Sano’s not the only one interested in Saitou’s attention tonight.
Sano did stupid shit as a child. Turns out maybe Saitou did too.
Sano’s grudge against Saitou appears to have kicked into overdrive, but can he make his point?
Sano and Kaoru are up late doing completely different things.
A list of traits Sano wants in a lover unexpectedly means a lot more to him now he’s no longer drunk.
Saitou tries to keep himself from dying of boredom by looking for the answer to a seemingly unimportant question.
Saitou is very irritated, for some reason, by the new development between Kenshin and Sano.
Saitou doesn’t approve of the direction Sano’s life is going, and one of them is going to have to compromise.
Both Sano and Tokio wonder why Saitou stays with Sano.
Regarding a one-night stand between Saitou and Sano, there’s some confusion that takes a little time to work out.
Sequel to As the Years Go Up In Smoke: Saitou no longer trusts himself, Kenshin claims to love Sano, and Sano feels more and more that it’s desperately important to recover his memory of the last two years… but can he handle it?
With a little help from their friends, Saitou and Sano work through a misunderstanding.
…That’s what Sano is telling Chou about Saitou.
Saitou’s brilliant plot to distract himself from Sano’s charms is not very effective.
Sano has stopped bothering Saitou, and this really bothers Saitou.