Now, here is where I congratulate myself for finishing my first weekly review series. I made it, sure it was a little bumpy in the middle where I did two episode reviews instead of one, but I still did it and managed to do it all the way through. I aim to change it up next time for the next weekly review series. Anyway I will talk a bit more at the end. So, I will also give my score for the series as a whole. Without more distractions, time to get started for the final time in this RomCom Body Switching series.
As always with weekly reviews it will contain spoilers. However since this is the final episode I am doing a bit of what I normally do for a full series review. If you would like to know the thoughts I suggest skipping the plot section.
Well it is finally the next to last episode and before I begin all I want to do is say wow after this one. This was the first time I was so focused on the episode I hardly got any pictures. I am probably going to be talking a lot about my thoughts on this one more than plot. I also would like to state I have since edited last week’s review to give it a proper score since that “plot hole” was touched upon by some people as well as this episode itself on how the seventh witches power is not through kissing and can affect witches.
As always with weekly reviews this contains spoilers to the episode that is one reason why I wait a few days before posting.
Well, I decided to count down both the best girls and best dudes of this season, only as a separate post unlike the first one I did back when I first started to do these posts. Now, because it is me and it is apparent that I am Saber obsessed, and I cannot believe the words that are coming out of my mind typing this but, she did not make it on this list. The first reason being how she did not really have a role in this half of Unlimited Blade Works which is disappointing. Now with that said I have no idea who will be at the number 1 spot when it comes to this one being done.
Well, only two more episodes, and the path to the finally is starting to be clear as this episode continues right where the last one left off and the next one looking like it will do the same. The series, although in my eyes had its ups and downs, and well I am really making this sound like the final review, so I am just going to stop here and actually do the review now for the tenth episode.
Well nine episodes in three more to go, still have yet to try to continue with the source material. But anyway besides me just rambling here to pass time, and instead of doing that let’s begin.
As always, since I am just remembering, spoilers to the plot of this episode, that is one reason why I do not post these same day.
Besides the obvious fact that I am now pass the part where I am for the source material and am now in unknown territory this mystery is becoming more of a mystery for me. Anyway besides the inevitable me wanting to say Senpai notice me, I think I might have found one of my favorite witches in this episode. But who knows there are still two more witches to go that need to be found. Anyway time to get started.
I also should have mentioned this from the start, but spoilers to the plot of the episode.
Another episode, wait let me stop before my typical ramble for a second.
We didn’t start the fire it’s been burnin since the worlds been turnin.
Watch out, you might get what you’re after. Something, something, burnin down the house.
Alright now that I got those music references out of my system time to get started with talking about this episode. Before I begin I will complain on the fact that once again it felt a little rushed, with another witch solved and it is clear all witches will be present. So, hopefully I will cover the recently released OVA as well at the end of this, not as a review, just my thoughts, since I did enjoy the first one when that came out in December. So without further ado, hopefully the music references that make me seem a lot older than I really am are done for me and it is time to start.
Well, I am back, and I am just going to say that I am thinking of going back to the old format of it being one episode per review instead of two. I do like the convenience of two episodes, but the problem I have is not when it comes to writing this, but watching the show. Episode 6 aired a few days ago and episode 5 aired over a week ago. At the time of writing this, the day before I post it, I just watched episode 5 and have yet to watch episode six. Then again I want to write my thoughts on episode 5 before I forget when watching episode 6. Anyway, I hope by going back to just a single episode I can watch the show without waiting almost two weeks before watching the next two. So, episode 7, unless of course I have changed my mind will be a single episode review. So, without further ado, time to get started.