Whereas most school fairs display student art and crafts, Ouran's fair displays student leadership and organizational skills (they all being future leaders of tomorrow). While Yoshio Otori finds his son Kyoya's involvement in the Host Club an affront to the family, Chairman Yuzuru Suou remains cold, distant and reproachful toward son Tamaki (with Grandma Suou even less accepting of him). They command Tamaki to escort Lady Éclair through the two days of the fair. It is obvious she's there to lock down a family-arranged romantic entanglement with Tamaki, but Tamaki is consumed more by recent thoughts over what futures the other hosts have sacrificed to be members of his club, which leads him to make a startling announcement. Written by
19 September 2006 (Japan)
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Uhh, aren't school fairs meant to be, I don't know, more about students proudly showcasing unique things they've made by hand?
Perhaps for a mere average school, yes, but at Ouran the emphasis is on planning and leadership skills. Keep in mind, most of our students are being groomed into positions of leadership, so they're required to showcase a talent for upward mobility, not arts and crafts.