My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU
Cover of the Blu-ray box set released by NBCUniversal Entertainment Japan in Japan on March 4, 2015, featuring Hachiman Hikigaya (left) and Yukino Yukinoshita (right).
Country Japan
No. of episodes 12 + 1 Extra + OVA
Original channel TBS
Original release April 4, 2013 – June 27, 2013
Season chronology
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My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU (Japanese: やはり俺の青春ラブコメはまちがっている。 Hepburn: Yahari Ore no Seishun Rabu Kome wa Machigatteiru., lit. "My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong As I Expected."), also known in the short forms Hamachi (はまち?) and OreGairu (俺ガイル?), is an anime that was based on the Light Novel By The Same Name and the first entry in the OreGairu Anime Series directed by Ai Yoshimura and produced by Brain's Base. It was aired between April 5 and June 21, 2013, with an additional anime-original episode with writing by Wataru Watari following the series on June 28, 2013. The series was also simulcast with English subtitles by Crunchyroll, AnimeLab (Australia & New Zealand), Anime on Demand (UK & Ireland), and The Anime Network. It was also broadcasted on Animax-Asia on July 9, 2014. An OVA episode is bundled on Blu-ray Disc with the limited edition of the video game, which was released on September 19, 2013.

The opening theme is "Yukitoki" (ユキトキ) by Nagi Yanagi and the ending theme is "Hello Alone" by Saori Hayami and Nao Tōyama. The anime has been licensed by Sentai Filmworks in North America and Madman Entertainment in Australia.

The anime has a total of 13 episodes, which ran for 24 minutes each. The anime has been rated PG13, and its genres are comedy, romance, slice of life and school.

The anime covers the Volumes 1 - 6 from the Light Novel based on the same name, while on Episode 13 of the anime covers the Volume 6.5.


Opening Theme

"Yukitoki (ユキトキ)" by Nagi Yanagi

My Teen Romantic SNAFU - Official Trailer01:38

My Teen Romantic SNAFU - Official Trailer

opening theme of season 1


"Hello Alone -Yui Ballade-" by Nao Touyama (Yui Yuigahama) (Episode 5)

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My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU ED 2 (TV Size Lyrics)

"Hello Alone" (Yui Ballade) by Nao Tōyama (episode 5)

My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU (やはり俺の青春ラブコメはまちがっている) Ending 2 Song01:33

My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU (やはり俺の青春ラブコメはまちがっている) Ending 2 Song

Episode 13


This romantic comedy revolves around an antisocial high school student named Hachiman Hikigaya who is a loners and pragmatic with a distorted view on life and has no friends or girlfriend. When he sees his classmates talking excitedly about living their adolescent lives, he mutters: "They're a bunch of liars." When he is asked about his future dreams, he responds, "Not working." A teacher gets Hachiman to join the "Volunteer Service" club, which happens to have the school's prettiest girl, Yukino Yukinoshita who despite their varying personalities and ideals, offer help and advice to others as part of their school's Service Club.

It largely depicts various social situations faced by teens in a high school setting and the psychology driving their interactions.

