You know, the Abilities Bureau seems kinda incompetent. This week, Kei resets time following Eri Oka’s antagonistic confession. She’s declared that she’ll ruin everyone Kei knows, starting with Misora, yet he doesn’t contact the authorities until after her powers are stolen. Or at least I assume so. You think they might try to detain an ability user who’s using her powers to threaten people, especially since they knew about Eri’s power beforehand. But I guess they’ll just outsource the job to a couple of impossibly deadpan teens.
As it turns out, Eri idolizes Kei because he told her how to deal with her abusive dad when they were younger. Kei also recommended that she take up her mother’s last name, Oka, leading to the persona she uses now. This convinced her that she needed to do morally questionable things (like blackmail her own dad) to be a hero like Kei. However, according to her bizarro logic, since Kei is already a hero, she needs to become a villain, leading her to both resent and pedestalize him. I’m not really sure how this dynamic is supposed to work. My guess is that there’s supposed to be a difference between Kei’s