L introduces the team to two new members: Aiber, a con man, and Wedy, a thief and lockbreaker. They will help to infiltrate Yotsuba. Meanwhile, Aizawa meets his family in the park, and breaks down in tears.This episode provides examples of: A Day in the Limelight: Aizawa is quite prominent in this episode, and his personality and motivations are expanded upon. Enemy Eats Your Lunch: L takes Misa's cake. Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: Light, to L. Insult Backfire:Misa: You pervert! Stop that creepy hobby!L: You can call me whatever you like. Screw This, I'm Outta Here: Aizawa has left by the end of the episode. Secret Test of Character: The investigation team has to quit their jobs to continue the case. L already has their finances covered, but kept that fact a secret as a test. What the Hell, Hero?: L's test of commitment by making it seem as though the Task Force members will have to choose between their livelihoods and the Kira investigation is pretty cold-blooded. Even Watari is displeased by this. You, Get Me Coffee: L's response to Matsuda asking how he can be of more use to the investigation.
Light later goes through Kira killings when he notices some that are all CEOs of big companies, resulting in a downturn in their company's stock with the sole exception of Yotsuba. Light concludes that Kira is supporting Yotsuba. Building on this, L suggests that Kira killing criminals is a diversion to raise Yotsuba's stakes. Meanwhile, at Yotsuba itself, the eight people from the previous episode discuss their three most recent killings. One of them, Hatori, questions why they all died of heart attacks, and it is explained that it was done because one was on vacation, lessening the otherwise inevitable suspicion.
Matsuda and Aizawa inform Soichiro and Mogi of Light's discovery, but Soichiro seems rather despondent on it. He then reveals that many politicians have been bribed by Kira: if anyone from the police tries to stop Kira, they will die. This leaves them with a dilemma: they can either quit their jobs and pursue the Kira case entirely before retiring (Soichiro and Mogi's choice), keep both and risk getting fired, or go back to the NPA permanently. L suggests that they go back to the NPA, since he can solve the case on his own with Light, and they won't have enough info that they otherwise would if they were police officers. He ultimately leaves the choice to them. While Soichiro and Mogi remain adamant, Matsuda decides to join them. However, Aizawa is let struggling; he needs the money but doesn't want to ruin Ukita's memory. At that moment, Watari phones in and notes that L had made it such that if Task Force members were to lose their jobs, their financial status will be accompanied by L. Although Matsuda thinks this will convince Aizawa to stay, instead it makes him furious, as he realizes L was just testing their loyalty and still doesn't trust them. Declaring he hates L, he storms out, quitting the Task Force.
As Yotsuba's deaths pile up, Soichiro notices that all of their recent deaths are centered during the weekends, specifically around Friday night and Saturday afternoon, so the group decides to center their focus there. Mogi then gathers documents on all 300,000 of Yotsuba's employees. Seeing how he has nothing to contribute, Matsuda stands up and asks L if can do anything beyond be Misa's manager; L ends up asking him for coffee, much to Matsuda's dismay. L also asks for coffee for two "guests," whom L announces are two new members to the investigation team. They happen to be a con man named Aiber and a thief-by-trade named Wedy, whom L plans to have go undercover (the former as a spy, the latter to break into facilities) when the need arises. The others question stooping so low, but L deems it is necessary, and since Aiber and Wedy are incredibly low on the radar, they can't be killed by Kira.
Death Note Original Soundtrack III, released on June 27, 2007 (Japan), is the third soundtrack album for the anime series Death Note. The music was created by composer and musician Hideki Taniuchi and composer Yoshihisa Hirano. The tracks 1-21 were composed and arranged by Hideki Taniuchi, while the tracks 22-28 were composed and arranged by Yoshihisa Hirano. The album features one track sung by Aya Hirano, performing as her character Misa Amane from the series. Also appearing on this soundtrack is the ending theme Coda～Death Note, which can be heard at the end of the final episode of the anime as the credits are shown. The first press' slipcover featured glow-in-the-dark artwork.