List of Episodes

No. Title Original airdate
Episode 1 "And Thus Their Mistaken Youth Begins."
"Kōshite Karera no Machigatta Seishun ga Hajimaru." (こうして彼らのまちがった青春が始まる。)
April 5, 2013
[Hachiman Hikigaya] is a pragmatic loner who has the ideal that "youth" is wasted on those who deceive themselves by its innocent bliss. Because of this ideal, he is forced by his language teacher [Shizuka Hiratsuka] to join the school's Service Club in order to improve his social nature. Hachiman meets the club's only other member, [Yukino Yukinoshita], a beautiful girl who holds no restraint in telling people the truth about themselves. Immediately as they meet, their ideals clash and begin debating the flaws of their respective personalities. Unable to reach a common ground, Shizuka proposes that they both contest their ideals by helping people sent to the club, with the winner being able to order the loser around. The following day Hachiman returns to the club room to discover that like himself, Yukino is also a (paradoxical) loner; she is alone because of her beauty, rather than her beauty drawing people towards her, although she doesn't let it bother her. Just then, [Yui Yuigahama] enters the club with a request that they help her bake cookies for a "certain person". Yukino tries and fails to get Yui to bake correctly, prompting Hachiman to take a turn. Hachiman uses psychology to make Yui think her own cookies are actually good and hence she shouldn't be put off by their taste, instead that the person would appreciate her thought. The following week, at the club Yukino asks Hachiman about Yui's request, stating that she believes that people should push themselves to their limits to improve, but Hachiman retorts that simply putting in effort in working towards a goal is reward enough. Yui later shows up at the clubroom and after making plans with Yukino to have lunch, she gives both Hachiman and Yukino baked cookies as thanks for their help. 
Episode 2 "Surely, Everyone Else Has The Same Troubles."
"Kitto, Dareshimo Hitoshi Nami ni Nayami o Kakaeteiru." (きっと、誰しも等し並みに悩みを抱えている。)
April 12, 2013
While in class, Hachiman thinks about the pros and cons of forming social groups by comparing the act to the animal kingdom and wishes he was a solitary bear while subsequently drawing one on his biology assignment. While being reprimanded by Shizuka, she asks Hachiman about the club's progress and states that she simply wanted to separate both Hachiman and Yukino from everyone else because of their unorthodox views on society. At lunch, Hachiman observes Yui's continually failed attempts to break away from her social group led by the popular [Yumiko Miura] in order to have lunch with Yukino. Yui, soon finds herself in a tight spot when she can't explain why she has to leave to Yumiko. Just then Yukino shows up and demands to know why Yui is late, but understands once Yumiko makes herself known. Yukino then proceeds to point out the flaws in Yumiko's personality, in that she imposes her beliefs on others as the unrequited leader of her social group. Afterwards, realizing the tense atmosphere, everyone but Yui and Yumiko exit the class, allowing them to resolve their differences, while outside the class, Yukino and Hachiman listen to Yui telling Yumiko her true feelings of the way she wants to be treated. After school, an acquaintance of Hachiman, the delusional [Yoshiteru Zaimokuza] shows up at the club with a request that they help him review a light novel he wrote, which they accept. That evening, while walking home, Hachiman has a flashback involving a dog and a car while crossing the street. The following day, without hesitation, Yukino harshly critiques Yoshiteru's work, making him feel put down, but also glad that he was able to get honest opinions from people for something he wrote and promises to have them review his next work. 
Episode 3 "Sometimes The God of Romantic Comedies Does Good Deeds."
"Tamani Rabu Kome no Kami-sama wa ī Koto o Suru." (たまにラブコメの神様はいいことをする。)
April 19, 2013
