"I was asked by the Madam. She said that the discipline was poor in this household, so she needed me to be here. But according to Miss Tsubaki, this girl is special to you, Master Tsukasa. But I am not a demon. All right, I will make this person your own personal maid."
After Tsukushi Makino has declared "I will work as long as I am here," Tsubaki Domyoji stares at for a second before saying "How can we let you do that?!" Tsukushi tells her that she does not want to "stay [there] for free" and intends on leaving if she cannot work for her keep. Tsubaki asks Tsukasa Domyoji to say something. However, he is distracted by his fantasies of Tsukushi as his maid. She eventually her concerns about their mother returning, saying "If I'm working here, I think I can stay openly."
Tama, the head maid of the house, interrupts by saying "I think that's a fine idea, Miss." She then mentions that they are "short-handed" since they lost five servants earlier. Tama drags her away after saying that she will "train her well." Tsubaki says to Tsukasa "The person who fired all five servants was that woman..." Meanwhile, Tama proves to be a strict woman and issues Tsukushi her chores. Tsubaki runs up, trying to stop her. Tama says "I'm not forcing her to do these things," which Tsukushi confirms.
Tsukushi delivers tea to Tsukasa. Remembering what Shigeru Okawahara said, she starts blushing. Tsukasa apologizes for what happened between her and his mother, before saying "You said you would fight my old lady for our sake?" She tries to correct him, but he continues to approach her. He is leaning in to kiss her, when Tama bursts in and chastises the pair. After revealing that she was asked to come out of retirement by Tsukasa's mother, she ends up deciding to make Tsukushi his "own personal maid."