Friday, March 25, 2016

WEEABOO SHOGUN PRESENTS: Special Rescue Police Winspector Episode #48

The end is near... will Fire survive? Well, of course he will, he's in Solbrain.
An unprecedented opportunity for Winspector to operate on a global scale arrives, as the team receives an offer from the ICPO in France. But something is happening to Ryoma. Bizarre headaches and hallucinations are causing him to doubt himself. To make matters worse, there's the questions of his sister, Yuko, being left all alone, and what Tokyo will do without Winspector. As each of the team members and those closest to them reflect upon their time with Winspector, Ryoma's greatest personal crisis yet awaits. Will Winspector really be dispatched overseas? Or is this The Fall of the Rescue Police?

The exciting two-part conclusion of Special Rescue Police Winspector begins!

I bet our viewers wrote them!
It's beginning. Are you ready? Manly tears this episode as everyone reflects on their experiences with Winspector, set to music. There are a few clip-show elements that highlight some of the greatest moments for each character. We also get to (at last) see where Ryoma lives -- a very small apartment for an officer of his status. We also learn Ryoma and Yuko's backstory, get a touching scene at the grave of their parents, and get a curtain call of all of the supporting characters to resolve plot lines that have been out there since episode 1. Inspector Rokkaku's scene was particularly heartbreaking, I thought. They were all fantastic.

I... I'm not crying, I... *sniffle* I just have something in my eye.
Only one more episode left, my friends! Stay tuned!

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  1. This one was very fun to watch. I could feel how much work they put into writing the episode. Though, That might just be me. I do have a love for two-parters.

    1. I know exactly what you mean. It's always sad to see friends have to leave. You could tell that it was both the characters in the show, and the people in real life who worked on the show who would be sad to see Winspector go.