During gym class, Hachiman practices against a wall by himself since as usual by his own scheme, he doesn't have a tennis partner. At lunch, Hachiman eats alone at his favorite spot because of the nice sea breezes that blow in from the shore but is interrupted by Yui. While they chat, they are both interrupted by [Saika Totsuka] and Hachiman is fooled by his androgynous appearance. The following day, Hachiman pairs up with Saika for tennis who asks Hachiman to join the Tennis Club to help raise their strength. Unsure of what to do, Hachiman asks Yukino for advice. Just then, Yui shows up with Saika who requests that the club help him with tennis practice, which takes a few days with no improvement. At the tennis court, Yumiko and her posse show up and demand to use the court. [Hayama Hayato] and Yumiko make wager with Hachiman and Yui to have a double tennis match with the winner being able to use the court and help Saika practice. As Yumiko and Hayato steadily gain the upper hand, Yui sprains her ankle but gets Yukino as her replacement. After a bit of pregame banter with Yumiko, Yukino steadily dominates the game until her stamina runs low, and entrusts the game to Hachiman. Hachiman uses his knowledge of the sea breeze's speed and direction and is able to win the match. Although, everyone ignores the Service Club's victory since Hayato protects Yumiko from injuring herself after Hachiman's final serve. At the end, Yukino leaves with Yui while Saika thanks Hachiman, who remarks that the "god of romantic comedies" is a retard for the end pairing which seems homosexual. As Hachiman returns to the club room, he walks in on Yui and Yukino changing and is knocked out with a tennis racquet before complementing the "god" on his sense of humor. 
Episode 4 "In Other Words, He Has Few Friends."
"Tsumari, Kare wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai." (つまり、彼は友達が少ない。)
April 26, 2013
On they way to school, Hachiman and his sister, [Komachi Hikigaya] talk about the car accident Hachiman had been involved in on what was supposed to be his first day of High School. At school, Hachiman is once again reprimanded by Shizuka for his "Workplace Visit Survey" where he tries to justify becoming a "house-husband". At the Service Club meeting, Yui and Hachiman receive a mysterious chain text implicating 2F's [Kakeru Tobe], [Ōoka], and [Yamato] as delinquents. At this time, Hayato enters the club room and requests that the Service Club help him stop the text from circulating, which they accept. They realize that the texts are connected to the upcoming three-person-per-group Workplace Visit and since Hayato's clique has four people, one of them is spreading the rumors to get someone knocked out of the group. Yukino has Yui and Hachiman gather information on the three suspects, but Yui fails to gather any information due to her inability to remain subtle. Hachiman decides to instead Hayato's clique, noticing that when Hayato is around they are all lively. Hayato then approaches Hachiman and asks of his progress, just as Hachiman observes that the clique is now quiet and awkwardly checking their phones now that Hayato is no longer with them. Realizing the situation, Hachiman explains to everyone at the Service Club, that he doesn't know who the culprit is, but explains that their behavior when Hayato isn't around suggests they are only acquaintances, with Hayato being their mutual friend, therefore they are literally competing for his attention. He solves the case by suggesting that Hayato have the three of them group and have a chance to get to know each other better, which seems to work. As thanks, Hayato groups with Hachiman along with Saika for the Workplace Visit. 
Episode 5 "Once Again, He Returned To His Original Path."
"Mata Shite mo, Kare wa Moto Kita Michi e Hikikaesu." (またしても、彼は元来た道へ引き返す。)
May 3, 2013
Hachiman arrives late for his after school prep class and tries and is reprimanded by Shizuka. At the same time, another student, [Saki Kawasaki] also arrives late. As Hachiman leaves the class he notices Saki looking at a flyer for summer school classes. Later, Hachiman runs into Yukino, Yui and Saika having a study session at a local cafe and are joined by Komachi and her friend, [Taishi Kawasaki]. Taishi explains to them that he is worried about Saki since she comes home late every night. Yukino resolves to accept his worry as a request for the Service Club to determine what Saki's agenda is. At school, the Service Club try and fail using various methods to approach Saki. Later on, they learn that Saki works in a cafe somewhere in Chiba City, and track down the two most likely cafes. The Service Club discover that Saki works nights at the second cafe on the top floor of the classy Royal Okura Hotel. Here, Yukino reveals that Saki lied about her age to the management so that she can work nights there for her own reasons. The following day, Hachiman is reveals to the group that Saki is working to fund her summer school tuition so as not to burden her family, although she was inadvertently worrying her brother and solves the problem by telling Saki to apply for a scholarship. As they walk home, Komachi, reveals to Hachiman that he already knew the owner of the dog he saved in the accident, i.e. Yui, surprising him. This prompts Hachiman to cut his ties with Yui at the end of the Workplace Visit, believing that she was only nice to him out of guilt because of the accident. Upset by his words, Yui runs off. Hachiman ends with a monologue explaining that a loner such as himself might misunderstand feelings of girls when they are nice to him, so rather than fall for that "trap", he will always reject them. 
