In one episode, the sufferers seek to contact a the 'Hell-girl' because they are planning to torture the offender/s to death and their ordeal is too much for them to withstand. The Hell-girl, however, does not answer and the sufferers 'faint' at the realization that they have to go to hell to do that for themselves. The episode ends on a sad note as the sufferers watch the offender/s being released from their prison (somehow) and send them on their merry way. Shame on you, Hell-girl! It would have been all fun and games if you had just dropped the dime on the offender/s and saved the sufferers the trouble. But, alas, the 'Hell-girl' does not answer their prayer and they have to make their own way to hell.
Legend of the Vortex: One of the ugliest girls in the world is obsessed with a big fat man. She almost dies when she finally confronts him and he realizes that she wants him to ravish her. He is also a super-rich business man who has money and power. The girl is too obsessed with getting what she wants to see him for the good. She contacts the police, warns him that she will expose him and to get ready. They arrive at his mansion, but the man is nowhere to be found. The cops think the girl is nuts and the man is missing. So they split up and begin an investigation. The cops find out the man is staying at his yacht. They storm it and find the girl dead. It turns out that the girl was obsessed with this man all along and her death was staged to get the cops to leave her alone and get the man. She was on her way to the man's yacht when she died. The man is a powerful man, so she planned the whole thing to get what she wanted. While the man lives in the same city as the girl, he has not been bothered by her. After all, she never had any physical proof of who he was and how she got to him.
The mystery gets solved when the police find out that the girl's mother was a high ranking cop. She was secretly investigating the man and when the girl found out she was going to expose him, she decided to take him down. Only she was killed. She was killed by the man that she had been hunting for all along. So the police finally arrest the man.
Soon a girl (who's in charge of the comic book store) is found dead. It turns out that the Crimson Avenger has been playing a joke on the Avengers all along. He's only pretending to be the Crimson Avenger and is actually the undercover Professor Poopypants, who is actually a goblin (and thus evil).
When a priest is murdered by his congregation, the priest's daughter (who always gets her own death scenes) is the prime suspect and has to be watched constantly by the police. After the de facto 'Hell-girl' takes the girl and her father on a date, the girl is no longer a suspect. She's dragged off by the Devil. The priest is introduced to the concept of 'Hell-wife' (wife of the devil). The priest tells his daughter that the devil can't marry her but must always take her virginity, so when he takes her on a date with 'Hell-wife' and places a'special move' on her, she asks if she can sleep with him instead. Now it's the devil's turn to tell her the truth. She jumps at the chance but then the police are waiting at the house. She escapes by running out the door in the middle of the'special move' and the devil tells the police she was kidnapped. The detective in the first episode (who's been 'badly hit' by the nun in the first episode) starts wanting to know what this 'Hell-wife' is like, so they go and see her together, and that's it. There's no need to keep watching her at all. 827ec27edc