|Dan's a screwball, but at least he was amusing...|
The Apocalypse Virus outbreak that Segai triggered last week continues to wreak havoc among both the city and the non-Antibody GHQ members, with even Gai suffering from its effects. In the confusion, Daryl plays his part in Antibody's coup, killing his father, GHQ's supreme commander, and his mistress; which leaves Keido Shuichiro, Antibody's chief, as the highest ranking officer.
|Lesson to all the guys: don't blatantly cheat in front of your kids, especially when they're crazy.|
|Someone send this to Don Boyage. THIS is how you "make an exit worthy of a man".|
|Command truck wrecked. Survivors: 2|
|Between Inori and Hare, Fyu-Neru seems like a pretty popular accessory.|
|Hey everyone, help me save the terrorists because they believed in me!|
|And now we're adding Macross/FFX-2 elements|
|Arisa's void can vaporize AA misiles, but buckles against a rocket?|
|While Hare's fixes bridges...|
|...the class rep gives him a scouter...|
|... Daryl loses yet another endlave to Yahiro's scissors...|
|And Shu runs up the side of a building.|
|Final boss dungeon?|
The only major complaint that I have about this episode is Shu's piss-poor rationale for helping the Undertakers. "Because they believed in me" might be something that works in Gurren Lagann, but in what world is "hey guys, help me save the terrorists that the news said just unleased a bioterror attack because they believed in me" considered a valid reason?
And as a final random note, Yuu's appearance, or more specifically, his eyebrows, have spawned a quite amusing (if somewhat unexpected) crossover: