The Dotted Line is episode 11a of season 1 of Kuu Kuu Harajuku. It originally aired on November 12, 2016.
The girls are offered a contract with Monotone Records, which includes radio play, worldwide exposure, and guaranteed success, but is this deal too good to be true?
Music reveals she lost the game board, and Angel complains that they won't know who won. G tells them to forget about the game and try to find a way out of here and Rudie says maybe he could use his negotiating skills. Another man who is in a jail cell tells them to escape they have to bring the contract to Monotone and sign on the dotted line. He introduces himself as "Thrash" and the various other music acts who are being held hostage in the jail cell. G asks what happens if they sign the contract, and Thrash tells them they get sent to the brainwashing room. The others tell them they'll be reprogrammed to join the Monotone collective and earn fame and fortune, but lose their individuality. If they don't sign, they'll be trapped down their forever.
Monotone appears on a drop-down monitorand gives everyone one last chance to sign the contract. Rudie tells him no and begins to tell him off when he looks over and sees G about to sign the contract. She says if it's the only way out of there, then that's what they must do. The girls sign and get taken out of the jail cell and thrown into the brainwashing room. Everyone in the jail area are able to see the progress of it as it's happening.
- This is the first title card to feature all members of HJ5
- This is the third time Angel appears on a title card.
- This is the eighth time Baby appears on a title card.
- This is the fifth time G appears on a title card.
- This is the second time Love appears on a title card.
- This is the fifth time Music appeared on a title card.
- When HJ5 enters the hall of fame there are various pictures of past and present Monotone Record stars. One of them shows four guys with long hair, each in a different block, similar to "The Beatles".
- The episode's name refers to designated areas on a contract or other legal document where the signing party has to provide their signature.
- Monotone is almost resemble to Venjix.
- We learn that Baby is afraid of the dark.
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
Training Day • Multi Tasking • Hot Rod • Over and Out • Stage Magic • The Sixth Wheel • Trash Talk • ITeeth • Spies Like Spyke • The Fabulous Baron von Melody • Game Show Offs • Monster Mash • You Are What You Eat • Supersonic HJ5 • Tizzie Lizzie • Caught in the Web • 57 Channels (and Nothin' On) • Getting Kinda Late with Mauve Madison • Ladybug Power • Wrestle Pop • Angel Changel • Coulda Been • Catnapped • Roundabout Roundup • Meerkatz • Pandamonium • Kawaii Fidelity • Rocky Road • This Place Is a Zoo • Wacky Wednesday • Dream Escape • The Kimberlys • Cecil G. DeMille • Sky High Kawaii • And the Winner Is... • The Trouble with Trilbys • Studio No-No • The Gig is Up