Usa begins his new job at the houseboy cafe (as that is apparently a thing) and immediately runs into trouble. The rest of the Kawai complex crew decide to pay him a visit as his “Freak Show” past begins to haunt him.
A flasher has been harassing women in the neighborhood and the Kawaisou crew worry about Ritsu’s lack of situational awareness. Sumiko’s friend owns a very specific themed cafe and tries to recruit Usa when she recognizes his ability to wrangle crazy people.
Shiro returns a missing wallet to the police which happens to be owned by a young elementary school girl. When the girl stops by the Kawai complex to thank him, she… falls in love?
The Kawai complex residents sit down and analyze how they handle their relationships. Usa takes a genuine interest in one of Ritsu’s books, giving the pair some common ground. Sumiko proposes telling a group story to kill time together, with disturbing results.
Usa takes Sayaka’s words to hard and ups his efforts to get closer to Ritsu. He learns more about why Ritsu doesn’t have friends, but his borderline stalker methods might take things too far.
Usa buys a bike but Ritsu doesn’t seem impressed. Mayumi’s Ex tries to contact her, leaving her with mixed emotions. Sayaka’s flirtatious personality proves to be quite dangerous in more ways than one.
The residents of the complex spend their break together, making giant bubbles, doing laundry, and watching horror movies. Usa meets the fifth and final tenant of the building but she may not be the sweet, normal girl that she appears to be.