"So much happened today. We moved I was almost caught by those freaks and then I found a good part-time job. And "Toyama no Kinsan," I'll probably never see him again. I'll always be indebted to him. I've got to keep myself busy. The busier I am, the easier it'll be to forget Rui Hanazawa."
Tsukushi Makino's new friend helps her find a job at a fast food restaurant. Meanwhile, Tsukasa Domyoji makes up his mind to go live with his parents in New York. Tsukushi is shocked when she hears the news the next day.
Tsukasa Domyoji has made up his mind to go to school in New York, where his parents live. His sister, Tsubaki asks him if he is sure about his decision and questions whether he is being a "drama queen." Slightly irritated, Tsukasa assures her that he had made up his mind to go before the basketball match. Tsubaki poses one more question to him about their parents. He insists "I don't care" and asks her to book the tickets for as soon as possible. She then agrees to go with him.
The delivery guy offers to help Tsukushi Makino find a job. She tells him that he has done enough for her, but he insists feeling that "fate has brought [them] together." His helpfulness instantly reminds Tsukushi of the folk hero, Toyama no Kinsan. At a fast food restaurant, he speaks to one of the workers who agrees to give Tsukushi a chance since they are short-handed. When they say goodbye outside, Tsukushi asks the guy for his name. He replies "Never mind my name."
That night, things are also looking up for her parents, whom speak encouragingly to one another. Tsukushi falls asleep thinking of her savior and vowing to keep busy in order to forget Rui Hanazawa. The next day, Tsukushi arrives at school where she finds several female students sobbing. Kazuya Aoike then runs up to Tsukushi and informs her that Tsukasa is going to New York. She immediately takes off in search of him. The F4 are discussing Tsukasa's departure, when Tsukushi comes up to them.