|That Babyish Little Child Vanishes Like a Soap Bubble|
|Storyboard||Masayuki Iimura,Masayuki Kojima|
|Animation Director||Yoshimi Agata,Yuji Moriyama,Takashi Narikawa|
|Japanese Air Date|
November 21st, 2015
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The washing machine breaks so the girls try to do the laundry by hand. Later, during a curry party Chino gets drunk off of some chocolates and becomes a cute little sister.
Sharo and Chiya come over to Rabbit House for something to drink. They offer to lend Cocoa a hand but she claims she will be fine as Rize approaches to announce she is finished for the day. After she spots coffee stains on Cocoa's shirt she realizes Cocoa attempted to sip from Sharo's drink. The girls begin to discuss the weather and how the laundry won't take long to dry if she wants to get it washed- until Chino reveals that the machine broke recently, so for the time being they will need to go to the Laundromat until they can repair it. Cocoa takes off for a moment and returns with a basin full of clothing and a change of clothes.
Outside, Cocoa offers to wash Rize and Chino's clothing as well and suggests they get changed but when the girls worry she might be too rough, Sharo steps in to show them the proper way of handwashing laundry. Chiya brings up that Sharo used to clean her clothing like this, and Chino expresses relief to know that Cocoa will have help. They begin watching as several bubbles float around and become distracted as they want to play with them. Cocoa suggests a contest against Chiya until Sharo reminds them of the laundry work but can't help observing as Chino heads out to play.
Rize returns to find the girls playing and pops a bubble. This causes Chiya grief as she claims it was her best and she suddenly faints. Nobody pays her much attention, with Sharo offering to wash Rize's uniform for her. She agrees and compliments her efforts as Sharo cleans; only to freak out upon spotting a tear in the armpit and fearing it was her own doing. Rize assures her that it wasn't her fault though, and tries to calm her down while Chino gets up to locate Cocoa after noticing she left.
Heading inside, Chino hears sound coming from a nearby room and she tries to get a better look, when suddenly, a ghost grabs her. She screams and the trio rush inside to find her in peril; until Rize rips off the cloth to reveal the supposed ghost was Cocoa. She explains that she wanted to wash the curtains but in her attempts to gather them they were too heavy and fell on top of her. The five work together to gather the rest of them and bring them back outside, where Cocoa attempts to wash them with confidence. But when she realizes how difficult it is, Cocoa attempts to get the others to help her, suggesting they use their feet to wash them.
At first the girls find this idea to be awkward, but it ends up being pretty fun as several soapy bubbles continue floating around them.
An hour has passed and Sharo points out that they got distracted, but by now the girls are pretty tired. They worry that their sheer, human strength may not be enough to handle such a hard task. Chiya attempts to encourage the girls, then suggests a quick break. They head to Ama Usa An and she brings out some shot glasses of green tea for everyone. She also went ahead and switched things up a little by putting green juice into one of the cups, instead of tea. Karma instantly strikes when its revealed she was the one to get said drink.
After returning to their cleaning the girls are happy to realize they got more work done than they realized. They start to wash Chino's uniform, but upon realizing the buttons have gone missing they panic. This worsens as Cocoa reveals she also washed Chino's stuffed rabbit and the same thing happened. Chino isn't very upset though, suggesting they use this as a chance to purchase new uniforms.
The girls all excitedly begin chattering about the various uniforms Rabbit House could use now. Cocoa recommends some Tippy cosplay after Sharo and Chiya give their opinions, but Rize admits that she has become attached to her current unfiorm. The others agree as she recalls trying on the uniforms from Ama Usa and Fleur de Lapin, which were both really nice. When Rize tries to pick just one uniform if she really had to, the girls get distracted by a burst of wind. A handkerchief begins to fly away until Rize cathes it and Chiya teases Sharo by pointing out that some of her underwear might be swaying in the breeze at this very moment too. Sharo angrily denies this.
Meanwhile, Aoyama is walking down the path as a pair of Sharo's panties float onto her head.
That evening, Chino reveals her mother made the uniforms for Rabbit House to encourage her to gain friends she could work with. While she sews the button back on her uniform she recalls that her mother passed away before she could finish the yellow and green uniforms she started. Cocoa states that they could work on them so that they can fit on Sharo and Chiya, but Chino mentions that they already have a place of work, and their own uniforms. Cocoa achnowledges she has a valid point but she'd still like to give them to the girls anyway. Chino agrees and they take it into consideration.
By the time morning rolls around, Cocoa reveals she has finished her work. Chino is surprised but wastes no time in calling the girls over to check them out- only for Cocoa to reveal she actually made them a pair of frilly idol costumes. Sharo fawns over how cute the outfit looks on Rize, while Chiya grows a little envious.
Later, Chino and Cocoa discuss what to do for dinner. While Chino makes suggestions, Cocoa doesn't listen to her and thinks about curry while the others remark how casual Cocoa is in comparison to the stuffy Chino when she speaks to her. They also bring up how optimistic Cocoa is and Chino admits to being envious of her. Cocoa suggests she practices conversing with others as she spots Sharo and Chiya.
Chino approaches and attempts to be casual with them, but she struggles and gets overwhelmed, leaving them to wonder what her problem is. The duo join them at the market, where they explain what was going on. The girls assure Chino that she's fine as she is while they observe the various items at the store and gather the ingredients, revealing that they have settled on holding a Curry Dinner at Sharo's place. Chino calls Takahiro to let him know and with some encouragement, Sharo gives Rize a call to see if she'd like to join them.
At Sharo's the girls work together to make dinner. Rize reveals to the girls that she got fancy chocolate for them to have afterwards; a gift for her father, but because he doesn't like sweets he wanted her to have them. Chino and Cocoa decide to have a bite of it for the time being and they add some of it into the Curry for more depth, which leaves the others impressed by her palette. But for some reason, they soon notice that Chino is behaving strangely. They realize that the chocolate she ate had some brandy in it, causing Cocoa to yell at Chino's carelessness- only for them to call her out on it after realizing she also ate one.
With that they can only helplessly watch as Cocoa acts like a high-class girl attending Sharo's and Rize's school; only to pass out a moment later. Seeing that Chino has gone missing, Rize recalls that Cocoa scolded her moments ago. Just then, Chino returns and apologizes for her mistake, and they begin to realize her personality has become more sisterly as she begins cuddling up to Chiya, offers to help Rize cook, and she lays down as Sharo rubs her head.
Wild Geese shows up to join the girls and seems to want the carrot Chino offered to him. Sharo refuses and Chino crawls over to Cocoa to see how she is feeling, then she asks if she likes her like this. This causes Cocoa to wonder if her words from earlier are what caused this, and she quickly apologizes. She is surprised when Chino embraces her, but when Wild Geese is suddenly thrown to her head, she snaps out of it and darkly blushes, vehemently claiming this was only an act.
Things become awkward as the girls sit down to eat dinner. They are delighted by how it tastes, with Chino and Cocoa being scolded for being picky and not eating their carrots. After finishing, Rize packs up the leftovers for Sharo to keep. But as they notice most of the chocolate is missing, they notice Sharo acting strange. She appears to tackle the girls and refuses to let them leave. Wild Geese goes outside to sleep in his little house Sharo built, cuddling the carrot from earlier.
By order of appearances.