|S2 Episode 11 - Stardust Mayim Mayim|
This continues where episode 10 left off, and everyone is now at Rize's mountain cabin... Rize forgot to pack some lunch, and Cocoa and Sharo get really hyped to do some survivalist fishing and cooking.
Chino finds out that Cocoa lived in a mountain area and is used to this kind of thing, but she's not into this at all and needs encouragement from Cocoa. When Chino tries to catch a fish on her own, she loses Cocoa's hat and chases it down the river, and gets carried away onto a sandbar and needs to be rescued by Rize... Cocoa scolds Chino for this even though she caught a fish in her hat.
While everyone else is fishing, Chiya and Megu go off hunting for mushrooms, but they come back to find out from Sharo that these mushrooms are poisonous.
Chino falls asleep for a bit, and then everyone plays a mean prank on her, pretending they've been zombified. Now Chino doesn't want everyone to go to bed because she'll be awake by herself all night. Fortunately, everyone decides to have coffee and try to stay up, and this makes Sharo go into hyper mode and she starts spinning everyone around until everyone except Megu passes out.
Rize is relieved that everyone is having such a good time, despite the setbacks like forgetting to pack lunch and not having enough beds in the cottage.
Everyone wishes on a shooting star, and Rize's wish is to pay back the person that was responsible for all these setbacks... then there's a scene at Rabbit house where some guy (Rize's dad I'm guessing?) spills his glass, and Chino's dad says that someone must've wished for him to be punished. They agree to a blowdart challenge to determine who should pay for the drink, and there's some really symbolic imagery of the guy blowing a dart and it turning into a shooting star.
Midori sees that shooting star while hanging out with Tippi on the balcony, and she wishes to be able to talk to the former master through Tippi's body... meanwhile Chino gives Cocoa her hat back, and thanks her for letting that hat be a replacement for Tippi... damn that was really cool. This almost seems like a great way to end the series.