Before this episode, I didn’t put a whole lot of thought into what Rachel’s deal was. I assumed something had happened in the very brief time her and Bam had been apart and that was keeping her from reconnecting with him. But after watching this episode I’m more inclined to think that maybe Rachel just wasn’t ever the person Bam thought she was.
While I have really enjoyed the look and style of this show right from shot #1, I kind of feel like Shinra’s story as the protagonist has become buried into the mounds of everything else going on in this world of fantasy inspired fire fighters and flaming demons.
This time, we mercifully see an end to the fight with Cumber, and the first reappearance of Goku’s full Ultra Instinct ability since the fight against Jiren. Although I’m not 100% certain that the people slapping this show together know that Ultra Instinct isn’t just Super Saiyan White. Although it might as well be.
As the episode begins, the embodiment of the self-insert character; Fu is fighting off both Xeno Goku and Vegeta in their Super Saiyan 4 forms. The battle is short lived though, as Cumber is still angry though and cock block’s Fu’s fight.