|The Disciple is Ready|
|Japanese Title||弟子ができました |
Deshi ga dekimashita
|Airdate||March 27, 2011|
|Manga Chapters||I Completely Fought|
|Previous Episode||Episode 9 |
Love is a Hurricane
|Next Episode||Episode 11 |
There Were Things Money Can't Buy
Originally, this was to be the twelfth episode aired, but following the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, the anime had been skipped for two weeks because of the provocative nature of the series. The original episode 10 had been postponed to become episode 13, while the original episode 11 had been postponed to become episode 15. This episode and the next episode had had their airdates left intact. As a result, these two episodes were aired first. The opening and ending sequences for this episode have been modified to remove scenes suggesting the disaster.
A stray cat becomes attached to Oga, causing Beelzebub to become extremely jealous and shock anyone he shows affection towards. Beelzebub challenges the cat to a fight and subsequently loses, but when a gang of fierce cats gang up on the cat for fighting in their territory, Beelzebub stands up for him, prompting Oga to help out. Afterward, Beelzebub and the cat become friends. Later, Oga takes Beelzebub and the cat to a play center where he once again meets Aoi in her park getup. While Beelzebub and Kota getting into heated competition with some other toddlers, Oga and Aoi have a conversation full of misunderstandings, both ending with explosive results. Afterward, the cat decides to leave in order to protect his fellow strays.
Next episode previewEdit
Himekawa proclaims that money is everything and that there is nothing it can't buy. Furuichi argues this, claiming it can't buy Hilda's smile or breasts. Himekawa challenges him for next week. Furuichi is surprised at his challenge with an awkward sense of hope. After Oga introduces next week's episode, Furuichi scolds him for spoiling the results of their challenge.
Characters in order of appearanceEdit
- Misaki Oga
- Beelzebub IV
- Tatsumi Oga
- Takayuki Furuichi (flashback)
- Kōta Kunieda
- Aoi Kunieda
- Some broadcasts of the episode in Japan included a short animation at the beginning, featuring much of the cast raising their fists for the victims of the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.