Neo Yokio: Pink Christmas – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

Neo Yokio has made a return for Christmas and, well it is a little less weird than what we’re used to – but not by much.

Neo Yokio: Pink Christmas Ending (Spoilers)

Neo Yokio Pink Christmas - City Background Title Card

Things end with Herbert revealing he is possessed by a powerful demon and telling Kaz that if he, a fellow demon, kills him, he will return Neo Yokio to what it once was. That is, a sea of pink liquid that was dissipated thanks to colonization and war. Well, that and Kaz’s ancestors betraying their fellow demons for wealth and power.

With that proposal in mind, Kaz refuses to kill Herbert. However, behind him comes Aunt Agatha, mad she is missing Arcangelo’s Christmas Spectacular, who does the deed for him. Thus flooding Neo Yokio with pink waves of liquid and drowning the entire city.

This ending Kaz doesn’t find pleasing and critiques Charles on his decision. But, no sooner does the critique come out, Charles’ operator realizes the time and has to run to mass. Ending a very odd episode.

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