We don't really need any recap at this point so I'm not going to give any. We're
up early and Hisui is being awfully nice. She's brought Shiki's school uniform and she's going to get the bath ready right now. Just like at the maid cafe. Anyway, in the bath we think about things some more and deny them some more. Shiki notices that his neck is really red and sore, almost as though he'd been-- throwing up repeatedly. I mean. If he did it. If he did it that's how it would have happened.
Kohaku hits on us and forces us to eat breakfast, because we're looking so sickly we're gonna die. Just like at the maid cafe! And we're not even paying ten bucks for a hamburger! Even tough bitch Akiha's gone kind of softy, but not soft enough not to bicker with us about this whole passing out in a park business. You can't really blame her. It is a pretty flimsy excuse, you know.
I have a choice to either talk about Akiha, Kohaku, or the mansion, and we can't give the ladies too much attention, so we're going with the mansion. It's kind of a big place to keep four people in; Akiha lets us know that the rest of the rooms are closed. She also lets us know, ominously, that their dead father's room is still open, but the secret archives are closed due to bad rumors. And that she totally wasn't worried about us, so shut up. According to the handbooks of moe, Akiha is the "tsundere" type, and denying that you're worried about someone is a classic tsundere move. Just like at the maid cafe! I'm serious, there's a place that will give you this specific treatment.
Nobody but nobody actually believes this whole thing about the park; quiet, reserved Hisui even tries to pull the info out of us before we leave. By now, though, Shiki's really got that lie burnt into his head, so he tells her "yeah nothing yeah uh yeah nothing," and leaves. Then it's off to school; we'll leave that for later.