One thing I am definitely going to have to give Bloom Into You credit for is that it is creating an authentic feeling school experience. It isn’t drama every minute but nor is it just one thing at a time. As the student council takes a break for exams, Yuu is asked by a friend to read a manuscript, she’s seeking someone to study with, and the lives of the characters around the main pair seem to continue at their own pace with their own issues and ideas that occasionally bring them into contact with either Yuu or Nanami…
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- Episode 1: It’s Very Pink
- Episode 2: First Impressions Wilting
- Protected: Bloom Into You Episode 3: Digging Deeper
- Protected: Bloom Into You Episode 4: Flowers and Butterflies
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