It’s a bit of an odd end for “Sing ‘Yesterday’ For Me,” as a few snap decisions happen that may not make the most sense.
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With Rikuo and Shinako coming to terms with their feelings for one another, now it is time for those with unrequited crushes to find out.
Baby steps are taken as people verbalize what they feel, and while things are still painfully slow, at least they are finally moving.
As Shinako reconciles with Rou, so comes more pressure on Rikuo to make another move and the question of whether Haru should just give up.
In a possibly triggering episode, at least we were triggered, the regrets and indecision of the characters reach new levels as it no longer can be seen as passive choices.
As one of their friends hit a milestone, Shinako and Rikuo find themselves triggered and looking at their young admirers in a different light.
A familiar face reenters Rikuo’s world, and with their presence comes renewed questions in Shinako’s mind.
A challenger for Haru’s heart enters the fray, and you’re led to wonder, will he break Rikuo’s spell on Haru?
In a Rou focused episode, we learn about his life in his older brother’s shadow and watch Shinako’s grieving process.
Haru reveals a lot of herself to Rikuo and the audience in an episode that may feel like a gut punch.