|That Babyish Little Child Vanishes Like a Soap Bubble|
|Animation Director||Masaru Heiwata|
|Japanese Air Date|
November 21st, 2015
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After the machine gets broken the girls attempt to do Laundry by hand. Later, Chino gets drunken off of chocolate from a Curry Party and starts to act like a proper little sister.
Sharo and Chiya come over to Rabbit House for something to drink. They offer to lend Cocoa a hand but she claims she will be fine as Rize approaches to announce she is finished for the day. She spots coffee staining on her shirt and comments on it, realizing Cocoa attempted to take a sip of Sharo's drink. They remark on the nice weather and how it won't take long to dry - but Chino approaches to reveal that the machine was broken recently and will need to use the Laundromat until they can repair it. Suddenly Cocoa vanishes and returns, changed, holding a metal pan with the clothing.
Outside Cocoa offers to wash their clothing and tells Rize and Chino to change. They warn her not to scrub too hard and Sharo shows them how to properly clean clothing using hands. Chiya brings up that Sharo used to clean her clothing like this, and Chino expresses relief to know that Sharo is helping her while watching several bubbles float around them. They start to play with them and Cocoa suggests a contest against Chiya. Sharo tries to remind them that they need to work but Chino gets distracted with the bubbles.
Rize returns to find the girls playing and pops a bubble. This causes Chiya grief, claiming it was her best bubble and she suddenly faints. Sharo offers to wash Rize's uniform for her and she compliments how well she's doing. As Sharo is cleaning she freaks out upon noticing the armpit has a tear in it. Rize tries assuring her that she didn't do anything wrong however, and Chino gets up to try to locate Cocoa after noticing she's gone missing. She steps inside and hears noise from the nearby room - but as she tries to see what it is, she is suddenly grabbed by a ghost.
After hearing her scream, the other three run inside to find the display before them. Rize quickly yanks the cloth off to reveal the ghost is actually Cocoa. She reveals her intentions to wash the curtains, but it wound up being too heavy for her and caused it to fall on top of her. They work together to gather the rest of the curtains and bring them outside. With confidence Cocoa attempts to wash them, suggesting they all work together to wash using their feet. A bit awkward at first, the girls start to have fun while the bubbles continue to float around them.
Eventually Sharo points out they've been doing this for an hour. By now the girls are worn out and they worry that sheer human strength may not have been enough. Chiya attempts to encourage them, then suggests a quick break.
At Ama Usa An, she brings out small shot glasses of green tea; one of which has green juice within it. They each take a glass and sip their drinks. As it turns out, Chiya got it.
The girls return to their cleaning, happy to almost be finished. They wash Chino's uniform but they panic upon realizing the buttons have gone missing. Cocoa then reveals she also washed the stuffed rabbit Chino has; only for its buttons to pop off too. However, Chino isn't upset, and suggests they can use this as a chance to get a new uniform. Rize thinks over the suggested options from Chiya and Sharo, while Cocoa suggests they wear tippy-themed cosplay. But Rize admits she is attached to her uniform and couldn't part with it. She recalls when she tried on the uniforms from Fleur de Lapin and from Ama Usa An, and Rize is unable to make up her mind. But suddenly, the wind picks up and starts blowing. A handkerchief suddenly gets picked up but Rize catches it - and Chiya teases Sharo by saying some of her underwear is most-likely blowing in the air too. As Sharo denies it, her underwear is shown floating onto Aoyama's head.
That evening, Chino reveals her mother made the uniforms for Rabbit House; as a way for Chino to work with friends. As she sews the buttons back onto hers, she brings up that her mom was unable to finish the yellow and green uniforms she started. Cocoa remarks on this, and claims they would fit on Sharo and Chiya. Chino point sout it can't work since they both have uniforms for where they work - but Cocoa offers to lend a hand fixing them up and suggests they give them to the girls anyway.
By the time morning rolls around, Cocoa reveals she has finished her work. Chino is surprised and they invite Sharo and Chiya over to see. They are shocked to learn she made short, frilly Idol-like uniforms. Sharo fawns over how cute the outfit looks on Rize but Chiya grows envious.
Later in the day Chino and Cocoa discuss what to do for dinner. Cocoa doesn't listen to Chino and thinks about making curry, then they discuss how casual Cocoa is, and how stuffy Chino is when speaking to her. They discuss how optimistic Cocoa is and Chino admits she is envious, so Cocoa suggests she practices upon spotting Cocoa and Sharo. Chino approaches and attempts to be casual with them - but she struggles too much, leaving them to wonder what her problem is.
In the supermarket they explain what they were trying to do, although Sharo and Chiya claim she's fine as she is. They observe various items at the story and gather stuff, revealing that they have settled on holding a Curry Dinner at Sharo's. Chino calls Takahiro to let him know and with some encouragement, Sharo gives Rize a call to see if she'd like to join them.
At Sharo's the girls work together to make dinner. Rize reveals to the girls that she got fancy chocolate for them to have afterwards, and mentions it was a gift given to her father. But because he doesn't like sweets, he suggested the girls have it. Chino and Cocoa decide to have one at the moment, so she adds a little bar of chocolate into the Curry to add more depth in terms of flavoring. The girls are impressed and they turn to find out that Chino seems weird. They realize the one she tried had brandy in it, and they find out that Cocoa incidentally ate one as well after she yells at Chino for being careless. Sharo is surprised and they watch as Cocoa acts like a high-class type of girl attending Sharo's school - only to sleepily fall over a moment later.
It's then they realize Chino went missing and Rize reveals Cocoa yelled at her. Suddenly, Chino returns and apologizes for what she did and the girls realize she's suddenly taken on a little sister personality with all of them. She cuddles Chiya, she offers to help Rize cook, while Sharo rubs her head and allows her to lay down. Suddenly, Wild Geese shows up to join the girls. Sharo refuses to allow him to have the carrot Chin offered to him, and she slowly crawls over to Cocoa to ask if she likes her better like this. Cocoa realizes that Chino may be behaving like this from what she said earlier and quickly attempts to apologize to Chino. But just as she embraces her, Wild Geese is thrown at the back of Chino's head - causing her to snap out of it. She darkly blushes and claims she was only faking her drunk personality, flustered before they sit down for dinner.
The girls eat the curry together and compliment how it came out. But when she sees Chino and Cocoa refusing to eat the carrots she scolds them for it. Eventually they finish eating and Rize packs the leftovers Sharo to keep. It's then they see almost all of the chocolates are gone and realize that Sharo is suddenly acting weird. She is quick to tackle the girls and refuses to let them leave while Wild Geese goes outside to sleep, cuddling the carrot from earlier.
By order of appearances.