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Death Note Episode 21

The Third Kira, meanwhile, finds being Kira tedious, but notes that what he heard at the meeting might as well prove that Misa is the Second Kira, and that she must have forfeited her Death Note to escape L's clutches. Deciding to act on this, he plans to make Misa his wife, allowing him to get all the things he wants for in being Kira: money and power. Rem is disgusted at the thought of the girl she loves getting married, so when the third Kira leaves, she tears off a piece of the Death Note for her use.

Death Note Episode 21

Higuchi offers to take Misa out to eat, to which Misa replies that that's fine since if he tries to do perverted things to her, she can kill him, being the Second Kira. Higuchi questions this comment to himself, since she can't have any memories of being a Kira, then says that she is perfectly safe with him. Misa says that's fine, since she'll only truly exhibit her powers for the First Kira, intending to become his wife. Higuchi decides to act on this by testing her, and states out loud that he is Kira, then proposes to her. Misa asks him to have them prove it to each other, but to be safe, Higuchi asks Misa to go first. He stops on the side of the road on a bridge and has Misa kill Ginzo Kanabochi, a corrupt business president that happens to also bribe his employees; he can confirm this death by calling the company afterwards. Misa starts scribbling Ginzo's name on a paper, but since it isn't a piece of the Death Note, Rem does it for her. After Misa proves it, Higuchi slams her backwards and asks her to marry him, but Misa wants proof herself. Higuchi explains he can't until he's home, so Misa suggests to stop killing criminals on TV as proof instead. Higuchi agrees.

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The series began to be updated less frequently over time, with a year long gap between episodes 20 and 21, as 1KidsEntertainment and xJerry64x began to focus more on Pokemon The 'Bridged Series. DN:TAS was confirmed to be cancelled in the comments section of episode 20 of Pokemon 'Bridged (released August 26, 2014), with 1Kids citing lack of inspiration as one of the main reasons, as well as being relatively less enjoyable to write for, and having a smaller audience than Pokemon 'Bridged.

The heavenly battle royale has long since shifted into a Death Note-style battle of wits, which is the battle Kakehashi Mirai always wanted but may not be entirely ready for. He and Mukaido scored a violent victory against Metropoliman in earlier episodes, but now Mirai must fight on without Mukaido to aid him, and in Episode 21, he must make a decision once and for all.

Death Note - the ultimate "okay but who do I root for?" experience...well... until (spoiler alert) L dies. A battle between a book-wielding murderer and the best the police can find leads you down a winding road of, "damn that's smart". Regardless of who you're backing, the mind-boggling twists of wits between Kira and L (later N - I'm crying just writing that) will not disappoint. No matter which episode you land on there'll be an extremely well thought through, intense plot. Here are some of my absolute faves:

In the best episode known to MANKIND (okay maybe just me) L and Light go head to head in an epic battle of who is better at ... tennis. Meanwhile, the dire situation with the lack of police officers continues.The combo of both of their intelligent internal monologues with the intensity of the match makes it an episode that's probably IMPOSSIBLE to forget. Unfortunately, Light does win. Afterwards, at a cafe, there is more beautiful interrogation and mind play between Light and L. L admits he suspects Light of being Kira and yet invites him into the investigation anyway. Because that how L do.

Light and Misa are imprisoned as L's suspicions have become too itchy to ignore. In a 24/7 surveilled room, with no way to use the Death Note - Light stays, for a month, but the deaths of criminals continue. Light is so convincing of his innocence (probably due to his forgetting he was Kira) that even I was questioning whether he was the killer. Yet, his underappreciated, good cop, Dad puts Light and Misa through one final test - a seriously convincing fake execution! Unfortunately, (or fortunately for us and the show) Light escapes police suspicion but, of course, not L's.

The episode starts with the Death Note in the hands of one of the seven Boardman (all according to Light's previous plan). To infiltrate the company L comes up with a plan to send Misa in. While getting interviewed something unplanned happens - the surprisingly caring Shinigami, Rem, shows her who the present Kira is. The plan is cancelled by Light but Misa doesn't give up! She goes on a fake date with the Boardman and he confesses.The fact that in less than an episode she and the Shinigami could wrap up what the whole investigative team took episodes to even approach is awesome. I think it was a well-timed break from the usual, yet it stayed true to the tone of the series.

