Links for Hayate the Combat Butler S1E7: Man's Fight

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Episode 7

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July 29, 2013
Wataru, who is infatuated with Isumi, challenges Hayate, whom he perceives as a rival, to a duel. Hayate loses to Wataru on purpose, hoping for a romantic conclusion between Wataru and Isumi that will allow Nagi to break off her unwanted engagement. However, his overly obvious act ends up hurting Wataru's feelings. In order to reach Wataru and apologize, Hayate, together with Isumi and Nagi, must brave the Tokyo subway system. Afterwards, Nagi have Hayate to deliver a bag of videos to Wataru. In the city, Hayate met Wataru's maid Saki Kijima and she leads the way to Wataru's video store, revealing that Wataru dreams of running a successful doujinshi business. As Hayate apologizes to Wataru, he wants to become a member of the video store, until Wataru finds out that he already was registered. Hayate found out that it was his father, Shun Ayasaki, who did not returned the videos he rented it, and then he was depressed that he should pay the money for the video rent.
July 29, 2013
Wataru, who is infatuated with Isumi, challenges Hayate, whom he perceives as a rival, to a duel. Hayate loses to Wataru on purpose, hoping for a romantic conclusion between Wataru and Isumi that will allow Nagi to break off her unwanted engagement. However, his overly obvious act ends up hurting Wataru's feelings. In order to reach Wataru and apologize, Hayate, together with Isumi and Nagi, must brave the Tokyo subway system. Afterwards, Nagi have Hayate to deliver a bag of videos to Wataru. In the city, Hayate met Wataru's maid Saki Kijima and she leads the way to Wataru's video store, revealing that Wataru dreams of running a successful doujinshi business. As Hayate apologizes to Wataru, he wants to become a member of the video store, until Wataru finds out that he already was registered. Hayate found out that it was his father, Shun Ayasaki, who did not returned the videos he rented it, and then he was depressed that he should pay the money for the video rent.