|Wet with Pool Water, Wet with Rain, Wet with Tears|
|Scenario||Kazuyuki Fudeyasu,Mio Inoue|
|Animation Director||Kazuhiro Nasu,Taro Ikegami,Masaru Hyodo,Ryosuke Kimiya,Yoshio Usuda,Hiroyuki Yoshii|
|← Call me Sister||Aoyama Slump Mountain →|
The girls pay a visit to the Swimming Pool on a day off. Later they go to see a movie after Chiya gets tickets from a customer.
Rize comes into the room to find a hyper Sharo wandering around. Chiya explains the "Caffeine binge tour" she came up with in hopes of cheering her up after the girls found out how poor she was. She's already been to two other places, and while Sharo is happy - Rize is concerned over her and how she chose to get "drunk" over her anxiety. They watch the girls play and Rize thinks about herself being more lady-like and wondering if she would fit in with other girls better that way.
Together the girls pay a visit to the Hot Springs Pool after a long day of work. Excitedly they head inside to get changed, leaving Tippy in the hall to wait for them. They compliment each others bathing suits before locating Rize, then they deal with their hair to keep it out of the way. Rize bands up her hair, then helps Chino with her own. Before they head out, Chiya asks that she helps her with her hair also. This causes Sharo to feel envious since her hair isn't very long, and as everyone compliments Rize she grows flustered.
They head into one of the pools, with Sharo and Cocoa sitting at one end, while the trio sit on the opposite. The five girls, along with Tippy enjoy their time in the water, but Chino gets uncomfortable when Chiya and Rize get closer - trying to encourage Tippy to get into the water as well since it isn't overly warm. Chino joins Cocoa and Sharo for a while, then heads off to play chess with Tippy in another pool. They discuss how there aren't many people there while the other four decide it could be fun to do a bit of swimming. Cocoa offers to show Rize how to swim a deep pool; but her skills are unimpressive. Sharo suggests they stretch first before anything, and they watch to learn how flexible she is.
Chiya joins Chino and Tippy and asks to play with Chino, since she's never played chess before. Chino agrees to it when Chiya brings up how fun it'd be to add a wager. If she wins she would like to see Tippy wet, Chino agrees, then insists that if she was to win, she wants Cocoa to call her Onee-san. Cocoa, who heard them asks why they are dragging her into it before she turns to her friends and decides they should start with a breath holding contest. As the girls stay under the water, Rize and Sharo are shocked when they find Cocoa nearly drowned. But as it turns out she simply picked a misleading way to do it, and announces that she has won. Sharo and Rize yell at her for doing this, so they go down for round 2. This time, they watch as Cocoa tries to play charades, but they struggle to really understand and she claims she was acting like Rize, which offends Rize. Cocoa then runs out when she finds out their game is almost over in an attempt to get Chino from winning.
Flustered over being left alone with Rize, Sharo attempts to think of something they can do. She suggests they try using kickboards for now, but Rize admits she would rather try the exercise when two people hold hands and swim. She agrees to it and she walks back slowly while helping Rize try to swim. She mentions how she assumed Rize was good at every type of sport, and Rize admits that she never got the chance. While it is a bit awkward, Sharo and Rize seem to enjoy the time - until Rize brings up that one day she might be able to save Sharo if she was drowning. Suddenly, Sharo falls back into the water and Rize questions if this is theoretical training. As it turns out, Sharo's leg ended up really cramping over how nervous she got.
The game continues, but Cocoa and Tippy make it hard for the girls to focus. Sharo watches Rize practice her swimming and compliments how well she's been doing. Sharo claims she didn't really do anything to help her, but Rize appreciates her kindness none the less. Away from the girls, Tippy sits in a little wooden bath with three young girls surrounding him. They question if he is the pet of the owners and they poke and pull him, curious as to what he is doing in the bath.
That evening, the girls enjoy the view outside. After they claim they can hear what is going on within each house they can see, the mood is ruined when Chiya announces one of them has a feuding couple within it. They are joined by Sharo and Rize, who grabbed coffee milk, and a non-caffeinated drink for Sharo. They then go on to find out that it was really Chino who won their chess game.
A few days later at school, the girls have another off day and note how much its raining. They are excited to go to the Movie Theater and Chiya recalls a customer stopping in recently and giving her the tickets before she left. Chiya plans on taking notes to compare how different things appear in the movie to the stuff they do at work. She starts worrying over Cocoa when she notices how sleepy she is and questions it, and Cocoa recalls drinking a bunch of coffee and how she hadn't slept yet - but she is sure with me she could at least make it until that evening.
The same repeats at Chino's school while Megumi and Maya note how tired she is while cleaning the room. They question that it may be because she doesn't have Tippy on her head, given how she never acts like this, then admit that she always looks sleepy. Chino claims she doesn't show such a side to the customers or while she works, then tells them to help her finish when they stop for a few minutes to try to think of replacement objects to put on her head.
Rize and Sharo walk through a corridor outside while chatting about the movie as well. Sharo is also really tired - but Rize assumes its probably because she was too excited to sleep. In reality, its actually from exhaustion over how much work she had to do the day before.
Eventually school comes to an end, and the three sets of friends prepare to leave. However, none of them knew about the rain and ponder over what to do. Cocoa decides to run home but Chiya stays behind - until she trips suddenly and falls into the mud. Chiya joins her, now that she found that she actually did bring an umbrella.
Rize and Sharo try to determine what to do, but Rize decides instead of waiting; she'll just run the entire way there. Sharo panics while watching her, then quickly gives chase while asking her to slow down.
Chino heads home first to grab Tippy and an umbrella; but she ends up not using it because he is on top of her head, beneath her school hat.
The five girls meet up outside of the theater and they discuss the rainy weather before noticing its slowly coming to an end. They watch as the rays of sunlight shine through the clouds before remarking that they don't feel tired any more. In this time, Chiya admits that she was also pretty sleepy, she just didn't say anything.
They head into the Theater and Cocoa offers to grab them some snacks and drink. They head into the room and sit down to watch the movie, with Chiya taking notes on various things, Chino and Cocoa trying not to cry in front of each other, Sharo wishing she grabbed a snack instead of skipping it, and Rize pretty amazed by the movie screen - as she's never been to a movie theater before.
As this is going on, Aoyama approaches Rabbit House, determined to head inside and look her Master straight in the eye to speak to him. She is excited to tell him how wonderful her work has become thanks to him; but after she steps inside and meets Takahiro, she quickly turns around and hightails it out of the Cafe while he looks on in confusion.
After the movie, the girls chat about how it went while Sharo snacks and Rize decides to pay the restroom a visit.
A bit later at work, Cocoa recalls various lines spoken by the actors in the movies. They continue to think about it and bring up how much fun it would be to continue working together, even into adulthood, but while Chino pictures this, Rize questions Cocoa's sudden change in career plans.
- By order of appearances.
- Aoyama Blue Mountain
- Takahiro Kafu