Undead Murder Farce Episode 10 – Quick Summary
In Undead Murder Farce episode 10, “Misty Hollow,” Aya closed in on the kidnapper/murderer – at least, she thought that’s what she was doing. But then two visitors disrupted her plans: Alice Rapidshot and Kyle Chaintail, security operatives from that insurance company. Those two knew nothing of subtlety, and they certainly had no love for Aya, Tsugaru, or Shizuku. Nor, apparently, for Doctor Heinemann’s furniture! Can Aya find a way to convince them to work with her, instead of against her?
Note: This post may include spoilers, so be cautious.
Favorite Quote from Undead Murder Farce Episode 10
I don’t think Shizuku was fooling anyone – especially Aya! Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.
Okay, I’m going to ignore the closing shot of this episode for a few moments so I can get through my favorite quote. Because, damn…
So, apparently, Tsugaru needs to replenish his supply of immortal saliva from Aya. I think we already knew that, but it bears mention where because it seems like Tsugaru quite gets into it.
He was doing this right in front of Shizuku. See where this is going?
The instant that he finished, Shizuku grabbed Aya’s head and got it away from Tsugaru, knocking Tsugaru aside in the process – a not accidental result, I’m sure!
Aggrieved, he said (17:45), “You don’t have to get so jealous every single time! This is a medical procedure, after all.”
Sure. A “medical procedure.” Shizuku saw through that and raised a the pot with a lie of her own.
“I am not jealous,” she said (17:49).
I don’t think she was fooling anyone.
Favorite Moment from Undead Murder Farce Episode 10
Tsugaru reacted with genuine concern. Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.
Tsugaru had the werewolf well in hand – literally, I might add – until the tactically challenged Rapidshot showed up and interrupted him. I blame her for what came next. Depending on how next week pans out, I might blame her a lot.
What’d you think of that closing scene? Shizuku had rushed the werewolf – unwisely, in my humble opinion – and let it get past her. The werewolf hurled Aya’s head, cage and all, at the waterfalls. Shizuku was fast enough to snag the cage’s hook with her bayonet. Then she hurled the cage to Tsugaru. As she disappeared over the falls.
Shizuku misjudged her timing – just by a little. Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.
I wondered just how strong she was, after seeing her go up against Carmilla. I guess we’re going to get another hint – in the next freaking episode!
This is another episode of a lot of engrossing moments. But I’m picking the next one as my favorite, because it still reverberates in my mind. Tsugaru, of course, caught the cage. Dashing to the edge, he looked down and screamed in a raw voice (21:14), “Shizuku-san!” That’s not what the sub said; it’s what he shouted.
She doesn’t seem to like him very much. He knows it. But the concern in his voice got to me. Her danger did, too, and I hope it’s just a cliffhanger that wraps up quickly next week because I’m quite fond of her. But seeing his reaction was my favorite moment in the episode.
What did you think of the way the investigation is going? What were your favorite moments? Feel free to let me know in the comments!
Undead Murder Farce Episode 10: Other Posts
Other Anime Sites
- Reddit: Undead Girl Murder Farce • Undead Murder Farce – Episode 10 discussion
- RABUJOI: Undead Murder Farce – 10 – Golden Girls
This Site (Crow’s World of Anime!)
- Undead Murder Farce Episode 01: Oni Slayer
- Undead Murder Farce Episode 02: Vampire
- Undead Murder Farce Episode 03: The Immortal and the Oni
- Undead Murder Farce Episode 04: The Headliner Appears
- Undead Murder Farce Episode 05: The Immortal of London
- Undead Murder Farce Episode 06: The Phantom Thief and the Detective
- Undead Murder Farce Episode 07: Free for All
- Undead Murder Farce Episode 08: The Banquet
- Undead Murder Farce Episode 09: Werewolves
- Undead Murder Farce Episode 10: Misty Hollow
- Undead Murder Farce Episode 11: Where The Wolves Dwell
- Undead Murder Farce Episode 12: Where The River’s Flow Changes