Junior Yakuza member Kimura becomes the idol unit's personal assistant. Boss Inugane books a live radio interview to promote the Gokudols.
While dejected that the fans are unresponsive to her efforts, understudy Yui informs Boss Inugane that another talent agency has recruited her.
The Gokudols are sent to audition for a Yakuza movie. Mari and Chika visit their fathers for the first time since their transformations.
After hearing of blood brother Inugane's lucrative idol business, the New York mafia boss Steve sends one of his own members to join the Gokudols.
With enka singer Natsuko's financial backing, the men and women whose lives were ruined by the Gokudols cast their own idol unit to take them head-on.
The Gokudols must share the theater stage with an actual high school girl after Boss Inugane allows her to join the idol unit as their understudy.
Chika sees her former lover in the audience of one of their performances. The Gokudols visit a local old-fashioned café for a television appearance.
Tired of berating the Gokudols for their lack of showmanship, Boss Inugane gives them a surprising ultimatum that will alter the idol unit's future.
Forced to surgically alter their bodies into girls, three Yakuza brothers debut on the underground J-Pop idol scene after a year of intense training.
The overworked girls inform Boss Inugane that they're too tired to perform. An influential enka singer insults the Gokudols during a live radio show.
Emotions run high all weekend while the gang is at the cabin, causing conflict around every corner.
Tsutsui finally deals with the awkwardness of Ayado's confession and the aftermath it brings to his relationship.
Tsutsui receives a mysterious letter to meet someone at the gym. Could this be some kind of confession or will it be a trap.
Tsutsui and his 3D girl struggle to work through the aftermath of what happened at the cabin. Will this be the end?
Despite Tsutsui's honest intentions, he ends up causing more harm than good when he suggests that Ito invite Ayado to see a movie.
Tsutsui tries to prove what his relationship with Iroha means after her brother's surprising arrival home.
Tsutsui and Iroha are forced to clean the pool together as punishment for being late. But is it the start of something more?
Tsutsui discovers that real life relationships aren't always easy to navigate as he and Iroha's relationship starts to bloom.
Tsutsui struggles with growing feelings he has for his real world girl and receives advice from an unexpected source.
Iroha and Tsutsui struggle to navigate their feelings and jealousy within their relationship because of the newcomer in their group of friends.
After an argument with both Itou and Iroha, Tsutsui tries to figure out how to apologize.
Tsutsui struggles to voice his feelings for Iroha while they deal with the aftermath of the mysterious letter.
No matter what happens to your memory, they say the heart never forgets.
When Ayado's manga-inspired fantasies derail her date with Ito, she realizes dating in 3D is a lot more complicated than it looks.
As college entrance exams loom large, Tsutsui's grades begin to slip. Has he stopped caring about his future, or is something else distracting him?
Tsutsui has been in a rut ever since he said goodbye to Iroha. Can his friends snap him out of it before their college entrance exams?
Iroha's time with Tsutsui will come to an end in just one month -- so why is she avoiding him?
Hikari welcomes the return of normalcy with sweet relief, but it doesn't last after he finds his dad at a cafe with a woman who isn't his mom.