Having introduced all of its peculiar characters, InuBoku SS now provides them each with a moment of fame – however of course, emphasis tilts in favor of our adorable loli heroine and her various cute antics.
A potted plant won by the complex’s impressive chested maid turns out to have contained a supernatural spirit which doesn’t waste much time ravaging the Ayakashi Kan in its entirety – spreading about the building fully, and effectively activating the security mechanism which in turn traps everyone within their current location. Our loli happened to be within her domain during the incident, alongside her dog, thus meaning the two are trapped together as she was dragged in there upon her mongrel’s sensing of danger.
Elsewhere, Karuta is confined with a refrigerator, the raccoon with the rabbit, the miscellaneous side-characters with one another, and the ample moe maid with the paper scripture man and his perverse agent. We’re shown various humorous instances of each group’s getting along whilst focus sticks with a certain topic bothering our loli more than she can bear. She wants to thank her lowly servant for being kind to her – however given her personality, that’s of course made far more complicated than it would usually be. Not to mention, she has a romantic interest in him.
She keeps trying her best whilst simultaneously attempting to come with what exactly the ideal method of offering gratitude would be – pondering over it for a good while as with the security system activated, she’s stuck with her servant all alone till morning when it will disengage and the threat shall disappear.
Meanwhile, the tanuki is acting feverish over Karuta – as if absent-minded to the fact that she’s stronger than him anyways. He’s worried if she’s alright and is desperate to leave the room to go find her – however the security system is one ethereal, meaning that everything is abstractly jumbled around and the exit is uncertain in spot. Yet the rabbit comes up with a grand idea to keep the tanuki occupied – telling him falsly that he can hone his strength by taking advantage of the setting to exercise for his beloved Karuta-chan.
As for the moe maid and the oppai packing agent, the two just play games to suggestive phrases whilst the paper sheet simply tries to enjoy a sleep.
Returning to our loli, her dog suggests she attempt to relax with a bath, to which she agrees – only to begin thinking more of how to thank him, though our attention goes elsewhere once she sports a rather provocative gown after concluding her bath, the bath itself unfortunately having been washed with white, leaving us with only the gown and chibi transformation to appriciate.
At this point surely one must have noticed that many of the characters are coming across random items to which when asked where they procured them, they merely respond “from over there”. This aspect never goes answered – although it is too regular an occurrence within the episode to be mere coincidence. No matter any of this, A leads to B, and eventually the security system falls – allowing the scary creatures to run free within the Ayakashi Kan and target our characters. However they prove so weak, only our loli falls victim – having her flat chest fondled, among other things.
Over the duration she was locked up with her dog, she did manage to say thanks, yet as expected – he only responds in how he’s not worthy and lives solely to protect her. Certainly a wonderful episode – yet is is nothing revolution, nor does it attempt to be, it merely shows how everyone at the Ayakashi Kan gets along, and how our loli is gradually coming to change as a person, quite similar to the other episodes of the series.