Denji has another nightmare of standing in front of the door and hearing Pochita order him to never open it. The next morning at breakfast, Denji sits dejected and Power complains about Meowy’s newfound love for him. Denji ignores her and thinks about how Aki’s coffee reminds him of Reze and how she truly and irrevocably broke his heart. However, his attitude completely changes when Makima later invites them all on an all-expense paid vacation with her, causing Denji to jump for joy. Aki and Denji immediately agree while Power tries to come up with an excuse.As they discuss the timing of the trip, a swarm of Devil Hunters enter the room. After conferring with Makima, he shows the group news footage of the fight against Reza, explaining that the Bureau failed to censor the broadcast and as such the chainsaw man’s existence was revealed to the world. Power and Denji ignore this, still discussing the vacation, but are interrupted by Makima, who explains that the vacation was a ruse to explain their absence, and they are actually under protection to avoid assassination by alien threats. Denji reacts with horror as he realizes that he will be restrained and restrained for some time.Makima asks Aki to be part of Denji’s protection before telling him that they plan to hunt down the Gun Devil next year and orders him not to die before doing so. Aki recalls a conversation he had with Angel Devil, who described the essence of devils: When a devil dies, they are revived in hell. Once they die there, they return to Earth with no memories of Hell. He then reveals a secret he begs never to repeat – That all devils remember a single sound from the moments before they die in Hell: The sound of Denji’s chainsaw.Meanwhile, in America, a trio of part-time Devil Hunters sit and discuss their new job: Kill Denji and bring his body back to the US in exchange for $2 million. The youngest man, Aldo, expresses fear of death, but the other two talk him out of it, reminding him that all three—all brothers—survived the Gun Demon’s onslaught. As they prepare to leave for Japan, the leader, Sato, refers to himself as the “Immortals”.