Noragami continues to deliver right on schedule.
thinks he's followed Hiyori into the bath, and learns that was actually her father) but sadness and menace underlies Yuki's character at every moment. We see more evidence that even be Reglia standards he's not normal - his "Borderline" ability shocks Yato - but also that he's quite poor at controlling his impulses. This manifests both when Hiyori invites him to sleep with her (which in his defense, she should have known better than to do) and when she takes him shopping and the thinks nothing of petty theft. The story behind Yuki's demise has yet to be told, and I suspect it's going to be a harsh one (this kid is really afraid of the dark)when it is.
ghost of a little girl who's been killed by a hit-and-run driver while waiting for her mother. Here's yet another really grim Noragami plotline - the girl has no idea what's happened, and Yuki doesn't want to be the one to tell her. And when he lets the truth slip, she flees from him and ends up getting possessed by a phantom in the process. It's only Yato's arrival in the nick of time (as usual) that ends up saving Yukine himself, but all he can do for the girl is to eliminate her - which at least saves her soul from eternal damnation. As happy endings go, it's not much.