In the sixth episode of “Kaguya-sama: Love Is War” season 3, titled “The Student Council Wants to Move Forward, Miyuki Shirogane Wants to Make Her Confess, Part 2 and 3,” the show focuses on the parent-teacher meeting at Shuchiin Academy, where kids are candid about their future career plans. Realizing that his high school days are nearing the end, Miyuki begins to seriously consider proposing to Kaguya. Here’s everything you need to know about the ending of ‘Kaguya-sama: Love Is War’ Season 3 Episode 6. SPOILERS AHEAD!
Kaguya-sama: Love Is War Season 3 Episode 6 Recap
Every year, the renowned Shuchiin Academy hosts a parent-teacher meeting where the adults sit with the students to discuss their future career plans. In the student council room, Ishigami tells the president that his parents have given him complete freedom to do as he pleases, and he thinks being a NEET probably wouldn’t be a bad choice. However, Iino disagrees, stating that he should at least get a college degree; then he has all the time in the world to decide what he wants from life.
She also candidly talks about her decision to pursue a career in law. Meanwhile, in the meeting, Fujiwara is asked by her teacher if she plans to pursue a career in music as she is an excellent pianist. But she refuses because she sees playing the piano only as a hobby, not a career choice. Fujiwara then jokes that she would love to be Prime Minister before finally opening up about her plans to become a teacher.
Kaguya and Hayasaka wait their turn outside the hall. The titular protagonist knows her parents won’t come, while Hayasaka feels her mother doesn’t care about her. But she is pleasantly surprised when her mother shows up instead of Kaguya’s parents and tells her that she has also taken leave to spend the rest of the day with her.
Suddenly, Miyuki’s father also shows up for the parent-teacher meeting and finds Kaguya waiting for her turn. He embarrasses her by asking if she has already kissed his son or not and advises her not to waste any more time and seize the opportunity. Later in the meeting, Miyuki tells his teacher that he plans to study at Stanford after high school. After the meeting, his father tells him to make sure he has no regrets, as the time for graduation is fast approaching.
Kaguya-sama: Love Is War Season 3 Episode 6 Ending: Is Miyuki Kaguya Asking For A Date?
Miyuki thinks deeply about his father’s advice and comes to the conclusion that he is running out of time to introduce Kaguya. The next day, he decides to ask her out in the student’s council chambers so he can create an atmosphere conducive to a proposal. Unfortunately, when he indirectly asks Kaguya to go to another school’s cultural festival, she declines, not realizing that he wants to go on a date. When she finally sees what he probably meant, she shares everything with Hayasaka, who advises her to act now, as Miyuki will be reluctant for a while.
The next day, Kaguya does as she is told, but Miyuki struggles to understand what she really means because of the vagueness of her words. As he begins to ponder and countless possibilities run through his mind, the president struggles to get some clarification from Kaguya due to his nervousness. Once Ishigami and Fujiwara also join the duo, the misunderstanding only deepens and Miyuki eventually goes to the cultural festival with Ishigami.
Can Miyuki analyze herself more objectively after Fujiwara’s advice?
While discussing the upcoming school festival at the famous Shuchiin Academy, Miyuki is told by Fujiwara that he is not looking at himself objectively. She explains that his understanding of his abilities is somewhat warped and removed from reality, so he should try to be more careful when analyzing himself. Her honesty leaves Miyuki stunned, and he begins to associate it with his failure to introduce Kaguya.
He realizes that he is probably not as attractive and elegant to girls as he thinks. Therefore, he finally asks Iino what she thinks of him. She doesn’t understand what the president is after and comes to the wrong conclusion that he has a romantic interest in her. However, when he asks Fujiwara a somewhat similar question right in front of her, Iino finally realizes that he has no intentions other than to get an honest opinion from her.
Unfortunately, that turns out to be the wrong decision, as Kaguya and Iino end up criticizing Miyuki a lot, leaving him depressed. Fortunately, when Kaguya gets there and is asked what she would like to change in the president, she says that Miyuki is fine the way he is. Though Fujiwara and Iino’s criticisms dent his confidence, he finally feels better after hearing such kind words from the girl he likes.
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