As Yōto asks for Tsukiko's help in determining the whereabouts of his house, Azusa becomes frustrated, having gone with Morii and Moyama to Okinawa expecting Yōto to show up as well, when he had just arranged it so they can make up. With rain settling in, Tsukiko invites Yōto to stay the night, which leads to various awkward situations when Tsukushi comes home as he comes out of the bath. While attempting to break free from a sleeping Tsukushi's grasp later that night, Yōto hears her sleep talking about her fears of Tsukiko leaving her. Meanwhile, in Okinawa, Morii suddenly collapses with a slight fever, but is helped by Azusa and Moyama. After Morii recovers, she and Azusa apologize to each other and reaffirm their friendship. Back at the Tsutsukakushi household, as Yōto hides inside the building to avoid the wrath of Tsukushi after walking in on Tsukiko naked, he discovers in their storehouse, among his house's belongings, a large stony cat statue.