I suppose the ending was okay.
More past the break.
Everyone’s life goes on as normal. Kirino’s friend Kanako is drafted into a modelling agency, while Kyousuke wonders why Kirino is acting so oddly.
After being begged to buy the two new visual novels being released in a midnight launch (much like Kud Wafter) Kyousuke obliges.
Kirino mistakes a call from Kuroneko as being from Kyousuke. Kuroneko is making cat-ear sets for Kirino and wanted to know her head’s dimensions.
Meanwhile, Kyousuke makes it home safely. Kyousuke intended to leave, but Kirino asks him to play the eroge together. Even though he agrees he isn’t too into the story so his dull remarks ruin the mood.
Wanting to prevent Kyousuke from leaving, Kirino reveals that she has one final request for a life talk.
No, he’s not being mesmerized by Kirino’s butt. Though if I was in his position I would be.
So what was Kirino hiding from Kyousuke? It turns out that she has been invited to train track & field at United States, and she’s supposed to leave at 10:20am on that day.
It’s obvious from her dialogue that Kirino wants Kyousuke to stop her from leaving, but she can’t be honest with Kyousuke. Similarly, Kyousuke hides his true feelings. He repeatedly insist that she should go to the US and a frusted Kirino slaps him twice and begins punching him.
The situation is only solved by Kirino’s fallen laptop accidentally selecting the “Stop her” path in the eroge they were playing.
Next morning Kyousuke wakes up to a strangely quiet house. No sign of Kirino anywhere as he makes his way down to the living room.
But at the entrance to the living room he hears a familiar voice. It turns out Kirino decided not to leave. Her dad is happy to hear her decision and so is Kyousuke.
That’s it for the anime adaptation! Good end.