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Anya Forger In Episode 5
Franky (Loid’s right-hand guy) promises that Loid will do anything Anya wants to celebrate Anya’s acceptance. The two rascals repeatedly guilt Loid into doing goofier and goofier things, which brought a lot of laughs and set up a neat dynamic. To “rescue” Anya from a famous castle theme park, Loid has to emulate Anya’s favorite fictional spy, Bondman.
This episode really takes off once that’s established. Under the pretext of a legitimate assignment, Loid summons all available spies, and the scene of all these professional spies assembling for what is effectively a playdate made me laugh. The other spies’ unwavering admiration for Loid solidifies him as a legend, while also being humorous given how insignificant this “emergency assignment” is.
As part of the event, Loid must “fight” other spies, which results in some slick action moments with amazing animation. Even with the obviously reduced stakes, there were some pretty amazing action moments focused on Loid throughout the episode, from stealing the others’ foam-ball guns to ziplining between explosives.
Anya’s eagerness adds an element of charm to the episode, as she exclaims “Save me, Loidman!” several times. ” with a huge grin Even if he’s humiliated, Loid seems to relish the circumstance for her sake, demonstrating his loving side towards his spy family. Yor demonstrating her abilities as a result of drinking too much wine resulted in a great little brawl, and I hope she gets to show off her terrifying capabilities more as the series progresses.