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Shigure watching from the bushes as his bookcase falls down.
Mitsuru finds Shigure hiding in the kitchen.
MITSURU: WHAT DO YOU THINK YOU'RE DOING?!
SHIGURE: Oh, I was just feeling a bit hungry.
MITSURU: Five hundred pages. Not five! I need them now! You don't have time to be hungry!
SHIGURE: Of course. Of course. I'll get right on that. But one thing before I start, I just need one little favor: could you hold out your hands for me?
SHIGURE: Once I see that, I'll be able to write. No problem.
MITSURU: Is that a fact?
SHIGURE: Now, put your head down a bit... Donations for the poor beggar girl!
YUKI: So Miss Honda, what are you going to make?
TOHRU: New Year's cakes.
YUKI: Uhh, New Year's cakes?
TOHRU: I just hope I put down ingredients everyone likes.
YUKI: Oh, Shigure, Kyo and I will be going back to the house tonight. I'm sorry. I really should have explained earlier. It's sort of a Sohma family tradition. I uh-- I guess it was just an obvious thing to us that we'd be going that we completely forgot to mention it.
TOHRU: That's all right. But in that case I'm getting a little too much, huh?
MITSURU: *teary eyed and inspired* Shigure!
SHIGURE: Mii-chan, be a dear and hand me that newspaper, would you?
MITSURU: Ah, reasearch materials, right? You are working so hard!
SHIGURE: Of course, I am... I have to get ready for New Year's too, you know.
MITSURU: ... GAAHHH!
SHIGURE: Mii! Give me back my kite!
SHIGURE: Well, hello, Mii. You look tired. Come on, have a seat.
SHIGURE: Wah, I'm so full. Now I can spend the rest of the year without a care in the world.
MITSURU: You can't say that until you finish your manuscript.
SHIGURE: Still, you can't deny that the soba was delicious.
MITSURU: Now, you listen to me! This situation is critical here! Don't you understand? We have a deadline to meet! You can't afford to waste time on silly things like soba noodles or new year's--
SHIGURE: In fact, I'd eat it everyday if it weren't for what it did to my nails.
SHIGURE: Well, if you did so much soba, your fingernails start to smell funny, don't they?
Mitsuru smells her nails.
SHIGURE: Mii, you're such a sport.
ARISA: Hey, the writer guy asked me to give this to you.
MITSURU: Hm? You it was finished? Why didn't he just tell me? Why-- *falls apart*
SHIGURE: Ah,, but nothing can compare to the beautiful dance Yuki did three years ago.
Tohru: I wish I could've seen it!
YUKI: Don't go saying anything uncalled-for!
YUKI: In any event, if we go back to Sohma house tonight, we'll have to stay until the third, won't we? So for three days, we'll be leaving Miss Honda here all alone. Stupid cat, did you just realize that?
KYO: Don't call me stupid.
YUKI: Then don't act stupid, stupid.
TOHRU: Ehm, please wait, you two. Thank you for worrying, but you don't have to. I'll be all right. It's funny about just knowing that thinking about me... well... I'm so happy. And I want you to be happy too, so you should go. Enjoy yourselves. I mean, this is your family special night. And you get to see your parents for the first time in a while, right? I'm sure they are all looking forward to seeing you. Promise I'll be fine. And I'll take great care of the house while you're gone. You are talking to the girl who-- NHAH! the bath water! I left it running again!
SHIGURE: If that doesn't inspire confidence, nothing will.
KYO: You know, she always use to leave that window in her room wide open.
YUKI: What were you doing in her room?
KYO: I wasn't! I saw it from outside!
YUKI: She can be rather careless at times. This morning she tripped on the stairs again.
KYO: And she's always bumping into walls and stuff. Clumsy as she is, if there was a way to choke on rice, she'd find it.
YUKI: Don't even joke about that.
SHIGURE: You two, you sound like a couple of old ladies the way you worry.
SHIGURE: Aw, now that I think about it. There was an article on the evening paper about the rash of burglaries in the neighborhood. *Kyo and Yuki* stops walking. The culprit is still at large. Or so they say.
SHIGURE: Oi oi, you guys, where are you going?
YUKI AND KYO: Home!