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Saeki-san has enough presence of mind to be curious as to who Ritsu is speaking with, and her pestering to know who’s on the other end alerts Takano to the fact that Ritsu isn’t alone.
He reassures Takano that it’s just Saeki-san, his former coworker, and that they ran into each other at the bookstore and had dinner together.
He ends the call, reminding Takano he must get Saeki-san into a taxi (as she’s now making a ruckus complaining to passersby about her low salary), and Takano ends the call with, “ Ritsu explains that they had dinner together and he was just about to bundle her off into a taxi.
Haitani offers to help, and since Ritsu was having a time of it, he accepts.
While he’s amazing at his job, he’s an utter failure when it comes to matters of the heart.
“He’s got exactly zero experience with anything that could help sell issues of a magazine designed to appeal to women’s dreams.” When Ritsu doesn’t quite follow the thread of his conversation, Haitani drops a bombshell.
He considers the possibility that these could be two different incidents, but he still can’t convince himself that Takano would ever do something so low.
Ritsu does, and Takano explains that there’s more to the story than just that.
Despite Takano rejecting the man’s affections, he still wound up breaking things off with Haitani, apparently.
Ritsu storms off in a huff, but internally, he is plagued by one question: what them from his head by slamming his head against a wall.
Takano walks in on this scene–and berates him for destroying company property…before wondering what led him to attempt to do so in the first place.