Don’t Toy with Me, Miss Nagatoro Season 2 Episode 5 Recap.

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This article contains spoilers for the anime episode of Don’t Toy with Me, Miss Nagatoro Season 2 titled So This Is Your Room, Huh, Senpai? on Crunchyroll.

Miss Nagatoro, don’t play games with me.

Don t Toy with Me, Miss Nagatoro Season 2 Episode 5 recap

The big sister of Nagatoro was originally introduced to viewers in Season 2 Episode 4. Even though her intention may have been to make Nagatoro (voiced by Sumire Uesaka) a little embarrassed in front of her Senpai, the evening turned out well, and Senpai even discovered Nagatoro’s real first name.

It was a crucial stage in the development of Nagatoro and Senpai. Perhaps now that the roles have been reversed and he is the one who is ill, Nagatoro will also finally discover his name.

On his way to school, Nagatoro approaches Senpai as the show begins. He briefly considers using her first name after recalling that he had learned it the previous evening, but soon changes his mind.

Don’t Toy with Me, Miss Nagatoro Season 2 Episode 5

Nagatoro visits her sick Senpai

Things feel awkward between them because Senpai and Nagatoro are both blushing and avoiding eye contact. Nagatoro confesses she has been imitating strategies she saw in a magazine about flustering boys after unexpectedly grasping his sleeve.

Nagatoro is annoyed as he watches Senpai claim he has no emotions. He reaches out to grab her sleeve in response, but unintentionally takes her hand. She vehemently denies holding hands with him when Nagatoro’s buddies confront them.

Senpai becomes unwell at night and has to remain home by himself from school. Nagatoro searches the art room for him after being shocked not to have seen him on her morning walk to school. When she can’t locate him there, she texts his phone repeatedly to find out where he is.

She calls to check on him after discovering he’s sick but discovers he’s at home alone. Nagatoro visits Senpai’s home after school to see how he is doing. He is flattered by the suggestion, but she swiftly retracts it by claiming that she believed he had passed out when no one picked up the phone.

Nagatoro advises Senpai to get into his bed as his cold gets worse. She is astonished by how clean it is and instantly begins looking for something sinister. She rushes Senpai to bed when their banter causes him to have a coughing spell.

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Senpai’s fantasy

Nagatoro reassures Senpai that he should not worry when he is unable to recall where the house thermometer is. Instead, she presses her forehead against his to take his temperature.

Nagatoro announces that Senpai has a fever as his face gets bright red. Nagatoro remains to take care of him, applying a cold towel to Senpai’s forehead and bringing him fluids as his cold only becomes worse.

How does Nagatoro react to Senpai using her first name?

Senpai starts to daydream about the possibility of Senpai and Nagatoro getting married as his fever causes him to get disoriented. She takes the day off from work to care for and feed him.

He appears unaware that Nagatoro is also feeding him in reality, though. He rushes to thank Nagatoro in his fog but unintentionally calls her by her first name.

Don t Toy with Me, Miss Nagatoro Season 2 Episode 5 Ending Explained

Nagatoro takes some time to comprehend Senpai using her first name. When she does, she freaks out right away but quickly recognises this as a chance to taunt Senpai.

She asks him to say it again, but Senpai has already dozed out. After several unsuccessful tries, she begs him to say it one more time and, if he agrees, even offers to kiss him. Senpai’s mother arrives home just in time for her to find out.

The following morning, Senpai feels considerably better. His mother asks him about the “lovely girl” he had over the previous night after he apologises for arriving home so late. She then describes how she encountered Nagatoro as she was leaving and inquires as to whether or not they are dating. Senpai responds that they are not.

He reflects on his fantasy from the previous evening as he makes his way to school. He recalls using Nagatoro’s initial name, but he is unable to distinguish between the parts of his fantasy that were dreams and those that were actual events.

Things feel weird once more when he runs into Nagatoro, but he nevertheless thanks her for rescuing him. Just when Nagatoro thinks their relationship is back on track, Senpai’s buddies find them having fun and Nagatoro starts making up for yesterday by pretending to judo flip him.

Don’t Toy with Me, Miss Nagatoro Season 2 Episode 5

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Despite the fact that Nagatoro did not discover Senpai’s name this time, the episode was nonetheless enjoyable. This program does a good job of switching between humorous and more romantic parts, so neither ever feels out of place. Because their relationship never seems forced, I like the way the tension between Nagatoro and Senpai is gradually rising. It is allowed to develop naturally, with all of its pleasant and unpleasant moments included.

It will be intriguing to watch if and how Nagatoro’s desire to kiss Senpai ever again enters the picture. It’s a confession that the show won’t be able to ignore indefinitely. But if it does, it will undoubtedly be a satisfying moment.

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