Since she had heard that Saito was no longer Louise’s familiar, Siesta considers him free and decides to join him on his journey. She convinces Louise and Agnès to let her come along by playing up the fact that she can cook for them, but Louise doesn’t like seeing her cling to Saito. Siesta thinks that it shouldn’t matter now that Saito doesn’t belong to anyone anymore, and she tempts Saito by pressing her chest against his arm. Louise responds by whipping Saito, and she then tells Siesta that they’re not out to have fun but are actually on an important secret mission. That night, Louise is still bothered by how Saito is no longer her familiar, and Derflinger explains to Saito that Louise doesn’t want to do another summoning because she doesn’t know what’d happen. Seeing Saito looking troubled, Agnès reminds him that he had decided to protect Louise and questions his self-confidence. Saito denies that he’s lacking that, so Agnès challenges him to a sparring match to determine how much his skills have deteriorated. Fortunately, Saito still does remember some of his fighting skills, and after Agnès concludes the practice, she points out how Louise had been watching them from the coach because she was worried.
The following day, the group is riding through the woods when Saito suddenly sees a girl in the distance. He recognizes and runs after her, and when Tiffania realizes who he is, she jumps onto him. The first thing both Louise and Siesta notice about her is her enormous bust size. Louise is incredibly pissed off to see the two embracing because she doesn’t realize who Tiffania is, but even after Saito clears things up, she still bullies the girl. When Saito eventually steps in and stands up for Tiffania, Louise storms out into the woods by herself. Siesta goes after her and raises Louise’s spirits by proposing joining forces with her against Tiffania, but before they can do anything, they suddenly find themselves surrounded by magical wolves. The culprit is Sheffield, and she urges Louise to call for help so that the other Void user who’s in the area will come, however Louise doesn’t know who she’s talking about. Sheffield attacks with her wolves, and with some help from Siesta in getting her wand back, Louise casts a spell that blows up the area. This only buys her a little time though and doesn’t actually eliminate any of the wolves. Louise is left with no other option but to cast a summoning spell in hopes of getting Saito there.
Much to Sheffield’s surprise, Saito does indeed appear from the green bubble that Louise summons. After Sheffield decides to withdraw for now, Saito affirms that he’s willing to become Louise’s familiar again. The two re-enter into a contract through a kiss, and doing so brings back the rune on Saito’s left hand. Unfortunately, the their moment is short-lived because Siesta pushes Louise aside so that she can hug Saito. Regardless, Saito is happy to be Louise’s familiar again, and he barks for her when she calls him a dog after they return to Tiffania’s house.
Well that was concluded pretty quickly. Never mind the fact that the group immediately found Tiffania without any trouble at all, I thought the writers would spend more time on Saito not having the rune on his hand, but one dangerous situation later and it’s all resolved. On one hand, I think I should be applauding them for not wasting too much time (only two episodes in and the re-summoning conundrum was already getting tiresome, so I’ve glad it’s over with), but on the other hand, I suspect they skipped a lot of stuff to get to that point. In fact, for being someone so important, Tiffania was hardly in this episode, and all the scenes she was in involved her breasts in some way.
On that note, I should mention that there was censoring this episode in the form of black fog and several close-up shots in what was clearly not a close-up scene (the quality was fuzzy in those shots, and when they zoomed out immediately after it ended, things returned to normal quality). I didn’t think that was the kind of scene that required censoring (it’s not like it’s a gun or anything), especially not for a series that has a fair degree of fanservice like Zero no Tsukaima already does. Of course it could also just be a ploy to get people to buy the DVDs. Having said all that, this was still a pretty minor thing and probably won’t take away much from the overall enjoyment of the episode.