Oh look, it’s Chiya Ujimatsu where she’s currently training for the upcoming marathon.
And really, Chiya-chan is really pumped-up, although her regimen is somewhat extreme.
Fortunately, Rize Tedeza will help her train for the upcoming marathon as they jog all day in early morning.
Sure that Chiya is not that athletic, but she’s doing her best to keep up with the likes of Rize or even Cocoa.
But speaking of Cocoa Hoto, she was supposed to join Chiya Ujimatsu for a morning jog but when Rize Tedeza tries to call her, there was a problem…
Turns out that Cocoa is not a morning person and no matter how Chino Kafuu tries to wake her up, Cocoa went back to sleep afterwards.
Man, I’m worried that Cocoa Hoto might not keep up with Chiya Ujimatsu on the day of the marathon.
Regardless, both Chiya and Cocoa managed to finish the marathon. Then again, the reason why she can keep up with Chiya is because Cocoa is holding her twintails like a reindeer.
Now then, let’s move onto the next scene where Cocoa and Chiya met “Blue Mountain” Aoyama. Oh yeah, the author is currently spending her day-off but that doesn’t stop Aoyama from playing games with the girls.
Of course, she needs her editor to join her game as Rin Mate asked both Chino Kafuu and Rize Tedeza to help her find Midori-san. Y’know, the problematic author.
And so they begin their game of hide-and-seek as “Blue Mountain” Aoyama is trying to run away from her editor as much as possible. Then again, they did that most of the time.
Meanwhile, here’s Sharo Kirima where she plays the phantom thief Lapin. Gotta say that she’s doing a great job on portraying the character.
On the other hand, it appears that Midori “Blue Mountain” Aoyama and Rin Mate are attracted to her that they want to take pictures of Lapin.
Oh by the way, looks like the editor finally caught her troublesome author, but it didn’t last long as Aoyama-sensei continues to run away from Mate.
But that’s the conclusion of this episode as I end it with Midori “Blue Mountain” Aoyama and Rin Mate riding the carousel together.
Of course, the editor won’t show any mercy to the author, especially when it comes to reaching deadlines. But anyways, I’ll see you next time!