Wallaby comes to Kokoro's house. Kokoro suggests that she should show him off to the rest of the class the following day, but Wallaby explains that she cannot do that because an angel told him not to reveal himself to anyone except for Kokoro. The angel then appears, and explains the details concerning why Warabi's soul wasn't taken into heaven but remained on earth in the body of the stuffed animal. Wallaby is grateful towards Lalilalulala, the angel, but Kokoro gets suspicious.
Kokoro talking about introducing Wallaby to their class and letting them know that he is in fact Warabi.
Lalilalulala talks about Warabi's death and how she put his soul inside the stuffed animal.
In what way Warabi could possibly be turned back into a human.
What Lalilalulala's true intentions are.
The first appearance of Lalilalulala.
It is explained why Wallaby's true identity must remain a secret, that Lalilalulala in fact hoped to get promoted by bringing happiness to Warabi (but failed), and that she will now try and find a way to make him a human again.
How cruel! Stuffing me in the bag like tha … Ah!
— Wallaby (to Kokoro, when she puts him in her drawer)
In this test, I am to conduct Warabi-san through a path of good fortune. Troublesomely however, in the small lapse in which I parted my eyes from Warabi-san … He ended up dying.