Mita's interactions with the Asuda family are causing her to think more often about her dead husband and son. Kaito has to write an essay about how he appreciates his mother. This brings up the issue of the family's anger toward their mother for abandoning them. Mita reassures them that their mother really did love them and probably wanted to back out of the suicide and be with her family, but couldn't at the last moment save herself. When Kaito reads aloud his esssay about how he wishes he said "thank you" to his mother while she was alive, it's tear-inducing. Kii has an accident after deciding to let Kii help in the kitchen. It reinforces Mita's fear that she brings trouble to her loved ones whenever she acts on her own free will. She escapes to the amusement park and has her usual self-destructive imaginary lunch with her dead husband and son. The kids follow her and beg her to stop punishing herself, even swearing to always eat the food laid out for her dead husband and son. Mita actually cries and yells at them to stop being so nice to her. Sob. The kids assure her that nothing bad will happen to them if Mita loves them. Sob. Meanwhile, Urara continues to evade her feelings for her brother-in-law by pursuing an arranged marriage.