The second episode, in my humble opinion, was by far the most interesting one out of the three. Shizuku, a total Tsundure, made a lot of progress during that episode. She is still confused as to why she continues to interact with Haru. She thinks he’s too loud and active, but she cannot help herself. It took her some time to realize that she had fallen in love with him.
The most interesting part was when she confessed to him. It was a spur of the moment thing, I suppose, but it was an interesting turn of events. It’s too bad that she withdrew that confession by calling it a silly joke. But still, she finally realized her own feelings towards that guy.
The third episode was very interesting too. Haru finally obtained what he has always wanted; friends. I don’t quite trust those four boys yet, seeing as they did some unforgivable things to him, but it’s fine. He has two new friends now. He faced lots of obstacles before meeting them, but he finally got there. Friends, a new pet and a girlfriend… How times change, huh?
Now, I don’t know why, but Haru was reluctant to go home when that guy showed up. They look a lot like one another, so one can only assume that they’re brothers. I don’t know what happened between them, but I’m happy about it, for now. He ended up spending the night at Shizuku’s house, which probably almost gave her father a heart attack. Sadly, nothing major happened in the end. I would’ve loved to have seen a little more progress between those two. You can find much more reviews and stories about anime on top 10 anime characters article as well.