The next morning, Tomoki finds they are on a plane to an uninhabited island as an alternative punishment instituted by Mikako. While no one else is around, Nymph grabs Ikaros's forehead, and checks her protection levels, seeing they are at one hundred percent, which explains her passive doll-like behavior. Sohara tries the panties, but they are all sent flying, except for one that is a similar dog print as her original, releasing Sohara from the handcuffs. . No hentai is allowed in any case. English-subtitled simulcasts were provided by on their video portal. Disliking an opinion is not a valid reason for flagging.
Tomoki promises to go boating with Sohara, but neglects her in order to teach Ikaros how to properly swim. Although Chaos still has the upper hand, Ikaros arrives and fights Chaos unassisted, eventually plunging Chaos to the depths of the sea, leaving her being asked what is love. However, he keeps having weird dreams and asks all of his friends to help him investigate the cause. Ikaros battles the Harpies and goes to full Uranus Queen mode, while Tomoki and the others try to break Nymph's chain. Ikaros eventually reveals to the gang that she was telling lies to try to fit in, which relieves Tomoki and Sohara. As Ikaros goes shopping, Tomoki and friends tail her. The final question, a freebie repeat of an earlier question about the ethics of an open door to the girls' locker room, causes Tomoki to struggle between choosing the correct answer and being a man.
Ikaros sees Tomoki and Nymph walking, and feels some emotions in her chest. Astraea and Nymph each visit but Tomoki chases them out. She overheats, and decides to repair herself by erasing all memories of him. Sohara rushes to the New World Discovery Club room, but whatever she puts on is also sent flying. His childhood friend Sohara Mitsuki worries about this and decides to seek the help of Eishirou Sugata, an eccentric sky maniac. Both Mikako and Nymph are introduced earlier in the series so they participate in more of the events.
Sohara shows up with the real bullets and chases Tomoki to the shrine until Ikaros saves him by taking a head shot. As with the first season, each episode features a different ending song. When the Master orders her to kill Ikaros instead, she flies to the scene, but she breaks the chains and faces Chaos to a death match. Tomoki returns and tells the Angeloids to live and that he will be the master for Nymph and Astraea. That day, Tomoki's peaceful life is changed forever when a strange girl falls from the sky and begins to call him master. While Sohara saws down the door lock, Tomoko has no choice but to escape into the toilet and go through sewage treatment to the sea. He uses it for his lecherous activities and treats it like a brother, that is until Sohara discovers and destroys his friend.
Ikaros encourages flying and Tomoki volunteers, using a pair of wings that Sugata has crafted. Sugata warns Sohara, Ikaros and Nymph about the new threat to Tomoki, but the two Angeloids are not concerned about the Delta-Class Angeloid , who has a lack of computational abilities, which proves true as she immediately bungles her attacks. His childhood friend Sohara Mitsuki worries about this and decides to seek the help of Eishirou Sugata, an eccentric sky maniac. A confused Tomoki, after meeting back with his friends, decides to look for her. Nymph hacks Tomoki's memories so he forgets how to swim. Tomoki soon finds himself hunted by many of the local townsfolk wanting the ten million yen prize, until Sugata and Mikako snipe them. The device malfunctions at first but eventually they get to what was supposed to be Tomoki's dream but discover that something is very wrong with it.
When Tomoki jokingly commands Ikaros to make him ruler of the world, this only causes everyone to vanish, since nobody would accept him as such. It is revealed that the forced Nymph to rip the wings off a bird she was keeping for his amusement. Tomoko secures a bathhouse visit, and while the Angeloids monitor status, Tomoko has a field day accidentally fondling the girls, until the perversion blows out the transformation device. Later, a meteor comes crashing down from the skies at the site of the large cherry blossom tree where Tomoki first discovered Ikaros. Tomoki apologizes and Sohara forgives him, until he neglects her again to review swimming with Ikaros, which earns him karate chops. That night, Ikaros wants to know how Tomoki really feels about her.
Later, Astraea challenges Tomoki in a dummy rematch, but ends up bonding with him from the games, and feels accepted at their barbecue. When Tomoki peeps, the girls aim mirrors to blind him with sunlight. Tomoki dismisses Ikaros, who meets up with Nymph, who asks her how it felt to slaughter people like she used to. Sugata talks with Nymph about Tomoki's kindness to her. Tomoki eventually defeats the robot, destroying his house, and rescuing Sohara to the cheers of the neighbors, until he notices Sohara's thighs and subconsciously Sohara, who blushes and karate chops him. Calling herself a Pet-Class Angeloid from an unknown world called Synapse, she considers Tomoki as her master and tells him that she can grant him any wish. That day, Tomoki's peaceful life is changed forever when a strange girl falls from the sky and begins to call him master.
Elsewhere, Tomoki finds Ikaros and walks her home. Just as she is about to carry out her order, Tomoki stops her and asks whether she will do the bidding of the Master or find the strength to choose her own destiny. As she reboots, she unintentionally reveals her mission in front of Sugata. With Tomoki trapped in his house, Sohara and Ikaros go shopping. The ruler of Synapse is cruel and sadistic and enjoys torturing his Angeloids. Things return to normal, with Nymph restoring Ikaros's memories, and Tomoko later teaches Ikaros bathroom etiquette. While Tomoki gets a drink, Nymph compares the caged animals to themselves and their collars.
The show is based on a manga of the same name, written by Suu Minazuki. Later, Ikaros is given a shopping list of curry ingredients, and Tomoki tells Ikaros to behave like a normal human. Tomoki screams at the indecision, but the ceremony is interrupted by a reformed Chaos, who gives Tomoki a hug, and becomes the newest resident Angeloid. While Ikaros shops for groceries, an impoverished Astraea and Nymph raid Ikaros's watermelon patch; when she returns they try to regrow the patch but transform it into looking melon monsters. Afterwards, Mikako awards the prize to Tomoki, but he must fight for the World Title against , who was the shooting range man from the previous year.