While alone in the Sanzenin Mansion, Nagi attempts to make a cup of tea in the kitchen. This is not present in the manga.
As Hayate and Maria ride the elevator, the time on the Hakuo clock tower is shown to be 1:00. In the manga, it was 4:30.
After having fallen on top of her, Hayate tells Maria to calm down and asks for her to listen to him. This is absent in this episode.
After Hinagiku asked if the occupants in the elevator where alright, Hayate's thoughts to himself of how he couldn't tell Maria that he was staying in Hinagiku's house is absent in this episode.
Before closing the elevator door on Hinagiku, Hayate's line of "how the elevator went all the way to the top, I came up short... what a fall" is absent in this episode.
As Hinagiku was yelling at Hayate, the Hakuo clock tower is shown to be 2:00. In the manga, it was 4:56.
Afterwards, Hayate explaining to Maria the punch line to his pun on the elevator is also absent in this episode.
After having returned to the Sanzenin Mansion, Maria looks at the aftermath of what Nagi had done earlier and wonders how she was able to do so much damage to the kitchen in three hours. This is not present in this episode.
Upon returning to the Katsura residence, Mrs. Katsura tells Hayate that she would be working the night shift and asks him to make Hinagiku's dinner. This is absent in this episode.
After having run into each other downtown, Hayate asks Hinagiku what her least favorite foods where, to which she reveal to him that she hated pickled plums and anything that was sour. This is absent in this episode.
While shopping in the supermarket, Hinagiku asks Hayate if they where going to be alone for the night, to which he tells her that her sister was supposed to be there before noting that there weren't many people who would have the courage to do something to Hinagiku and if he were to try something he would probably get beaten up with a wooden sword. This is absent in this episode.
As Hayate and Hinagiku head toward the checkout, a bunch of annoyed customers stare at them for there "friendly" high school conversation. In the manga, it was an annoyed supermarket employee who stared at them.
As they prepared dinner, Hinagiku tells Hayate that each of them would make a dish for that night. Hayate interprets this as a "cooking battle" between the two of them. This is absent in this episode.
While the two of them are chopping vegetables, eight annoyed pigeons outside the window stare at Hayate and Hinagiku for acting like a newlywed couple. In the manga, there was only one pigeon staring at them.
After Hayate and Hinagiku realize that Yukiji wasn't going to show up for dinner, Yukiji is shown to be drinking alcohol at a yakitori stand. In the manga, she was playing a game of mahjong with Himuro, Shiori and Sonia.
After having accidently touched each other's hands, Hinagiku immediately breaks the tension between Hayate by asking him if he wanted to take a bath. In the manga, after they had finished dinner, Hayate tries to break the tension by awkwardly asking her if she had ever watched an anime or read a manga and found that she couldn't agree with the ending, which lead to her asking him if he wanted to take a bath.
Additionally, the clock behind them reads 8:04. In the manga, it was 7:30.
While asking Hayate if he wanted to take a bath, Hinagiku is shown to be taking off her apron. In the manga, she didn't.
At the Sanzenin Mansion, Maria brings Nagi a cup of tea and reflects on the damage Nagi had done to the kitchen. This is not present in the manga.
After Hinagiku stormed out of her house to buy ice cream, Hayate's thoughts to himself about how she was avoiding something is absent in this episode.
After Hinagiku had bought ice cream, the name of the convenience store she left is called "Nine Ball". In the manga it was "Rawson".
Upon bringing a stray kitten back to the Katsura residence, Hinagiku tells Hayate that she and Ayumu found the kitten alone crying in the street and tells him that it was the first time she had brought a kitten home and asks him what to do. This is absent in this episode.
Additionally, Ayumu telling Hayate that she was picked up and brought to the Katsura residence is also absent in this episode.
After Ayumu had suggested that they should feed the kitten, Hinagiku contemplates on giving the kitten milk to which Hayate informs her that milk would upset its stomach and it needed special milk. This is absent in this episode.
After Hayate left to buy cat supplies from a pet store, Hinagiku asks Ayumu why she ruined that chance she gave her to which the latter says that she wasn't mentally prepared. In the manga, Ayumu notes to Hinagiku that Hayate was dependable, to which Hinagiku reveals to her that Hayate didn't have any money.
While on his errand, Hayate goes to Wataru for a loan, who then accompanies him to the pet store to buy supplies. This is absent in this episode.
Upon returning to the Katsura residence, Hayate is shown to be carrying a small paper bag. In the manga he was carrying a large plastic bag.
After Hinagiku called Ayumu by her fist name, Ayumu is surprised that Hinagiku was able to remember her name as she had only said it once around her. This is not present in this episode.
As Nagi talks to Maria about Hayate returning to the mansion, the moon outside is shown to be a full moon. In the manga, it was a crescent moon.
As Hayate, Hinagiku and Ayumu feed the stray kitten late at night, Ayumu is shown to have her hair down. In the manga, her hair was in pigtails.