Kaguya doesn’t hide behind her Knights.
So Xing-ke is really a lolicon for Tianzi. The Chinese loli was to get married off as a political hostage to the (very useless plan looking) First Prince of Britannia whose name was only mentioned once while Schneizel’s name was chanted over and over again. It doesn’t take much effort to see who’s the real leader among the Britannians here.
The Chinese loli invited her best friend, the Japan loli to her wedding dinner (eh, wait. I’ve always thought the wedding dinner happens after the wedding, not the night before) and she had her unofficial husband and his mistress come along with her. It would have been an interesting harem troupe of C.C. had tagged along. But Kaguya surprised me by actually being interesting and witty for once. The way she brushed off Suzaku was nothing short of awesome with that innocent look of hers.
I was expecting a lot from the chess game between Zero and Schneizel, but the game ended up pretty boring. And the fact that Lelouch ended up being played by Schneizel. It was much more interesting watching Nina going berserk trying to get Zero and I’ve been wishing her dead since the first season.
I can sense the trainwreck coming up. Zero wanting to kidnap Tianzi is one thing, but to point a gun at a helpless child in front of the man who saved your ass earlier as hostage while laughing maniacally is low even for Lelouch. Oh yes, it’s definitely getting interesting now. Everything up to now has been rather mild so if this is what it takes for Code Geass to surpass it’s epic legend of the Massacre Princess, then let the trainwreck begin!
But the best part of the episode was right at the very end… The one many of us have been waiting for…
Yes, we’ve been looking forward to you, Orange-kun.
The Return of Orange-kun in an Orange mask!
All Hail Britannia!
Oh, and if anyone is still wondering why the Eunuch’s talk funny, it’s because they have nothing down there.
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