|Konomi Kohara, Rika Nagae, Hina Kino, Ryotaro Okiayu, Ryoko Maekawa
|Yuko Kakihara, Mitsuhiro Ogata, Sho Tanaka, Shigeki Yamadaira, Masaki Sakamoto
During recess, Olivia, a foreign transfer student who doesn't know English, plays a game of "look-the-other-way" with Hanako Honda, a loud-mouthed airhead. Their rowdy behavior spurs the ire of Kasumi Nomura, a deadpan loner constantly teased by her older sister for her tendency to lose games. Not willing to compete, Kasumi declines Olivia's offer to join the fun, but eventually gets involved anyway and dispenses her own brand of mischief. Soon, a strange friendship blossoms between the peculiar trio, and they decide to form the "Pastime Club," where they are free to resume their daily hijinks. Whether it be failing to learn English, trying desperately to become popular, or getting caught by teachers at the wrong time, school life will never be boring when these girls are up to their hilarious antics.
Olivia has an odd way of playing look-the-other-way. Her opponent, Hanako, convinces Kasumi to play against her instead. This is the beginning of the Pastimers Club.
The Pastimers don’t have the minimum number of members necessary to be officially recognized as a club. They attempt to negotiate with the student council president, who isn’t impressed by the club’s activities.
Kasumi isn’t amused at the stakes involved in the game that Hanako and Olivia are playing. Her well-meant intention to make the game more wholesome backfires.
Maeda-san, who works at Hanako’s home, fires lasers from his butt. This offers Kasumi with a unique perspective for her fan fiction.
Hanako arrives at a café to meet up with Olivia and Kasumi. Olivia and Kasumi were just commenting on how this is the first time they’ve seen each other out of their school uniforms and when they see Hanako, they are shocked. Olivia asks Hanako if she hit her head on the way there, but Hanako tells them that her clothes were a very special kind of haute couture.
Hanako and the other girls are asked by Oka-san from the Occult Research Club if they want to read a grimoire with her. They ask Oka-san how gathering members is going for the club and she tells them that she hasn’t been able to find anyone since. Apparently the reason she ended up on her own suddenly is two had graduated, one had transferred and another one teleported. After hearing that, Hanako and the others didn’t know what to do...
Hanako, Olivia, and Kasumi are asked by Aozora Tsugumi to go into the student council room to retrieve the Banana Papers that are hidden somewhere in there. The Banana Papers contain scandals that have happened around school and the student council president is apparently using that to blackmail other students. Hanako and the other girls try to decline the request, but Tsugumi manages to buy them all off one way or another and they end up having to go get the Banana Papers...
When Hanako sees Olivia wandering around the classroom with her face glued to her smartphone, she assumes she’s playing that popular monster-collecting game, but it turns out that she’s playing an unfamiliar game called Bactéri GO. Olivia explains that the objective of the game is to collect the many kinds of bacteria that populate the area, and that it was developed in her parents’ country. She describes the game in detail to Hanako, but…
Olivia’s classmates try to strike a conversation with her during the break after English class. She hadn’t talked to them much until then, even though their seats are nearby, but thanks to Hanako and Kasumi, who don’t speak to her much in class, her classmates are still under the impression that she’s fluent in English. Olivia begs Hanako to talk to her more in class so she can fix the misconception that she’s good at English, but…
Because of her appearance, Fujiwara-san is assumed to be good at classical literature, even though her talent is in English, having replaced Olivia in the English speech contest and won. She's exasperated by all of her classmates who come to her to ask for help with classical literature during break time, and she comes to Olivia for someone to speak in English with. Olivia becomes fearful, suspecting that Fujiwara-san has figured out that she can't speak English..
The three visit the student council president to demand that their film be accepted for the cultural festival. The president, meanwhile, is busy trying to get the vice president to let her visit the boys school across the street.
The trio is left to take care of a baby. The baby tries to take care of the trio. Hanako is struck down by the boob gods. Olivia takes Hanako and Kasumi to Fairy Tale Hell. They play a game that never ends. It just goes on and on, my friends.