CC joins a motorcycle gang of delinquents together with the time traveling protagonist of Tokyo Revengers who is trying to save the life of his ex-girlfriend. Meanwhile, John has an axe to grind with the fifth season of My Hero Academia, so he and his co-host might or might not butt heads in this episode.
CC joins a weird school trip of high school students who are trapped in a labyrinth of surreal worlds and their own emotional baggage in Sonny Boy. After that, the two hosts go sightseeing in an alternate history version of 19th century steampunk Paris, which is populated with humans and vampires alike, to unearth the mysteries of The Case Study of Vanitas.
John and CC kick off the new season of Anime by talking about a bunch of interesting premieres in the Sneak Peek. Then they wrap up the episode with a review of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid S and discuss how the show successfully expands on its world and characters.
In this season finale, the hosts fire off a couple of sonic speed reviews in The Quick and the Dead and then go in-depth on the final season of Fruits Basket. Last but not least, they choose their winners for the Best of the Season award.
CC joins up with the spearhead squadron from 86 to battle autonomous AI legions and racism. After that he and John jump into a time machine to help an artificial songstress change the course of history in Vivy -Fluorite Eye’s Song-.
The hosts jump into the cockpits of their giant mechs and review two shows that have some commonalities with the super robot classic Gurren Lagann in more ways than one. First they join Back Arrow in his quest to go beyond the walls of his world and after that they help the merry crew of SSSS.Dynazenon to move past their regrets and fight some Kaiju.
CC returns to the world of Megaloboxing and details the many facets of Nomad’s fulfilling character work. After that, the two hosts witness the girls from Franchouchou clawing their way back to success in Zombie Land Saga Revenge.
Wrapping up the shows from Winter 2021, John and CC tackle the stellar second outing of BEASTARS, highlight their choices for Best Anime of the Season and quickly explain why the end of The Promised Neverland is a blazing dumpster fire.