Kusuo Saiki thought he could have an easy life despite his psychic abilities, but his sophomore year of high school quickly proves him wrong.
Kusuo inadvertently makes a brilliant dodgeball play in gym class, putting him on a collision course with his athletic classmates Kineshi and Riki.
Kusuo's extrasensory perception makes him unable to enjoy famous illusionist Uryoku Chono's show. Annoyed, Chono dares him to display his own magic.
Young medium Reita Toritsuka, who can see ghosts, asks Kusuo to take him on as a student in ESP, but Reita's motivations are anything but noble.
Kusuo changes his routine so that he can get home from school in time to watch anime. His worried friends, meanwhile, are searching all over for him.
Kusuo heads to the grocery store to buy dessert and has to decide which coffee jelly will give him the most satisfaction. Luckily, he has ESP!
Kusuo isn't a fan of cats or dogs because his telepathy and X-ray vision let him see animals as they really are. Then he meets a cat in a tight spot.
Kusuo "overhears" his classmates planning to steal a confiscated item back from a terrifying teacher and has to decide whether or not to rat them out.
Kokomi worries that Kusuo will think she's dating the idol Toru Mugami. When Kusuo's mom becomes Mugami's newest fan, things get complicated.
The day of the sports test in gym class is not Kusuo's favorite. But it's paradise for Kineshi and Riki, who may have finally found worthy opponents.
No good deed goes unpunished, as Kusuo learns when he retrieves a child named Yuta's balloon with his ESP and Yuta decides he's secretly a superhero.
As a teleporter, Kusuo doesn't share his classmates' excitement about their class trip. He gets caught up in schemes about trip groups regardless.
Kusuo wakes up at the beach to find that the hotel he was supposed to stay at has disappeared. An old sunken ship suddenly appears out of nowhere.
Bespectacled transfer student Aren Kuboyasu decides to use his new surroundings as an opportunity to distance himself from his delinquent past.
The school festival draws near, and Kusuo's classmate Kineshi has a terrible idea: folding 50,000 paper cranes. Everyone else is opposed.
Kokomi's brother asks Kusuo for a favor about filming in their neighborhood. The next day at school, Kokomi invites him on a date as an apology.
On his way to school, Shun encounters Aren in the middle of the street. He's stumbled into a revenge plot, but it may be too late to escape.
Kokomi drops by the Saiki household to get a cooking lesson from Kurumi, but Yuta is extremely suspicious of her, and Kusuo is in over his head.
Kusuo and his family visit his mother's parents, the very kind Kumi and the very forbidding Kumagoro, whose bark is much worse than his bite.
Kusuo overhears girls gossiping about their crushes on Reita, whose band made a big splash at the school festival, possibly for a sinister reason.
After Kusuo takes a direct hit from a baseball to his head walking past the field, he realizes one of the control devices on his head is missing.
Summer vacation approaches. Kusuo can hardly wait for some peace and quiet! However, his calendar quickly fills up with one annoyance after another.
Transfer student Metori Saiko joins the class, but his haughty attitude is as big as his family's fortune. Kusuo wonders if he has an ulterior motive.
Kusuo receives an invitation to a magic show featuring Chono and Michael, whose powers have apparently grown prodigiously.