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    Highly entertaining

    Again, this has been an entertaining manga volume - this series never fails to make me laugh. The true highlight was the sleepovers happening at Seo's and Nozaki's, mostly because it subverts cliche expectations. The boys spend the night discussing plots of a dating game, while the girls play a fight game and end up discussing men's underwear - the reactions of Seo's older brother and Hori-senpai to both of these, respectively, was gold! Another big development was Seo finding out about Wakamatsu's Lorelai crush, which leads to her playing pranks on the poor fellow! Those pranks were hilarious, though, with how his friends kept finding him in inventive tableau (which were to protect him much like a traffic cone but also be highkey dramatic about it). Romantic developments also arise for Hori, as someone points out to him that Kashima could be his ideal face for a woman, too. In other minor chapters, Wakamatsu reminiscing about the otome game calls back to an earlier chapter. The Drama Club once again steps into the spotlight with their ad-lib exercises being both hilarious and shocking when it involves Umetarou and Chiyo, as they are once again shopping for inspiration for storylines. I am genuinely worried for his 'Let's Love' fans because boy doesn't even have a consistent storyline! How is he a manga artist?! Actually, the manga even nudges the fourth wall with this very question. Umetarou, however, continues to be oblivious about Chiyo's feelings for him, as their friends keep getting bolder in enabling her, with her brother even getting her pictures (to be fair, he thought Umetarou was a model). To be fair, she is a disaster, too, when she uses a 'study session' in not quite the way it was intended by Mikoshiba. In short, I never want this fun to end. This is a delightful cast of characters with some truly good comedy storylines.
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