Free! has reached the heart of this season’s drama with Haruka’s career dilemma. It’s a difficult struggle to watch, as swim-freak Haruka feels confused and unsure about his place in the water for the first time.
Teen Wolf‘s wrap up of the Benefactor storyline is – in a word – convoluted. There are so many plot holes surrounding the revelation of the Benefactor and their method of operation that thinking about it too hard is just frustrating.
The Legend of Korra wraps up its best season yet with a gripping, bittersweet finale that neither shies away from consequences, nor rushes an ending to it’s intricate plot. It’s stunningly animated and emotionally heavy, just as an Avatar finale should be.
The game is officially on. Last weeks airport chess game played out this episode, with Nine, Twelve, and Lisa racing to stop their new-old nemesis Five from detonating a bomb and pinning it on them.
This week’s Free! steps back a bit from the dramatic turnings of the plot and does some light character introspection. While it doesn’t exactly shine a deeply profound light on its characters, it does provide a nice break from the steady build-up from the last few episodes.
Teen Wolf has finally revealed the identity of the Benefactor.
The Legend of Korra has reached it’s finale, with “Ultimatum” setting up the final conflict.
Sailor Moon Crystal continues it’s one-chapter-per-episode format with “Masquerade Dance Party”, with one pretty major change.
Zankyou no Terror seems to have found it’s true antagonist with Five. While her motives may be just, her ways of going about it hint at a character just as morally questionable as Nine and Twelve, if not more so.
Free! Eternal Summer continues it’s transition into more serious territory when some exciting opportunities for Rin and Haruka pop up.