There is some fanservice in this episode, so young people who struggle with the lusts of the flesh may be advised to stand it over. This is too bad, because it is full of insanity and hilarious misunderstandings. In all fairness, the ecchi all takes place in the head of a supporting character. There is also tenderness and divine intervention, making this one of the best Kannagi episodes (apart from the fanservice). I feel the anime recovered nicely from the obviously anime-original previous episode, which was too predictable and completely ignored the main topic of Nagi's spiritual status.