It's Valentine's Day and Enid, Radicles, and K.O. are decorating Gar's Bodega with Valentine's Day ornaments. When the pomegranate shoots explode in the middle, revealing Cupid. He claims that there to resolve a romantic tension that no one knew between Rad and Enid. Although Enid denies, with his flashback eye, he takes them back years ago. Young Enid is at the school picking up her manga that fell to the ground, a young Rad gives her the book and walks away, but arouses interest in Enid.
Elodie convinces Enid to ask Rad for a date, although she was reluctant at first. He accepts and they find themselves in the place where Enid trained. But Rad was too insecure to interact with Enid, and his friends told him to do detestable things instead of being himself. This leads Enid to storm off after lunching one of her fireball attacks towards him. This causes young Rad to fall for her, and to regret everything he did to her but brushes it off. At the end of the flashbacks, K.O. becomes super sad because of the sad ending. Cupid says he was right and they would have to make an end.
But not the way everyone thinks, they're kind of in a ring fighting to see who was the most chivalrous. Enid ends up revolting and falling from the ring towards the lava flow that was around. She was calm and ready to accept her death fate, but before that, she is saved by Rad with his telekinesis and pulls her back up to the ring and he apologized for being a jerk on their first date. She accepts his apologies and Cupid sees that now they are in a platonic friendship, soon after that returns to the sky. They go out and walk together, Enid punches his arm and he runs after her.
- Cupid (debut)
- Elodie (flashback)
- Bell Beefer (flashback)
- Mega Football Baby (flashback)
- Nick Army (flashback)
- Joff (flashback)
- Gregg (flashback)
- Drupe (flashback)
- Brandon (flashback)
- Dolph Finn (flashback)
- Punching Judy (flashback)
- Ice Cream Lady (flashback)
- Courtenay Taylor as K.O.
- Ashly Burch as Enid
- Ian Jones-Quartey Rad
- Diedrich Bader as Cupid
- Melissa Villasenor as Potato / Mega Football Baby
- Reshma Shetty as Elodie
- Michael-Leon Wooley as Bell Beefer
- Enid has a phone charm of Naruto Uzumaki from the popular anime/manga Naruto as she was checking the time while waiting for Rad.
- Three of manga that Enid is seen picking up in the flashback are Debt Note, Beach, and Ninja Love. They are parodies of Shonen Jump manga Death Note, Bleach, and Naruto.
- Ninja Love's cover parodies an infamous scene from the series where Sasuke and Naruto accidentally kiss.
- Enid's dance battle outfit was inspired by activewear trends. 
- The scene where Enid grabs Rad with her legs was cut out in the UK version.
- The battle Rad and Enid have is a reference to the rose duels from Revolutionary Girl Utena where the combatants must destroy the rose on their opponents lapel to win. This is inverted in the episode because Rad and Enid must pin the rose on their opponents lapel to win.