School Rumble

Season 2 Episode 11

Napolean, Between Life and Death.../Nishimoto, Between Instinct and Will.../Sara, Between Saint and Self...

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Aired Unknown Jun 18, 2006 on TV Tokyo
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Prologue: The story of Suga Ryuuhei is told. He’s Asou’s best friend, a member of the basketball club, and goes after girls who go after Asou. Instead of eating pickled eggplants, which is what his family specializes in, Ryuuhei eats at a ramen shop where Asou works. However, this time around, Asou serves pickled ramen to Ryuuhei (not to mention that Asou sticks his thumb in his food).

Napoleon, Between Life and Death...: The Sukuran gang is having fun at a potato hotpot cook-off, each having a certain goal in mind. Imadori wants revenge on Tougou for breaking his arm and on Lala for destroying his Jordans. Hanai wants to feed some hotpot to Yakumo (for he is the Magistrate of the Hotpot). However, when Harima’s pig Napoleon hears Tenma talking about how delicious pork broth is, things go hog wild!

Nishimoto, Between Instinct and Will...: After an earthquake injures Nishimoto (who was really trying to keep his volumes of adult videos from falling off their shelves and ended up getting squashed), he decides to give them away amongst the boys. That is until Hanai comes over and confiscates them.

Sara, Between Saint and Self...: While working as a nun, a boy says to her in a confession that he has a crush on someone. If he wins his next soccer match, then he will confess his feelings for her. And what about the letter that Sara received from a boy? That’s confidential.

Epilogue: More information about Ryuuhei is told. Apparently, Sara "mistakes" eggplant ramen with Nuka (with Sara’s thumb sticking in the food a la Asou) as Ryuuhei’s "favorite" dish.moreless

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