Summary[edit | edit source]
In the midst of the Cavalry Battle, Kate completes her destruction of the first pair of pasties and derides Meiko for an apparent unwillingness to reveal her chest - with only one pair of pasties left for the Underground Student Council. In a sudden change of tactics, Kate offers the USC the pasties once more if Meiko recites the chant that was used to humiliate her in their middle-school years. Though Mari implores Meiko not to sing the song, she begins quietly singing the song with the intention of helping Mari. This pushes an angered Meiko to accept Kate's original offer of revealing her bosom, to her shock.
In the mountainside forestry on the outskirts of Tokyo, Honey notices the bear in the view of the smartphone's front-facing camera. Though the armed Chairman acquits Mr. Important for having an honest pair of buttocks, the two begin insulting each other until Honey implores the pair to stop arguing. The Chairman realises he cannot kill the bear with the shotgun, and hastily tosses the weapon to Mr. Important. However, the gun misfires into the undergrowth and the loud bang startles the bear out of stalking. The wild animal raises its arms and roars at the group.
In the main courtyard of the sports ground, Meiko resists Mari's attempt to accept Kate's offer of revealing her modesty and avoid humiliating her. In the audience, the schoolboys realize that it is Mari's dignity that forces her to protect Meiko with her immodesty. Though they all become excited at the prospect of seeing Mari's naked bosom, an annoyed Anzu throws sand in their faces and forbids them to look. The sound of Meiko's quiet chanting is to Mari's dejection, who hushes her before apologising for shouting. The sight of super-deformed angels from the sky shocks Meiko out of consciousness, to Mari's horror.
Characters[edit | edit source]
- Kate Takenomiya
- Meiko Shiraki
- Mari Kurihara
- Reiji Andou
- Mr. Important
- Risa Bettou
- Mitsuko Yokoyama
- Takehito Morokuzu
- Shingo Wakamoto
- Hana Midorikawa
- Anzu Yokoyama
- Kiyoshi Fujino
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The chapter title is a cultural reference to American crime thriller film Gone Girl.
- The magazine color cover featured Mayumi Tanaka, promoting the twenty-second volume.
- The magazine cover also contains a visual reference to Niconico Douga's video interface.
- The magazine issue cover featured a gravure poster of Meiko Shiraki.
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