Iku learns the truth of the inquiry against her and is asked to choose between saving herself and standing up for what she believes in as Shibazaki deals with a personal and professional betrayal of her own.
What makes a "prince" a prince? Iku finally gets a clue! As corny as this series is--and, boy, is it corny--it's still nice to see the gang bonding and learning to better understand one another as they fight the forces of censorship. But do we really need to see Iku don a miniskirt instead of her gun to catch a molester of female library patrons? *eye-roll* If only the series didn't take such ridiculousness seriously, the cheeze would be easier to swallow. *sigh*