|For You, I Can Sleep Late|
|Animation Director||Ryosuke Kimiya,Masaru Hyodo,Masahiko Nakata,Taro Ikegami,Kazuhisa Nakamura,Tamotsu Ikeda,Nobuhiro Mutō,Mina Ōtaka,Kazuma Tanaka,Kazuhiro Nasu|
|Japanese Air Date|
June 26, 2014
|Ending||Normal Days Decoration|
|← The Girl Dons a Red Coat and Drives a Team of Rabbits Across the Christmas Eve Night Sky||→|
While Maya and Megumi decide to interview the various staff members at the Cafe for School Reports, Cocoa and Sharo both find themselves sick and need to be taken care of by their friends.
Chino lays in bed with Cocoa one winters morning and awakens. She notices how Cocoa looks before going off to brush her teeth, and asks Cocoa why she was in bed with her while they brush their teeth. Cocoa claims it was because of Chino refusing to let go of her, which causes her a moment of surprise.
Later, Chiya and Cocoa discuss the scent of bread. Chiya asks what her scent would be, and Cocoa claims "wabi-sabi; the scent of something warm you want to embrace". They chat over how crowded it is when they spot Rize and Sharo. Chiya then comments on how easy it was to find them, since Sharo has a herbal scent and Rize smells of gunpowder. Cocoa claims to be joking though and together they sit down to enjoy their snacks. They discuss how rare it is for them to get times like this for themselves and they decide to enjoy the cool air surrounding them, just relaxing. However, Cocoa feels as though she forgot something.
At Rabbit House, Chino wonders what could be taking her so long to do one errand. Chino thinks about the various scents she enjoys, such as coffee and various tea; but now she believes she may have found something else that brings her to feel ease.
Suddenly, Cocoa and the other girls realize they all have to get back to work and they run back.
Maya and Megumi arrive and announce their plans to interview everyone at Rabbit House. Maya starts by asking what makes working there worthwhile, and Cocoa answers, "the Customers smiles". Chino points out that she is only a part timer though, so they should be asking her and her Father. Tippy speaks by commenting on how difficult the job is - but they assume it to be Chino, who tells Cocoa to hurry up and get changed. Megumi offers to help, but she ends up needing more help just trying to put the outfit together.
In the main room, Rize asks where the trio went. Cocoa informs her that they're interviewing Chino's Dad. Rize recalls a time when she should have - but instead, she ended up interviewing a Florist since she doesn't dream of joining the Military.
As they chat about this, the girls ask Chino's Father various questions. Tippy snaps at him, but they assume it to be Chino again. They leave the room and Chino suggests to her friends that they pay a visit to Ama Usa and Fleur de Lapin. Chino insists she can cover for Cocoa and tells her to take them over. Cocoa is unable to refuse such a request and she agrees to it, rushing right over. First they visit Chiya and Cocoa informs her of their interview. Megumi starts by asking if Ama Usa has an antagonists relationship with Rabbit House, and she claims they are rivals, but they're on good-terms. Maya asks if she struggles to keep up with schoolwork and she claims that you can manage both if you have a clear mind and can concentrate. While Maya and Megumi are amazed by her answer - Chiya and Cocoa both panic ask the other for help studying.
Next they head to Fleur de Lapin and quickly fawn over the outfit and the Cafe. Sharo attempts to try to calm them down by saying she'd like for them to enjoy the drinks, rather than her attire, but as Cocoa recalls being drugged by her, she incidentally startles the girls for a moment. Maya then asks for Sharo to do the Cafe's special pose for them. She hesitantly agrees before pointing out the nearby novelist. Megumi and Maya agree and run over to interview Aoyama. They ask her why she became a novelist and how she can continue, and she reveals someone suggested it. Before she entirely answers, she bends down to peak up Sharo's skirt as she walks past.
Cocoa sadly notices how empty her wallet has become by the time they finish. She spent her money on drinks and snacks for them, but the girls decide to go and interview more Cafe , then quickly sharm Cocoa when she refuses. She knows Chino will be upset but she's unable to resist them.
Eventually the trio return and they discuss how much fun it was with the other girls. Maya voices that she may become a rival if she chooses another Cafe to work at, while Megumi happily tells Chino her desire to become like the other girls.
The next day, Cocoa and Chino are out walking. Cocoa gets distracted by the snow and quickly makes a snow rabbit and tries to encourage Chino to join her. She voices excitement at getting to have a snowball fight with her friends, and suddenly Chino asks her to bend down. She checks her forehead and realizes she has a fever.
Chiya is called to visit Cocoa and Chino reveals several items that Chiya brought with her; such as apples and garlic. Rize joins them with a little apple-rabbits Chiya showed her how to make, but she shows them a rabbit-based sculpture she made with the apples, unsure of how the normal apple-rabbits actually resemble them. Maya and Megumi also show up, worried that it may be their fault Cocoa got sick. They wish her to get well, saying they'd love to have a snowball fight outside when she does, and Chino realizes Cocoa's fever has gotten worse. She suggests she rests more and the others take off. Chino scolds her for not doing as told, but she claims it to be fine.
Chiya then stops by for a visit to Sharo - who has also gotten sick. Sharo refuses to wear the garlic necklace she made for her though, and claims Chiya's grandmothers remedies are just folklore. Chiya attempts to try to make her reconsider, but Sharo tells her to just leave so that she doesn't get sick. Chiya refuses to go though, revealing her plan to stay with her until the cold spreads to her. She decides to read until Sharo gets back into bed and goes to sleep, so that she can keep an eye on her.
Later, Chino comes to visit Cocoa with some rice porridge Rize made. She worries that Cocoa may be in pain and notices her fever got even worse. The stores nearby have already closed, and her dad is busy with work, so Tippy suggests Chino runs to Chiya's to borrow some medicine, since they ran out. Chino worries over leaving Cocoa, but takes off after a moment.
Chino makes her way through the streets, over to Ama Usa. She notes how much its snowing and is joined by Tippy, who decided to come with her. She thanks him for coming, and he claims that he had to help her, knowing how much she was worried.
Aoyama decides to pay Cocoa a visit later that evening and brings her some hot wine. She checks on her and pulls up her blanket, only to sneeze and drink the wine for herself. Suddenly, she starts to see two Cocoa and decides to take off.
Chino arrives just to see Chiya leave Sharo's home. She asks if Chiya has any medicine to lend her, since Cocoa ran out and she gladly reveals what she carries. She reveals Sharo is also sick before giving the medicine to Chino and she quickly heads inside while Chino runs home.
As Chino arrives, Cocoa awakens to see her. She happens to notice that Chino's head looks odd, but Chino worries she'd laugh at her for slipping into the snow and falling. Somehow, Cocoa manages to guess it, but Chino quickly claims that she only fell, she wasn't playing. Cocoa then offers to take care of Chino if she gets sick, but Chino claims she won't need it because she learned a lot from Rize.
Eventually, as it turns out, Chino got the mumps. Cocoa attempts to take care of her and warns her to do as she says, in order to get better.
Later, Rize is surprised to find Chino recovered from the mumps. She asks about Cocoa and Chino runs off to wake her up, trying to tell her that because they are both better, they should work together. Cocoa asks for twenty more minutes, so to make her get up, Chino whispers something to get her up instantly. But in the process they bang their foreheads together.
- By order of appearances.