Saitou is very irritated, for some reason, by the new development between Kenshin and Sano.
Sano has an ambiguous conversation with the cop that’s been assigned to his neighborhood.
Sano knows he should be happy with Saitou, but it’s just not that simple.
Sano knows exactly how to get Saitou’s attention in exactly the way he wants it.
As he says goodbye, Saitou makes a final subtle appeal for Sano’s attention.
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.
Firefly: Jayne notices Simon; River notices Jayne noticing.
Chou and Sano don’t like each other; they just want to have sex. Being forced to endure each other’s company as they attempt to find a place to do the deed makes for an interesting night.
Sano’s gotten himself shot, and Saitou seems determined to smoke himself to death worrying about it.
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?
Sano has that effect on Saitou just by lying around asleep.
With a little help from their friends, Saitou and Sano work through a misunderstanding.