In its finale, Tokyo 24th Ward brings us an emotional experience that may compensate for the partly lackluster journey we had.
A notable reveal regarding Asumi’s death is brought to Shuta, as he finds himself with a trolley dilemma that calls for him to reunite RGB.
As we approach the referendum over whether the Kanae system will continue, the boys struggle with the part they can play in its survival or destruction.
In perhaps one of the best episodes of the season, we get the background of the majority of the adults we’ve met thus far.
A new Trolley dilemma leads to the reveal of who is Carneades, as well as why 0th has returned to the 24th ward.
In a Shuta focused episode, we watch as he searches for purpose and Carneades, as Koki and Ran ignore his calls.
As Koki wrestles with what he did, so comes the question of how absolute his sense of justice will remain as his father introduces him to the next Hazard Cast system.
With different priorities once more, can RGB get it together to prevent another death, or will someone die due to their lack of cohesiveness?
As RGB mourns their mentor, they all find themselves in the Shantytown, where a new drug is starting to emerge as a serious problem.
After taking an episode off, the boys are once again called upon to handle a life or death situation. But will RGB work together to save everyone once again?