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  • Considering how this series is by the same author as ''Toradora!'", expect quite a few.
  • Episode 3:
    • Banri and Kouko sticking by each other when they get conned by the cult.
    • Banri and Kouko's talk with each other after escaping the cult.
  • Episode 4:
    • While Mitsuo rejecting Kouko, and her ensuing reaction, is a tearjerker, it's nice to see him admit that he at least cares about Kouko as a childhood friend.
    • Banri sticking by Kouko after Mitsuo dumps her.
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    • Banri and Kouko's talk in his room.
    Banri: If I stay the way I am, everyone will continue to be disappointed. I...
    Kouko: I'm not disappointed.
    Banri: What?
    Kouko: I'm not. I'll never be disappointed. After all, if you disappear, who am I supposed to share my disgraceful self with tonight? There's no one else. There's only you, Tada-kun. So don't disappear.
    • Banri's confession to Kouko
    Kouko: I...I know I'm an idiot, but... Don't forget about me.
    Banri: I won't forget. There's no way I'd forget. Because...I... I like you, Kaga-san. I like you, Kaga Kouko. I really do.
  • Episode 6:
    • Linda comforting past Banri after he sees his name isn't on the class shirt.
    • Kouko stealing a bike to catch up to Banri, preventing him from jumping off the bridge, and finally confessing to him.
    Kouko: I caught you.
    Banri: K-Kaga-san?
    Kouko: Don't run anymore. Don't go where I can't reach you! Stay with me forever!
    Banri: What?
    Kouko: I love you, Tada-kun.
  • Episode 7:
    • Kouko explaining her true feelings to Banri and why she didn't confess to him:
    Kouko: Accepting that I was more and more attracted to you was really difficult for me. I thought I was just attracted to your kindness because of the pain of being rejected. I was suspicious of my own motives. That's why, according to my plan, the correct answer was no.
    Banri: Your plan?
    Kouko: To mature on my own and be the one to confess. I believed it was the right thing to do and I believed it would change the world. But... Things don't go according to plan.
  • Episode 16:
    • Kouko and Banri's confrontation goes from a near tearjearker to this. It also...
  • Episode 23:
    • Nana's talk with Banri following Koko dumping him like a sack of bricks really emphasizes that while she seems like a brooding, dark character, she's very emotionally sensitive and supportive of her friends.
  • Episode 24:
    • Kaga realizing she's not at all over Banri but actually so much in love with him that it hurt her to break up.
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    • Nana giving Banri her shoes to go chase after Kaga, encouraging him on to go to her and tell her his feelings.
    • The adoring Big Damn Kiss between Banri and Kaga finally happens!
    • The last scene. Kaga lovingly snuggles up beside Banri as they happily think about their future together. And not just as lovers, but as a future husband and wife, now engaged and planning to be married.

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