Every otaku’s favorite dating sims champion is back! And Keima still has his adorable lost soul-hunting, demon cutie with him! Together, they continue their pursuit of finding escaped lost souls who are hiding within beautiful, young school girls. But how to release these trapped spirits? Why they have to get the girls to fall in love of course! And this time when lost souls turn up in everyone from the school’s resident bully to the school’s hottest new student teacher, Keima finds even his romantic powers are going to have to be working over time. And when a giant loose soul turns the entire school into a group of love-starved zombies, it’s a good thing a new demon shows up to help! It’s two times the adventure, two times the excitement, and two times the romance in The World God Only Knows Season Two!
Keima and Elsie are rescued from bullies by Kusunoki Kasuga, captain of the girls' karate club. As she chastises Keima for being so weak, Elsie detects a spirit inside her.
Despite misgivings, Kusunoki continues on her date with Keima, hoping to bring out her feminine side.
Elsie reunites with her classmate, the overachieving Haqua. Chief Docrow reports an evil spirit on the loose in their area.
Keima suggests that Haqua should team up with Elsie, but she refuses -- and is then possessed by the spirit.
After learning there are 60,000 spirits still to be captured, Keima is left overwhelmed and depressed. Then one turns up in his friend Chihiro, and he refuses to help, still angry over her teasing him about his moping.
Keima learns that all the girls he helped previously still have remnants of their old feelings for him. After discovering the identity of Chihiro's new crush, Keima formulates a plan to help her win his heart.
Chihiro has started to develop feelings for Keima, and calls off the confession to Yuta.
Keima entrusts Elsie with purchasing a rare first edition of the dating sim game "Love Tears."
Jun Nagase is an idealistic new student teacher assigned to Keima's class. She quickly takes on Keima as a kind of pet project, believing him to be troubled and out of touch.
Keima's tactics aren't working on Jun, who continues to see him only as her student and not as an equal.
Jun winds up watching a wrestling match with Keima, where he brings up her role in the disbanding of the basketball team.
Keima plays a game called "One Leaf," which he initially thinks is a bad game; however, its heroine fits his ideal perfectly, so he winds up enjoying the game at a slow pace.