Death Note Tribute is a tribute album dedicated to the live action movie for the Death Note. Published by BMG Japan on June 21, 2006 (Japan), it contains 15 tracks performed by various artists, such as Shikao Suga (feat. Amazons), M-Flo, Buck-Tick and Aya Matsuura. The soundtrack came with a cosplay Death Note notebook.
Death Note is a Japanese anime television series based on the manga series of the same name written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. It was directed by Tetsurō Araki at Madhouse and originally aired in Japan on Nippon TV every Tuesday shortly past midnight, effectively from October 4, 2006, to June 27, 2007. The plot of the series primarily revolves around high school student Light Yagami, who decides to rid the world of evil with the help of a supernatural notebook called a Death Note. This book causes the death of anyone whose name is written in it and is passed on to Light by the Shinigami Ryuk after he becomes bored within the Shinigami world.
In 2007, Viz Media licensed the series for a bilingual release in North America. Episodes of the series were officially available for download soon after they aired in Japan; according to Viz, this was "significant because it marked the first time a well known Japanese anime property [was] made legally available to domestic audiences for download to own while the title still [aired] on Japanese television." Viz Media began releasing these episodes via Direct2Drive on May 10, 2007. In addition to this downloadable release of a subtitled version of the series, Viz also acquired the rights for the home video release of both the subtitled and dubbed version of the series.
On October 21, 2007, Death Note premiered on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. Death Note episodes were also added to Adult Swim's streaming video service, Adult Swim Video, on Fridays before airing on television. On November 9, 2008, Death Note began airing weekly, at 3:30 a.m. EST, starting with episode 1, "Rebirth", on Adult Swim. In Canada, the series premiered on YTV's Bionix programming block on October 26, 2007. In October 2007, Hong Kong began airing the Cantonese version of Death Note at 12:00 a.m. Saturday nights on TVB. On April 14, 2008, Death Note premiered in Australia, where it aired on ABC2 on Mondays at 9:30 p.m.
And so, we close the episode with something anyone with a couple of brains cells could see coming a mile off. Jack quickly turns the tables on his guards, grabs a pistol and, as you do, steals the helicopter, before heading off into the distance. Chloe, now head of CTU, is forced to order the air force to bring him down. Ohhh, Chloe, of all the people!
Dom tells Liz that he made a promise to stay away from her a long time ago in order to keep her safe. But now that she's here, and the jig is up, he seems pretty willing to unload all the answers she's looking for about her mother. They get in the car together because Dom wants to show her something, and from there, the majority of the episode is spent in flashback after Katarina Rostova stumbles out of the ocean, very much not dead, as she was presumed all those years ago.
The episode ends with Red showing up on Dom's doorstep, a very popular place right now, demanding to know what he told Elizabeth. Dom tells Red that he should just thank him, and put all of this behind him for good. "Is that what you think you did?" Red spits. "Because I think you may have made things worse. So from the start: what did tell her word for word?"
The latest episode was a great example of the same. No longer does the show rely on random and unnecessary titillation of minors or shock value to attract or hold viewers. It now understands the depth of its concept and operates mostly on a conversational and psychological level, something that works really well for the series. The characters have come together and saw the light- that their problems were the type that would be much more conducive to conversations than killing.
The episode begins with Daryl and Carol heading off into the woods to find supplies that might help mend Alexandria's busted wall. At some point during the journey, Dog starts barking wildly and heads off in a specific direction. Our heroes follow their pet to an empty cabin, and Carol suggests the pair stay there for the night. When Dog starts digging at the floorboards, Carol realizes he's leading them to the provisions they need. The supplies also come with a note attached, and Carol asks Daryl if "this is where she lived."
It turns out the she in this case is a young woman named Leah, played by actress Lynn Collins, who previously took on a role in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Despite the three years that had passed since Rick's presumed death, Daryl continues to search for him. Leah first encounters Daryl by putting a gun to his head and eventually lets him go.
Daryl and Leah wind up spending 10 months together in a sexual relationship, but the situation grows sour as Leah tires of Daryl's constant search for Rick. She says he must give up the ghost if they intend to stay together, and Daryl refuses to do so. He eventually changes his mind, but by that time, Leah has already left. Dog, however, stays behind. Daryl leaves a note telling Leah to come find him, and this is the note Carol discovers. 781b155fdc