Episode 6 "Finally The Beginning Between Him And Her Has Ended."
"Yōyaku Kare to Kanojo no Hajimari ga Owaru." (ようやく彼と彼女の始まりが終わる。)
May 10, 2013
As school resumes, Hachiman feels satisfied that he was able to "reset" his relationship with Yui so that she is no longer burdened by guilt. The days progress and Yui seemingly drops out of the Service Club. Shizuka pays a visit to the club and proposes a battle royale between Yukino and Hachiman to determine the winner of the wager they had set previously and tells them to find a third person to join the club. Yukino tells Hachiman that she would like to get Yui to rejoin the club by celebrating her birthday. That weekend, Yukino, Hachiman and Komachi go shopping to find presents for Yui but are initially unsuccessful. They eventually decide on buying her some type of conformativly designed clothing. Afterwards, they are confronted by Yukino's older sister, [Haruno Yukinoshita], who teases Hachiman and Yukino of being a couple. As Haruno leaves, Hachiman remarks on Haruno's facade which Yukino had already known. Eventually a dog runs out of nowhere and starts playing with Hachiman. While wondering whose dog it is, Yui shows up behind them and mistakes them for being on a date and hurriedly makes to leave, but not before Yukino asks her to visit the club on Monday. On Monday, Yui shows up at the club and Yukino thanks Yui for all that she did for the club and gives her the birthday present. Hachiman also produces a present for her, and refers to their last encounter at the "Workplace Visit". Yui laments that she doesn't want their relationship to end, although this time, Yukino sincerely helps repair the rift between them by stating that by "ending" one path, they can "begin" a new one, before she leaves to inform Shizuka of Yui's return. Afterwards, as Hachiman readies to leave, he picks up the book Yukino is always seen reading, while thinking of Yukino's sincere words. 
Episode 7 "Anyway, It Is Strange To Not Rest During Summer Vacation."
"Tomoare, Natsuyasuminanoni Yasumenai no wa Nanikaokashī." (ともあれ、夏休みなのに休めないのは何かおかしい。)
May 17, 2013
Hachiman tries to relax during summer break, but is eventually tricked by Komachi and Shizuka, along with Yukino, Yui, Saika, Hayato, Yumiko, Kakeru and [Hina Ebina] to help out at an elementary school's summer camp at the Chiba Mura Park. Shizuka then explains to Hachiman that it will provide a good opportunity for him and Yukino to interact with people from other social cliques. As the activities begin, Hachiman and Yukino immediately notice [Rumi Tsurumi], an elementary school loner, being shunned outright by her classmates. Soon enough, as everyone helps prepare lunch, Hachiman and Yukino observe Hayama's failed attempts to talk to Rumi, which prompts her to walk away towards Hachiman and Yukino. After introducing themselves, Rumi explains how the social disparities in her elementary school affect her, and resolves to make friends in middle school, although Yukino explains that the flaw in her plan is that since Rumi will end up in the same middle school as those ignoring her now, that behavior will likely be adopted by the new students as well. Afterwards, as the Sōbu High group finish dinner, they discuss Rumi's circumstances and try to come up with ways to help her. Later, Hachiman, unable to sleep, goes for a walk and finds Yukino out stargazing. Yukino explains that she inadvertently made Yumiko cry after spending thirty minutes refuting her arguments on helping Rumi. Yukino also tells Hachiman that she wants to help Rumi because she reminds her of Yui and that Hayama's inability to do anything for her may be bothering him. As Hachiman asks about Hayato, she explains that she knew him since elementary school and that his father is an adviser to her family's company, finally saying that she's glad she was able to come to the park and leaves for bed. As Hachiman, looks at the stars, Rumi is seen squatting alone by the riverbank. 
Episode 8 "One Day They Will All Know The Truth."
"Izure Karera Kanojora wa Shinjitsu o Shiru." (いずれ彼ら彼女らは真実を知る。)
May 24, 2013
