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Nishida: "I hope you have no regrets."
Tsukasa: "What? Whose side are you on?"
Nishida: "I'm on the side of justice."
Tsukasa questions Nishida

"Bye bye, stupid guy" (ばいばいバカ男 () Bai bai baka otoko) is the third episode of the sequel series, Hana Yori Dango Returns. It aired on January 19, 2007 and was followed by the fourth episode, "Perilous battle" on January 26.

Tsukushi Makino plans to meet with Tsukasa Domyoji, but sees him and Shigeru Okawahara kissing. Later, Tsukasa is unable to clear up the misunderstanding with Tsukushi. She encourages him to date Shigeru, which he does.

Plot

Tsukushi Makino wordlessly leaves, after seeing Tsukasa Domyoji and Shigeru Okawahara kiss. Seconds later, Tsukasa pushes Shigeru away and orders her to leave. Tsukushi goes to work, while Tsukasa waits for her and Shigeru watches him. Rui Hanazawa suddenly shows up, so Tsukushi decides to take the day off anyway. He asks Tsukushi about her meeting with Tsukasa and if something happened. Tsukasa waits late into the night, and only leaves when Nishida comes to fetch him. That night, Shigeru visits Tsukushi, much to the latter's surprise. Shigeru spends most of the time complaining about Tsukasa's behavior and stays the night.

Cast and characters

Character Actor Notes
Akira Mimasaka Tsuyoshi Abe
Chieko Makino Mako Ishino
Erika Ayuhara Aki Fukada
Haruo Makino Susumu Kobayashi
Kaede Domyoji Mariko Kaga
Minako Yamano Emiko Matsuoka
Nishida David Ito
Rui Hanazawa Shun Oguri
Sachiyo Sengoku Takako Kato
Shigeru Okawahara Natsuki Kato
Sojiro Nishikado Shota Matsuda
Susumu Makino Satoshi Tomiura
Tsukasa Domyoji Jun Matsumoto
Tsukushi Makino Mao Inoue
Yuki Matsuoka Aki Nishihara
Yuriko Asai Saki Seto

Other

Guest roles

Ratings

Video Research Ltd.
Kanto Kansai
19.2% 19.9%

Notes

  • Tsukasa mixes up kanji again, when he explains to Shigeru that you get the "aka" ( () "clear, bright") from "akashi" and the "shiro" ( () "white") from "shiroi" to get "akashiro", which he thinks means "obvious". Actually, the two kanji together mean "meihaku" (明白 () "clearly").[2][3][4]
  • One of the foreigners comments that Tsukasa's hair reminds him of the singer, Lionel Richie.
  • Beyoncé's "Irreplaceable" can be heard at the cafe Rui and Tsukushi visit.

References

See also