The club head to their sworn enemy's dojo, Hagishirabe-ryuu, for training. The girls play "Telling of One-Hundred Tales," which involves extinguishing a candle for each ghost story. Sakura wants the club to join the relay at the Athletics Festival.
The girls are playing video games when Sakura suggests they play a game that doesn't require electricity, at which point a masked figure appears on the TV and announces that they will play "Judgment Game."
Sakura and Botan's class compete against Claire's class in a softball match; the club discusses a fire evacuation drill from yesterday; Botan explains that the reason for her training is in case they ever need to retool the show into a fighting show.
Botan has incredible powers of strength, but she claims her strength is mental, not physical. Botan doesn't use her powers in daily life, so she doesn't know what to do with them. Karin admires Botan and Claire finds Karin to be just too cute.
The Going Home Club tries to compose a poem that describes themselves. Karin brings cookies and tells the club about Home Ec Club. The group play the roles of both boys and girls to practice in case they ever go to a social mixer.
The Going Home Club goal is to find out how much fun they can have after school. Despite the question of the club being recognized by the school, the girls are busy with their utterly off-topic discussions today.
Because it's never too early to plan Thursday night... two months from now.