The next morning, while the Sōbu High group have breakfast, Shizuka has them prepare for a bonfire as well as a special 'test of courage' scare quest for the elementary children. Later that day, the Sōbu High girls have fun at the river. While watching the spectacle from the riverbank, Hachiman is joined by Rumi, Yukino and Yui and they further discuss Rumi's issue of making friends. Afterwards, Hachiman resolves to do something about Rumi's issue during the 'test of courage'. Later, as the Sōbu High group prepares for the 'test of courage' Hachiman tells them his plan, which involves virtually shattering the relationship between the group of girls who shun Rumi, and uses the dark nature of humanity's selfishness to support his hypothesis. During the 'test of courage' instead of cosplaying as ghosts to scare Rumi's group, Hayato, Rumiko and Kakeru pretend to bully them, while presenting them the option of deciding on three victims to stay. The girls unanimously decide on Rumi as the first, then in-fight amongst themselves for the remaining two. However, in a surprising turn of events, Rumi uses her camera to blind Hayato's group and helps the other girls escape. Afterwards, at the bonfire, even though nothing seems to have changed, Shizuka and Yukino praise Hachiman for his idea in their own way, while Hayato laments to Hachiman his desire to befriend him. The next day, as the Sōbu High group gets ready to leave, Yukino's sister Haruno shows up in a black limousine to pick Yukino up. After a bit of casual teasing by Haruno to Hachiman and Yui, Yukino with a pained expression, leaves. Yui recognizes the limo as the one that hit Hachiman, although he pretends that he cannot remember, when in reality he does, while expressing that the group didn't see Yukino for the remainder of the Summer break. 
Episode 9 "For The Third Time, He Returned To His Original Path."
"Mitabi, Kare wa Moto Kita Michi e Hikikaesu." (三度、彼は元来た道へ引き返す。)
May 31, 2013
Hachiman grows restless as the end of summer approaches while at the same time babysitting Yui's dog Sablé. As thanks Yui invites Komachi and Hachiman to the upcoming Fireworks Festival, however Komachi slyly declines the invitation, instead pressuring Hachiman to go with Yui. On the day of the festival, Hachiman suppresses his human instincts of being with Yui with his own warped logic. As they shop for Komachi's items, they encounter [Minami Sagami] and her clique who innocently tease Yui for attending with Hachiman by making the Festival out to be a girls-only social event. As the fireworks start, Yui remarks on Hachiman's thoughtfulness, while running into Haruno. As the three sit and watch the fireworks, they discuss their relationships with Yukino, with Haruno lamenting that things never seem to work out for Yukino. At the end of the festival, Haruno offers to take Hachiman and Yui home in her limo, although they end up declining despite Hachiman's words that he isn't bothered by the past accident. Later, Yui asks Hachiman if Yukino had ever told him about the accident to which he negatively replies, stating that they should not dwell on matters that Yukino would rather not discuss. Yui retorts that she would like the three of them to get to know each other better, hence be closer friends and suggests that herself and Hachiman would have been friends even if the accident hadn't occurred. Although Hachiman rejects Yui's theory on the basis of cause and effect. As the discussion takes a romantic turn, Yui is interrupted by a call from her mother and hurries off. School resumes the next day and Hachiman and Yukino run into each other. Finally Hachiman ends with a monologue explaining that he hates himself for believing his own ideal of Yukino, because just like any ordinary person, she too lies. 
Episode 10 "The Distance Between Them Still Has Not Changed As The Festival Is Soon A Carnival."
"Izentoshite Karera no Kyori wa Kawarazu ni, Matsuri wa Mōsugu Kānibaru." (依然として彼らの距離は変わらずに、祭りはもうすぐカーニバる。)
June 7, 2013
Yui begins to notice the gap developing between Hachiman and Yukino during the usual Service Club meetings. After falling asleep during class, Hachiman is nominated, along with Minami Sagami as 2F's representatives for the committee responsible for Sōbu High School's upcoming cultural festival. At the committee meeting, Minami nominates herself to be its president in order to further her own social reputation as well as self-actualization. That evening, Yukino decides on suspending the Service Club for the festival when Minami and her clique visit and ask for their assistance in running the festival committee. Yukino solely accepts, upsetting Yui who makes Hachiman look out for her if anything goes wrong. As the committee starts preparing, Yukino, as the vice-president overwhelms Minami in her understanding and tactical management of the various priorities that encompass the festival. Later, Hachiman is able to dodge being a