This episode features 4 different perspectives happening on the same day. Elsie is angry that Keima called her useless for making his lunch despite “it” having bizarre ingredients that are still alive. After her friend Chihiro advices her on how to impress Keima, Elsie decides to make a strawberry cake for him. Unfortunately, she mistakenly uses ingredients from hell instead of normal ones which causes many accidents including releasing a Mandragon and blowing up the Home economics class. At the same time, Keima irks the english teacher Kodama who dislikes the fact Keima constantly play games in class, yet still manages to get a perfect score on his test. After getting into an argument with Keima over games and real life at PE class, Kodama is chased by the Mandragon. Meanwhile, the Mandragon arrives at the Katsuragi’s residence where it drops Elsie’s cake. Keima returns home and finds Elsie’s cake and eats it out of guilt but get hit on the head with a vase by his mother who mistaken him for a thief due to the Mandragon, which is eaten by the “lunch” Elsie made earlier which then chases after Kodama, forcing him to cancel his meeting with Mrs Katsuragi. Elsie returns home, vowing to make another cake for Keima but he reveals he has tasted her cake and doesn’t like sweets much to her chargin.