Tim’s back to join Carrie and Justin for a discussion of some of the new shows this season, including Sweetness & Lightning, as well as Days (though the amount of Days involved is a subject for debate, apparently). Plus, the Toast Hosts discuss what YOU PEOPLE wanted as well as give a run-down of the last Baltimore-held Otakon!
With Sonozaki threatening to reinstate the Kizna system on a massive scale, encompassing all of Sugomori City, the previous Kiznaivers find themselves embroiled in a new conflict beyond any experience they’ve shared from the summer. With the entire city at stake now, what will the team do to prevent all of Sugomori from becoming connected with a large scale Kizna?
Now that Katushira knows the truth of the friends he had before, Urushi ends their appointment and leads him, Yoshiharu, and Nico (aka my personal DREAM TEAM) back out to the city. Unlike previous revelations, however, Katsuhira seems lost in thought about something, but not before asking if it would be okay to see his old friends again in the future. What is it that Katsuhira is thinking about, and what will he do about this thoughts?
After the events of episode 9, the team has constantly avoided each other over the summer in order to be devoid of any more pain. With the crew’s deadline coming up, the Kiznaivers officially dissolve into non-affiliates, no longer able to feel each others’ pain or hear each others’ thoughts. With the experiment officially being over for the teens, why is there a lingering sense of unease felt by so many of them?
After connecting the dots that episode 8 left behind, Katsuhira and Sonozaki finally find themselves alone, and Katsuhira has a number of questions for her. Chidori and the rest of the Kiznaivers are stranded behind, with Chidori taking a majority of the emotional brunt of Katushira’s confrontation of Sonozaki. What new problems await them with the school advisors’ plans being set in full motion?
With the crew temporarily rescuing Maki from her past, the Kizna project continues on with the leaders coming together to decide how to next approach the status of the project. The teachers seem concerned with approaching the project a particular way, but how will that affect the Kiznaivers now that their emotions are connected? Beware: massive spoilers abound.
Following the developments of Episode 6, our cast find themselves trying to figure out exactly what happened with Maki and somehow wind up embroiled in a situation deeper than they initially expected. Yuta seems to have some new reading material, but what does it have to do with everything pertaining to Maki and the Kiznaivers? And why does Nico have no friends?
Note: for once, I’m not using a quote from Nico! The team is recovering from their training camp endeavor back at home, and Kacchon is hosting most of the crew at his place. Trying to come up with a plan to handle future events, the team hangs out and discusses recent newfound abilities such as the connection to each other’s hearts. What could happen now?
The Kiznaivers are all at camp! With Sonozaki tagging along, what are the plans of the Kizna Committee? Why is Chidori kind of mad at Tenga? Is Yoshiharu gonna end up nearly killing the hell out of Katsuhira? Episode 5 brings a lot of new to the team, and not all of it is expected!
The Kiznaivers are all together now, but they still have no plan on how to deal with the fact that they all experience pain together and no mission has been given to them after finding Yoshiharu. Attempting to get together and figure out how to go about life, what awaits the team and what’s Sonozaki’s true role in their end goals?