(Be a man) You must be swift as a coarsing river
(Be a man) With all the force of a great typhoon
(Be a man) With all the strength of a raging fire
Mysterious as the dark side of the moon
Man I can’t believe I made a Mulan reference… 😀
I sure hope that Shu doesn’t go all world-ending mode, because I might have to end up taking back every snide crack I ever said about him.
The more I watch this show, the less it looks to me that it’s branching away from Code Geass, which is good. Anyway, concerning this episode, this one was another satisfying episode. With Shu finally joining Funeral Parlor, the plot can get moving, and even more so with all these developments that occured. It seemed that all of what Inori said to Shu, about her belonging to him was all set up by Gai and may not be Inori’s true feeling, which is kinda sad. Speaking of which, I get the feeling that she might be a relative (Or maybe a clone) of someone Gai used to know. Also we got to know about Ayase’s some more, and to me she became more than a cross between Kallen and Nunnally (both Code Geass characters). Heck, she might be yet another tsundere I’m starting to like. I actually do admire the fact that he’s capable defending herself outside of the cockpit.
And what with the GHQ’s new Kill Sat, things are really starting to heat up now.