Kaguya-sama Season 3 Episode 6 Ending Explained

Posted 2022/05/14 14 0

The sixth episode of season three of ‘Kaguya-sama: Love Is War,’ titled ‘The Student Council Wants to Move Forward, Miyuki Shirogane Wants to Make Her Confess, Part 2 and 3,’ focuses on a parent-teacher conference at Shuchiin Academy, where children speak up about their future job plans. Miyuki, realizing that his high school days are coming to an end, begins to seriously consider proposing to Kaguya. Here’s everything you need to know about the season 3 episode 6 ending of ‘Kaguya-sama: Love Is War.’ WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!

Recap of Kaguya-sama: Love Is War Season 3 Episode 6

Every year, the prestigious Shuchiin Academy hosts a parent-teacher meeting in which adults gather with pupils to discuss their future career plans. Ishigami informs the President in the student council room that his parents have given him complete freedom to pursue anything he wants, and that he believes becoming a NEET would not be a bad decision. Iino, on the other hand, disagrees, arguing that he should at least earn a college degree since then he will have all the time in the world to figure out what he wants out of life.

She also discusses her decision to seek a legal career. Meanwhile, at the meeting, Fujiwara’s teacher asks if she wishes to pursue a career in music because she is an exceptional pianist. But she declines since she considers piano to be a passion rather than a job. Fujiwara then laughs about wanting to be Prime Minister before ultimately revealing her ambitions to become a teacher.

Kaguya and Hayasaka are waiting for their turn outside the hall. The main protagonist is aware that her parents would not be present, and Hayasaka believes that her mother does not care about her. She is pleasantly delighted, though, when her mother appears in place of Kaguya’s parents and informs her that she, too, has taken leave to spend the remainder of the day with her.

Miyuki’s father unexpectedly arrives at the parent-teacher meeting and discovers Kaguya waiting for her turn. He humiliates her by asking whether she has already kissed his son and tells her not to waste any more time and to seize the opportunity. Later in the discussion, Miyuki informs his teacher that he intends to attend Stanford University after high school. Following the discussion, his father advises him to make certain that he has no regrets as graduation approaches.

Does Miyuki Ask Kaguya Out on a Date in Kaguya-sama: Love Is War Season 3 Episode 6?

Miyuki considers his father’s counsel carefully and concludes that he is running out of time to propose to Kaguya. He decides to ask her out on a date the next day in the student council meeting in order to create an environment favourable to a proposal. Unfortunately, when he subtly invites Kaguya to another school’s cultural fest, she declines, not comprehending that he wants to go on a date. When she realizes what he was probably referring to, she tells Hayasaka, who urges her to act immediately because Miyuki will be hesitant for a long.

The next day, Kaguya does as she is told, but Miyuki has difficulty understanding what she genuinely means due to the ambiguity of her words. Because of his concern, the President struggles to seek clarification from Kaguya as he begins to overthink and innumerable alternatives race through his thoughts. When Ishigami and Fujiwara join the duo, the confusion grows, and Miyuki ends up going to the cultural event with Ishigami.

Is Miyuki able to objectively analyze himself after Fujiwara’s advice?

Miyuki is informed by Fujiwara that he does not look at himself objectively while discussing the impending school festival at the prestigious Shuchiin Academy. She says that his perception of his abilities is somewhat distorted and disconnected from reality, and that he should be more cautious while analyzing himself. Miyuki is taken aback by her candor, which he associates with his inability to propose Kaguya.

He finds he is not as appealing and stylish to girls as he believes. As a result, he asks Iino how she thinks about him. She misinterprets what the President is saying and concludes incorrectly that he has a love interest in her. However, when he asks Fujiwara a similar question right in front of her, Iino sees that he is only interested in getting her honest view.

Unfortunately, this turns out to be a bad idea because Kaguya and Iino wind up criticizing Miyuki a lot, which depresses him. Fortunately, when Kaguya comes and is asked what she would alter about the President, she responds that Miyuki is wonderful the way he is. While Fujiwara and Iino’s criticism shook his confidence, he eventually feels better after hearing such encouraging words from the girl he likes.

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