We discuss predictions for the Crunchyroll anime series Tomo-Chan Is a Girl! Season 1 Episode 11, and includes the release date and where to watch online.
Tomo’s (Rie Takahashi) competitive side came out during the school marathon this week. Although she stood a real chance of coming in first, a cold took her out in the end before she could finish. It seems she was still a winner, though, with her real prize being Jun (Kaito Ishikawa) carrying her back to school. Now that Jun’s true feelings are coming to the surface, hopefully, that shared moment between them is just the beginning.
- The episode opens with Tomo and Jun preparing to run a marathon in class.
- Carol informs Misuzu that Tanabe has been trying to get her attention.
- Tomo and Jun run ahead, only concerned with competing against one another.
- When Tomo pulls ahead of Jun, he pushes extra hard to get ahead of her. Just as he passes her, Tomo passes out.
- Jun feels Tomo’s forehead and realizes she has a fever. Tomo admits she practiced running late into the night before taking a bath and accidentally passing out naked in the bathroom.
- Jun decides to carry Tomo back to school himself and still manages to come in first in the marathon.
- When Jun visits her in the nurse’s office, Misuzu and Carol tell Tomo this is her chance to get Jun to care of her.
- Jun visits Tomo in the nurse’s office and tells her her mother is on the way. He asks Tomo if she can walk, to which Tomo responds that she cannot, so Jun agrees to carry her.
- When Jun comes to check in on Tomo at home, she gives him back the handheld game he lent to her as children.
- Right before the start of middle school, Jun landed a hit on Tomo for the first time in judo. While he was visibly excited, she said that Jun being on her level “was kind of depressing” and moved away from him.
- When middle school starts, Jun does not realize that Tomo is a girl until he sees her in the uniform for the first time.
- Too embarrassed to speak to Tomo in the hallway, Jun ignores her one day, and the next thing he knows, that day turns into a year.
- Misuzu and Jun start dating, thinking it will solve their problems with Tomo.
- When Misuzu tells Tomo they may not be able to be friends anymore, Tomo demands to know why. Misuzu explains that she doesn’t have the physical strength to keep up with Tomo, but Tomo says she doesn’t care whether or not Misuzu is athletic.
- Jun breaks up with Misuzu because he doesn’t think they are a good fit for each other.
- Jun gathers the courage to talk to Tomo.
- Tomo punches Jun and scolds him for ignoring her all this time.
- She and Jun then agree to go back to the way things were.
- In the present, Jun laments how things have changed between them.
- Jun realizes he has to accept Tomo for who she is now before it suddenly dawns on him that he may find Tomo cute.
Tomo-Chan Is a Girl! Season 1 Episode 11 Release Date and Time
Episode 11 is scheduled to release on Crunchyroll on Wednesday, March 15th, 2023. The release time is 1:00 p.m. ET. The title of episode 11 is unknown at this time, but it will have a run time of approximately 23 minutes.
Where to watch online
Viewers worldwide can catch Tomo-Chan Is a Girl! Season 1 Episode 11 with a subscription to Crunchyroll on the date mentioned above
Now that Jun has started acknowledging his potential feelings for Tomo, things will surely change between them. I thought that Carol and Misaki’s relationship might help to change things, but it seems Jun came to this conclusion all on his own. With only a few episodes left, seeing if he makes any moves will be interesting.
- Now that Jun has realized he finds Tomo attractive, I feel he might revert to being awkward, like in middle school. He doesn’t seem to handle change as well as he thinks, and he may need some time to come to terms with things.
- Since Tanabe returned this week, I could see him helping Jun come to terms with his feelings for Tomo by the end of the next episode.
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