The general impression I got was all the cats in the area got screwed over, since they made no attempt to help out any survivors. And the city could be seen from their farm, so...
Panthro and Cheetara were attempting to teach them survival skills based entirely on the notion that they hadn't really endured true hardship or had to make a really difficult choice in their lives simply because they were children. There wasn't a lesson learned at the end of the episode because the whole thing was about teaching young cats old tricks.
it was cute, enjoyable, and did some character building. i'm satisfied.
Decent ep. Not great, but decent.Spoiler:
Thunderkittens subplot took way too much of the screen time >_> Tho I did enjoy the Sly Cooper reference with Tookitt and the cane.
I hope Pumyra maintains a presence on the show and doesn't just "stay behind" after they liberate the Thundarians from the Plundarr mines.
http://www.animeflavor.com/index.php?q=node/26456 for anyone else who needs. I;m gonna go watch it now
Originally Posted by ValianttFriend Code~4511-0806-1418
Well, the show only has like 5 episodes left, it only makes sense if its a big ongoing set of cliffhangers leading to the finale from here.
Avatar pulled the same trick.
Decent episode, but... man, that multi-month hiatus just really killed all the show's momentum for me. Its just harder to get excited about or into than it was.
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