Hi, lady. I came from a very cold kingdom. Please warm me up with your heart.
…Wait, Nagi! Tamaki also! Don’t just eat takoyaki!
When we were dancing, I was always looking at this.
Shut up !
That sounds good…no! Shut up!
Brother, your instincts…
Aah, it looks impossible. I’m sorry, next time–.
Ah…! …Even though we got a call for an encore……You guys! When we go home today, we’re having a meeting!
A meeting of idol awareness…?
That’s right. Mitsuki is…
Nagi, Tamaki, for starters you two already have a lot of late appearances and last minute cancellations! When we take our eyes off of you, you do your own stuff and you just move on your own during dancing… Are you even listening?!
Sorry. Magical Kokona is available for real-time viewing, I believe it is my current task.
I told you to listen!! Yamato-san should say something also! You’re the leader, right?!
I’m the type of leader to follow the principle of laissez-faire .
Riku! As the center, tell them off properly and briskly!
Aah, umm… Let’s do this seriously. Since we’re finally getting on a good track.
Oh, I'm very serious. I seriously sing and dance.
That’s true, but…
We're doing what we need to do, so that's good enough.
You don’t know when we might have audience members watching. We need to keep it together off stage also. In order not to cause trouble to the members and manager, you should mentally prepare to take action five minutes before starting daily…
Sou-chan. You're too picky.
I just sing and dance in this group. That’s my job and I do it. I hate it when I get nagged on about other things.
You're nagging me after all. What a boring person.
Oh, is Sou mad?
I-Isn’t this the first time?
I'm not mad.
Do you see, Tamaki-kun? Look at Iori-kun. He’s the same age as you but he has things down properly.
Osaka-san… I feel sorry for him if he’s compared to me.
Don’t say such a line with your high ego and poisonous intentions…
You’re still 17 years old, so it might be that you’re having difficulty understanding what it means when we talk about actions with consequences. But, for this group to become bigger…
Aah, jeez. I got it !
Come on, Nagi also…
What? What are we talking about? Please wait until the commercials.
…This bastard! We were talking about how we were going to teach you how to properly sit down on your knees and bow your head…! (2)
Where are you going ?
…….He’s sulking. He’s definitely young, jeez.
…For the time being, let’s stop live activities.
Eh… W-Why are you deciding something like that on your own?
…Which is what the manager wants to say.
Manager, come here for a while.
Y-Yes. Excuse me.
What’s with them… those two…
What is it, so suddenly… I didn’t say anything about stopping live activities.
Are you an idiot? Please think about it. If I, the youngest in the group, start giving them orders, they won’t be amused, right?
So Iori-san also has been taking caution from the atmosphere…
……..In reality, I would like you to solve these troubles when they happen. There’s still tension left between the members, after all.
I-I’m sorry… But, to stop live activities…
Street lives, school festivals, it’s been going too well that everybody’s becoming more relaxed. During this time it is best if we reset, and return back to the beginning. While we stop our activities, we should have some outside stimulation as well.
Up-and-coming idols– Please prepare 8 tickets for TRIGGER’s live.
(1) Principle of Laissez-Faire is an economy system believeng there should be a minimal government intervention in economic affairs. But, The phrase laissez-faire is part of a larger French phrase and literally translates to "let (it/them) do", but in this context usually means to "let go". What Yamato is trying to say is that he doesn't want to intervene the meeting.
(2) In the Japanese social consciousness, the act of sitting on the ground and creating a scene (dogeza), is an uncommon deference only used when one is deviating greatly from daily behavior. It is seen as part of etiquette and filled with the feeling of being sorry about troubling the other person