Saitou thinks he needs to keep working on a case all night; Sano thinks he needs something else.
Sano reminisces on the circumstances that finally brought him and Saitou together.
Saitou’s uniform smells like Sano, who has (for some reason) been wearing it.
There’s a certain phrase Saitou dislikes, but the one he’d rather say gives him even more trouble.
The payback for Sano’s winter pranks is more than he bargained for.
Sano worries about his unsatisfying affair with Saitou and when it may end.
Badly wounded after his escape from Shishio’s fortress, Saitou finds his life unexpectedly in Sano’s hands.
Certain interactions between Saitou and Sano, taken slightly out of context, may get Saitou in trouble at work.
When Sano is forced to live a day as Saitou and Saitou is forced to observe, the resulting realizations are nothing like what they expect.
Though he’s finally back from his business trip, Saitou still has things to do before he can give Sano what he wants.
Much as Kenshin and Katsu would like to pretend they don’t care about Sano’s breakup with Saitou, SOMETHING has to be done.
Sano is very bored. This is bound to annoy Saitou after not too long.
Has Aoshi really invited Saitou to a private interview because he has case-related information? Or is this a complicated cover for something else entirely?
Saitou doesn’t care at all if Sano spends the night with someone else. Really.
Shaman King (anime): Horohoro realizes and comes to grips with the true nature of his feelings toward his sister.