Tsukushi becomes frustrated with Thomas, who believes it is hopeless to try to see Tsukasa. She grabs his collar and orders him to give her the adress. A man sitting nearby claps, calling her "courageous." He reminds her of her father so she encourages him to have "kiai" ("spirit"). Thomas brings Tsukushi to the Domyojis' home with his friends in tow. They each attempt to convince the guards to let them in until Tsukushi talks to them herself. They also tell her no, but Tama arrives just in time.
Undettered by the guards, Tama exerts her authority over them and they soon let her and Tsukushi inside. Tsukushi turns around and thanks her new friends as they shout encouragements. She also thinks of all her other friends who have helped her along the way. Tama decides to head to the servants' quarters and tells Tsukushi to go to the front door. Unexpectedly, Tsukushi soon happens upon Kaede Domyoji cutting roses. She tells her "You have a lot of nerve coming here." Tsukushi then asks to see Tsukasa.
The chapter was originally accompanied by a color illustration in Margaret. The image pictures Tsukushi wearing a pink kimono and boxing gloves with the F4 floating around her. It was reprinted in Hana Yori Dango FF and volume sixteen of the complete edition.
Tsukushi tells the man she meets in the park to have "kiai" (気合,"kiai") ("fighting spirit") and "hattari" (はったり,"hattari") ("bluff").