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Episode 19

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February 20, 2014
Banri discusses the event of ghost Banri falling from the bridge with a doctor, who can do nothing more than provide a sedative for him. On the train ride back to Tokyo, Banri remembers how ghost Banri tried to take over his body before and now wonders why ghost Banri has given up. When Banri returns to Tokyo, he recalls how his mother gave him her ring from her youth to give to his girlfriend, but Koko and the others meet him before he can think more on it. That night they have a return home dinner for Banri, and he notices that Chinami has cut her hair. Mitsuo then asks Koko and Banri a favor to film the Festival Club in a ploy to get closer to Linda. Later Banri and Mitsuo talk about how they knew about Mitsuo and Linda, and Mitsuo confronts Banri about his past with Linda, but while Banri considers answering him honestly, Mitsuo backs off. Back at Banri's apartment with only Banri and Koko, Banri apologizes to Koko for breaking their friendship mirror, then considers the impact of giving Koko his mother's ring. Before he can do anything, Koko gives him a piece of art she made for him, then tells him she's wants their "Night in Paris" right now. But several things get in the way, and nothing ends up happening. Koko realizes that she can be herself with him and realizes that Banri is definitely in love with her now. Much later, Mitsuo gets permission to film the Festival Club, but Linda is unhappy and Mitsuo never gets a chance to talk with Linda. Afterwards, Linda indicates that she wants to talk with Banri and Koko goes to distract Mitsuo in the meantime. Linda and Banri argue about Mitsuo coming to the club, and they end up discussing it clamly later on. Linda reveals their dinners together but also how she's been unable to simply accept Mitsuo's interest in her and has been keeping her distance from him, which is why they had this argument. While discussing several things, Chinami arrives to talk to Banri about his friendliness with Linda and how it's inappropriate.
February 20, 2014
Banri discusses the event of ghost Banri falling from the bridge with a doctor, who can do nothing more than provide a sedative for him. On the train ride back to Tokyo, Banri remembers how ghost Banri tried to take over his body before and now wonders why ghost Banri has given up. When Banri returns to Tokyo, he recalls how his mother gave him her ring from her youth to give to his girlfriend, but Koko and the others meet him before he can think more on it. That night they have a return home dinner for Banri, and he notices that Chinami has cut her hair. Mitsuo then asks Koko and Banri a favor to film the Festival Club in a ploy to get closer to Linda. Later Banri and Mitsuo talk about how they knew about Mitsuo and Linda, and Mitsuo confronts Banri about his past with Linda, but while Banri considers answering him honestly, Mitsuo backs off. Back at Banri's apartment with only Banri and Koko, Banri apologizes to Koko for breaking their friendship mirror, then considers the impact of giving Koko his mother's ring. Before he can do anything, Koko gives him a piece of art she made for him, then tells him she's wants their "Night in Paris" right now. But several things get in the way, and nothing ends up happening. Koko realizes that she can be herself with him and realizes that Banri is definitely in love with her now. Much later, Mitsuo gets permission to film the Festival Club, but Linda is unhappy and Mitsuo never gets a chance to talk with Linda. Afterwards, Linda indicates that she wants to talk with Banri and Koko goes to distract Mitsuo in the meantime. Linda and Banri argue about Mitsuo coming to the club, and they end up discussing it clamly later on. Linda reveals their dinners together but also how she's been unable to simply accept Mitsuo's interest in her and has been keeping her distance from him, which is why they had this argument. While discussing several things, Chinami arrives to talk to Banri about his friendliness with Linda and how it's inappropriate.