part of Hina's yaoi play due to his committee duties. Meanwhile, Haruno shows up at the committee and tries to apply for a musical performance much to Yukino's reluctance, but, after arriving late, Minami approves, in an attempt to get back at Yukino for taking the committee's spotlight. Afterwards, Minami suggests that they take a break and help enjoy setting up for the festival to Yukino's disapproval. Eventually the remaining committee members divide the work amongst themselves, with Yukino efficiently taking on most of it. Hayato and Meguri Shiromeguri grow concerned over Yukino's division of work, but her initial stance is indirectly justified by Hachiman, causing her to reconsider. Minami arrives to check their progress and basically makes Yukino her committee proxy before leaving to enjoy setting up. Yukino takes most of the work home and the following day fails to show up at school because of a cold according to Shizuka. 
Episode 11 "Thus, The Curtain Of Each Stage Rises, The Festival Reaches Its Climax."
"Soshite, Sorezore no Butai no Maku ga Agari, Matsuri wa Saikō ni Fesutiba Tte Iru." (そして、それぞれの舞台の幕が上がり、祭りは最高にフェスティバっている。)
June 14, 2013
After school, Hachiman and Yui visit Yukino to check up on her. Yui expresses a desire for her to rely on them more, which she confirms that she will at some point. Afterwards, Hachiman decides to alter the committee's mindset instead of conforming which they had been using as an excuse to escape their duties. The following day, the committee tries to decide on a theme for the festival. Hachiman indirectly teases Minami's suggestion, and counters with his own, which involves using wordplay on the Japanese Kanji for "human" which describes an analogy for half of the committee members slacking off from their duties, while relying on the rest and hence victimizing them. This gets Hachiman contemptuous looks from the members, but Yukino is able to see the method to his words, that allowed everyone to see their excuses for not working their hardest. The next day, the committee comes out in force with Yukino continuing to take charge. Haruno explains how Hachiman's stunt made him an enemy of the committee and if he works harder, that would motivate everyone else to unite and surpass him, which is fortified by Yukino when she assigns him an unbearable amount of work to get through. As the festival starts, Minami falters in her opening speech with a bit of stage fright. Eventually Hachiman goes to oversee Hina's play which turns out to be a huge hit. Afterwards, while taking a break, Yui brings Hachiman lunch and they discuss how to best get closer to Yukino. After they eat, Hachiman misreads the situation and tries to pay Yui back with money for the food, but Yui indirectly asks Hachiman out, which he awkwardly realizes. Meanwhile, depressed with her inability to do anything meaningful for the festival, Minami locks herself in the bathroom 
Episode 12 "Thus, His and Her and Her Mistaken Youth Continues."
"Kōshite, Kare to Kanojo to Kanojo no Seishun wa Machigai Tsudzukeru." (こうして、彼と彼女と彼女の青春はまちがい続ける。)
June 21, 2013
Soubu High's Cultural Festival continues and Hachiman is stuck carrying out his duty as a committee member by documenting the day's events on film. Komachi shows up and is surprised to find her brother actually taking a bit of responsibility. As the festival enters its last stages, Haruno entertains the audience with a full orchestra performance. Soon enough, as the closing ceremony approaches, Meguri reports that Minami is missing in action. Since she is needed to deliver the closing speech, the group decides to stall for time while Hachiman searches the campus for her. Hachiman eventually finds Minami atop the laboratory roof and realizes she is sulking because Yukino stole the spotlight away from her, despite asking for her help. Hayato and Minami's clique show up to get her, although she refuses to budge. Seeing no other alternative, Hachiman craftily uses reverse psychology combined with Minami's true social reality to guilt her into accepting her duty; using a tone which enrages Hayato. Afterwards, the festival ends as Yui, Yukino, Haruno and Shizuka give their extra musical performance followed by Minami's closing speech. Everyone shows mixed reactions on Hachiman's course of action but Shizuka compliments him for always finding ways to rescue people from their problems, but laments that it breaks her heart since he always sacrifices himself to do so. That evening, at the Service Club room, Hachiman and Yukino discuss how far they've come to know each other, with Yukino hinting that they've become friends. Yui eventually shows up at the club to invite them for an after party hosted by Hayato to celebrate the festival's success. Hachiman ends by pondering that while there aren't any second chances in life, his and Yukino's ideals on society may continue to be seen as deviances. 
