Chitose feels that a genuine guy would put moves on a girl when they’re alone. As Mahiru accidentally hits the cup, Amane replies by saying they are not in that kind of relationship. Chitose later asks Amane what kind of chocolate he would like as well.
At school, the “prince” of the class, Kadowaki-kun, becomes showered with chocolates and gifts from a crowd of girls. When class ends, Amane walks up and hands him a storage bag to help put his gifts in. Mahiru later gives Fujimiya some hot cocoa to quench his thirst from eating Chitose’s chocolates. Although he is thankful for the drink, Amane notices that Mahiru doesn’t usually make this as she tends to make hot milk. As Fujimiya realizes that it is because of Valentine’s Day, Mahiru suddenly decides to run home.
Wondering if he said something wrong, Amane begins to walk up the door where he then finds a gift bag full of homemade orangettes. Back in class, Kadowaki thanked Amane for helping him out the previous day. While Itsuki walks up to Amane, the two begin to discuss having a domestic “partner.” Ikkun then explains how he feels that Chitose will figure that part out when they are married.
As Shiina is seen sitting on Fujimiya’s couch when he arrives home, she explains how she does not expect anything in return since he’s given her a lot of things lately. Amane reassures her by saying that he’s still going to find something that she would like as thanks for the gift he received. Shiina later questions when his birthday is; after finding out, she insists that the two celebrate it when his birthday comes around.
The next evening, Fujimiya decides to go to the jewelry store and find a gift for Mahiru. Surprised that he did his hair, Mahiru later acknowledges how cool Amane looks. Thinking that what he is wearing is too distracting, Amane takes multiple attempts to change, but Mahiru insisted that he keeps on his outfit. Fujimiya then presents his gifts to Shiina; as a response to the “ticket” he created, Mahiru requests that Amane could help put on her new bracelet.
Later, Fujimiya and Itsuki met up to discuss what happened yesterday. The best friend begins to describe how he notices Amane is steadily getting closer along with his feelings increasing. When Fujimiya arrives home, Mahiru seems upset at the fact he went out to get fries before dinner because he can gain weight. After Amane touches her, Mahiru reassures him that he is the only person she feels comfortable with doing so.
This episode was perfect. It’s becoming more clear that Amane and Mahiru are starting to realize their feelings for one another, but of course, they’re still going to act like they don’t The Valentine’s Day and White Day gifts were super cute. In similarity, Mahiru using the ticket to have Amane put the bracelet on her was simply *chef’s kiss*. Fujimiya was right, “she really is like a young wife”.
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Where to Watch
*The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten is currently streaming on Crunchyroll in the U.S. and other select territories. *
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