Elsewhere, in a van, Saburo Togusa is beating a man into telling who he works for after they had kidnapped Kaztano, who was rescued by the Black Rider. The man claims to not know anything, but just then Walker and Erika arrive back to the van with supplies. Saburo leaves the two to finish his task.
Walker then pulls out various manga series, and the two tell the man whatever book he chose is going to be the kind of torture they'll use on him. The man panics upon seeing the kind of brutal series they pull out and considers his options. He picks one that seems the least threatening. Just as Walker and Erika hold him down to torture him, Kyouhei Kadota intervenes. He tells the man that his comrades have all been talked to already and if he doesn't tell them the information they need, he'll let Walker and Erika proceed with the torture. The man caves and reveals that he works for a small dispatching company owned by Yagiri Pharmaceuticals and is tasked to kidnap people for experiments.
- "Who is Dotachin?!?!"
- The kidnapping of Kaztano (only mentioned in the manga or LN but seen more in length in ep.6 of the anime)
- The rescue of the kidnapped people by Celty.
- The books Walker and Erika had to torture the guy were: Darker Than Black, A Certain Magical Index, Accel World, Astro Fighter Sunred, Black Butler, Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-Chan, Doubt, Iscariot, Oreimo: My Little Sister Can't Be This Cute, Shikabane Hime, Shakugan no Shana, and Umineko no Naku Koro ni, all published by either Dengeki Bunko or Gangan Comics.
- "Gangan Ixa Battle " (with the "Ixa" read as "Ikusa" meaning "fight" or "battle") was a special issue magazine published by Square Enix only twice a year during 2009-11 with themes such as the Sengoku period, the Three Kingdoms period, and Bakumatsu (which may explain the "Samurai Hearts" tangent by Walker and Erika during their pose)
- Walker and Erika claimed to be doing their "signature brand of torture" in that instance in celebration of 100 million copies of Dengeki Bunko sold
- "Oinari-Sama" likely refers to Our Home's Fox Deity (Wagaya no Oinari-sama). "Handa Ryu" and its tie-in to solders, however, is a mystery to this editor...
- Walker and Erika made a pun on the word "Dengeki" referencing both Dengeki Bunko and the literal meaning of the word: "electric shock" when introducing their method of torture (also both striking "Ta-da!"-ish poses with "Samurai Hearts" on tangent.
Walker & Erika: "If we didn't have manga or novels, we'd base this on some historical play. If there's any reason we do this......It's because we're just plain crazy."