We kick off this episode with a few important announcements and a public apology for our April Fool’s antics. Be sure to listen to the first part of the show if you’ve been having trouble downloading the podcast from iTunes. We also discuss some changes to the rewards offered to our Patreon supporters and remind the listeners that this is an explicit podcast on a block targeting mature viewers and why we wont self-censor discussions, especially when mature content comes up during Toonami programming.
This week’s topic is whether or not Toonami should go back having a late night encore but we end up discussing the potential for marathons and movies as well.
During our SAO, KLK and InuYasha recaps we discuss Gamgori’s unique fighting style, the first major visuals edits done to KILL la KILL, Sesshomaru getting a sword with an incredibly uninspired name, how everyone gets a good upgrade in the final stretch except Miroku, fan-disservice in Sword Art Online and Sinon kicking just as much ass as she showed off herself.
Lastly we spend about twenty minutes answering some listener mail that has recently piled up.
00:00 – Intro / Announcements
15:18 – KILL la KILL Recap
24:43 – Sword Art Online II Recap
44:17 – Toonami News
1:05:27 – InuYasha The Final Act Recap
1:17:26 – This Week on Toonami
1:24:35 – Topic: Should Toonami Bring Back the Late Night Encore?
1:39:34 – Listener Mail
1:59:43 – Sign-Off
“Before My Body is Dry” by Mika Kobayashi
“Kimi ga Inai Mirai” by Do as Infinity
“Ignite” by Eir Aoi
“Flyers” by BRADIO
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