Approaching the surrealism of its predecessor, 'Quirky Guys and Gals' (Sabi Otoko, Sabi Onna) ties together four stories of people searching for a spark in their lives. Yosuke Fujita leads off with "Cheer Girls", an entertaining tale of a woman whose passion is to lead cheers-though not for sports teams. Rather, she finds common people and creates anthems to encourage them in everyday life. Tomoko Matsunashi's "Boy? Meets Girl", is a Tootsie remake in a high-school setting. Mipo O's "Claim Night" sees the 30-something Mayuko return home to find the electricity in her apartment turned off, yet when she finally gets a claim adjuster to come over, their over-the-top confrontation gives rise to a wildly comedic situation. Lastly, Gen Sekiguchi (Survive Style 5+) offers up "The House Full of 'Abandoned' Businessmen" a quaint tale of a housewife who collects out-of-work salarymen to try and give them a fresh start.