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It was a week of surprise twists, tearful goodbyes and shocking news, but before we get to the good stuff, we have to go over one exhausting subject: Ruka.

Again, Ruka is going on about his dream of being Spider-Man. Not becoming a comic book artist or even an actor, just becoming a real-life Spider-Man. Haruka is fed up hearing about Ruka’s childish plan and even mentions how she met a third grader who had the same dream as him. It’s cute when a child says it, but it’s not cute when a 20-year-old says it. She also chastises him for doing next to nothing to reach his goal. Ruka isn’t taking acting classes, didn’t land a job at that Marvel-themed bar and hasn’t even bothered to learn English for his Spidey debut. Ruka counters by saying that he’s learning English by speaking to the tourists that come to his store, but he doesn’t even know what the words “it” or “please” mean.

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