Aiming for the LINE Creators Stamp Award! is the third video uploaded on A.I.Channel.
Kizuna Ai apologizes for various hypothetical mistakes.
Kizuna Ai tells the viewer that the date of the video, December 5, is the LINE Creators Stamp 2016 Awards announcement day. After talking about LINE stamps a bit, Ai decides to make some stamps and aim for (next year's) awards.
Ai is set on depicting herself on the stamp, but is not sure what the theme of the stamp will be. She notes that many of the stamp award nominees depict animal characters, and ponders if she should wear an animal costume. She then marvels over some of the nominees, including a swearing bear and a one-eyelid bunny, and decides to use them as a reference for her stamp.
She then declares the theme of her stamp: the "Ai-chan is cute so you'll definitely forgive me" stamp. Noting that you can make stamps with moving pictures, she opts to make something with a video recorder. She sets up five scenarios, level 1 to level 5, indicating increasingly bigger mistakes Ai has to be forgiven for.
- Level 1 depicts Ai being late in a meeting with a friend. In it, she claims that she was late because she got scouted by a celebrity.
- Level 2 depicts Ai apologizing for cheating with someone else. She claims that the person she's cheating with is just a friend.
- Level 3 depicts Ai being scolded by her senior and junior. Ai argues with her imaginary coworkers, saying that since they said "If you don't want to do it, then just go home", she went home.
- Level 4 depicts Ai messing something up at work, causing lots of damage. She appeals to her boss, asking them to just make an excuse.
- Level 5 depicts Ai after she arbitrarily ate the pudding in the fridge. The BGM changes to a more tense tone as Ai profusely apologizes for eating the pudding, performing a dogeza pose and pleadingly looking at the viewer.
The music reverts to a cheery tone as Ai asks for more requests for poses, words, and things to be forgiven for in the comments. She tells toe viewer to use her stamps if they get released.