Game Over is Episode 3A of Season 1 of Kuu Kuu Harajuku. It originally aired on October 5, 2016.
HJ5 accidentally get trapped inside a cute video game filled with evil cheeseburgers and flowers. Can they escape unharmed and find out who sent them in there in the first place.
The episode opens up with the girls running and jumping on platforms inside a video game before a transition shows them in the real world, extremely bored. G is looking at several different items but can't decide which one she wants to pick. Rudie mentions that she has one hour to decide what she wants for the "Bobbles" magazine article about their favorite things. According to Music, Angel and Baby are the only ones who haven't picked an item (although Baby will most likely pick some random thing at the last minute). The other girls discuss that they all had a difficult time picking their favorite thing before the doorbell interrupts the conversation (and gives Baby her "favorite thing"). Music gives G a quick pep talk, but it doesn't help her choose anything faster. Baby opens the door and finds a package delivered on the doorstep. Outside the building, a mysterious woman emerges from the bushes and giggles, saying she has the girls right where she wants them.Baby brings the package inside and notes that there is no tag for who it is for, but Angel goes and rips it open anyway. Love determines it's a video game console, possibly a prototype due to the lack of information on it. Angel reads the instructions which state all players must place their hand on the console.
Back inside the game, a rainbow spawns in the background and two unique icons of a flower and hamburger appear before a panda and cat icon appear as well as an image of G's charm bracelet. Angel realizes all the symbols were all of the items G couldn't decide as her "most favorite thing". Whoever created the console specifically wanted G in there. A robotic voice plays overhead telling them to follow the rainbow.
In the real world, Rudie is desperately trying to get a hold of Jimmy and explains he's doing homework. Meanwhile, the girls press on to "level 1" which is themed with flowers. The flowers grab a hold of Baby, Angel, and Love, while the remaining girls beg for Rudie's assistance. Jimmy flies through the door in a computer chair with a joystick and begins playing. Jimmy explains the flowers they are fighting are basic enemies in the game, they need to find the big boss flower, which promptly unearths from the ground in front of the girls. The girls have to fend for themselves, Jimmy can only help by using his voice as guidance. Jimmy tells the girls to collect rainbow coins for powerups, guiding the near-powered Music to another coin. The boss spawns in front of her, but she bodyslams it's roots and is able to run past and collect the coin. Music has successfully leveled up! Using her new powers, Music destroys the flower boss, saving the rest of the girls and propelling them forward to level 2 - burgers!The burgers begin to charge towards the girls, and Music jumps ahead and uses her power up, which immediately fail. Jimmy mentions it's an obstacle based challenge. Angel comes up with the idea to use the buns as a platform to bounce off each burger.
A flashback begins, which shows G inside a flower shop. The girl (named "Saywha") that appeared outside the lounge is inside that flower shop, telling G she's ready to the join the band because she changed her voice (using autotune). G tells her she never promised she could join the band. Saywha says she would be a perfect addition but G believes HJ5 is perfect just the way it is. From that point forward, Saywha was planning revenge.
- Music: And we all picked except G...and Baby but she'll probably pick some random thing at the last second.
- Baby: Yup!
- Say Wah:Level one complete. (Annoying snigger).
- This is the first episode that has a rainbow in the title card.
- This is also the first title card to feature G.
- "Elfen Scrolls of Dunbar" is a reference to The Elder Scrolls series of video games.
- When Love starts talking in "Orcish" she says common phrases of the Orcs from World of Warcraft including "lok'tar ogar" which means "For the Horde".
- A lot of the sound effects from this episode are featured in old-school video games, including the classic music when Mario collects a powerup.
- When Baby announces she got her Enchantress wand to level 6 might be a reference to DOTA 2, which has an Enchantress as a playable character that uses a wand as an ability.
- Using the mallet to crash through enemies is reminiscent of gameplay in Donkey Kong.
- This is the first episode that Jimmy appears.
Totally Teen Genie • Angel's Flight • Music Baby • Wanted Audience • Game Over • Phony Ponies • Hello Puppy • G, This Is Awfully Deep • Baby's Birthday • Labor Of Love • Bad Boy and Little Girl • Yummy Bear Nado • Drums of Doom • Adventures in Housesitting • The Kawaiifier • Super Kawaii Sunday • Delectabubbles • Kablooey Chewie • Water Baby • Music Zoo • The Dotted Line • Life is But a Dream • Oh, G • Greenhouse • Control Plus Alt Plus Dimension • Angel Hair • Inside Job • Sea Monkeying Around • Trust Your Inner Uniphant • Starr Power • Zero G • Angel Food • Happy Slam • Retro Fiasco • HJ10 • Wave of Love • Sand and Deliver • Moods Meow (Episode) • Yeti in the House • The Young and the Reckless • Brodie on Board • Womzilla • Emotizoms • The Big Time • Un-Bear-able • Snowy the Frostman • Kawaii Cake Mix Up • Angel Fever • Candy Blossom Flower Festivel • Princess Power • Hark! A Quarkle! • The Ends of the Earth