Tsukasa: "Look at me! I only wear brand names and what do you wear?"
Tsukushi: "If you want to know, I'm proud to be a no-brand girl. I don't need brand names to give myself a sense of worth."
— Tsukushi's 'no-brand girl' speech
"No Brand Girl!" (ノーブランドの女！,Nōburando no on'na!) is the second episode of the Boys Over Flowers anime that aired on September 15, 1996. It was followed by the third episode of the series, "I Won't be Hurt!".
Tsukushi Makino continues to go to Eitoku Academy, despite the previous events with the F4. The students make a game out of saying "Good Morning" to Tsukushi without the F4 knowing, which she is partially offended by. Makiko Endo attempts to speak to her, but Tsukushi hands her the voice recorder.
After class, Tsukushi goes looking for Rui Hanazawa, who she finds playing the violin near the stairwell. Tsukushi thanks him for saving her, although he appears bothered by her presence. She does not seem to mind his harsh words. Makiko gives her the voice recorder with a new message.
On the way home, a group of men grab Tsukushi and push her into a car. The men apparently work for Tsukasa Domyoji, and they appear to use chloroform to knock her out. She is taken to Tsukasa's house, where his a group of professionals massage, dress, and fix her and makeup. Tsukasa proposes a deal that she can be around him as long as no one else is. Tsukushi angrily rejects his offer, saying that she is a "no-brand" person. She once again reminds him of his sister. Outside the gate, Tsukushi runs into Rui, who actually smiles at something she says.
Someone spreads lies about Tsukushi at school the next day. She assumes the F4 wrote the lies and yells at Tsukasa that she is in fact a virgin. He takes that as a sign that she likes him. Yuriko Asai, Minako Yamano, and Erika Ayuhara erase the lies on the blackboard and invite Tsukushi to a party. They claim the party is "casual", however it appears otherwise when she arrives.