In this episode, the cast is quite small (seriously, it’s like half the cast and crew went on holiday) and we don’t get many scenes of Glory gameplay but there is a big bonus for all the Yang Yang fans watching….
Autumn is traditionally the best season for Anime we have lots of old favourites returning but also some shows that look really interesting and a little bit strange
Many old favourites return in this season. Autumn/Fall 2019 sees the return of Radiant, Psycho Pass, Food Wars, Seven Deadly Sins and of course Sword Art Online. Lots to watch!
The wonderful Maggie Jiang is taught how to be a good eSports Team Manager from an unlikely teacher. Liu Qiu Shi (who played Xu Boyuan) and Jiang Shuying (aka Maggie Jiang who played Chen Guo) were terrific and saved a rather mediocre episode!
I think this is going to be the best comic book movie for years. It won’t outgross ‘Endgame’ by any means, but it will give some of us jaded ‘sick-o-the-same-ol’-comic-book-crap’ fans something to keep us interested and stop Marvel from feeling that they can just ‘dial-it-in’
Now that Ye Xiu had his modified weapon and clarified the situation with Jiashi, he felt free to begin the creation of a new Glory fighting/raiding team. This episode was about starting that process.
Chen Guo needed to learn how to communicate with Ye Xiu now that she knows his identity. There were some painful reminiscences of the relationship between his old friends that started Jiashi and a resulting confrontation.
Ivanova avoids putting a bag over an alien diplomats head while having sex with him. Warning: There is no gratuitous sex in this episode – but there IS some boom shackalacka!
Transcript taken by Ryan Bechtel
Tilarna is a stranger is a strange land and learning the hard way about how her relationships are influenced by being a cop and how they change if she doesn’t follow some basic (but not necessarily obvious) rules.
This episode deals with the aftermath of the realisation by Chen Guo that Ye Xiu is actually Ye Qui – the Master. Also the actor who plays Chang Xian gives a great performance – and fun too!