There's Nothing Money Can't Buy
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Japanese Title お金でかえないものはありません
Okane de kaenai mono wa arimasen
Episode 5
Airdate February 6, 2011
Manga Chapters Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Previous Episode Episode 4
There's 1 Second Before the Demon Lord's Peeing Bursts
Next Episode Episode 6
The Toys from the Demon World Have Arrived (Part A)
We Played Doctor (Part B)
Theme Music
Opening Dadada
Ending Answer

There's Nothing Money Can't Buy (お金でかえないものはありません, Okane de kaenai mono wa arimasen) is episode 5 of the Beelzebub anime.


After a sleep deprived night, Oga notices he has a strange mark on his hand, revealed to be Zebel Spell, a symbol of the contract between him and Beelzebub. Hildegarde and Alaindelon explain that a Demon Lord's parent is a vessel for his power, and the mark will grow the more opponents Oga defeats. Wanting to get rid of the mark, Oga decides to give up fighting in the hopes it will make the mark smaller. Meanwhile, another member of the Tōhōshinki, Tatsuya Himekawa, hires some thugs to kidnap Hildegarde and Takayuki in order to get Oga's attention. Oga uses Alaindelon to sneak in and forgoes his promise to beat Tatsuya's henchmen. Tatsuya goads Oga into hitting a ceramic plate hidden under his shirt, but his punch is so powerful it knocks him out anyway. Tatsuya then tries using a stun rod, but Oga resists it and uses Beelzebub's power to beat him, which in turn makes his mark larger.

Next episode previewEdit

Furuichi is amazed at Oga defeating Himekawa of one of Ishiyama High's Tōhōshinki, but Oga still frustrated at the "Celeb Pistol" on his arm. Furuichi corrects him stating that it's actually called the Zebul Spell. Hilda points out that Beelzebub is bored and tells the two to play with him. After Hilda introduces the two-part episode, Oga wonders what toys come from the Demon World, while Furuichi starts to have a bad feeling about them.

Characters in order of appearanceEdit

  1. Tatsumi Oga
  2. Beelzebub IV
  3. Misaki Oga
  4. Shimokawa
  5. Abe
  6. Takayuki Furuichi
  7. Hilda
  8. Alaindelon
  9. Tatsuya Himekawa
  10. Acid Suzuki
  11. Ryūji Sanada
  12. Ryūichi Sanada
  13. Takeshi Shiroyama
  14. Shintarō Natsume


  • In some broadcasts, the generic heavy metal music Baby Beel listens to is changed to Rōningyō no Yakata (蠟人形の館, House of Wax) by Japanese heavy metal band Seikima-II. In the credits, the song is listed under Baby Beel's Favorite Tune (ベル坊のお気に入り曲, Berubō no okiniiri kyoku).


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