The CEO of the Uki-Uki Confectionary talks about the new product - the Dokkiri-chan Chocco (with a free sticker inside), and he wants to talk to the product development department. It appears that the stickers in the packages are all of a depressed (and mentally damaged) boy, and this is why the product is not selling well.
In the second part, the CEO of the Macho Bread Corp goes down to the mall for a new Doki-Doki Bread. He opens to reveal... 3 Takeru-stickers in a row. The CEO knew that something wrong is going on.
Prince Shōtoku along with Ono no Imoko have become Kenzuishi, imperial embassies to China. They were to meet the Chinese Emperor Yang of Sui and were heading to Luoyang by ship. They are, however, suffering from long-term travel insanity.
Prince Shōtoku and Ono no Imoko arrive at their destination: Luoyang. They go to meet the Chinese Emperor Yang of Sui (who is really an alien from the planet Octopus pretending to be human and manipulating the people's minds) to give him the letter from the Emperor of Japan. However, in doing so, things go quickly and horribly wrong.
It is only three more mere hours till a giant meteor hits the Earth, wiping out all life forever. The world is in total chaos and insanity with the knowledge that in three hours the apocalypse will come. A TV station has invited five celebrities to talk about the end of the planet Earth - unfortunately, they are also affected by the worldwide chaos, as they show their true colors... and none of them are too pretty.
In 1689, the well-known poet (and wimpy looney) Matsuo Bashō took his apprentice, the "apprentice-teaches-master" Sora as his travelling company, and started a journey towards the narrow road to the deep north. This is the beginning of their story - and, in extension, their madness.
Consulate Townsend Harris and his Hollander personal secretary Heusken go to Japan to finalize the Treaty of Peace and Commerce. However, Harris is more absorbed in his plan to leave a historic impact to the Japanese - something that only results in madness. He made a plan for their trip in Edo - which is actually insane pictures of his visions of failure and success, including a drawing of Heusken smiling - while blood is flowing down from his mouth.
Harris and Heusken are ready to finalize the treaty, and they are going with a strange vehicle that Harris already made. Will Heusken survive this abomination of an invention that'll make him go up and down? Will the treaty be passed? Or is this the ultimate death knell for the Treaty of Peace and Commerce - and the world's sanity?
The first part of this episode is a Doraemon parody about an alien called Omusubi-kun and the boy he lives with, Hebota, as they live together until Omusubi-kun, after having his insides revealed, leaves the planet Earth for good. The second part is about Mach Ryou, a motorbike racer who raced against a punk over a girl at the deadly cliff road. The resulting race escalates into an all-out cliff joyride as Ryou and the punk race for the ultimate prize.
The Ramen Fairy, one of the fairies that are sent to the degenerating Japan by the Queen of Fairies, is found by a girl inside a ramen cup - with a chopstick-stabbing first contact. He asks the girl to become a magical girl - which, however, yields unexpectedly disastrous results.
Xuanzang and his comrades are at the end of their journey to India, and they are racing to reach the goal first. Xuanzang tries to keep his comrades from cheating by reminding them of their dead friend Zhu Bajie. However, during these events, total chaos erupts and the truth about how Zhu Bajie died is revealed.
Sayuri, who died due to a falling swordfish pierceing her stomach when saving a cat holding that swordfish from being run over by a car, asks the Grim Reaper to let her come to life again for a few seconds to say the words she wishes to be her last words - however, stomachache and interference by a teacher named Gorimatsu led to botched attempts of saying "What the hell is that?!" as her last words. The second part is about a girl called Ishii who has gone to college, living on her own, and sees her friends and neighbors fall from their weakening verdanas while she is running home - the casualty toll increases till she is the last one to fall subject to her own verdana.
This final episode of the season is about Usami-chan, a rabbit girl who is known for her detective abilities and sharp intuition that exposes the criminal responsible for he crimes. She solves unusual and perverted cases that happens around her - and her prime suspect, the bear boy Kumakichi.