Nakajima Megumi, Meloetta's VA, joins Musashi, Kojirou, and Nyasu in the studio.
The show starts with Nyasu saying that it's too hot to sleep. And, y'know, Japan's doing the whole "save energy" thing now, so he doesn't want to just crank up the AC. So he decides to try counting Mareep until he drifts off to sleep. This doesn't work, however, so he decides to start counting Meloetta instead. That doesn't work either. An Ishitsubute shows up (I don't remember why), and then Nyasu goes back to counting Mareep.
Opening Theme (Rocket-Dan yo Eien ni)
Nyasu says that today is July 15th and asks the other two if they know what that means. Musashi guesses that it's the anniversary of the opening of Osaka port (大阪港開港記念日) in 1868, but Nyasu says that's not it. Kojirou guesses that it's the birthday of AKB 48's Kashiwagi Yuki, but Nyasu says that's not what he's talking about, either. Then, Musashi guesses that it's "Famicom Day" since the Nintendo Famicom first went on sale on July 15th, 1983. Finally, Nyasu reveals that today is the second day that "Kyurem vs. The Sacred Swordsman Keldeo" and "Meloetta's Dazzling Recital" have been in theaters!
This week's guest is Nakajima Megumi, the singer / voice actor known for doing Meloetta's voice. She's also well known for Macross Frontier. They talk to her about how she's a fan of the WWE (American wrestling) and how it's difficult having a name as common as "Megumi." Nyasu asks Ms. Nakajima about raising Meloetta, so she talks about how pure and nice she is. Next, Musashi asks which pokemon is her favorite. Nakajima answers with Fushigidane, which then prompts a visit to the studio by a real Fushigidane (note: Hayashibara Megumi also did the voice of Satoshi's Fushigidane in the TV series). Finally, Nakajima Megumi promotes this year's movie.
The next segment is another product placement spot. This time, the trio fiddles around with an adult sized version of the kids' toy Yubi de Piano. The "instrument" is capable of making piano sounds, hand bell sounds, and cat sounds.
This week's song is "Try Unite" by Nakajima Megumi. It was used as the opening theme to Lagrange: The Flower of Rin-ne.
At the end of the show, the trio promotes their Twitter feed again and talk about maybe trying to get a bigger role in next year's movie. Guess we'll just have to wait and see!