Yuu wakes up early, leaving Nega and Poji behind and runs out of the house, eager to use her magic powers. She hides behind a tree in the park and transforms. She walks around town and is soon noticed by producer Shingo Tashibana, from Parthenon Production Company. He is in desperate need of a last minute replacement for his star singer, Megumi Ayase, who happens to be late for her TV show. Before she knows it, Yuu is pushed in front of the camera and when asked her name, "Creamy Mami" is what first comes to her mind because of her parent's "Creamy Crepe" shop. She is then asked to sing a song she knows nothing about. Thanks to a little magic, she hums "Delicate ni Sukishite" (Love Me Delicately). It's an instant success! Yuu makes a run for the exit and calls Toshio so he can come get her. Toshio was watching TV and really appreciates Creamy Mami, which makes Yuu terribly jealous.
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Did You Know?
The character of Nils from the series Nirusu no fushigi na tabi
(1980) (also a Studio Pierrot production) appears in the audience as a cameo, 15 minutes into the episode. See more
I'm running out of 10-yen coins. Please come and pick me up. If you come, I think something good will happen.
Alright. So where are you now?
Near a big building.
References Nirusu no fushigi na tabi
Delicate ni Sukishite
(opening song and sung in the episode with no lyrics)
Written by Yoshiaki Furuta
and Masaaki Oomura
Performed by Takako Ôta See more