Episode 13 Extra "Therefore, Their Festival Is Not Over Yet."
"Dakara, Karera no Matsuri wa Owaranai." (だから、彼らの祭りは終わらない。)
June 28, 2013
In medias res, Soubu High School holds a Sports Festival and while walking around, Hachiman tries to justify his reasoning for not participating in any events by his own interpretation of a speech given by Pierre de Coubertin. Some time after the Cultural Festival, the Service Club receives an email asking for help in planning the upcoming Sports Festival. While the club discuss their ill experiences at the last Sports Festival, [Meguri Shiromeguri] enters the club room and reveals that she had made the request, which they accept. At the sports committee meeting, while everyone brainstorms ideas for events, Shizuka shoots them all down, on account that people have become more socially sensitive over what an event entails. Eventually Hachiman suggests that they call in Yoshiteru and Hina who are better with creative work and soon enough, get some ideas to work on. As the festival continues, the white team takes the lead over the red team thanks to Hayato's athletics. As the girl's main event gets underway, which was designed based on the historical [Battle of Kōnodai] by Yoshiteru, Yukino is able to help the red team catch up. Finally for the last boys' pole drop event, Hachiman uses Yoshiteru to create a distraction while he stealthily approaches the white team's pole by disguising himself has a white player using some bandages. Although he is stopped by Hayato, Hachiman reveals his double feint and at that moment has Yoshiteru charge at the pole and win the event and supposedly the festival. The next day at the Service Club Yukino reveals that the red team was disqualified because Hachiman's deception was akin to cheating, but they resolve to participate the next year. As things return to normal, Hachiman concludes by pondering that they will make the most of their high school lives until it reaches an end. 
OVA Episode "There's No Choice But To Wish Them Happiness Right Here As They Arrive At Their Destiny."
"Kochira Toshite mo Karera Kanojora no Yukusue ni Sachiōkaran Koto o Negawazaru o Enai." (こちらとしても彼ら彼女らの行く末に幸多からんことを願わざるを得ない。)
September 19, 2013
While waiting for Komachi to prepare breakfast, Hachiman ponders on the institution of marriage with his opinion entailing that people deceive themselves into thinking that it makes them happy while they go about its compulsory activities. As Komachi teases that Hachiman's opinion would be unlikely to get him married, he deduces that having a little sister to take care of their sibling to be the same as being married. After school Shizuka enlists the Service Club to help her prepare a magazine as part of a campaign by the Chiba region to promote "Love and Marriage" to teenagers. Hachiman and Yukino start brainstorming ideas which turn out to be too complex for average high schoolers to understand. However Yui suggests that they conduct a marriage survey in class 2F. However the broad answers that 2F provides only seem to emphasize their inexperience in such things, which prompts Yukino to call in Komachi who has a similar experience when taking care of Hachiman. Komachi suggests that they refocus the project on how to be a better wife and has Shizuka, Yui and Yukino compete in contests she makes up. During the first cook-off contest, Hachiman praises Shizuka's cooking prowess. During the second bridal quiz contest, Komachi presents a series of scenarios to Shizuka, Yukino, Yui and Hachiman. During the last bridal dress contest, Hachiman compliments Shizuka's beauty and Komachi is forced to award her as victor of the competition. Afterwards, the Service Club starts preparing their findings for the magazine, with Hachiman lagging behind because of his workload, much to Yukino's annoyance. Finally as Hachiman prepares his article, he writes that since no amount of preparation can really prepare someone for the unforeseen future, he advises female readers to stake their claim on their desired husbands since everyone deserves the right to be happy. 

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  • 'SNAFU' is a US military derived slang acronym, which stands for 'Situation Normal: All F***ed Up'.
  • In the Blu-ray version, there are some edits in other episodes that could help differentiate between the TV version and the Blu-ray version. Here's one example here .

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