Light is now on the, much smaller, investigation team into his ummm, self. While still juggling the "responsibilities" of name writing by recruiting the sweet Misa in a manipulative plot against L.Then we get the "I might ship L and Light" scene as they dry each other after the rain. Which leaves you asking why don't they just date and stop the killing, man? And to drive us even more crazy yup, you guessed it, L dies. Just before he finally gets the notebook and cracks the case - boom! a Kira organised heart attack ensues. It was a heart-wrenching episode yet beautifully intricate and smart as always.

L is gone, it feels hopeless! But worry not his successor, N/Near is here, yaaay!! Light realises something has to be done to stop him so he sends Kira rioters to N's base. Surrounded by screaming protestors N and his team seem done for. Until the distraction I think everyone would want, money fell from the sky. N then asks the other agents in the investigation team to call and tell him who they think Kira is. One brave, brave investigator calls and explains his suspicions of Light. The investigation into their coworker (Light) reaches a roadblock. Light's Death Note can't be found because - dun dun duuun- it was passed on. Luckily this tense episode is lightened up with some humour between Misa and two agents. So we don't have our own heart attacks.

While Light continues his charade as part of the investigation team, N enters Japan. In an underhanded way, N pokes at Light's ego. When he already knows Light is Kira.The only unknown left: who is the other Kira? That becomes slightly complicated. Light switches it up and enrols a new "X-Kira" just as N figures the last one out. The short but epic scene of N's discovery is so impactful and fun. I actually really appreciate the increase of pace in this episode - it's the first time we start to feel that Light isn't completely in control.

The last episode ends on a cliffhanger, will Light's plan to kill Near work? Light obviously thinks it will as in the last seconds he proudly proclaims "I win, Near". In a huge sigh of relief, no one dies and, FINALLY, Light is exposed as Kira. Near reveals how he outsmarted Light in a satisfying final confrontation. Light, in one last desperate attempt to use the notebook, gets shot multiple times yet survives to run away. Only for his Shinigami to write his name in the Death Note. This beautiful and almost sad episode ends with Light dead on the stairs and unfortunately, Misa's death too. What an amazing series!! With all the twists and turns. I couldn't be happier at its existence and sadder at its end.

When it comes to anime, "Death Note" is pretty mean and lean. Clocking in at just 37 episodes across two major story arcs, it's not a show that wastes a lot of time. That's just one of the many reasons it's considered to be one of the greatest anime shows of all time. But even the best anime shows often have some skippable episodes, and "Death Note" is no different.

If you are unfamiliar with the concept the show is based on, it can't hurt to watch the first episode of "Death Note." The premiere diverges from the first manga chapter in how it sets everything up and how many people Light kills upfront, but it performs the same function in that it sets up the basics. You learn about the main character and discover his motivations, which appear noble to begin with.

At the end of the sixth episode, it's pretty easy to figure out what Light's next move is going to be. He knows he needs to kill Raye Penber's fiancée, Naomi Misora, so the information she has on Kira doesn't get to the police. Aside from the iconic final shot of Misora walking towards the symbol of her impending death, there's nothing memorable about "Overcast," the seventh episode.

Misora is an ex-FBI agent who is on to Light, so she gives him a fake name. He spends the rest of the episode trying to figure out how to get her real name. It's admittedly fun to see Light in a sticky situation, but "Overcast" really drags this tension out to the point where Light's internal monologue becomes annoying. Eventually, he lies to her about working for L, and Misora inexplicably buys it, giving Light her real name and sealing her fate. The entire episode is interspersed with scenes of L and the detectives, which don't do a whole lot besides setting up the episodes that follow.

Redditor u/energeeon cited Episode 7 as the one that made them want to stop watching "Death Note," writing that they found it unbelievable that Naomi could be so easily outsmarted by Light. Most of the fans in the comments admitted that this was a moment where Light simply got lucky, and sometimes that has to happen for the story to move forward. Like the first episode, "Overcast" isn't 100% filler, but all you need to know is that Light kills Raye Penber's fiancée in questionable circumstances. Armed with that info, you can go ahead and skip right to Episode 8, in which L starts to close in on Light. 041b061a72


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