A Day in the Pachi Forest. No words except for the Vending Bird explaining what she’s selling, so no need for translation. Just relax, kick back with a nice "coffee milk", and enjoy!
Next we cut to a scene with Ciaotchi merrily walking along, before being rudely accosted by Bankaratchi. She tries to get around him, but Bankaratchi cuts her off. Ciaotchi says "You won’t let me pass?" Bankaratchi says "That seems to be the cas…" before being swiftly taken down from behind by KuroMametchi. Ciaotchi says thanks and walks away. As Bankaratchi tries to talk to Ciaotchi once more, KuroMametchi twists him down again, and a note with a heart and a picture of Ciaotchi on it falls down. Seeing that he has misread the situation, KuroMametchi picks up the note, runs after Ciaotchi, and hands her the note saying, "It’s from him." KuroMametchi goes back to Bankaratchi and helps him, saying "Sorry about that." As Bankaratchi gets up, he notices that Ciaotchi is reading his love letter, and cries tears of joy. He tries to thank KuroMametchi, but like The Eagles, he’s already gone.
The next morning at school, Bankaratchi is on his knees, passing a letter with a heart on it to Kuromametchi, and begging to let him call him "Aniki" (literally meaning "big brother", "Aniki" is also a yakuza term used for someone you admire and respect greatly). Makiko comments that KuroMametchi is popular with the boys as well as the girls, and the cartoon ends with a picture of a troubled KuroMametchi, and a happy Ciaotchi skipping into the room from behind.
So what actually happened? That’s up to you to imagine for yourself…