After Nagomi witnessed the horrifying sight of Ranko killing all the maids at a rival café, she wanted out. But, sadly, she can’t escape the horror, so she carries on. Meanwhile, their manager goes into financial ruin and decides to give gambling a try.
Nagomi was traumatized as she saw Ranko kill all the maids at Wuv-Wuv Moonbeam. It seems that Nagomi still can’t think about what happened last night. Yep, she became creeped out when she saw Ranko, topless, stitching her own wounds. Yes, she must be combat-ready ever since that incident. Either way, she knows her stuff.
When the girls ate breakfast, they saw a news report of the police finding all the maids at Wuv-Wuv Moonbeam completely massacred for the first time. Nobody seems to know it’s actually Ranko that actually did it. Meanwhile, the man demanding the rent seemed upset that Ranko shot up all the maids at Wuv-Wuv Moonbeam instead of letting them kill Ranko and Nagomi. Their manager nearly dodged the bullet this time.
As expected, Nagomi starts to experience PTSD when she sees Ranko doing the ketchup drawing and Shiipon making a smoothie, which resembles blood. Being too much for Nagomi, she decides to pass out fliers.
Of course, some maids from other café bully her verbally, but she finds a friendly one. However, it’s only a matter of time until they experience the same fate under Ranko’s hands, depending if the café wants to do unethical stuff. So far, Wuv-Wuv Moonbeam bullies their own maids, and well, the next one is rather shocking.
The manager returns to reveal that Oinky Doink Café is in trouble and might go bankrupt. As expected, it’s not surprising, given how irresponsible the manager is regarding their finances. But, then again, she is terrible at running a business.
She went to a loan shark to get a loan, using the café as collateral. Of course, the loan shark suggests going to a maid café casino to double her funds. This is probably a bad idea since the house always wins. This is like throwing money into meme stocks, cryptocurrencies, and NFTs. While Nagomi is about to give up, the manager tells her not to and to stay positive.
When they arrive at the underground maid casino, the maids seem nice. However, it’s just a façade. It appears that Nagomi had luck with the slot machines. However, when the manager took over, she lost all the money along with Yumechi, Ranko, and Shiipon. So, of course, one of the casino maids suggests temping their luck at the Moe Moe Poker table. But, of course, the risks are high since if they lose, they will do forced labor on the high seas. Isn’t that basically human trafficking? Nagomi was reluctant until her manager pressured her to do it.
As expected, Ranko, their manager, and Shiipon go YOLO and bet everything on the first turn. Nagomi stuck it out for a while but lost. As for Yumechi, she had Ranko give her the chips. She survived to the very end and eventually exposed the dealer’s cheating. While she came very close to winning, she fell short as one of the players had two 9s compared to her two 8s.
When you think things are over for Oinky Doink Café as the loan shark wanted, Ranko takes out the guns and shoots the cheating dealer. Yep, they started a shootout as everyone at the Oinky Doink Café made it out. I find it funny how one of the casino maids tried to do a Hail Mary by throwing a grenade at Ranko. She caught it and threw it back. Then, the casino went boom, killing everyone, including the loan shark.
So the Oinky Doink Café maids are the good guys now? After all, they managed to bust a gambling maid café and a loan shark without leaving any evidence behind. Also, what is up with that panda that the manager keeps? I find it funny how it stands on two feet, turning on the gas to make the place explode when the time comes. Maybe it’s not a panda, but someone in a panda costume. Is it the mystery maid that is blurred out in the intro? We’ll find out eventually.