|Episode 3 - After the Date, Rated R|
Maika explains to the manager guy how she first became interested in foreign countries... She lives in a very Japanese style house and started to get sick of Japan, and when she was a kid her dad had a foreigner come over, and she was kicked out for being too creepy around him. That made her want to dye her hair blonde to be more like a foreigner, but her parents refused because it would make her seem even more creepy than she already is. Then she fell in love with a statue of the KFC guy, and her creepily glaring at that statue drove off customers and her parents had to apologize to the company...
It seems like Maika and the manager got much closer with each other from this exchange... or at least he sees it that way. Maika is just like "oh no, I interrupted his nap with my story, I'd better make up for it by letting him sleep on my lap."
Then the manager goes and takes Maika out shopping for foreign stuff in order to try and get closer to her. Kaho and the green haired guy also showed up, because Maika assumed it was just a work related thing instead of a date and told them about it. The manager explained, and those 2 agreed to help him out. Mafuyu stayed home to watch anime instead.
The manager is awkwardly trying to find something to buy for Maika as a present, but she just thinks he wants it for himself, and they both buy each other the same thing.
Later, Maika looks inside a bag that a customer left behind, and sees a doujinshi with a picture of a schoolgirl tied up on the cover. She's completely pure and wants nothing to do with that stuff, while both Kaho and the green haired girl are curious and try to take a peak at it in the break room, but Mafuyu stops them. Maika is scared to even go near that bag, and wants to find the customer who owns it so she can give it back. She goes up to some customers and with a creepy glare asks them awkward questions like "do you like to be tied up"?
Then the manager has a much more sensible idea of putting up a sign saying that someone left a book here. Mafuyu made it more specific and wrote "self-published book". Maika then met a female customer who claimed to be the owner of this book, a pretty red-haired woman with glasses.