John and CC return to the red carpet and discuss the annual Crunchyroll Anime Awards. After that John reviews the superpowered cat & mouse nail biter Talentless Nana, followed by both hosts strolling down the neon lit streets of Kansai together with the cyberpunk criminals from Akudama Drive.
The hosts go their separate ways in this episode, with John reviewing the whimsical journey (albeit with a dark edge) of the Wandering Witch Elaina and CC spiking the 4th season of Haikyu into the court.
John and CC try to start off 2021 the right way and talk about all the hot, cold and lukewarm premieres of Winter Season in the Sneak Peek. After that they gush relentlessly about the third season of one of their favorites: Golden Kamuy.
The gang shoots the wretched year of 2020 into the sun by loading its rocket with the final two reviews from Summer. First, CC tackles the basketball series Ahiru no Sora, which makes up for lacking production values with potent character development. After that, the hosts return to the cursed household of the Soma family, to discuss the second season of Fruits Basket and gush about its great heart-wrenching drama and stunning plot revelations. And of course, the Chop ‘n’ Drop and Best of the Season are present in this season finale as well.
CC pretends to be a critic and reviews the con comedy Great Pretender to explain why this almost 10/10 show didn’t stick the landing. After that, the hosts return to the cursed virtual landscapes of Sword Art Online and fight their way through the avalanche of nonsense that is War of Underworld.
John dives back into the Raildex franchise and explains why A Certain Scientific Railgun T was a breath of fresh air, following the disappointing third season of A Certain Magical Index. After that, CC slips into his trenchcoat and strolls through the noir cityscape of No Guns Life, to find out if this slow burn of a cyberpunk detective story is worth a watch. Last but not least, the gang tackles the final two seasons of Food Wars and discuss if one of their favorite shonen series stuck the landing.
CC unleashes his post-apocalyptic side and reviews the Attack-on-Titan-like (with a twist) Deca-Dence. After that, John takes over the wheel and both hosts discuss the antics of the whacky racers from Appare-Ranman!
The crew starts the new season as usual, by giving you their impressions on all the fresh new fall premieres in the Sneak Peek. After that they get into the ring with the fighters from The God of High School and explain why this visually stunning but shallow nonsense is well worth a watch.
John & CC wrap up this short season by reviewing Arte, a series about a young woman in 16th century Italy, trying to walk her own path as a painter. As usual they also discuss the shows they stopped watching in the Chop ‘n’ Drop and pick their personal favorite in Best of the Season.