So the episode starts with Deus calling a meeting to discuss to the remaining players about how the 8th’s diary works and whether or not it and the keepers created by her diary abide by the rules of the game.
So this new OP is called “Dead END” by Faylan. I like this OP alot better than the first one, which was… okay. I don’t like how they recycle some footage from the first OP, though. And why is there so much blue?
We then see Yukki talking to this over to his friends and he tells them that Kousaka’s blog is on 8th’s server, which creates a special type of Future Diaries known as Child Diaries. The only differences from Child Diaries to standard Future Diaries is that their keepers won’t die if they’re broken, which Yukki proves by smashing Kousaka’s iBone. *giggle* iBone…
It’s seems that Child Diaries can track each other, so it was a good move breaking Kousaka’s phone.Yukki gets a new message from his diary stating that three of the Child Keepers is going to come to his house in three days, and wonders how to fight back without relying on Yuno.
So Akise asks Nishijima to keep an eye on Yukki for the three days while they think up a plan to disable the Child Diaries. Of course, the bigger problem is Yuno and her Yukiteru Diary. Anyway, Yukki’s having dinner with his mom. Which reminds me, the episode when Yukki’s mom first appeared was when I decided to start blogging this show. I like her, she’s cool.
Yukki asks her if she made too much food, and she answers that she cooked for more than three. Three, huh…? Well, I guess if you want leftovers, then… Oh my God!!!
As it turns out, Yuno was there and helped mom cook before she left. Are you sure it was a good idea to let her cook, Rea? Oh, that’s right. She did get whacked in the head, after all.
Three days later, the group drives over to Kousaka’s house and…
Whoa! Who’d ever thought this idiot had this place? Anyway, the plan is to lure the three Child Diary Keepers to Kousaka’s house and use the cell tower to disrupt their phone signal, disabling the use of their diaries.
The Child Keepers arrive, but they cut the power to the house, messing up Akise’s plan. Yukki’s now trying to wonder how they figured out their plan since no one outside of them knows it. There is one person though…
Oh, Christ… Why did you have to ruin everything, Yuno?
Anyway, Akise has Yuno come up to the balcony so Yukki can keep her from messing things up further so he and Kousaka can disable the tower manually. Meanwhile, Yukki decides to keep Yuno restrained. But two of the swagtasitic Child Keepers, known as Mar and Ai break into the house.
Nishijima tries to take him out, but fall victim to Mar’s Undefeated Champion Diary, which allows Mar to look for openings in his opponent’s movements and make his counterattack based on that info. So Yukki and the others try to make a getaway, but Ai tracks them down using her Flirting Diary, which tells her who she’ll flirt with next. Yeeeeah, that’s a weird diary…
Mar and Ai follow them; Hinata and Mao try to hold them off, but are taken down almost immediately and Yukki and Yuno gets cornered in the attic of the house.
Luckily, Akise gets to the cell tower and disable it in time. So it seems that Mar and Ai are about to back off, until they ditch their Child Diaries and reveal themselves to be Marco Ikusaba and Ai Mikami, the 7th Diary Keepers.
Yuno pleads for Yukki to untie her.
With no other options, Yukki unties her. Marco and Ai reveals that their Exchange Diaries can tell the holders about their partners’ actions, only they use their diaries to cover each other’s weaknesses. So yeah, it’s the Power of Love VS the Power of Love.
Ai tosses a shitton of knives, which Yuno somehow manages to deflect, forcing 7th to make a hasty retreat, taking the injured Hinata and Mao with them and patching them up. Also, so that they can all make way for their Plan B: To have their partner Ta-kun torch the house. However, they go back inside to settle the score.
The Not-So-Dynamic Duo is easily defeated by 7th, mainly because Yukki wasn’t there to protect Yuno. Marco berates him for being weak and leaves them to die.
The next day at the hospital, Akise tells Yukki that the plan was a failure, and his and Yuno’s diaries were taken. The episode ends with Minene showing up in their room, asking for the story about 7th.
So the new ED is “filament” by Yousei Teikoku. This one’s okay, but I liked the previous one better. I don’t know why this one has so much sad Yuno. Am I supposed to feel sad for her? Because I don’t. I’m gonna come out and say it: I don’t like Yuno anymore. *Yuno fans boo at me, I flip them off* Yeah, screw you too! Even though she loves Yukki, half the time she just wants to make sure he doesn’t have any friends so that no one else can ride his dick. What kind of boyfriend allows that?