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From Here on Out
As the play finishes, the play gains a warm admiration from the audience.
As Raku takes a breather from the play outside, Chitoge comes up to him with some drinks. Raku praises her for being able to pull off the play while Chitoge tells him how the story of Romeo and Juliet are somehow like their lives because of their feuding families and their love for each other despite their love being fake in real life. Chitoge then apologizes to Raku for her harsh behavior and adds that they will be the fake lovers who hate each other again.
The two return to the classroom with the crowd of students applauding them for their work. Shū talks with Raku and asks if he and Chitoge had made up. When Raku tells them they have, Shū tells him he was surprised about the fight they had but tells him he had cleared up their fight to the class by telling them Raku was a masochist.
Meanwhile, Ruri is surprised and angry at Kosaki for spraining her ankle at the day of the play. Ruri goes gets her a crepe but gives it to Raku so he could give it to Kosaki. During his conversation with her, Raku takes notice of Kosaki's desire of playing the role of Juliet. To compensate for not having played her role, Raku and Kosaki reprise their roles as Romeo and Juliet respectively and did a private play for themselves as Chitoge looks into the horizon and remarks the conclusion of their memorable cultural festival.
Chapter Notes Edit
- This chapter was adapted into an episode for Showtime (episode).