Oh, Fujii, why do you have such terrible taste in men?
The chapter about Yugi and Kouda is amazingly sweet, possibly because I have a crush on Kouda.
More water imagery, natch. Also more attention to Fujii's ass. Okazaki is definitely a fan of the derriere.
There are some interesting hints at gender analysis -- the middle-aged manager who wants to fire Yugi because she's expensive "even though" she's a woman, Yugi and Tanaka not being able to stand each other but both united in relationship analyses Fujii doesn't understand.
More panels turned on their sides in this one, not sure what it means.
The younger women, the new-hires, and the searing casual contempt of their older single female colleagues.