Hirose tries to make the most of everything now that his sight has returned, and tries to find out why everyone hates Hayami so much.
This episode was great. This series is really becoming amazingly interesting. There are just so many things going on that Iâ€™m trying to figure out, all while watching it Iâ€™m just trying to fit together the pieces. I absolutely love shows that have this kind of story. I was just seeing all these clues and trying to tie everything together, I love figuring out story line and plot like this. The only thing I really had a rather big problem with is how the hell come everyone seemed to act like Hirose never had a sight problem to begin with? Not only did they openly accept his vision, they didnâ€™t even question it. Aside from that, this episode really just brought up a lot of questions.
The main thing that really has me interested, as I said above, is there are so many questions I have about whatâ€™s going on. However itâ€™s in a good and intriguing way. First is why everyone hates Hayami. That really seems to be the major huge million dollar question, why does everyone hate her so much. Itâ€™s not like any normal hatred, she is beaten and humiliated daily and the teacher allows it? Sheâ€™s refereed to as a horrible monster? The only thing that pops into my mind right now is fire. They showed some flashbacks and there seemed to be flames, but t didnâ€™t show exactly what. I can only think that she caused some kind of fire when she was young, but even that doesnâ€™t seem anywhere near bad enough for her to be treated like this, especially because she was a kid when it happened. Even if it wasnâ€™t really a complete accident, she was a kid.
The second big question, what exactly is the history and connection that Hinata and Hayami have. Itâ€™s obviously something, as there were several flashbacks, albeit it two second ones, that showed Hayami and Hinata together as kids. Hinata gave Hayami some candy. However after they showed the fire, which is the only clue there is for why everyone hates Hayami, Hinata seemed almost especially hurt by it and ran away from her. Perhaps all there is to the story between them is they used to be friend sand then she didnâ€™t want anything to do with her because of the event. However, I think itâ€™s a bit more, like whatever happened impacted Hina more or something.
Third, why is Hirose so damn important to Hinata? First off she seems to really want to be around him, she wanted to spend time with him and just be close to him a lot. That could be explained by her liking him but there was a bit in the first episode where she said to her father or grandfather or some guy in her household that Hirose was here, so its almost as if Hirose holds some special significance to something perhaps supernatural, which is why Hinata needs to be around him. This of course and the fact that he was blind and now can see.