Time to play some video games! This week’s episode starts out with Narumi introducing an online game called Power Play Ball, or Powerebo for short. While he’s at the arcade playing this game, a few men barge in, one of whom Narumi recognizes as Nemo. The men are trying to raise the rent for the arcade, which would likely lead to it closing down. Major argues against them, and they propose a gamble with the loser backing off, which Tetsu agrees to immediately (without even hearing the terms). They point at a Powerebo machine and say they will use baseball to decide the winner and Major accepts (gotta be a trick, man…so obvious). However, Major doesn’t realize that they are talking about a real baseball game. Major starts to try to round up a team, and the Fourth shows up with some guys from the Hirasaka Group to fill up the remaining slots. Alice decides to become the coach for the team. The day of the game approaches, and Alice reveals that their opponents are quite the tough bunch. Narumi reveals to the rest of the NEETs that Nemo was formerly a baseball player. The day of the game arrives, and the NEETs start strong with the Fourth’s pitching, but Nemo comes out to hit a home run on the first pitch. The NEET Teddy Bears (lol name) are able to stay relatively even with the Yakuza team, but Nemo has yet to pitch. The Fourth is reaching his limit, and Alice laments the lack of data on Nemo, so Narumi rushes back to the arcade to check if the game has any information. Finally, Nemo comes to the mound. With the Fourth out of commission, two outs, and a runner on first, Narumi steps up to bat in the Fourth’s place. However, Alice finally comes out into the open to take Narumi’s place. Nemo has trouble with the first couple of pitches, but gets three strikes on Alice. However, the last pitch is not caught and Alice makes a break for the bases. Narumi then finally steps up to bat, hitting foul ball after foul ball. Finally, on the 21st pitch, Narumi is able to hit the ball cleanly and win the game. When Nemo comes to demand how Narumi knew his style, Narumi reveals that it was all present in Powerebo. The next day, Major is on a major losing streak in Powerebo (get it?), and Narumi notices that the opposing team is actually Alice. The episode ends with the store manager telling Ayaka that her brother is there, which shocks her. A nice little one shot sort of episode this week.